The Blue Sky Boys - Lord, Be With Us-Amen / The New Golden Rule FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Lord, Be With Us-Amen / The New Golden Rule
FLAC version ZIP size: 1391 mb
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WMA version ZIP size: 1211 mb
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Sky Blue Sky is the sixth studio album by American rock band Wilco, released on May 15, 2007 by Nonesuch Records. Originally announced on January 17, 2007 at a show in Nashville, Tennessee, it was the band's first studio album with guitarist Nels Cline and t Pat Sansone.
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The Blue Sky Boys were an American country music duo consisting of the brothers Earl Bolick (born November 16, 1919 - died April 19, 1998) and Bill Bolick (born October 28, 1917 - died March 13, 2008), whose careers spanned over forty years. The brothers were born and raised in East Hickory, North Carolina, as the fourth and fifth sibling in a family of six children. Their parents, who were deeply religious and belonging to the "First Church of God", taught them to sing hymns and gospel music.
The Blue Sky Boys were an American country music duo consisting of the brothers Earl Bolick (November 16, 1919 – April 19, 1998) and Bill Bolick (October 28, 1917 – March 13, 2008), whose careers spanned over forty years.
The band recorded the album at Studio 301 in Byron Bay, New South Wales, beginning in June 2009, and completing the recording in August. The group's drummer Jon Coghill announced the name of the album on 11 September 2009. The crowd was recorded at the 2009 Splendour in the Grass for the song "Think It Over". The first single to be released was "All of the Dreamers", which was released on 16 October 2009.
Bullet the Blue Sky is one of the band’s most overtly political songs, with live performances often being heavily critical of political conflicts and violence. It is U2’s 7th-most-played live song with almost 650 live appearances. The song was used in the trailer for the movie The Kingdom. Bullet The Blue Sky" Track Info. Mixing Steve Lillywhite. Release Date March 9, 1987. Sampled In. Novocaine Rhapsody by Dean Gray.
|A||Lord, Be With Us-Amen|
|B||The New Golden Rule|