Album · 2009 · 18 Songs. Easy Come Easy Go Marianne Faithfull. Listen on Apple Music.
The sense of stylistic sprawl on these 12 songs is incredible. The album opener, a cover of Dolly Parton's "Down from Dover," features the full band and guests numbering 18 strong! Faithfull's trademark deep-throated, es-ravaged voice is in better shape than it's been in a decade at least. It's full and expressive, and she brings up a depth of passion for this sad tale that almost soars.
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Letras Marianne Faithfull canciones Easy Come, Easy Go y videos. Nuevo trbaajo de Marianne Faithfull en un disco en 2 formatos,uno estandar con solo 10 canciones y el de lujo con 18 canciones y un DV. ersiones y duetos de canciones versionadas de Dolly Parton, Duke Ellington, The Decemberists, Bessie Smith, Brian Eno, Randy Newman, Smokey Robinson, Merle Haggard, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Sarah Vaughan, Morrissey, Traffic, Leonard Bernstein y Stephen Sondheim.
Band Name Marianne Faithfull. Album Name Easy Come Easy Go. Type Album. Data de lançamento 17 Novembro 2008. 17. How Many Worlds (ft. Teddy Thompson). 18. Sing Me Back Home (ft. Keith Richards).
Band Marianne Faithfull Info: UK Info: Easy Come, Easy Go Style: Rock Years: 2008 Info: FLAC (tracks+. Marianne Faithfull – Easy Come, Easy Go 2CD (2008) Lossless. Easy Come Easy Go by Marianne Faithfull (CD, Mar-2009, Decca) . 9$. Marianne Faithfull - Collection UK - Import . Faithfull, Marianne : Easy Come Easy Go CD . 2$. MARIANNE FAITHFULL Easy Come Easy Go (CD, 2008, Naive Records) DIGIPAK SEALED 1. $.
A sprawling double album with a fine single album inside? You got it, says Neil Spencer. The most important names, though, belong to a band that delivers a well-judged blend of rock muscle, jazz invention and symphonic grace, framing Faithfull's ravaged voice with more sympathy than it perhaps deserves. Its gravelly tones are certainly no thing of beauty, but when married to the right song Faithfull can still emote, still deliver. There's plenty of plain wrong material, though. The sultry Solitude needs melodic precision, not croaking self-pity, and Smokey Robinson's Ooh Baby Baby is a non-starter.
Easy Come Easy Go is a sequel of sorts to Strange Weather. It is a covers album in which the predictable choices (in thrall to Billie Holiday on Solitude, Sarah Vaughan on Black Coffee, or duetting with a heavy-breathing Jarvis Cocker on Somewhere ), are outnumbered by the shocks. Dear God, Please Help Me really is the Morrissey song, but Faithfull delivers it as a hymn to decrepitude without any of the author’s archness.