The Fourth Way - The Sun And Moon Have Come Together album flac
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|A1||The Sun And Moon Have Come Together
Composed By – Eddie Marshall
Composed By – Michael White
|A3||Blues My Mind
Composed By – Mike Nock
Composed By – Ron McClure
Composed By – Ron McClure
Composed By – Mike Nock
- Manufactured By – Electrola Gesellschaft m.b.H.
- Recorded At – New Orleans House
- Bass – Ron McClure
- Drums – Eddie Marshall
- Electric Piano – Mike Nock
- Engineer – Jay Ranellucci, John Wilson
- Producer – John Palladino
- Violin – Michael White
NotesReleased in a gatefold cover
The Fourth Way dedicates this album to everyone reading these words and to Dorothy Pearl.
When you hear music,
After it's over,
It's gone in the air;
You can never capture it again.
All of the music in this album was recorded live at the The New Orleans House in Berkeley, California (October 1968)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A, stamped, variant 1): 80507 A1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B, stamped, variant 1): 80507 A2
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A, stamped, variant 2): 80507 A-1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B, stamped, variant 2): 80507 B-1
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Other (in a square): D
|SKAO 423||The Fourth Way||The Sun And Moon Have Come Together (LP, Album)||Harvest||SKAO 423||US||1969|
|8XT-423||The Fourth Way||The Sun And Moon Have Come Together (8-Trk, Album)||Harvest||8XT-423||US||1969|
|COD 022||The Fourth Way||The Fourth Way (CD, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Unofficial)||Jazz View||COD 022||Europe||1991|
|CP-8933||The Fourth Way||The Sun And Moon Have Come Together (LP, Album, red)||Capitol Records||CP-8933||Japan||Unknown|
|COD 022||The Fourth Way||The Fourth Way (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Jazz View||COD 022||Europe||1991|
It's somewhat of a platonic love song about two best friends who can't really be together as much as they would like.
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The Fourth Way was an American jazz quartet, comprising Eddie Marshall, Mike Nock, Michael White, and Ron McClure. They formed in 1967 and worked primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area through the early 1970s, releasing three albums. Like their contemporaries Weather Report, they were early pioneers of electric jazz fusion, with Nock's Fender Rhodes piano run through many effects pedals including ring modulation, Michael White's electrically amplified violin, and Ron McClure's electric bass.
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The Fourth Way has been played on NTS shows including Tom Furse, with The Far Side Of The Moon first played on 10 October 2016. There is more than one artist with this name: 1) The Fourth Way was a jazz ensemble composed of Eddie Marshall, Mike Nock, Michael White, and Ron McClure. The group is noted for being the group with which violinist Michael White became.
For these reasons, the moon and the sun have been inspiration for songs or inclusion in lyrics. Below are a small sample of songs: Smash Mouth- Walking on the Sun. Smash Mouth is a Californian (ska) rock band founded in 1994. Their most popular song is the upbeat and fast Walking on the Sun, from 1997. The song is featured on the band’s first full length album Fush Yu Mang. The song reached number 1 on modern rock charts. Soak Up the Sun is a country/pop song from Sheryl Crow. Released in 2002 on her album C’mon C’mon, the song reached number 1 at the Billboard Adult Top 40 Chart. The theme of the song is ultimate surf and summer enjoyment, as made clear in the song’s video. Soak Up the Sun is one of Sheryl’s more upbeat and optimistic songs. Sheryl Crow has been a successful artist since mid 90s.
The Bravery's self-titled debut flourished in the new-wave niche carved out by the Killers, but on follow-up The Sun and The Moon, the band appears at a loss for a next move, jilted by a dance rock scene that's grown less and less forgiving with every soulless, four-on-the-floor wannabe anthem. Like it or not, a lot of today's mainstream rock acts are resurrecting the lost art of the concept album to surprising degrees of success. While old staples like Nine Inch Nails or Red Hot Chili Peppers spiced up their recent twilight albums with the respective themes of apocalypse and love-via-music, newer groups have embraced the concept album to the point of self-reinvention.
Together Dark took Moon back to his home and the Dark did everything he can to make the Moon happy. All it did was make the Moon cry. "Please send me back to my Sun". Moon smiled up and kissed the sun lovingly forgetting about Dark for a moment. Dark was mad. No! He was furious. The Moon was his! He thought that if he killed the Sun then the Moon would forget the Sun and love him. While their back was turned Dark pulled out a dagger and stabbed the Sun in the back. The Sun cried out in pain but stood in front of the moon protectively. He jump Dark and somehow stole the dagger from Dark hand. He aimed for the heart and killed Dark in a single strike. Jennifer Kloosterman Wilson: I loved the characters and the way the story flowed. It had me on edge at times and in tears. I love when a book makes me want to scream at a character when they're about to mess up.
The Wind was vicious, and he had long been jealous of the power the Sun and the Moon held over the earth, and of the love that the people had for them. Slipping through windows and under doors, the Wind whispered poisonous lies. Nobody loved the Wind, for he blew icy breath across the land, and howled in the ears of children.
Tony Bennett - Oh You Crazy Moon. Tony Bennett - We'll Be Together Again. Tony Bennett - Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away). Все переводы за 2. 6. Beside me. Рядом со мной. The sun and the moon.
The History Of How The Sun Loved The Moon "Tell me the story about how the Sun loved the Moon so much he died every night to let her breathe. Oh and yes, it's breathe. You take in a breath that allows your lungs to breathe. It makes it a theory based on opinion. The Moon in Myths – from: Mythencyclopedia. The sun loves to catch and eat his children, so they flee from the sky whenever he appears. But each month, she turns her face to one side and darkens it (as the moon wanes) to mourn the children that the sun succeeded in catching.