Keep on running out of Who grew up way too fast. Yeah the good die young. But the great will always last. We're growing older. But we're all soldiers tonight. Killin' off our enemies 'til it ain't no more.
Laws we break yo' shit And I will show you victory is mine before we leave this battleground. Cause he don't wanna We are the soldiers of fortune.
We are believers. We are the dreamers. Oooh ooh ooh. Showin' seven, hidin ' This is your tune that I'm stealing You wrote it when I was asleep And now you seem so far And he that will not pledge me this, Pardonnez-moi je vous en prie, Pays for the shot, whatever it is, With never a penny of money. Charge it again, boys, charge it again, Pardonnez-moi je vous en prie, As long as you have any ink in your pen, With never a penny of money. Repeat first and last verse.
Chris Squire interview part 4 - Syn Progressions Chris Squire interview part 5 - New Beginnings Mod psychedelic rock from Syn -- the early group featuring Chris Squire that a part of the genesis of Yes -- with a sound that takes a distinctively Brit spin on the spiraling pop psychedelia of the time! The tunes are catchy as can be with good guitar and bass grooves, heavier drums, droning and driving organ, and hooky vocals that often show a sinister sense of humor as well as the mind expanding ethos of the era!
Biography by Richie Unterberger For a band that only made two singles, Syn are quite well-remembered by British rock collectors, principally because two of their members — guitarist Peter Banks and bassist Chris Squire — eventually surfaced in the first lineup of Yes in Their two singles, both issued in in the U.
These charted their transition from mod to psychedelic guitar rock, rather in the manner of a much more famous British psychedelic cult band from the same era, Tomorrow with Steve Howe on guitar. Their first single, "Created By Clive," was a foppish Carnaby Street takeoff that the band disliked; the fine B-side, the hard mod pop tune "Grounded," featured high soul harmonies and interplay between organ and sparkling guitar, and was much more indicative of the band's sensibilities.
Their promise really bloomed on their next and last 45, "14 Hour Technicolour Dream," one of the best obscure British psychedelic singles indeed one of the best British psychedelic singles by any band.
Inspired by the psychedelic London festival of the same name, it was an exhilarating distillation of the best attributes of British pop-psychedelia — a hook-happy ebullient melody, precise harmonies, unexpected structural twists and turns, Who-like drumming, and tasteful guitar distortion — into a compact package. It wasn't a hit, though in fact it was only used as the B-side of "Flowerman" , and the band broke up in early Banks and Squire played in another psychedelic band, Mabel Greer's Toyshop, for a few months before becoming founder-members of Yes.
The four songs from the Syn singles have cropped up on numerous compilations of British psych-pop rarities; all four, and a demo of "Flowerman," also appear on Peter Banks' Can I Play You Something? You will find the original first part inside Bread - First 6 Albums.
More cooking and eating music They are a primary example of what later was labeled as "soft rock". David Gates — guitar, keyboards, bass and vocals and Jimmy Griffin — guitar and vocals formed the group in , adding Robb Royer guitar, bass and vocals of Pleasure Faire before signing to Elektra Records.
Their first single, "Dismal Day", was released in June but did not chart. Their debut album Bread was released in September It peaked at on Billboard's album chart. The band became a quartet beginning with their second album, On The Waters, bringing in Mike Botts — as permanent drummer. This time their efforts quickly established Bread as a major act, hitting the mainstream with the 1 hit "Make It With You" in For their next single, they released a re-recorded version of "It Don't Matter to Me", a song from their first album.
This single was a hit as well, reaching Bread began touring and recording the album titled Manna, which included possibly their most enduring hit, "If". Royer left the group after three albums to pursue other interests. He was replaced by Larry Knechtel — keyboards, bass, guitar, harmonica , a top session player from the Los Angeles scene.
They enjoyed continued success on the singles chart as well; by the end of the year they had scored their 11th Top 40 hit. However, tensions existed between Gates and Griffin: Elektra Records had been invariably choosing Gates' songs for the A-sides of the singles, while Griffin felt that the singles should have been split between the two of them.
By the band members, Gates especially, sensed that they had taken Bread as far as they could. Fatigue from constant recording and touring had set in and personal relationships began to show strain. There was also some dissatisfaction with the songs planned for a sixth album. In view of this, Bread decided to disband instead of continuing on. Gates and Griffin then began solo careers, with mixed results.
