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After announcing his new album (to be released this summer), Dash Berlin reveals the first gem from it - 'Earth Meets Water'. It's no wonder that this song absolutely destroyed A State of Trance in Utrecht this year (and elsewhere).

Eleanor Rigby" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, released on their 1966 album Revolver and as a single with "Yellow Submarine". The song continued the transformation of the Beatles from a mainly rock and roll- and pop-oriented act to a more experimental, studio-based band.

In 1978, the independent record label Flight, released a single by Rigby and the following year Fusion Records (a subsidiary of Rediffusion) released the "Let The Music Play" single. Around this time Rigby also wrote the Rock Star musical, based on the Nativity story. He turned to writing for radio, television and the theatre, and has also directed and performed in children’s theatre throughout the country. He has become an established young people’s playwright, and his award-winning work with youth theatre companies has been seen in Britain, Europe, the US and Africa.

Robert Rigby began his career as a journalist, then spent several years in the music business as a songwriter and session musician. He turned to writing for radio, television, and the theatre, and has also directed and performed in children’s theatre throughout the country. He has become an established young people’s playwright, and his award-winning work with youth theatre companies has been seen Robert Rigby began his career as a journalist, then spent several years in the music business as a songwriter and session musician

Robert Rigby began his career as a journalist, then spent several years in the music business as a songwriter and session musician. He turned to writing for radio, television and the theatre and has also directed and performed in children's theatre throughout the country. He has become an established young people's playwright and his award-winning work with youth theatre companies has been seen in Britain, Europe, the USA and Africa.

Robert Wyatt and Alfreda Benge, 1973. Wyatt started writing the material for what would become his second album prior to the accident. The film director was shooting the excellent psychological thriller Don’t Look Now, based on a book by Daphne Du Maurier. A few months later, after the accident took place in June 1973, the concept of the album started to crystallize during the lengthy time he spent in the hospital. Within a few months he gained some mobility with a wheel chair and found an old upright piano, on which he kept working on the tunes, many of them love songs to Alfreda. I use the term love songs loosely, for they are as far from your average sugary 3-chord I-Love-You pop songs as you can get.

Eleanor Rigby is a song about loneliness and depression representing a departure from their early pop love songs. This is an early example of the Beatles taking risks and dabbling in other genres; in this particular example its baroque pop, as made evident by the string arrangements. During the Beatles' experimental phase, their producer George Martin experimented with studio techniques to satiate the Beatles' artistic desires. This is the only Beatles song where none of the Beatles play an instrument. They only sing as a string ensemble plays on. There was also some debate between John Lennon and Paul McCartney as to who wrote most of the song, but the song tends to follow more of Paul’s storytelling style. Eerily enough, the name Eleanor Rigby was found on a gravestone at the St. Peter’s Parish Church where John and Paul met as teenagers.

Tracklist

A Nativity Song
B Under The Star
Robert Rigby - Nativity Song FLAC album
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Title:
Nativity Song
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FLAC size:
1513 mb
MP3 size:
1480 mb
WMA size:
1514 mb
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Rating:
4.2
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