Bubbles - The More I See You FLAC album
The More I See You. Исполнитель.
The more I see you chanté par Valli, l'ex de Chagrin d'amour.
The More I See You" is a popular song composed by Harry Warren, with lyrics by Mack Gordon, and was originally sung by Dick Haymes in the 1945 film Diamond Horseshoe. In 1966, Chris Montez released the most commercially successful and well-known recording of the song, and his version has been used many times in films, notably at the beginning of the famous club scene in Roman Polanski's Frantic, starring Harrison Ford.
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The more I see you The more I want you Somehow this feeling Just grows and grows With every sigh I become more mad about you More lost without you And so it goes Can you imagine How much I'll love you The more I see you As years go by? I know the only one for me can only be you My arms won't free you; My heart won't try. More on Genius. The More I See You" Track Info. 7. The More I See You. 8. Save The Last Dance For Me. 9. Try A Little Tenderness.
I See You, the third album by the xx, sounds like an attempt to incorporate everyone’s talents into a new version of their sound, one true to their roots but richer and more varied. On their first two albums, the xx limited their arrangements so that the songs could be performed live. But here, Jamie xx’s samples form the backbone of several songs, allowing them to move into territory that would be impossible with a ed-percussion set up. An early single, On Hold, even cops a mangled hook from a Hall and Oates song.
The xx's latest album is 'I See Yo. For a band that often gets described as minimal, the xx pack a massive amount of drama and emotion into their subtle music. trio specialize in Zen restraint, blurring the line between indie guitar pop, R&B and dance music in stripped-down songs that are as sleek and eerie as they are weirdly inviting. He really kicks up his game on the xx’s third album, with a more expansive sound that’s thick with disco throb, eclectic pop grandeur and big- ballad hunger. The way the vocals are strung between hope and hurt feels especially intense, as if the singers are characters in a modern noir romance.
Given the half decade between that album and I See You, change wasn't just necessary, it was inevitable.
Instrumentally, I See You is just as relevant as any other Gong album with Daevid Allen. Flutes and saxophones are here in spades, and as always played as evocatively and emotionally as you'd expect. Yet there's a little extra to note here: The band's penchant for further experimentation. The album is outstandingly versatile from start to finish.
|A||The More I See You||4:57|
|B1||The More I See You (Edit)||3:44|
|B2||Wanna Get To Know You Well||4:20|
- Distributed By – Unidisc Records Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Unidisc Productions Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Unidisc Productions Ltd.
- Mixed By – Robert Matichak
- Producer – Richard Buck
Notes(P)(C)1987 Unidisc Productions Ltd.
bpm = 131
|MM-025||Bubbles||The More I See You (12")||Unidisc, Black Sun||MM-025||Canada||1987|
|MM-713||Bubbles||The More I See You (7", Single)||Unidisc||MM-713||Canada||1987|