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The Paperhead - Africa Avenue mp3 flac Performer: The Paperhead
Title: Africa Avenue
Style: Psychedelic Rock
Released: 2014
FLAC album: 2705 mb
MP3 album: 2115 mb
Rating: 4.7
Genre: Rock / Pop

Tracklist

None Other Than4:45
Old Fashioned Kind2:33
In A Corner2:41
Africa2:36
Nasty Girl3:46
Frustration2:41
House4:06
New Trend1:35
Eye For Eye2:50
Mother May3:20

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TIM083The Paperhead Africa Avenue ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Bur)Trouble In MindTIM083US2014
TIM083The Paperhead Africa Avenue ‎(CD, Album)Trouble In MindTIM083US2014
TIM083The Paperhead Africa Avenue ‎(LP, Album)Trouble In MindTIM083US2014
TIM083The Paperhead Africa Avenue ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Col)Trouble In MindTIM083US2014

Album

Africa Avenue - The Paperhead. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Africa Avenue by The Paperhead, released 11 November 2014 1. Africa Avenue 2. Eye For An Eye 3. Old Fashioned Kind 4. None Other Than 5. House 6. Nasty Girl 7. New Trend 8. In A Corner 9. Mother May 10. Frustration Much has changed for the members of The Paperhead since the release of their TiM debut back in 2011 - tours both domestically & abroad, more releases, college, life, work, love, tragedy. Much has changed for the members of The Paperhead since the release of their TiM debut back in 2011 - tours both domestically & abroad, more releases, college, life, work, love, tragedy. The span of time. The Paperhead. Africa Avenue. SC Distribution от лица компании Trouble In Mind Records Downtown Music Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. и другие авторские общества 1. Album 2014 10 Songs. Africa Avenue The Paperhead. Indie Pop. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Paperhead's third album, 2014's Africa Avenue, is stuck so deeply in the '60s that you'd need a jackhammer and a forklift to get it out. It would be worthwhile, since the Nashville quartet do a wonderful job of re-creating the sounds and feels of the best parts of the decade. Willowy folk-pop that sounds borrowed from Donovan's songbook meets up with twirling psychedelic pop singles, and Who-styled rave-ups smash and bash next to multi-layered Pink Floyd-with-Syd progressive pop. Listen free to The Paperhead Africa Avenue Africa, Eye for Eye and more. 10 tracks 30:50. Africa Avenue, 2014. Africa, 02:35. Eye for Eye, 02:50. Old Fashioned Kind, 02:32. Now playing . PAPERHEAD Artist Format: Audio CD. Please retry. 2014 album from the Indie band. Recorded by the band themselves in bassist Peter Stringer-Hye's Nashville garage and mixed by Cooper Crain, AFRICA AVENUE finds it's groove in it's unabashed melodicism and pop hooks. Album starts at 136BPM, ends at 112BPM -24, with tempos within the 90-183BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing

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Город: Eivissa, Españ to music from The Paperhead like Dama de Lavanda, Back To Those Days & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Paperhead. The Paperhead formerly The Looking Glass is a psychedelic band from Nashville, Tennessee. The band members Ryan Jennings, Walker Mimms and Peter Stringer-Hye wrote and recorded their debut album in the summer of 2010 only at the age of 18. The band's name is inspired by a lyric in My Clown, a song by '60s British psych-band July. Their true psychedelic sound reminds of a genuine British Psych vinyl from the 60's. The Paperhead The Paperhead have been Nashvilles best-kept secret for years now. The trio of Ryan Jennings, Peter Stringer-Hye & Walker Mimms have crafted three albums of psych-pop perfection, starting with their 2010 album Focus In On. The Looking Glass & last leaving us with 2014s Africa Avenue. They have returned in fine form with their fourth magnum opus, entitled Chew. Chew, released 17 February 2017 1. The True Poet 2. Pig 3. Emotion Pheromones 4. Over and Over 5. Love You To Death 6. Fairy Tales 7. Dama de Lavanda 8. Duly Noted 9. Porter's Fiddle 10. Check out Paper Head on Beatport. Welcome to Beatport. Beatport is the world's largest electronic music store for DJs. The Paperhead. Biography by Tim Sendra. Follow Artist. Nashville combo intent on bringing the sounds of the psychedelic '60s back to life. Read Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Paper Rustle Sounds. You are allowed to use the sounds on our website free of charge and royalty free in your projects but you are NOT allowed to post the sounds on any web site for others to download, link directly to individual audio files, or sell the sounds to anyone else. Remember to read Terms of Use before downloading and using the sound effects or music tracks. Follow soundjay. Sound: Paper Rustle 1. The Paperhead: Porters Fiddle, Little Kid Blues, Africa и другие песни. Listen to music from Paper Head like Paradise, Shibu & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Paper Head. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Paper Head. Play artist. Play similar artists. 2016 сингл. Africa Avenue. На странице Вы можете скачать все песни и музыку в mp3 качестве без регистрации, а также слушать их онлайн

