Supertramp - Even In The Quietest Moments... / Crisis? What Crisis? album flac
|Even In The Quietest Moments...|
|A3||From Now On|
|A4||Give A Little Bit|
|B1||Even In The Quietest Moments|
|Crisis? What Crisis?|
|B3||Just A Normal Day|
|B4||Two Of Us|
|SP-4634||Supertramp||Even In The Quietest Moments... (LP, Album, Ter)||A&M Records||SP-4634||US||1977|
|SPCD 02010402/77||Supertramp||Even In The Quietest Moments... (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Supertramp)||SPCD 02010402/77||Russia||2000|
|AMNP 124, AMLK 64634, SP 4634||Supertramp||Even In The Quietest Moments... (LP, Album, RE)||A&M Records, A&M Records, A&M Records||AMNP 124, AMLK 64634, SP 4634||UK||Unknown|
|8T-4634||Supertramp||Even In The Quietest Moments... (8-Trk, Album)||A&M Records||8T-4634||US||1977|
|AMSP 5006||Supertramp||Even In The Quietest Moments... (LP, Album)||A&M Records||AMSP 5006||Germany||1985|
Even in the Quietest Moment. s the fifth album by the English rock band Supertramp, released in April 1977. It was recorded mainly at Caribou Ranch Studios in Colorado with overdubs, vocals, and mixing completed at The Record Plant in Los Angeles. This was Supertramp's first album to use engineer Peter Henderson, who would work with the band for their next three albums as well.
What Crisis? A1. Easy Does I. Producer – Supertramp. Compilation of two albums on one cassette. Catalog numbers: TT 40001 on outside spine, TT40001 on inside panel, TT-40. 001 printed on cassette.
What Crisis? is a music studio album recording by SUPERTRAMP (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1975 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. The phrase is a common one in English. For example it was used in the UK in the 70s during the so-called "winter of discontent" when the economy was in crisis and manufacturers put employees on three day weeks to avoid closure. This album starts with "Easy does It" which is not really the kind of opener you should expect.
What Crisis? in fact came from a sketch that Rick did in the waiting room of the studio, and it reflected the stress we were under in just getting that album completed. According to woodwinds player John Helliwell, the Crisis? What Crisis? title also seemed appropriate given the financial climate the band members found when they returned to England after spending some time recording with Scott at A&M's studios in Los Angeles. Presumably chastened after their experience with Crisis, Supertramp rode out their chart lull while taking some extra time to craft their next album, and it paid off: the band's fifth LP, 1977's Even in the Quietest Moments. rebounded their commercial fortunes in a big way, breaking the . Top 20 and spawning the major hit "Give a Little Bi.
Still, even if inconsistent, Crisis" What Crisis" is an awesome album that's worth checking. It is certainly not the band's best but it deserves to be part of its "Classic Four" period and still shines on its own, which is extremly difficult considering how hard it was to keep up to the quality of its predecessor. and the almost classic Breakfast in America, culminating its classic era with the departure of Roger Hodgson in 1983 after the band created.
What Crisis ? Type Album. Date de parution 1975. Labels A And M Records. Breakfast in America. Even in the Quietest Moments. Crisis ? What Crisis ?
Even In The Quietest Moment. y Supertramp. Breakfast In America by Supertramp. Slow Motion by Supertramp. Live In Germany by Supertramp. Dreamers by Supertramp. Supertramp by Supertramp. What Crisis? By: Supertramp (1975, Rock).
All lyrics from Crisis? What Crisis? album, popular Supertramp songs with tracklist and information about album. 7. Crime Of The Century.
What Crisis?" is a progressive and pop rock album. It is very divided: some songs are dull and others are fantastic.
Listen free to Supertramp – Crisis? What Crisis? (Easy Does It, Sister Moonshine and more). Nestled between the accomplished Crime of the Century album and 1977's Even in the Quietest Moments, Crisis? What Crisis? may not have given the band any chart success, but it did help them capture a fan base that had no concern for Supertramp's commercial sound.