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Scott Walker - Amsterdam flac album Performer: Scott Walker
Title: Amsterdam
Style: Vocal
Released: 1968
MP3 album: 1257 mb
FLAC album: 1139 mb
Rating: 4.3
Genre: Pop

Scott was the début solo album by Scott Walker, originally released in the United Kingdom on Philips Records in 1967. The album received both strong commercial success as well as critical praise, hitting No. 3 on the UK Albums Chart. This album, alongside Scott 2, features Phil Spector's "Wall of Sound" recording technique, Scott 3 and Scott 4 however do not.

Label: UMC (Universal Music Catalogue). Scott Walker was already transitioning from a pop idol into a singular art-pop star at the end of his tenure with the Walker Brothers. On his first solo LP, he translates the work of the brilliant Belgian songwriter Jacques Brel, sings covers of interesting MOR material (like the movie theme "You're Gonna Hear From Me") and croons his own individualistic, brilliantly eccentric songs.

This song is by Scott Walker and appears on the album Scott (1967). This song is a cover of "Amsterdam" by Jacques Brel.

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Scott Walker Scott: Scott Walker Sings Songs From His TV Series (Phillips, 1969). Years later, Walker blocked the CD re-release, yet he allowed through 1973’s second Walker album, Stretch (after Scott’s nickname), this time more of a solid track selection (songs by Newman, Jimmy Webb, Micky Newbury, Carole King and Gerry Goffin), but no less depressing, as Scott phoned it in. Next up was (irony alert) We Had It All, more bloody covers, but it’s Scott’s first outright country music record – four songs were written by Texan Billy Joe Shaver, and there’s room for The Eagles’ ‘What Ever Happened to Saturday Night?’. Or, whatever happened to Scott Walker? But in the right mood,.

Scott Walker's cover of a Jacques Brel song from his eponymous first album. It was later covered by David Bowie, a fan of Walker. In the port of Amsterdam There's a sailor who sings Of the dreams that he brings From the wide open sea In the port of Amsterdam There's a sailor wh. iscuss these lyrics on MetroLyrics.

Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Scott Walker. The first Scott Walker solo album is a strong showcase of the singer's musical vision. Past influences and future ambitions juxtapose brilliantly throughout the record, mixing his unique, deep crooning tradition with bizarre themes, from which the Brel translations and Walker's own compositions are plain extraordinary. The extreme contrasts of the songs' structures, a balance between chaotic themes and saccharin orchestrations, would become Walker's trademark during his late 60s' records

I stumbled across Scott Walker by pure accident. I had just come out of a long term relationship and had moved into a loft room in North West London. I've had the pleasure of introducing Scott Walker to many friends and my new girlfriend now wife and hearing/seeing his music performed live not once but twice. The first time was the in November 2008, Drifting and Tilting: The Songs of Scott Walker which was staged at The Barbican, in London. The second time was the score he wrote for the ROH2 production of Jean Cocteau's 1932 play Duet for One, which was staged in the Linbury Studio in June 2011.

Scott Walker : Scott,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. 10. Through a Long and Sleepless Night. 11. Always Coming Back to You. 12. Amsterdam. Other productions from Scott Walker.


A Amsterdam 3:03
B Mathilde 2:30