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Scott Hollman - Don't Wake the Kids flac album

Performer: Scott Hollman
Title: Don't Wake the Kids
Style: Jazz Instrument,Piano Jazz
Duration: 52:22
Location: Sparrow Sound Design, Chicago, IL
Relesed: May 26, 1998
Recording date: February, 1997 - June, 1997
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 410
Other formats: MP2 FLAC MIDI XM MP1 AU

Scott was the début solo album by Scott Walker, originally released in the United Kingdom on Philips Records in 1967. The album received both strong commercial success as well as critical praise, hitting No. 3 on the UK Albums Chart. This album, alongside Scott 2, features Phil Spector's "Wall of Sound" recording technique, Scott 3 and Scott 4 however do not.

Scott Wade, who fronted the band from day one and left after Wake The Dead, has opened a time capsule of sorts in honor of its anniversary. You can check out both songs streaming below. The present day CBK, which isn't fully pictured here, released their fifth studio album last year. By the looks of it, the next milestone will be a million views on their music video for the title track

Please don't wake me up, I feel it creepin' (Yeah) Controllin' how you moving, lucid dreamin' (Dreams) Always on the side of different seasons, yeah, yeah Took the belt-way down to your hood (It's lit!) Say you was in the crowd, I never looked Lookin' back how things came back around, guess I was hooked Burn the bread and then we burn the town, we both was cooked, yeah Nah, nah, please don't wake me up, feel like I'm dreamin' Any given Sunday, you can get it, Willie Beamen I can make your Mondays even better

Please don't wake me up, I feel it creeping (yeah) Controlling how you moving, lucid dreaming (dreams) Always on the side of different seasons, yeah, yeah Took the belt-way down to your hood Say you was in the crowd, I never looked Looking back how things came back around Guess I was hooked Burn the bread and. then we burn the town We both was cooked, yeah Nah, nah, please don't wake me up, feel like I'm dreamin' Any given Sunday, you can get it, Willie Beamon I can make your Mondays even better like the weekend That’s coco out my ice tea (coco, yeah, yeah).

What can I say, kids these days :) Music: Skyline by Scott Matthew.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Lord's Cause Scott Holman Scott Hollman feat: Scott Holman / Pawel Jarzebski / Rusty Jones 9:46
2 Intro Scott Hollman feat: Pawel Jarzebski 0:27
3 Noble One Scott Holman Scott Hollman feat: Scott Holman / Pawel Jarzebski / Rusty Jones 5:52
4 Intro Scott Hollman feat: Scott Holman 1:18
5 His Children Dance Scott Holman Scott Hollman feat: Scott Holman / Pawel Jarzebski / Rusty Jones 7:29
6 The Thought Scott Holman Scott Hollman feat: Scott Holman 3:55
7 Marching in His Band Scott Holman Scott Hollman feat: Scott Holman / Pawel Jarzebski / Rusty Jones 10:13
8 Waiting to See Scott Hollman 2:55
9 The Smile Scott Holman Scott Hollman feat: Scott Holman / Pawel Jarzebski / Rusty Jones 2:14
10 Intro Scott Hollman feat: Scott Holman 1:38
11 The Face of God Scott Holman Scott Hollman feat: Scott Holman / Pawel Jarzebski / Rusty Jones 9:10

Credits

Al Brandtner - Graphic Design
Patrick Halliwell - Mastering
Scott Hollman - Primary Artist
Scott Holman - Artistic Producer, Composer, Piano, Primary Artist
Pawel Jarzebski - Bass (Acoustic), Performer, Primary Artist
Rusty Jones - Drums, Performer, Primary Artist
Bill Klewitz - Photography
Joanie Pallatto - Engineer, Mixing, Project Producer
Bradley Parker-Sparrow - Project Producer
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