With By Inheritance, way back in 1990 it seemed Artillery reached peaks in both musical and technical terms, combining strong melodies and considerable finesse with innate aggression, increasing the difficulty of arrangements and achieving a higher instrumental level than ever before…
The United States has survived clueless presidential administrations before. But no matter how enormous the crisis – the Great Depression, Vietnam, Watergate, Monica Lewinsky's thong – America's always come out looking like, well, America.
"Mama Béa", also known as Mama Béa Tekielski, is a French singer-songwriter. Her real name is Béatrice Tékielski and she was born 23 August 1948 in Avignon.
Vous voulez vous exprimer en japonais tout de suite, sans vous investir dans un apprentissage de longue haleine ? Vous visez une pratique immédiate ? Le japonais tout de suite ! apporte une réponse concrète à vos attentes.
She was the teenage siren from Akron, Ohio that Jake Riviera signed to Stiff Records in the 1970's at the height of the new wave. She enjoyed the backing of some fantastic bands like The Records, The Rumour (also doubling backing Graham Parker) and Fingerprintz, who would go on to record 4 albums of their own. (If you listen closely, you can hear labelmate Lene Lovich singing backup as well!) Being in such esteemed company, she gained street cred by covering Elvis Costello's "Stranger In The House" (a rarity included with initial copies of his second album) and hitting with singles like a cover of "B-A-B-Y", "Who Does Lisa Like", "Suspended Animation", "Pin A Medal On Mary" and more. In days long before American Idol was even conceived, Sweet stands out as one of the genuine vocal artists and brightest hightlights of the 70's new wave/postpunk era.