Beautiful - Carole King - Tapestry (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Kunkel was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania [1] but by the age of nine he moved to Southern California. There, he was part of an orchestra at the local elementary school.

Prior to moving, he was influenced by his brother and the song " Wipe Out " to play drums. During his high school years he lived in Long Beach, California. He played for approximately six different bands, including the Barons, and appeared at many sock hops and high school dances, playing surf music and Beatles songs. In his last two years of high school he was a jazz drummer and later worked for John Stewart and the Kingston Trio.

InKunkel moved to Los Angeles. He joined the band Things to Come and performed in Hollywood. Inwhen Jimi Hendrix 's album Are You Experienced came out, Kunkel was impressed by Hendrix's playing style and they became good friends. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Woman Pt. Share This:. About Latest Posts. Best Classic Bands Staff. Latest posts by Best Classic Bands Staff see all.

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Drums Turn Me Loose Hey Memphis Halfway To Paradise You Never Talked About Me Every Breath I Take Rag Doll Silly, Isn't It? It's Been Nice Shake Shake Sherry Stampede Oh Carol Hushabye Tracks of Disc 2 1. Will You Love Me 2. Counting Teardrops 3. Just Another Fool 4. Warpaint 5. Don't Ever Change 6. I Wanna Surrender 8.

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We wanted the record to be less vague, open-ended, atmospheric and impressionistic. To make it more straightforward, focused and concise. U2 wanted to build on the textures of The Unforgettable Fire Beautiful - Carole King - Tapestry (Vinyl, but in contrast to that record's often out-of-focus experimentation, they sought a harder-hitting sound within the limitations of conventional song structures.

The Edge recalled it as a difficult period with a sense of "going nowhere", although Bono was set on America as a theme for the album. Intending to release an album in late Album), U2 set up a studio in January of that year in Danesmoate Housea Georgian house in RathfarnhamIreland, in the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains. A makeshift control room with tape machines, a mixing consoleand other outboard equipment was set up in Danesmoate's dining room, with the adjacent drawing room used for recording and performing.

To aid in sound isolation, gobos were built in the drawing room, although the production staff still faced issues with audio spill from the monitor speakers. Lanois said that due to the setup, "you have to make a commitment to what you put down and either use it or throw it all away.

U2's initial time at Danesmoate was spent recording and refining "extensive demos" that the Edge anticipated could turn into final backing tracks. Meegan said of Eno's involvement: "Usually he was in first every morning and he'd start some dodgy sequence on his DX-7 [synthesiser]—it would be just like a cello line with no intentions of ever staying forever, just something to inspire people when they walked into the room.

The producers encouraged an interest in older songs, especially American roots music. More contemporary references included the textural guitar work of the Smiths and My Bloody Valentine. The band's musical vocabulary had improved after their previous album, facilitating communication and collaboration with the production team.

The band found Danesmoate to have a very creative atmosphere, but according to the Edge, they "just couldn't settle in". The large drawing room, with a tall ceiling and wooden floors, created an "ear-splitting" drum sound that caused issues for the group. In my opinion it was the most rock and roll room of the lot. Over the course of recording The Joshua Treethe band twice paused to participate in benefit concerts.

The band in particular were labelled hypocrites for their participation. On 3 July, the band experienced a tragedy when Greg Carroll, their roadie and Bono's personal assistant, was killed in a motorcycle accident in Dublin. On 1 AugustU2 regrouped in Dublin to resume work on the album and begin the recording stage proper.

I think there were a lot of headaches, isolating people and having to build baffles around the place. Lanois said that most of the record was done there, [16] and that it was the preferred location for mixing. Robertson was in Ireland to complete his self-titled debut solo album that he had begun with Lanois. As the sessions progressed, U2 attempted to record a suitable take of the song " Where the Streets Have No Name ", which began as a demo that the Edge had composed by himself.

