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9 thoughts on “ Seven Days Away From You - Val Stöecklein* - Grey Life (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. The Story of Val Stoecklein’s Grey Life, the Best Album You Never Heard By Keven McAlester Eleven years ago, the lonely life of Valerian Richard Stoecklein came to a quiet and unremarked end. The stocky, graying man kept to himself, mostly. Sometimes you’d see him walking the streets of Hutchinson, the quiet southern Kansas town where he lived.
  2. Listen to music from 7 Days Away. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from 7 Days Away.
  3. VAL STÖECKLEIN – GREY LIFE the blueprint for which can be found in the countrified ‘Seven Days Away From You,’ ably aided and abetted by a rolling banjo in the background and a distinct Dylanesque melody (a la ‘Love Minus Zero/No Limit’). As the needle first hits the vinyl you would be forgiven for thinking you had been sold.
  4. Aug 03,  · Get your tickets for two days and one night of zombie apocalypse fun in 7 Days to Die Part 1. Watch in awe as our four friends - Geoff, Jack, Michael, and Jeremy - craft, chop, get dysentery, and otherwise try to survive the wasteland. Don't delay - seats are almost sold out. Also, there may be a sweet cotton candy machine somewhere.
  5. The Story of Val Stoecklein’s Grey Life, the Best Album You Never Heard. By Keven McAlester. Eleven years ago, the lonely life of Valerian Richard Stoecklein came to a quiet and unremarked end. The stocky, graying man kept to himself, mostly. Sometimes you’d see him walking the streets of Hutchinson, the quiet southern Kansas town where he.
  6. Seven Days Away book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Can three generations survive a winter week together in a Mexican paradise /5(26).
  7. Directed by Sebastian Niemann. With Nick Brimble, Zdenek Maryska, Rich Gold, Renee Ackermann. A grieving woman suffers terrifying visions of her own demise after .
  8. This, the one and only solo album by singer-songwriter Val Stoecklein, has languished in obscurity for over forty years, save for a few writers and bloggers who have extolled its qualities, making positive comparisons to solo Scott Walker, Lee Hazlewood and others/5(9).
  9. As leader of the legendary Blue Things, Val Stöecklein needs no introduction to fans of folk-rock and psychedelia. Stung by the band's failure and traumatised by the collapse of a relationship, he channelled his sorrow into the songs that make up 's Grey Life - the only solo album he would ever release. A nakedly emotional recording that has drawn comparisons with the work of Skip Spence.

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