The Coke Divas - White Heat / White Heart download album
- Performer: The Coke Divas
- Title: White Heat / White Heart
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: MPC MP3 MMF AA VOC ASF AIFF
- Released: 2016
- Style: Noise, Punk
- MP3 album: 1356 mb
- FLAC album: 1146 mb
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 286
Complete your The Coke Divas collection. The Coke Divas – White Heat, White Heart. Label: Not On Label (Coke Divas Self Released) – none. Format: File, MP3, Single, 320 kbps.
Complete your Coke Divas record collection. Discover Coke Divas's full discography. Profile: Trumbull, Connecticut Noise Punk band. White Heat, White Heart (File, MP3, Single, 320). Not On Label (Coke Divas Self Released).
White Heart is the first album by the contemporary Christian music band White Heart and the band's only album with Steve Green on lead vocals. Hold On" (Mark Gersmehl) – 3:37. You're the One" (Billy Smiley, Gersmehl) – 3:56. Listen to the Lonely" (Smiley, Gersmehl) – 3:47. He's Returning" (Gersmehl) – 4:23. Carry On" (Smiley, Gersmehl) – 3:56. Guiding Light" (Smiley) – 3:40. Everyday" (Smiley, Dann Huff, Gary McSpadden) – 4:08. Nothing Can Take This Love" (Smiley) – 3:40.
White Heat – 1975 – White Heat. An obscure side project of Barry White ( White Heat, get it?) – and a pretty darn tasty batch of ensemble funk tracks! The sound is less White-oriented than some of his other side groups – with a stripped-down sound that doesn’t have the strings or large production of any of the Love Unlimited albums – and the record feels like lost material from The New Birth or The Kay-Gees from their best mid 70s years
White Light - White Heat. 3. Lady Godiva's Operation. 4. Here She Comes Now. 5. I Heard Her Call My Name. Disc 1. 1. White Light - White Heat. 7. I Heard Her call My Name (Alternate Take). 8. Guess I'M Falling in Love (Instrumental). 9. Temptation Inside Your Heart. 11. Hey Mr. Rain (Version One). 12. Rain (Version two). 13. Beginning to See the Lighet (Previously Unreleased Early Version). DISC 2. Recorded live at the Gymnasium, New York City, United States, 30/04/1967).
The American group White Heart has had one of the longest careers in Christian rock, beginning in 1982 with the release of their debut album WHITE HEART and lasting all the way to 1997, when their last album REDEMPTION was released. Through these years they have been considered among the pioneers of Christian rock, and their popularity has not wavered, despite frequent personnel changes. The band's musical style is not totally straight-forward, as it includes a hint of progressiveness.
White Light/White Heat didn't have either. By the time they released it, the Velvets were downplaying the art-world connection (despite the very arty slash in the album's title, and the fact that its black-on-black sleeve was designed by the Factory's Billy Name). Nico was out of the band, although bassist John Cale would continue to work with her for years. thoroughly charming stab at making a commercially viable single, "Temptation Inside Your Heart"/"Stephanie Says". There's also a previously unheard alternate take of "I Heard Her Call My Name" (not quite as good as the official one, and mostly interesting to hear which of Reed's apparent ad-libs weren't), and one fascinating curio: an early version of "Beginning to See the Light", recorded at the "Temptation Inside Your Heart" session.
The world of pop music was hardly ready for The Velvet Underground's first album when it appeared in the spring of 1967, but while The Velvet Underground and Nico sounded like an open challenge to conventional notions of what rock music could sound like (or what it could discuss), 1968's White Light/White Heat was a no-holds-barred frontal assault. on cultural and aesthetic propriety.
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Written-By – The Velvet Underground