Ben Vaughn - Dressed In Black mp3 album
Title: Dressed In Black
Style: Rock & Roll, Power Pop
Date of release: 1990
Size MP3: 1577 mb
Size FLAC: 1498 mb
Format: VOX MP4 MP3 AA MMF ADX XM
Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Organ, Piano – Ben Vaughn. Written-By – Ben Vaughn (tracks: A1 to B3, B5, B6), Arcaini (tracks: A2), Marcus (tracks: B4). Notes. Recorded At: Morningstar Communications, Springhouse, PA Ardent Studios, Memphis, Tenn. Castle Recording, Franklin, Tenn. LSI Recording, Nashville, Tenn. Water Music, Hoboken, .
Ben Folds Five is the self-titled debut studio album by American alternative rock band Ben Folds Five, released in 1995. A non-traditional rock album, it featured an innovative indie-pop sound, and excluded lead guitars completely. The album was released on the small independent label Passenger Records, owned by Caroline Records, a subsidiary of Virgin/EMI.
Album's title: Dressed In Black.
In 1983 he formed the Ben Vaughn Combo. The band was together five years, releasing two albums and touring the US several times. In the mid-90s Ben moved to . and released Instrumental Stylings, an album of eclectic instrumentals. More recently his career has taken a turn towards TV and film as a prolific score composer. He composed the themes for the award-winning TV sitcom "3rd Rock From The Sun", "That 70s Show", "Men Behaving Badly", "Normal, Ohio," "Grounded For Life", Psycho Beach Party, The Independent, and Scorpion Spring. Vaughn has continued producing records (Ween, Los Straitjackets, the Swingers soundtrack).
Dressed in Black, the singer’s sophomore LP, will be released this summer, produced by Marshall Altman. Already proven that he’s capable of both moving ballads like She Don’t Love You and blues-infused rockers like High Class, Dressed in Black is likely to be equally diverse, with, as he unveils in a behind-the-scenes video, everything from swampy guitars to beautiful string orchestras playing.
The black album kit samples are out there. I clearly remember seeing, and also hearing these very drumsounds from the black album, supposedly from the same exakt session, in a sampling product from EastWest. I'm not sure which sampling product though, but it was one of their latest releases.
Vince Vaughn,Will Ferrell,Ben Stiller,Owen Wilson. 5. Little Fockers (2010). PG-13 98 min Comedy, Romance. Vince Vaughn,Ben Stiller. 7. The Internship (2013). PG-13 119 min Comedy.
Originally scheduled for release in November of 1987 - following the double-album Sign o' the Times by a matter of months - Prince pulled The Black Album weeks before its release, guaranteeing it near-mythic status. Urban legends spread like wildfire: Prince believed it was too bleak to release; Warner Bros. balked at its explicit lyrics; no CDs were ever pressed, and all the LPs were destroyed. That final rumor was certainly untrue, since bootlegs immediately appeared, and when it finally received official release in the fall of 1994, nearly every die-hard fan already had the record
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Big Drum Sound
Maracas – Palmyra DelranPedal Steel Guitar – Kurt Johnston
|2||The Man Who Has Everything
Organ – Joe Jack TalcumTenor Saxophone – Jim SpakeVocals [Additional] – Foster And Lloyd
|3||Dressed In Black
Vocals [Additional] – Kenn Kweder
Mandolin – Peter HolsapplePedal Steel Guitar – Kurt JohnstonTenor Saxophone – Jim SpakeVocals [Additional] – Alex Chilton, Glenn Barratt
|5||Long Black Hair
Vocals [Additional] – Mike Vogelmann, Robbie Robinson
|6||New Wave Dancing
Violin – Gordon Gano
Mandolin – Peter HolsapplePedal Steel Guitar – Kurt JohnstonVocals [Additional] – Alex Chilton
|8||Words Can't Say What I Want To Say
Accordion – Gus CordovoxVocals [Additional] – Marshall Crenshaw
Baritone Saxophone – Jim SpakePiano – Alex ChiltonTrombone – Andy BresnanVocals [Additional] – Foster And Lloyd
|10||Too Sensitive For This World
Organ – Joe Jack TalcumVocals [Additional] – Foster And Lloyd, John Hiatt
|11||Growin' A Beard||2:00|
|12||Don't Say You Don't Wanna
Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Jim SpakeMaracas – Palmyra Delran
|13||Poor Jimmy Gordon||4:25|
- Recorded At – Morningstar Communications
- Recorded At – Ardent Studios
- Recorded At – The Castle Recording Studios
- Recorded At – LSI Studios
- Recorded At – Water Music Recorders
- Glass Mastered At – Nimbus, Virginia
- Art Direction – Chuck Tobias
- Bass [4 String] – Mike Vogelmann
- Bass [8 String] – Mike Vogelmann
- Drums – Robbie Robinson
- Engineer – Glenn Barratt
- Engineer [Assistant] – Byron House, Jay Hettler, John Siket, Paul Kreuger, Steve Messer, Tom Laune
- Layout – Karen Schmidt
- Management – Dave Reckner
- Percussion – Robbie Robinson
- Photography By – George Moore , Houston Photo Booth, Zane North
- Producer – Ben Vaughn
- Typography – Andrij Witiuk, Marcus Moody
- Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Organ, Piano – Ben Vaughn
NotesSpiritual Advisor: Andy Paley
Morningstar Communications, Springhouse, PA
Ardent Studios, Memphis, Tenn.
Castle Recording, Franklin, Tenn.
LSI Recording, Nashville, Tenn.
Water Music, Hoboken, N.J.
Marshall Crenshaw courtesy of Warner Bros.
John Hiatt courtesy of A&M.
Gordon Gano courtesy of Slash.
Peter Holsapple courtesy of RCA.
Foster & Lloyd courtesy of Enigma.
Andy Bresnan courtesy of Texas Hotel.
Alex Chilton courtesy of The Boxtops.
Inner sleeve photo with caption: "Dedicated to Sonny & The Geator"
"Mamagement (sp.): David Reckner & Howard Kramer/Raw Ltd."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 018777 353922
- Matrix / Runout: 73539-2 (V) MASTERED BY NIMBUS
|7 73539-4||Ben Vaughn||Dressed In Black (Cass, Album, Dol)||Enigma Records||7 73539-4||US||1990|
|FIEND 166||Ben Vaughn||Dressed In Black (LP, Album)||Demon Records||FIEND 166||UK||1990|
|FIEND CD 166||Ben Vaughn||Dressed In Black (CD, Album)||Demon Records||FIEND CD 166||UK||1990|