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Steve Wynn - Sketches In Spain FLAC album


Performer: Steve Wynn
Genre: Rock / Pop music
Title: Sketches In Spain
Released: 2014
Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1330 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1803 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1317 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 298
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The best album by Steve Wynn is My Midnight which is ranked number 8345 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 175. Steve Wynn album bestography. Steve Wynn - Sketches in Spain.

Sketches of Spain is an album by Miles Davis, recorded between November 1959 and March 1960 at the Columbia 30th Street Studio in New York City

The song 'Never Been To Spain' by Steve Wynn has a tempo of 99 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Sketches in Spain'.

Album Notes: Liner Notes. Don't think of this music as a reissue because it's not a lost classic that got ignored the first time around.

So this CD is the first official . release of this material.

Songs from Sketches of Spain by Harmonie Ensemble New York, Lew Soloff. Free download and listen Sketches of Spain.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 I'm Not Listening
2 Quarantine
3 Super 8
4 Free Love
5 My Cross To Bear
6 Kickstart My Jacknife
7 The Hollywood Sign
8 Smack Dab
9 Never Been To Spain
Written-By – Hoyt Axton
10 Lavender Foam
11 Suddenly
12 The King Of Riverside Park
13 The Last One Standing
14 Underneath The Radar
15 On The Town
16 Otb
17 Black Is Black
Written-By – Steve Wadey, Anthony Hayes*
18 Claro Que Sí
19 Sometimes Before I Die

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Omnivore Entertainment Group, LLC.
  • Licensed To – Omnivore Recordings
  • Marketed By – Omnivore Recordings
  • Manufactured By – Omnivore Recordings
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Steve Wynn
  • Copyright (c) – Omnivore Recordings
  • Pressed By – Cinram, Olyphant, PA – Z127769
  • Recorded At – Paco Loco Studios
  • Recorded At – Odds Norte
  • Recorded At – Estudios Odds-Sur
  • Recorded At – Up There Studios
  • Mixed At – Headgear Studios
  • Mixed At – Odds Norte
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Mastered At – Estudios Odds-Sur
  • Mastered At – Lurssen Mastering

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design – Greg Allen
  • Band [Australian Blonde] – Fran Fernández*, Paco Martínez, Steve Wynn, Tito Valdes*
  • Band [Smack Dab] – Linda Pitmon, Paco Loco, Steve Wynn
  • Booklet Editor [Editorial] – Eileen Lucero
  • Coordinator [Coordinated For Release By] – Pat Thomas
  • Legal [Licensing] – Bryan George
  • Liner Notes – Pat Thomas
  • Mastered By – Gavin Lurssen, John "Tanger Pudding" Agnello* (tracks: 11 to 19), Reuben Cohen, Steve Fallone (tracks: 1 to 10)
  • Mixed By – John Agnello (tracks: 1 to 10)
  • Photography By [Booklet Page 2] – Jose Girl
  • Producer – Paco Loco (tracks: 11 to 19)
  • Research [Project Assistance] – Audrey Bilger, Brad Rosenberger, Cheryl Pawelski, Dutch Cramblitt, Lee Lodyga, Nikki Nieves
  • Written-By – Francisco Fernández (tracks: 11), Paco Loco (tracks: 12 to 16, 19), Smack Dab (tracks: 1 to 8, 10), Steve Wynn (tracks: 11 to 16, 18, 19)

Notes

Sticker on shrink wrap states:
"19 "new" songs by Steve Wynn (The Dream Syndicate) previously only available in Spain, where they were recorded!"

Tracks 1 - 10 originally issued on the Smack Dab release Smack Dab (Houston Party Records HPR 142, 2007)
Tracks 11 - 19 originally issued on the Australian Blonde Featuring Steve Wynn release Momento (Astro Discos A-043, 2000)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 16651 01623 5
  • Barcode (Scanned): 816651016235
  • Matrix / Runout: M0S1 Z127769 4 OMV2 101623-2 01
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L909
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2U91
Thetath
Steve Wynn, late of the legendary band Dream Syndicate, and currently, seeming to be all things to all people, hits us with a massive undertaking, consisting of 19 tracks, creating a rock opus of sorts, with a sly nod to the brilliant Miles Davis album “Sketches Of Spain.” Steve’s take on the whole issue simply revolves around the fact that the album was recorded “in” Spain, though one track denies this, and unlike Miles, there’s no Spanish influence ... other than the stylish bull on the cover, that again, evokes a visual image of “Sketches of Spain.” What Wynn’s album does emulate, is the stylish sonic palette created by European new-wave and dance club singles.If you live or have visited in the EU, and it mattered to you, you may have heard this release in its original formate, drawn from of two albums recorded between 2001 and 2009, and never seeing the American shores until collected here ... and I can assure you, it’s a monster to swim through. There are deep riffs, unexpected vocals, unheard of arrangements, at times harking back images of Dream Syndicate, and at others, forcing me to question whether Steve even remembers those heady days, when he fired up a band who were sincerely one of the darlings of the industry, an indie grand slam, where he fronted a group of musicians who simply never had to pay their dues. What did surprise me, was how much I felt the presence of Lou Reed while listening to these tracks ... and also David Byrne, which I can’t explain, though you’ll understand it when you hear it.This release is surly going to further divide the Wynn camps, but those camps have been under division for a very long time. Wynn himself describes his career as a “beautiful mess,” and as I revisit the lines “I’ll make a toast to the flesh, and not a ghost,” I can’t help but feel happy that I’m able to walk between those two camps. It’s like tap dancing on a land mine, and the results are explosive.Review by Jenell Kesler

Berkohi
I have to disagree with this review regarding the statement "there’s no Spanish influence ... other than the stylish bull on the cover". Apart from being recorded in Spain, half of the album is in collaboration with a Spanish alternative rock band, Australian Blonde, 10 songs were written by a Spanish musician, song writer, and producer nicknamed as Paco Loco, welll-known in the Spain's underground music scene, who also produces the part of the album recorded with Australian Blonde. Also, Black is black song is a version, although almost unrecognizable, of a famous hit by the Spanish group Los Bravos from the 60's. So I see the title perfectly fit.