Lloyd Cole - Live At The Union Chapel FLAC album
Lloyd Cole and his son William Cole performing "Forest Fire" live at London's Union Chapel on Tuesday 4th October 2016.
Lloyd Cole, "Rattlesnakes", live at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass - Продолжительность .
Live at the Union Chapel is the second live album by Procol Harum, released in 2004. It was the last Procol Harum album to feature Matthew Fisher on organ and the last time Procol Harum recorded "A Whiter Shade of Pale" with 3 verses (previous albums and single releases only contained 2 verses). It was recorded live at the Union Chapel, Islington, London. All tracks composed by Gary Brooker and Keith Reid; except where indicated.
Tracklist: 1. Patience, 2. Perfect Blue, 3. Rattlesnakes, 4. Sometimes It Snows In April, 5. Loveless, 6. Lonely Mile, 7. I Didn’t Know That You Cared, 8. Love Ruins Everything, 9. Pretty Gone, 10. My Bag, 11. Butterfly, 12. Downtown, 13. So You’d Like To Save The World, 14. Jennifer She Said, 15. Don’t Look Back, 16. Mr. Malcontent, 17. Like Lovers Do, 18. Are You Ready To Be Heartbroken?, 19. Cut Me Down, 20. Charlotte Street, 21. Perfect Skin, 22. 2CV, 23. Undressed, 24. No Blue Skies, 25. No More Love Songs, 26. Hey Rusty, 27. Brand New Friend, 28. Lost Weekend, 29. Forest Fire.
It’s good to see Lloyd Cole on a stage. Like Green Gartside of Scritti Politti and Paddy McAloon of Prefab Sprout, he evokes that time in the Eighties when it seemed as if every band was fronted by a wry, literate songwriter, effortlessly combining killer melodies with references to black-and-white films and French philosophers. Buxton-born Cole is 52 now, no longer the brooding bedsit youth who found fame with the Commotions
Lloyd Cole Small Ensemble. This event has now finished. The devil might have all the best tunes, but the Union Chapel is proof that him downstairs knows nothing about architecture. Live at the Chapel, Sat May 11. Aled Jones, Sun May 12. All events on at Union Chapel.
It’s as though with his new release that he has combined everything in one release. All too often live albums fall into the category of, you needed to be there.
Lloyd Cole will be performing 2 events in London between Thursday 24th October 2019 and Friday 25th October 2019 at the Union Chapel. Scroll down to see all ticket options and prices.
Midwest native Lissie releases her concert album "Live At Union Chapel" following her farewell album to California, "My Wild West. The concert was recorded last year at London’s Union Chapel, where Lissie has played several times before. The performance is uniquely trapped in time, with Maurus trying out then-untested, unreleased material.
|A4||Sometimes It Snows In April|
|A7||I Didn't Know That You Cared|
|B1||Love Ruins Everything|
|B6||So You'd Like To Save The World|
|B7||Jennifer She Said|
|C1||Don't Look Back|
|C3||Like Lovers Do|
|C4||Are You Ready To Be Heartbroken?|
|D1||Cut Me Down|
|E2||No Blue Skies|
|E3||No More Love Songs|
|F1||Brand New Friend|
- Licensed To – Live Here Now Limited
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Lloyd Cole
- Copyright (c) – Lloyd Cole
- Artwork – Louise Hendy
- Engineer [Assistant] – Erron Wellington, Jason Marshall
- Guitar – William Cole*
- Guitar, Vocals – Lloyd Cole
- Lacquer Cut By – F.T.*
- Photography By – Trudi Knight
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Will Shapland*
NotesRecorded Monday 3rd October 2016 and Friday 4th November 2016 at the Union Chapel, Islington. Released as part of Pledge Music Campaign launched 3rd November 2016.
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