String Theory by Fly My Pretties. Hooky by This Frontier Needs Heroes. Bandcamp Album of the Day Aug 8, The Dark Night in D. Mace is a pretty good mc and will yearn to expand upon the promise he purveys. SSC may be trying to be the UK version of the Wu-Tang Clan but lack the panache or charisma to appeal to anyone but the fifteen to seventeenyear-old fraternity and their hooded bomber jackets. Aspirations of grandeur and minor glimpses of talent aside, SSC have delivered a samey and predictable debut.
Now shut the fuck up. Chris Evans. FREE LOVE begins well: an intriguing baroque harpsichord, which swiftly gives way to — oh, wait, limp and passionless MOR of the type which, whilst purporting to be rootsily and acoustically natural, manages to sound more studio-engineered than the Avalanches.
And what, over this veritable musical Ikea, is AngloNigerian singer-songwriter Peppercorn singing of? Final track Bowing To Convention, reached after what seems like several months of banality, is a partial redemption, but only due to the unintentional hilarity of its hideous rock-wank guitar mess. Overall, though, Say No More finds a light-footed hip-swiveler with a heavy heart and a tear in his eye. Track after track, the smooth-singing Texan piles it on -- there's an ordinary song about an "unordinary" girl and a slick song about being rough around the edges.
That these trite romantic blandishments or the out-of-nowhere cover of La Bamba remain at all listenable speaks volumes for the appealing earnestness of Walker's voice".
BPI Entertainment News Wire gave the album a positive review, writing, " Say No More is a sonically adventurous album on which Walker offers more pop tendencies than usual, without sacrificing his country pedigree. Consider this a "don't miss" disc for Walker fans. Al Levine of The Atlanta Constitution gave the album a B rating and wrote, "On this surprising package, Walker not only displays strong pipes, but the song selection is a revelation. He pulls off a strong performance in the hymn "You Deliver Me.
Walker is huge in Texas, and he plays to his crowd with "Texas Swing" you can almost hear George Strait and "La Bamba," which will never replace the original but is appealing anyway.
There isn't a bad song on here. There are traditional songs, powerful ballads, and a little western swing. Something for everyone.
Scott praised Walker's cover of "La Bamba" by writing "The country crooner gives an impressive delivery in Spanish and tossed in a couple of nice instrumental solos.
Everything else is way too wimpy and popped-out. A big, big disappointment. That's not to say they sound dated, just that they capture a spirit that dissipated in subsequent years.
Kirsty Maccoll 's single "Caroline" is in-spirit response song to "Jolene", in which the Jolene character grieves the loss of her best friend the titular Caroline after having an affair with Caroline's husband. In , Estonian indie rock band Ewert and the Two Dragons released an answer song , also titled "Jolene", in response to the original recording. In this version, Parton's "man" directly addresses Jolene, telling her that nothing will ever happen between them and that his current lover would fight to get him back.
In , Canadian indie rock band Hey Ocean! The song borrows from Parton's by singing part of the chorus and then dismissing it by saying "But it ain't nothing but her favorite country song.
In , country singer Jennifer Nettles recorded " That Girl ", which she stated in interviews should be subtitled "The Ballad of Jolene". The song is written from the perspective of the Jolene character, who Nettle feels is unfairly maligned in the original song. In this version, the other woman is shown to have no interest in taking another woman's man, and her song is in fact framed as a warning to Parton's character that "her man" has a roving eye.
This version of Jolene is equally heartbroken to learn that the man who loves her belongs to another woman and expresses her pain at being painted as a heartless temptress by the original song. In , American singer-songwriter Cam released her single " Diane " in response to Parton's song. The song is sung from Jolene's point of view, where she sings to 'Diane', Parton's character, and states that she did not know that 'her man' was her man.
The other woman is coming forward to break the news to the wife about an affair, respecting her enough to have that hard conversation, once she realized he was married. Because everyone should be able to decide their own path in life, based on the truth. Women especially should do this for each other, since our self-worth can still be so wrapped up in our partners. And in true country fashion, I've set the whole raw story to upbeat music, so you can dance while you process it all.
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