Nirvana - The Story Of Simon Simopath FLAC album
The Story of Simon Simopath is the debut album by British psychedelic band Nirvana, released by Island Records in 1967. The lyrics trace the story from life to death of the titular hero via a series of short songs. The story deals with a boy named Simon Simopath who dreams of having wings. He is unpopular at school, and after reaching adulthood (in 1999) goes to work in an office in front of a computer.
UMG (от лица компании "Island Records"); AMRA, BMI - Broadcast Music In. Kobalt Music Publishing" и другие авторские общества (2). Композиция.
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Get the Tempo of the tracks from The Story Of Simon Simopath (1967) by Nirvana. This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 125/125 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Story of Simon Simopath. 1. Wings of Love (Stereo). 2. Lonely Boy (Stereo).
Band Name Nirvana (UK). Album Name The Story of Simon Simopath. Lonely Boy. 3. We Can Help You. 4. Satellite Jockey. 6. You're Just the One. 7. Pentecost Hotel.
Originally released in 1967. Full Booklet Replica of The Story Of Simon Simopath. Matrix, Runout: 740155146528. Other Versions (5 of 20) View All. Cat.
Lonely Boy. You Are Just the One. I Never Found a Love Like This.
Features Song Lyrics for Nirvana's The Story of Simon Simopath album. Nirvana - The Story of Simon Simopath Album Lyrics. Lonely Boy (Stereo) Lyrics.
An unashamedly twee early concept album, The Story of Simon Simopath (subtitled "A Science Fiction Pantomime," suitably expressing the deliberately childlike tone of the album) sounds, like most rock concept albums, like a collection of unconnected songs forced together by the story written in the liner notes. Ignoring the rather silly story (something about a boy who wishes he could fly), what's left is a regrettably brief but uniformly solid set of well-constructed psych-pop tunes with attractive melodies and rich, semi-orchestrated arrangements.
I liked this way more than any other Aberdeen's Nirvana album.