8 thoughts on “ Stand Up - Step Down (6) - Steadiness (CD, Album) ”
The news had, predictably, gotten Beyonce fans riled up, with some claiming that there was no way the star would agree to a residency rather than releasing a new album and touring in support. Others felt that the mother of three might like the steadiness of a residency as opposed to a world tour.
I don’t know how many other people still do this, but I hardly ever listen to my music by popping a commercial CD into a CD player. I almost always burn my music onto blank CDs so I can fit more songs onto it. Typically I put a couple of full projects on one CD, e.g. my Gold City CD, which might be my most played.
The album has what I would call a modern Japanese feel to it. Very fun and up-beat. There are really only about a dozen "good" songs in the soundtrack. Most of the songs are short little bits that are designed to loop over and over during gameplay, making the album, unfortunately, boring.
“When you shower, you have to stand up; that’s not relaxing,” she says. Fill the tub with hot water and let the steam fill the room. Add a few drops of your favorite essential oil or create a “bath tea” by filling a cotton sock with a mixture of dried herbs, tying it at the top, and letting it soak in the water.
Jan 10, · Out of curiousity I bought this CD in the hope of discovering a sound I was already familiar with. Big surprise! Clumsy sixties experimental pop. A bit like trying to find Led Zeppelin in the Yardbirds - no hope. I have no idea what the Nice's later albums are like but this one is dreadful. I tried to keep it just for archival interest but.
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The ’59 Sound was an album about growing up. It was an album about seizing the wheel and taking control of your life after years spent in the wonderful fever dream of youth. American Slang is an album about actually being grown up. It’s about how the world looks different when you’re driving the car rather than just riding in the backseat.