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8 thoughts on “ Knock On Wood - Prefab Sprout - From Langley Park To Memphis (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. As suggested by the title, From Langley Park to Memphis is Prefab Sprout's spiritual journey into the heart of American culture; obsessed with rock 'n' roll ("The King of Rock 'n' Roll") and Bruce Springsteen ("Cars and Girls"), fascinated with gospel music ("Venus of the Soup Kitchen") and locked in a love/hate relationship with New York City ("Hey!
  2. From Langley Park to Memphis is the third studio album by English pop band Prefab Sprout. It was released by Kitchenware Records on 14 March It peaked at 5/5(4).
  3. Feb 12,  · Prefab Sprout may have been the best band of the s. That is arguable. But one listen to Langly Park to Memphis makes their place near the top of the list undeniable. Paddy McCloon introduced us to his band with the far more anoluge sounding Swoon. Right away it was evident he had mocho Mozart Melodic abilities/5(48).
  4. The releases include Prefab Sprout’s debut album ‘Swoon’ - a complex collection of songs that announced the band’s idiosyncratic style in an explosive way, as well as their third album ‘From Langley Park To Memphis’, containing their biggest hit “The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll” along with one of the best pop anthems of the s.
  5. From Langley Park to Memphis, an Album by Prefab Sprout. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. 2; CD). Genres: Sophisti-Pop, Pop Rock.
  6. Comprar Discos LP Vinilos de música Pop - Rock New Wave Extranjero Años Prefab sprout - from langley park to memphis - lp cbs spain ex/nm. Lote
  7. The album opens with a trio of songs that outline its ambitions: bursting to be heard, "Razor's Edge" begins as sleek, Goldfrapp-y synth pop before morphing into proggy rock that's downright anthemic -- a Celebration first. Written as a present for the birth of drummer David Bergander 's son, the hopeful "Tomorrow's Here Today" marries the band.
  8. comentando From Langley Park To Memphis, LP, Album, KWLP9 i'll never understand how they went from making the music on steve mcqueen to releasing the song 'the king of rock and roll', and this album. very strange transformation; not for the better.

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