|Love Is Blue (L'Amour Est Bleu)||2:28|
|A Whiter Shade Of Pale||2:20|
|Live For Life||2:50|
|I Say A Little Prayer||2:22|
|Am I That Easy To Forget||2:59|
|The Look Of Love||2:26|
|By The Time I Get To Phoenix||2:40|
|I Wish It Would Rain||2:28|
|Too Much Of Nothing||2:42|
|SENC 9445, SENC-9445||The Sounds Of Our Times||Love Is Blue (LP)||Capitol Records, EMI (Australia) Limited||SENC 9445, SENC-9445||Australia||Unknown|
|ST 2892, ST-2892||The Sounds Of Our Times||Love Is Blue (LP)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||ST 2892, ST-2892||US||Unknown|
L'amour est bleu" (English title: "Love Is Blue") is a song whose music was composed by André Popp, and whose lyrics were written by Pierre Cour, in 1967.
Love Is No Crime is the third studio album of German band Bad Boys Blue. It was released on 12 October 1987 by Coconut Records. The album includes one international hit "Come Back And Stay". Two singles were released from the record: "Come Back And Stay" and "Gimme Gimme Your Lovin' (Little Lady)". Come Back and Stay" – 7:35. If You Call On Me" – 3:32. Victim Of Your Love" – 4:29. Love Is No Crime" – 3:35. Gimme Gimme Your Lovin' (Little Lady)" – 3:49. I Remember Mary" – 4:57.
Weezer (commonly known as the Red Album) is the sixth studio album and third self-titled album by American rock band Weezer, released on June 3, 2008 by DGC and Interscope Records. Rick Rubin and Jacknife Lee both produced parts of the album, with the band producing a handful of tracks themselves. Like their 1994 debut, other band members contributed to songwriting. This is the first and, so far, the only Weezer album to feature lead vocals from all four band members.
On Hole's breakthrough album, Courtney Love wants to be "the girl with the most cake," and she spends the whole album paying for it, in the melodic punk-rock anguish of "Miss World," "Softer, Softest" and "Doll Parts. Her husband Kurt Cobain's body was found just days before the album was released. But the band from East . was a surprise success, mixing traditional Mexican sounds with blues and rockabilly for rough roots rock.
Love Is Blue" - Paul Mauriat Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for five weeks (1968). Five years after he co-wrote Peggy March's No. 1 hit "I Will Follow Him," Mauriat was back on top of the Hot 100 with an instrumental cover of "L'Amor Est Bleu," Luxembourg's entry in the 1967 Eurovision Song Contest. Vicki Leandros performed the song, which placed fourth in the annual songfest. 15. "To Know Him Is to Love Him" - The Teddy Bears Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for three weeks (1958). Four years later, Charles only needed to hear the first two lines of the latter before deciding to record it for his album "Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music. 9. "Best of My Love" - The Emotions Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for five weeks (1977).
The lists predominantly feature American and British music from the 1960s and the 1970s, topped by The Beatles’ 1967 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, with a top 10 that featured four entries from The Beatles ( 3, 5 and 10), two from Bob Dylan ( and 9), and one each from The Beach Boys ( Marvin Gaye ( The Rolling Stones ( and The Clash (.
Though her 1971 album, Blue, is usually chosen for these kinds of lists, Mitchell surpassed its silvery, heartbroken folk five years later with a record that found her confidently questioning its culturally conditioned expectations of womanhood. Against an ambiguous, jazzy landscape, her deepening, difficult voice weighs romance and domesticity against the adventure of strange pillows and solitude. At times, she sounds other-worldly, sitting at her harp, singing to herself of sassafras and Sisyphus, but then a phrase will carry you off suddenly to the heart’s depths – Still, my dear, I’d have walked you to the edge of the water. Ys’s pleasures are not simple or immediate.
The Sounds are a Swedish indie rock band. Formed in Helsingborg in 1998 the group's musical style has been compared to new wave acts such as Blondie, The Cars, the Epoxies and Missing Persons. Their debut album, Living in America, was released in 2002, with the follow-up Dying to Say This to You on March 21, 2006. Their third album, Crossing the Rubicon, was released on June 2, 2009, and their fourth, Something to Die For, was released on March 29, 2011 Dying to Say This to Yo. They also said that the album "is a great reflection of our last 10 years of touring, playing live and making music together!". They will release new music in the spring, and start touring summer of 2013. On April 24, they announced via Twitter that they have completed recording the new album.
Blue Note is unquestionably the most iconic jazz label there has ever been. In saying that, it may well be the most iconic record label of all time. When Alfred Lion started the label in 1939, recording boogie woogie pianists Meade Lux Lewis and Albert Ammons, his intention was to bring to the public the kind of music that he felt was important. It is a mission that he never wavered from, nor have the Blue Note albums that have followed in his illustrious footsteps