They can come to see us When we need to move the piano, Otherwise they can stay at home And read about the White Sox. We don't care about them, We can do without them, They'll look cute in a bathing suit On a billboard in Manhattan.
They can come to see us When they have tickets for the symphony, Otherwise they can stay at home And play a game of pinochle. We don't care about them, We can do without them, They'll look cute in a bathing suit On a billboard in Wisconsin. The can come to see us When they're feeling pleasant and agreeable, Otherwise they can stay at home And holler at the T. In Australia there are pressures on live music from State government legislation around licensing of venues and the gentrification of urban areas previously home to the noise-makers.
That was far from the end of the troubles for live music, however. Liquor licensing laws introduced by State governments in an attempt, in part, to control violence caused by drunks in the city areas, led to venues being required to have security guards, regardless of the actual risks of a given venue. The Railway Hotel, a family run business renowned for its live blues music was the first victim, unable to sustain live music due to the cost. Music Festivals likewise came under pressure and the Byron Bay Bluesfest looked like a no-go under the new legislation, but did go ahead in Mountain Sounds did not and there will be others who choose not to run festivals, particularly after the Berejiklian government was returned in NSW.
So what does this all mean for Australian musicians and how can music consumers ensure that their dollars go direct or as close to direct as possible to our favourite artists? Glenn Patrick has been on both sides of the fence, as a member of Collegians and Shotgun Mistress and as a promoter with his own business, Australian Radio Promotion.
Radio royalties also deserve a mention according to Glenn. Artists who are getting some airplay on a commercial network can be making a tidy few grand a quarter to put food on the table and buy studio time. All this plays very well into Australian culture, where more people attend live music than sporting events every year and radio remains an extremely powerful platform. I live in the far north of South Australia in Port Pirie with my three beautiful children and our twelve guinea pigs.
But the lyrics never distract from the music. They've been playing together for 25 years. Listen to this and you'll see why they've lasted so long. One person found this helpful. After comparing this to the original CD I am not convinced that it is remastered. The liner notes mention that it is remastered by a person who did not work on the original but if it is remastered it is a half-assed effort, as I mentioned earlier, I cannot discern any noticeable difference in the two.
Another waste of my money, as was the recent reissue of Modern English's "Ricochet Days". The lead off track is the title track 76 hot , and 38 mainstream rock. This is a great guitar rocker, the message is clear people. Kris Dollimore's guitar is tops. More rockin' here. They keep rockin' guitar frenzy at the end. It's So Hard"- "I drink to keep from crying". Very 60ish sounding, great little rhymic rocker, good violin by Bobby Valentino, one of Peter Coyne's best vocals.
Another great guitar workout, very dark tune here, a drug related tune, high on speed? Some fine drumming by George Mazur. Some great bass here by Chris Coyne, this is a great little tune. Little rockin' number, has that 50's feel. A very poppy number by these guys, probably the most relaxed vocals by Peter Coyne. Has kind of Move feel at the start, and then they kick it in.
A very uplifting pop-rocker, the girl must of had a bad breakup. Produced by the late Vic Maile. The Godfathers are: Peter Coyne-vocals Chris Coyne- bass,vocals Kris Dollimore-guitar,vocals Mike Gibson-guitar,vocals George Mazur -drums,vocals Always liked the saying in the inner sleeve, "Contempt for wealth is a trick of the rich to stop the poor from getting at it".
Thanks for reading. This Album is absolutely full of great radio-ready rock songs. There is nothing about this Album that was too inaccessible or for that matter much different than the popular rock of it's day.
Not that it is dated, it all sparkles and seems fresh even today. I listened to this again yesterday after having not played it for years and again I sang and jammed along with every song. They are probably now the executives that continue to kill the recording industry by promoting whomever sounds like the last big hit. It you are a fan of melodic catchy hard rock get this CD. I guarantee you will be singing along after a couple of listens. See all reviews.
I gave the box set a three star rating because of the cheap packaging. Best Box Set for the money!! Had all the songs I wanted without buying each individual CD. Worth the money! One person found this helpful. This box set compiles the bands second through to sixth studio albums, as well as their first live album.
The outside front and back of the cases replicate the album artwork and the inside features one panel of band photos and one panel with a circular hole through which the disc is visible, although the disc actually exits out of the side.
The cases even have a little spine each so you can tell which sleeve is which without having to dump out the whole thing just to get to the one you wanted. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. This album boxset is as cheap as six pints of beer! The albums themselves are timeless classics that contain classic motorhead songs like 'Overkill', 'Bomber', 'Ace of spades' etc that is essential listening. Out of the five studio albums my favourite is still Overkill, closely followed by Ace Of Spades, then Bomber.
Iron Fist contains some fantastic songs but is let down by the production , while Another Perfect Day is different that has some mid tempo songs with Brian Robertson providing great guitar solos. And the classic live album No sleep till hammersmith sounds fantastic that went straight in at no.
Furthermore as another reviewer on here stated the albums themselves come in a cardboard pack a bit flimsy with photos inside the sleeve. There are no b-sides or extra tracks, and there is no album booklet but the album artwork remains intact. I think it's nice listening to the original albums as they were intended to be heard, and if you are a completist you can always purchase the reissued versions later.Jan 19, · Can't Stop Me (Makavelian Souljah Force Remix) Lyrics: (2Pac) / Yeah niggas, you can't fuck with us / Tell 'em to come the fuck on / Scared bitch motherfuckas, Yeah / .