Regina Spektor - What We Saw From The Cheap Seats FLAC album
How is the sixth song from Regina Spektor's new album, "What We Saw from the Cheap Seats" - May 29, 2012.
What We Saw from the Cheap Seats is the sixth studio album by American alternative singer-songwriter Regina Spektor. It was released on May 29, 2012. The album is a collection of new material along with the very first studio recordings of several of Spektor's older live songs.
Regina Spektor’s sixth studio album, What We Saw from the Cheap Seats once again showcases Spektor’s ability to tell stories and paint pictures through music. In one song, she imagines paintings coming to life and the subjects trying to escape, while another heart-rending ballad brings to life the ache of trying to move on from a previous lover.
Summary: The sixth studio album for singer-songwriter Regina Spektor was produced with Mike Elizondo and includes songs she had until now, only sung live. Genre(s): Folk, Pop/Rock, Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Contemporary Singer/Songwriter, Alternative Singer/Songwriter, Anti-Folk. Even tighter and more flamboyant than 2009's Far, may be her best. 60. There is much here to be thankful for, but there is nothing as immediately thrilling as some of her past pop gems.
Regina Spektor Lyrics. sort by album sort by song. album: "11:11" (2001). Love Affair Rejazz Back Of A Truck Buildings Mary Ann Flyin' Wasteside Pavlov's Daughter . 9 Cent Blues Braille I Want To Sing Sunshine. album: "Songs" (2002). Samson Oedipus Prisoners Reading Time With Pickle Consequence Of Sounds Daniel Cowman Bon Idée Aching To Pupate Lounge Lacrimosa Lulliby Ne Me Quitte Pas. album: "Soviet Kitsch" (2004). album: "What We Saw From The Cheap Seats" (2012). Small Town Moon Oh Marcello Don't Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas) Firewood Patron Saint How All The Rowboats Ballad Of A Politician Open The Party Jessica Call Them Brothers The Prayer Of François Villon (Molitva) Old Jacket (Stariy Pedjak).
Regina Spektor is undoubtedly talented, and this album is no exception. From the baroque-feel of " Oh, Marcello " to the slowed down feelings of " How " and " Firewood ", Regina has managed to stay true to that unique sound that her fans have always loved. Her remake of " Ne Me Quitte Pas " gives it a bit more of an upbeat, happy feeling, without overshadowing or falling short of the original. Regina 's lyrics have always been of the interesting sort. Some make sense, and others are completely indecipherable. In " What We Saw From The Cheap Seats ", we are treated to that same blend of beautiful, creative, and (at times) enigmatic lyricism. This isn't to say that the lyrics are poor - It's quite the opposite. Regina 's word choice reflects her personality of fun, quirky, and creative.
This is the first single by Regina Spektor, taken from her sixth studio album, What We Saw from the Cheap Seats. The song finds Spektor singing about someone who wants to liberate works of art from the museum where they are kept. It was released for streaming on February 27, 2012, and for digital download the following day. This song, along with the rest of What We Saw from the Cheap Seats, was recorded by Spektor with Mike Elizondo in Los Angeles during the summer of 2011
Regina Spektor What We Saw From The Cheap Seats. Regina Spektor’s always been a unique singer-songwriter: quirkier than most, but never too weird for her own good. Her sixth album, What We Saw From the Cheap Seats, explores various aspects of her personality, and its highlights sit among her finest. All The Rowboats marches urgently on a sinister backbeat. How, a lovelorn tale of trying to move on after a breakup, reaches a new level for someone who’s done fine slow burners before. Cheap Seats begins with Small Town Moon, a song she’s performed live, but has never recorded. How can I leave without hurtin’ everyone that made me, she pines, as if wondering whether outgrowing her trademark eccentricities could alienate her fans. If she continues to aim straight for the heart more often than the funny bone, she’ll have nothing to worry about, she’ll be great.
Band Name Regina Spektor. Album Name What We Saw from the Cheap Seats. Erscheinungsdatum 29 Mai 2012. Musik GenreFolk Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 3. Don't Leave Me. 4. Fire Wood.
|Small Town Moon||2:58|
|Don't Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas)||3:37|
|All The Rowboats||3:33|
|Ballad Of A Politician||2:13|
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