Since 2004 The Blue Van has been touring most parts of the world. In between touring – counting not only 200+ shows in US - but also numerous concerts in Europe and Japan, they've had time to put out 4 critically acclaimed albums - The full throttle mod’ster album "The Art Of Rolling" (2005), the more organic west coast manifesto "Dear Independence" 2007), the more symphonic guitar-driven album Man Up (2008) and the new Love Shot. 5th. full length "Would You Change Your Life?" will be released fall 2012.
Labels Iceberg Records. Music StyleBlues Rock. Members owning this album0. 2. Would You Change Your Life. 3. Harder Than a Diamond. 8. I Thought You Liked Me. 9. Zeroes. 11. Take What You Need. 13. An Eagle Dropping an Elephant.
The Blue Hour is the eighth studio album by English alternative rock band Suede. The album was released on 21 September 2018. It was the first Suede album since A New Morning not to be produced by longtime producer Ed Buller, and the first to be produced by Alan Moulder. The concept for The Blue Hour began in May 2016, when lead singer Brett Anderson, guitarist Richard Oakes and keyboardist Neil Codling wrote the song "Mistress"; a song about a boy's realisation of his father's affair.
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A Session With the Blue Van. 1. 2005. 2006. 2008. Man Up. 2010.
A Session With the Blue Van Album Cover Art. Tracklist. 2 I Remember the Days. 3 What the Young People Want. 4. The Remains of Sir Mason.
The Blue Van, comprised of Steffen Westmark (vocals/guitars), Søren V. Christensen (keyboards), Allan Villadsen (bass) and Per Jørgensen (drums), have slogged it out in the rock scene in both America and their native Denmark for a decade. There have been global ups, downs, ebbs and flows. Their first release was the 2001-recorded and self-funded EP, A Session With The Blue Van. After playing different concerts around the world, as well as the SPOT and Roskilde festival in Denmark, the band landed a management deal with the Danish indie record company Iceberg Records. In the autumn of 2003, The Blue Van recorded their debut album, The Art of Rolling (2005), in Hamburg. Man Up was a multi-faceted album with a hi-fi-feeling, although the basic tracks were still recorded live. It was a rebirth of an experienced studio band, which also excelled onstage with the raw garage rock hymns.
On Sky Blue, a posthumous album released the week he would’ve turned 75, underscores the notion of a songbook, Townes Van Zandt rifles through his drafts and recent work, punctuating his original work with covers. Van Zandt recorded the 11 tracks that comprise Sky Blue in 1973 with Bill Hedgepeth, a journalist who also was one of the singer-songwriter’s buddies. At the time, Van Zandt had just wrapped up his run at Poppy with The Late Great Townes Van Zandt. Nobody knew it at the time, but there was more than a kernel of truth in that title.
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