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Nilasida
Reviewing The Paperheads, or is it just Paperheads now [?], is a rather iffy and touchy affair, as the band are loved by many, leaving the question to be asked, ”Why are people so drawn to Paperhead?”

Certainly they’re not one of those bands one wants to criticize, because fundamentally their music is interesting, but using words such as ‘impeccable’ is a rather bold statement. So with that in mind, please allow me to review all of the Paperhead albums here, as for me, their discography is sketchy, leaving but a single album’s worth of solid material in my hands. I’m fully aware that when they laid down their first tracks that they were mere children [young adults], but that’s not an excuse, it’s a fact, and if one is going to venture into the great unknown, one had better be prepared. The Paperheads prepared themselves by eagerly scarfing down huge does of The Kinks, Syd Barrett’s years with Pink Floyd ah-la “Arnold Layne,” and “See Emily Play,” along with Krautrock rhythms, Pretty Things, AM radio friendly takes on Spacemen 3, their namesake July, and pop infused punk, all while making sweeping gestures of immediacy, laced with pop laden hooks and quirkiness. And I must also ask, ”Is quirkiness for the sake of quirkiness a reason to record anything, especially if it’s been done before, and if I may, has fallen out of fashion, save for a few diehard fans who revel in the atmosphere. Yet with that being said, there are those who would stamp their feet, insisting that Paperhead are not derivative, or beholden to a past that they have assimilated wholeheartedly.

Of course at this point I deeply want to excuse the band, and attribute all of this to youthful exuberance … but the point is, they ventured down this road with eyes wide open, leaving me to ponder the reason for this assimilation of ideas and values that do not belong to them. First I would suggest that perhaps they have embraced too much, as making an attempt to be all encompassing, to being all things to all people, which is a sure fire blueprint for not so much failure, but for being thought of as unoriginal, as uninspired, meaning that they’re just one more of so much that’s out there.

Now, if you take the time to overlook two thirds of their material, and concentrate on that which is first rate, original, and slightly more challenging, Paperhead achieve success … yet by accepting that premise, one then must wonder who’s guiding this ship, because asking fans to consider four albums, yet only walking away with an album’s worth of material, is not an investment I’m willing to make.

At their best, what the Paperheads do is to comfortably engage their audience with flowing bits of melodies we half remember, breathing new life into these ideas drawn from notes and ideas that are nearly part of our musical DNA at this point, instantly causing us to perk up, as if a friendly ghost has just walked though the room.

If one descriptive phrase resounds with the Paperheads, its the line ‘they sound like’ this, or they sound like that, or they sound like a band who’s played live for years, or that they sound organic. I suppose what makes me most uncomfortable is that this is not music from or of the 60’s, this is music of the here and now, and rightly so … so much so, that the Paperheads should mark their spot on the musical map and own it, and not strive to be something from another time and place.

So I’ll repeat … there is an effortless grace to a number of their performances and arrangements, so I’m keeping those and burn them to a disc, caring not that I’m leaving the rest of their material behind.

*** The Fun Facts: The Paperheads take their name from the psychedelic single “My Clown” by the mid 60’s band July.

Review by Jenell Kesler