24 March 2021
SARAH WALK is a Los Angeles based singer-songwriter with
a crystal voice balancing between chanteuses Angel Olsen and
Sharon Van Etten.
Walk: “I didn’t want to get too inside the other versions that
already existed because I wanted to make sure I approached
it my own way.”
Her version is wholly affecting with an ongoing magnetic piano
touch, a heavy-hearted orchestration, and her goosebumps
voice. Mesmeric rendition!
SARAH WALK: Facebook
All released in 1986…
1. ‘Living Too Late’ by THE FALL
Finally going through old parasite gate
But there’s a 24-hour clock watch
And I’m living too late
2. ‘Kiss’ by PRINCE
You don’t have to be beautiful
To turn me on
I just need your body, baby
From dusk ’til dawn
3. ‘Walk This Way’ by RUN DMC
She told me to
Walk this way!
Talk this way!
4. ‘World Shut Your Mouth’ by JULIAN COPE
She sings, “World, shut your mouth, shut your mouth
Put your head back in the clouds and shut your mouth
5. I Want You by ELVIS COSTELLO
I want you, you’ve had your fun, you don’t get well no more
I want you, your fingernails go dragging down the wall
Be careful, darling, you might fall
The late great Prince about musicians…
7 October 2020
Pitchfork: “Prince’s ‘Dirty Mind’ starts with the most blatant disco throb in his entire discography on the title cut, and his second-heaviest thump pounds through “Uptown,” which opens Side B. At 30 ultra-tight minutes, a length that allowed for more walloping vinyl, Prince’s sole slow-jam-deficient album is pretty much an unrelenting dance party that pointedly invited New Wavers to boogie down alongside funk bunnies and dancefloor fashionistas. It’s one of the key records that truly initiated the ’80s.”
Full review here. Score: 10/10.
Turn Up The Volume: “A 24 karat musical genius.”
25 September 2020
The Prince Estate dived into the archives of the late genius’ 1987 double
masterpiece album SIGN O’ THE TIMES. The result is a gigantic super deluxe
edition including 45 studio ‘vault’ tracks varying from okay to good to very
good to brilliant. A total of 92 songs and 8 hours & 2 minutes of music.
Here’s what you get…
CD1 or LP 1- Sign O’ The Times (Remastered)
CD2 or LP 2 – Sign O’ The Times (Remastered)
CD3 or LP 3 & 4 – Singles Mixes / Edits / B-Sides (Remastered)
CD4 or LP 5 & 6 – Vault Tracks (Unreleased)
CD5 or LP 7 & 8 – Vault Tracks (Unreleased)
CD6 or LP 9 & 10 – Vault Tracks (Unreleased)
CD8 or 9 / LPs 11-13 – Live In Utrecht June 20th 1987 (Unreleased)
DVD – Live at Paisley Park December 31st 1987 (Unreleased
Sign O’ The Times show ft Miles Davis)
If you’re a fan of his Purple Highness I propose
to lock yourself down at home for an 8-hour quarantine,
with your disinfected headphones on, for an isolated
and safe ‘Sing O’ The Corona Times’ experience…
Info & expensive prices here
6 August 2020
A reissue of SIGN O’ THE TIMES, the (double) 1987 masterwork album by
the late great genius PRINCE is planned for a 25th September release.
One of the previously unreleased tracks on it is COSMIC DAY of which the Prince estate
has finally found the full version. The catchy, upbeat track was recorded in November 1986, and although a snippet of the recording has been passed among collectors for
a long time, the full version was unfindable until now. A relief for all devoted fans of
The Purple Purv. To avoid misunderstandings it’s indeed Prince himself who sings – not
a woman – in his pitched-up voice.
It’s almost three years (17 May 2017) since troubled singer/songwriter and towering voice CHRIS CONNELL decided, due to severe depression problems, to leave this world. A really sad loss. He fronted grunge icons Soundgarden, founded Temple Of The Dog and made a lasting impression as a solo artist.
While surfing on the internet yesterday I came across his spine-tingling, acoustic version
of Prince‘s brilliant love ballad ‘NOTHING COMPARES 2 U’, made famous, worldwide, by Sinead O’Connor. His utterly gripping vox and the weeping cello bring you to tears. Get goosebumps right here…
Performed for SiriusXM – a radio company headquartered in New York City
CHRIS CORNELL: Facebook