William Bloke is the seventh album by alternative folk artist Billy Bragg, released in 1996, five years after his last studio album. The lyrics to "A Pict Song" are by English poet Rudyard Kipling. The lyrics to "Goalhanger" use the first verse of "The Little Man Who Wasn't There". All tracks composed by Billy Bragg; except where indicated. Everybody Loves You Babe". A Pict Song" (words: Rudyard Kipling).
Band Name Billy Bragg. Album Name William Bloke. Labels Polydor Elektra Records Cooking Vinyl. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album0. 3. Everybody Loves You Babe. 版公司 Polydor Elektra Records Cooking Vinyl. Other productions from Billy Bragg.
Billy Bragg – William Bloke. Label: Outside Music – OUT9022. Format: 2 CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered.
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William Bloke was Bragg's sparest and most musically concise album since Talking with the Taxman About Poetry, and beyond the upbeat and horn-fueled "Upfield" and the loopy ska of the set closer, "Goalhanger," most of the songs feature little besides Billy's voice and guitar (or in the case of "Everybody Loves You Babe," Billy's voice and a piano). way Billy Bragg usually sounds. While the piss-and-vinegar adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's "A Pict Song" and the cheerful wrath of "Goalhanger" indicate the old Billy wasn't gone for good, there's a lingering air of defeat and dashed hopes that permeates William Bloke, and the songs lack the generosity and rabble-rousing brio of his best work.
By: Billy Bragg (1996, Rock). More albums from Billy Bragg: Bill’s Bargains, Going To A Party Way Down South by Billy Bragg. Bloke On Bloke by Billy Bragg. The Peel Session Album by Billy Bragg. The Peel Sessions by Billy Bragg. Talking With The Taxman About Poetry by Billy Bragg. Life’s A Riot With Spy Vs Spy by Billy Bragg. Mr Love & Justice by Billy Bragg. Bridges Not Walls by Billy Bragg. View all albums . William Bloke. By: Billy Bragg (1996, Rock).
Artists Billy Bragg William Bloke. William Bloke Billy Bragg. This album has an average beat per minute of 120 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 84/199 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist William Bloke.
|1||From Red To Blue||3:21|
|3||Everybody Loves You Babe||3:10|
|5||A Pict Song||4:56|
|7||The Space Race Is Over||4:26|
|8||Northern Industrial Town||2:58|
|9||The Fourteenth Of February||3:27|
|10||King James Version||3:22|
|COOK CD 100||Billy Bragg||William Bloke (CD, Album)||Cooking Vinyl||COOK CD 100||UK & Europe||1996|
|COOK C 100||Billy Bragg||William Bloke (Cass, Album)||Cooking Vinyl||COOK C 100||UK||1996|
|61935-2||Billy Bragg||William Bloke (CD, Album)||Elektra||61935-2||US||1996|
|D31645||Billy Bragg||William Bloke (CD, Album)||Mushroom||D31645||Australia||1996|
|76974 2101-4||Billy Bragg||William Bloke (Cass, Album)||Polydor, Cooking Vinyl||76974 2101-4||Canada||1996|