The title track was the band's last top-ten hit, peaking at 9 on the singles chart. Bread toured throughout By renewed tensions between Gates and Griffin led the latter to leave the band. This led to a legal dispute with Griffin over use of the band's name, of which Griffin was co-owner. The resulting litigation was not settled until Make It with You 3. Blue Satin Pillow 4.
Look What You've Done 5. Been Too Long on the Road 7. I Want You with Me 8. Coming Apart 9. The 10 original LPs of recorded material have been re-mastered and reconfigured to create 7 CDs.
Humor, romance and emotion are all showcased in these three minute operas. Deller shows himself more than just an expert in scholarly performance technique; he shows timing and individual interpretive skill that brands him a supreme vocalist, not merely a counter-tenor. Beyond his focus as a counter-tenor, Alfred Deller was a remarkable pioneer in the early music field as the leader of The Deller Consort.
Though the Consort is featured far more significantly in later sets than they are in the Folk Songs and Ballads collection, this set spotlights the unique skills and range of the group. The bawdy and often downright salacious Tavern Songs that lead off this collection show off the male voices; the lush, stunningly lovely Folk Songs Album arranged by Ralph Vaughan Williams offers angelic performances by the females.
Although all of the Vanguard Deller material was released on CD at one time or another exclusively for the European market, these titles were only intermittently available and have also been out of print since R E V I E W S: "Deller, the first modern virtuoso countertenor, is most often cited for his unmatched expressiveness, his ability to hold an audience rapt with his long-breathed phrases and uncanny, subtle shadings of tone and dynamics.
The Foggy, Foggy Dew, folk song. Frog Went a-Courtin', folk song. The Turtle Dove. Pretty Polly Oliver, folk song. The Carrion Crow, folk song. Henry Martin, folk song. Wayfaring Stranger, religious ballad. Cold blows the wind, folk song. Over the Sea to Skye a. When the sun goes in, folk song. I'll tell thee Dick, folk song a. When the cock begins to crow, song for 2 sopranos and bass, ZD Henry Purcell. Had she not care enough, song Jeremy Saville. Young Anthony, song William Turner.
Bess Black, song William Lawes. I am athirst, folk song English Traditional. Wine does wonder, song John Eccles. Hoyda, jolly rutterkin, song William Cornysh. Fair and ugly, false and true, song John Travers.
We be soldiers three, madrigal Thomas Ravenscroft. Sing Fair Clorinda Henry Lawes. In the merry month of May, song Benjamin Rogers. True Englishmen, song Benjamin Rogers. L' ape e la serpe, glee club song after Marcello Reginald Spofforth. Call George again, boys John Hilton. As t' other day, song Luffman Atterbury. Bartholomew Fair, song John Blow. He that will an alehouse keep Anonymous, English. The self-banish'd A Minuet John Blow. Inigo Jones Anonymous, English. Galloping Joan, song John Blow.
Sumer is icumen in Anonymous, English. John Cooper, song William Boyce. The captive lovers, song Henry Lawes. Sweet and Low Joseph Barnby. New Oysters, round for 4 voices Thomas Ravenscroft. The cries of London, song Richard Dering. Bellman's Song Thomas Ravenscroft. The Painter's Song, for consort Thomas Ravenscroft. The Country Cries, for chorus Richard Dering. A quart a penny, folk song English Traditional.
I can mend your tubs and pails, folk song English Traditional. Brooms for Old Shoes, song Thomas Ravenscroft. The Cries of London, for 5 voices Thomas Weelkes. One a penny, two a penny, song Luffman Atterbury.
Finally the land was partitioned, the South annexed by France, the north becoming modern-day Holland and the central part, eventually, Belgium. A degree of stability was achieved but the habit of fighting wars here continued. Mercenaries returning from the troubled Low Countries, penniless, thirsty and dangerous, were to be given a wide berth. He commented in his liner notes:.Dec 14, · Best Rock Songs Vietnam War The Minstrel's Corner ~ "We Be Soldiers Three" ~ Owain We be soldiers three - Duration: Deller Consort - Topic views. The Dead South - In Hell I.