Off the Record is the fifth studio album by the English glam rock band Sweet. It was recorded at Audio International Studios in London between October 1976 and January 1977. The band produced with assistance from engineers Louis Austin and Nick Ryan. All songs written and composed by Brian Connolly, Steve Priest, Andy Scott and Mick Tucker. Side one. "Fever of Love" - 4:03. Midnight to Daylight" - 3:34.
Fire on the Mountain is the fifth studio album by Charlie Daniels, released in 1974, appearing on the record label Kama Sutra Records, then later in 1976 by Epic Records. Most of the tracks on the album are studio recordings, while the last two songs are live performances, recorded at the War Memorial Auditorium, Nashville, Tennessee on October 4, 1974. Early pressings contained a three song, seven inch, 45 RPM disc.
Off the Record is only the second album onetime Kraftwerk member Karl Bartos has made under his own name, and it's primarily based around music he recorded long ago, gathered from the vaults and given a 21st century gleam. When Kraftwerk effectively turned themselves into a museum piece, via sporadic full-album shows that began at MoMA in New York in 2012, it felt like Ralf Hütter might be eyeing up a way to call time on the legendary synthpop outfit. Where to go from here? There is one potential last hurrah that could get longstanding fans as excited as they were for the museum shows, albeit one that seems unlikely: a reformation of the "classic" Kraftwerk lineup, featuring Hütter, Florian Schneider, Wolfgang Flür, and Karl Bartos.
So he decided to base his ninth studio album, The Mountain, off of the place he fell in love with. I realized I couldn’t bring it back, so I had to take everyone out there, he said about his experience in the mountains. He went back again with his production team to record the album in November 2017. They had a secretive place called Studio in the Clouds where Bentley could hone in on the environment he was singing about. For me, it’s the best of both worlds, and it feels like something new, Bentley said. It’s powerful but also happy, with acoustic sensibility mixed in with the big sounds I like to have for the road. They are the songs I’d play for somebody to say, ‘This is who I am right no.
Off the Record Lyrics. Sorry 'bout the things that I had to say And I'll make it up to you right now at the penny arcade In an open car or wherever you are Push yourself too far and it might get hot. Well, I really don't need the confusion And, you know, I just ain't the type To get all wrapped up in the illusion Of doing something that I know ain't right, right, right Right, right
Comes with Bonus 45 RPM EP Record with Three Songs (KSBS-EP-10). Bonus Disc recorded live in "Nashville, Tennessee". No indication of where or when in Nashville on EP packaging.
The The Mountain album cover can be seen above. Bentley revealed it on April 12. The Producers. When Bentley went to Telluride to record The Mountain, he brought his production team, including Ross Copperman, Jon Randall and executive producer Arturo Buenahora J. along with him. Bentley recorded the album at a studio about 30 minutes outside of town. The complete track listing for The Mountain is below. The album features collaborations with Brothers Osborne and Brandi Carlile, as well as with bluegrass musicians Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas and Tim O'Brien. Dierks Bentley, The Mountain Track Listing: 1. Burning Man (feat.
The album will be released on September 30th via Weir’s new label home, Columbia/Legacy. Recorded in 2015 at a variety of locations and co-produced by Josh Kaufman, Blue Mountain features guitarists Aaron Dessner and Bryce Dessner, and bassist Scott Devendorf. Singer-songwriter Josh Ritter collaborated with Weir on select tracks. The tour kicks off October 7th at Marin County Civic Center in San Rafael, CA, and wraps at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on October 19th.