Téléchargement le album Big Star - Sister Lovers (The Third Album)
|1||You Can't Have Me|
|2||Thank You Friends|
|4||Stroke It Noel|
Written-By – Lou Reed
|11||Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On|
Written-By – David Curlee Williams
|13||Big Black Car|
Written-By – Alex Chilton, Chris Gage
|PVC 7903||Big Star||3rd (LP, Album)||PVC Records||PVC 7903||US||1978|
|RACS 0220, RACS0220||Big Star||Third / Sister Lovers (Cass, Album, RE)||Ryko Analogue, Ryko Analogue||RACS 0220, RACS0220||US||1992|
|RCD 10220||Big Star||Third / Sister Lovers (CD, Album, Club)||Rykodisc||RCD 10220||US||1992|
|LICD 9.00492 O||Big Star||The Third Album / Sister Lovers (CD, Album, RE)||Line Records||LICD 9.00492 O||Germany||1987|
|RCD 10220||Big Star||Third / Sister Lovers (CD, Album, RE, Uni)||Rykodisc||RCD 10220||UK||Unknown|
- Bass – Tommy Cathy, Tommy McLure, William Murphy
- Design – Shoot That Tiger!
- Drums – Jody Stephens, Tarp Tarrant
- Drums, Engineer – Richard Rosebrough
- Engineer – John Fry
- Guitar – Lee Baker , Steve Cropper
- Lacquer Cut By – Porky
- Lead Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Engineer – Alex Chilton
- Liner Notes – John Tobler
- Plated By – MAX
- Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, Engineer – Jim Dickinson
- Woodwind, Synthesizer – Carl Marsh
- Written-By – Alex Chilton (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to A9, B2 to B5, B7, B8)
Recorded at Ardent Studios, Memphis, Tennessee 1974/1975 (Ardent is mis-spelled 'Argent' on sleeve).
All tracks licensed from Aura Records Ltd.
© 1987 Castle Communications PLC
Sleeve (Front/Rear): Sister Lovers The Third Album
Sleeve (Spine): Sister Lovers (The Third Album)
Label: Sister Lovers "The Third Album"
Chrysalis Music Ltd.: A1, A2, A4 - A9, B1, B3 - B5, B7, B8
R.C.A. Music Ltd.: A3
Koala Music (Harry Fox) MCPS: B2
Screen Gems-E.M.I. Music: B6
Made in England.
- Barcode: 5 013428 020555
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 runout - etched): DOJO LP-55-A¹ A PORKY PRIME CUT. MAX
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 runout - etched): DOJO LP-55-B¹ A PORKY PRIME CUT. MAX
- Copyright (c) – Castle Communications PLC
- Licensed From – Aura Records Ltd.
- Distributed By – Nine Mile
- Distributed By – The Cartel
- Published By – Chrysalis Music Ltd.
- Published By – RCA Music Ltd.
- Published By – Koala Music
- Published By – Screen Gems-EMI Music Ltd.
- Recorded At – Ardent Studios
Third reissued in 1985 as ThirdSister Lovers is the third album by American rock band Big Star. Sessions started at Ardent Studios in September 1974. Though Ardent created promotional, white-label test pressings for the record in 1975, a combination of financial issues, the uncommercial sound of the record, and lack of interest from singer Alex Chilton and drummer Jody Stephens in continuing the project prevented the album from ever being properly finished or released at the time of its recording. A shambling wreck of an album, Big Star's ThirdSister Lovers ranks among the most harrowing experiences in pop music impassioned, erratic, and stark, it's the slow, sinking sound of a band falling apart. Recorded with their label, Stax, poised on the verge of bankruptcy, the album finds Alex Chilton at the end of his rope, sabotaging his own music long before it can ever reach the wrecking crew of poor distribution, indifferent marketing, and disinterested pop radio. His songs are haphazardly brilliant, a head-on collision between inspiration and frustration, and the album is a kin. Third reissued in 1985 as ThirdSister Lovers is the third album by Big Star and engineered by Ardents John Fry. By September 1974 the original line up of the band was down to two members, drummer Jody Stephens and singer Alex Chilton. The meticulous power pop that accompanied Big Stars previous albums failed to gain the commercial success that the band and label sought. Disillusioned by their lack of commercial success, Chilton and Jody pivoted toward experimental instrumentation and a disparate sound that mirrored their lives in and out of the studio. Different opinions exist regarding t. Big Star. The Third Album, Sister Lovers CD, Album, RE. Line Records. LICD O. 이 버전 판매. LILP . The Third Album LP, Album, Whi. I feel like I'm in the middle of this music when listening, a three dimensional space. It's on my emotional wavelenght like no other music. I resonate in time with the music and all barriers collapse. At times I can feel almost too raw to keep listening to but there are also moments of extreme tenderness and beauty. More at - . Listen free to Big Star Third, Sister Lovers Kizza Me, Thank You Friends and more. 19 tracks 56:18. To favorites 4 Download album. Listen album. Classic Rock Powerpop. 1992 Rykodisc Version. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Big Star released a pair of classic albums - 1 Record 1972 and Radio City 1974 - on Ardent Records, a poorly distributed arm of Stax that folded not long after the group recorded its extraordinary third album. Third remained in the can until 1978, three years after the groups breakup issued twice by an indie label and never widely available, it has long been out of print. Consigned to the obscurity of cutout bins, Big Stars records circulated by word of mouth throughout a prescient underground of cult fens, rock critics and fledgling musicians, serving as a semiotic blueprint for the p. Third, Sister Lovers. Reissued, Remastered. Big Star Format: Audio CD. New from. Third album from 1975 reissued with 5 BONUS tracks. By the mid-'70s, Alex Chilton's glistening pure-pop group Big Star had hit the rocks, ignored by the public and beset by internal problems. 3rd is a music album by Big Star released in 1978. 3rd is ranked 557th in the overall chart, 131st in the 1970s, and 9th in the year 1978. The top rated tracks on this album are Thank You Friends, Kangaroo and Holocaust. This album is rated in the top 2 of all albums on . Big star CD lot of 2 1 record radio city & third sister lovers Condition: Very Good. Time left: 9h 4m Ships to: Worldwide. Big Star's Third Live At The Alex Theatre RSD 2017 Issue Condition: New. Big Star's ThirdSister Lovers was first released in 1978. All songs by Alex Chilton except Femme Fatale by Lou Reed