Kevin Ayers - Falling Up album download
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|1||Saturday Night (In Deya)||4:02|
Written-By – Mike Oldfield
|3||The Best We Have||3:29|
|4||Another Rolling Stone
Written-By – Marvin Siau
|5||Do You Believe?||5:54|
|6||That's What We Did||3:44|
|8||Am I Really Marcel?||5:59|
- Backing Vocals – Andrea Bronston, Charles J. Beale, Chuck C' Note Brown*, Mary Jameson*, Patt Patterson*
- Bass – Marcelo C. Fuentes*
- Congas – Luis Dulzaides
- Drums – Ñete
- Drums, Bongos – Tony Vázquez*
- Engineer – Eugenio Muñoz
- Engineer [Assistant] – David De La Torre
- Guitar – Miguel Herrero
- Keyboards, Drums, Bass, Backing Vocals – Ollie Halsall
- Organ [Hammond] – El Reverendo
- Piano – Pablo Salinas
- Producer – Colin Fairley
- Soprano Saxophone – Javier Paxariño
- Vocals, Harmonica, Percussion – Kevin Ayers
- Written-By – Kevin Ayers (tracks: 1, 3 to 8), Peter Halsall* (tracks: 1, 3, 6, 7)
|GA-192||Kevin Ayers||Falling Up (LP, Album)||Grabaciones Accidentales||GA-192||Spain||1988|
|V 2510||Kevin Ayers||Falling Up (LP, Album)||Virgin||V 2510||Italy||1988|
|3984222022||Kevin Ayers||Falling Up (CD, Album, RE)||DRO||3984222022||Europe||1998|
|TCV 2510||Kevin Ayers||Falling Up (Cass, Album)||Virgin||TCV 2510||UK||1988|
|GA-192K||Kevin Ayers||Falling Up (Cass, Album)||Grabaciones Accidentales||GA-192K||Spain||1988|
Band Name Kevin Ayers. Album Name Falling Up. Type Album. Erscheinungsdatum 1988. Labels kein bekanntes Label. Musik GenrePsychedelic Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1. 1. Saturday Night (In Deya). 4. Another Rolling Stone.
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June 1, 1974 is a live album of songs performed at the Rainbow Theatre in London on the titular date. The album is officially attributed to Kevin Ayers, John Cale, Brian Eno and Nico, although other well-known musicians, including Mike Oldfield, Robert Wyatt and Ollie Halsall, also contributed to the concert. The cover photograph was taken by Mick Rock in the foyer of the Rainbow Theatre shortly before the concert began
Falling Up is the thirteenth studio album by Kevin Ayers. The song "Flying Start" was first released on the Mike Oldfield album Islands in September 1987. (Another)Saturday Night" (In Deya) (Ayers/Halsall). Flying Start" (Oldfield). The Best We Have" (Ayers/Halsall). Another Rolling Stone" (Ayers/ Marvin Siau). Do You Believe" (Ayers). That's What We Did (Today)" (Ayers/Halsall). Night Fighters" (Ayers/Halsall). Am I Really Marcel?" (Ayers). Falling Up formed in October 2001, and released their debut album called Crashings in 2004. They were signed to BEC Recordings until 2010 when they went independent. The band's name is derived from the first song they wrote, which refers to how imperfect people are, but how sufficient the grace of God is to compensate for it.
In the issue of Uncut dated December 2008 (Take 139), Kevin Ayers talked us through the making of some of his finest albums – including the Soft Machine’s debut, through his collaboration with Brian Eno, John Cale and Nico, his much-loved solo album ing, and more. Interview: John Robinson Having been one of the architects of the underground while a member of Soft Machine, by 1969 Kevin Ayers had decided to follow a still more eccentric calling.
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Falling Up may refer to: Falling Up (band), an Experimental rock band. Falling Up (Digby album), 2004. Falling Up (Kevin Ayers album). Falling Up (Falling Up album), 2015. Falling Up (book), a 1996 children's poetry book by Shel Silverstein. Falling Up (film), a 2009 film. Fallin' Up/¿Que Dices?", a song by The Black Eyed Peas. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Falling Up.