However, the group struggled with the chord and time signature shifts, [32] forcing significant "screwdriver work" to fix a recorded version of the song. Ultimately, the erasure never occurred. The vocalist had another set of lyrics for most of the record, but the other group members were dissatisfied with them, forcing rewrites. After a creative spurt in October resulted in new song ideas, [35] Bono proposed that the group release a double album.

There was this one album, the 'blues' album that Bono was talking about, and another, much more 'European', which is kind of the way I was led. If we even consider any of them we'll still be here in three months time. Rough mixes had been created throughout the sessions after each song was recorded to, in Lanois' words, take "snapshots along the way The final weeks were a frantic rush to finish, with the band and production crew all suffering from exhaustion.

Eno and Flood had minimal involvement with the final mixes, [16] as they had other commitments. Facing understaffing, [18] in late December, U2 hired Steve Lillywhiteproducer of their first three albums, to remix the potential singles and make them more appealing to commercial radio. On the night before the 15 January deadline set by Island Records to complete the record, the band and the crew completed mixing.

The band told her to put "Where the Streets Have No Name" first and "Mothers of the Disappeared" last, with the rest sequenced according to her preference. It wasn't happening for The Joshua Tree and she came in and she organized it and it worked as an old-fashioned album: a beginning, middle and end. In the morning, Meegan and Lillywhite flew with the album's tapes to Island's offices in HammersmithLondon. Following the completion of the album proper, Beautiful - Carole King - Tapestry (Vinyl returned to the studio with Meegan and McCarthy to complete the new material they had shelved in October.

The track was re-recorded as a single for the group's compilation The Best of — After completing The Joshua TreeBono said that he was "as pleased with the record as I can ever be pleased with a record", calling The Joshua Tree their most complete album since their debut.

U2 is credited with composing all of The Joshua Tree ' s music. The Edge's guitar playing on The Joshua Tree is characteristic of what came to be his trademark sound. His minimalist style sharply contrasted with the emphasis placed on virtuosity and speed by heavy metal in the s. The Edge views musical notes as "expensive", preferring to play as few of them as possible and to instead focus on simpler parts that serve the moods of the songs. The Edge continued to employ the ambient techniques of guitar playing that he used on The Unforgettable Fire ; for "With or Without You", he used a prototype of the Infinite Guitar to add layers of sustained notes, an approach he first took on his solo album, the Captive soundtrack.

Much like on past records, Bono exhibits an expressive, open-throated vocal delivery, [59] which many critics described as "passionate". Paul's picks. Graham's picks. Recent Releases. View Product Quick View. Select options. Various Artists Scott Pilgrim vs.

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  1. referencing Tapestry, LP, Album, Unofficial, TD Found this pressing of Carole King - Tapestry in a printed paper sleeve at a random ice cream shop in Grantsville, UT. Very interesting find and apparently illegal to sell on Discogs!

  2. The Consummate Version of Tapestry: Deluxe Audiophile Pressing Limited to 10, Numbered Copies (Limit 2 Per Household). Carole King's Tapestry is the rare record that plays in your head the moment its title, cover art, or songs are mentioned. Ranked the 36th Greatest Album of All Time by Rolling Stone, it is the singer-songwriter LP you'd bring to the proverbial desert island .

  3. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. It Might As Well Rain Until September (Dimension D) - Carole King; 2. Up On The Roof (Atlantic ) - The Drifters; 3. The Loco-Motion (Dimension D) - .

  4. The album debuted at #4 in the US in , giving James Taylor a top 10 album every decade since the ’s and Carole King her first top 10 album since The album is now available for the first time in HiRes and on vinyl (2-LP set on g vinyl pressed at .

  5. In Kunkel helped James Taylor to record the Sweet Baby James album. In Kunkel worked with Gerry Goffin, Gary Hart, and Carole King on the Tapestry album, which became a classic. From to Kunkel worked with Joni Mitchell on .

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  7. The Joshua Tree is the fifth studio album by Irish rock band was produced by Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno, and was released on 9 March on Island contrast to the ambient experimentation of their release, The Unforgettable Fire, the band aimed for a harder-hitting sound within the limitation of conventional song structures on The Joshua Tree.

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