Ken Adams - Dirty Red's Real Good Low Budget LP album download
|A1||Power & The Glory|
|A2||Bankers & The Diplomats|
|A4||My Favorite Spring|
|A5||Early Morning Blues|
|A6||Dairystate Rasta Man|
|B4||Dirty Red's Blues|
|B5||Walkin' With My Baby|
Low Budget is the seventeenth studio album by the English rock group, The Kinks, released in 1979. Following the minor success of their 1978 album Misfits, the band recorded the majority of the album in New York rather than London. Unlike the more nostalgic themes of many Kinks albums prior to Low Budget, the album contains many songs that appeal to current events of the time.
Low Budget is a thought-provoking and challenging chart-topping masterpiece that takes a hard look at the real world as it focuses on contemporary issues of the time inflation, labour strife, the energy crises and lack of government action, as the band made it a winning first rate blockbuster classic heralded by it’s hard rock sound that is mortified by Dave. I finally got a very good copy on Vinyl. In my humble opinion there isn't a weak track on this LP. "Catch Me Now I'm Falling" and "(Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman" seemed to get most of the airplay back in 1979-1980. I had forgotten this album until I heard the title track Low Budget on the radio. A great, rocking album, and the title track's tale of woe of scrimping and saving in a world of no money is too, too timely. It could have been written yesterday.
Prisoner, Adams’ recently released LP, recounts the messy feelings from his divorce from Mandy Moore after six years of marriage, in wrenching detail. It’s not a departure for the singer, whose breakup with longtime girlfriend Amy Lombardi was said to be the genesis of his 2000 solo debut Heartbreaker and who alluded to the dissolution of his relationship with Moore on his remake of Swift’s 1989. Similarly, Dirty Projectors’ David Longstreth’s breakup with bandmate Amber Coffman looms large over his long-awaited album Dirty Projectors, out this week.
Low Budget was the first album we ever recorded outside of England, Dave Davies recalled to the Trouser Press in 1979. Ray now has an apartment in New York, so we all got together for about a week or 10 days. Ray had a multitude of new songs and some very specific ideas on how he wanted them to sound. As was their habit, the recording process for the record moved fast. I think the good thing about the album is that it's very spontaneous, Dave Davies said. We did it very quickly
Real Good Life Lyrics. Spill wine on the hotel sheets Oh well well well We laugh it off with our purple teeth Palm trees and the dirty streets Oh yeah yeah yeah And there ain't no place that I'd rather be. I'd give up anything to be with you Nothing like blue skies in the rearview And now it's 6 AM and we're still awake I'm feelin' alright, no I can't complain . Feel good and I just can't lie Me and you stayin' up all night Feel good and I just can't lie (It's a real good life, yeah). It's a real good life Yeah it's a real good life It's a real good life (Ain't nothing gonna bring you down) It's a real good life It's a real good life (good) It's a real good life.