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Pas/Cal - The Handbag Memoirs FLAC album


Performer: Pas/Cal
Genre: Rock / Pop music
Title: The Handbag Memoirs
Released: 2002
Style: Indie Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1712 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1430 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1949 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Blissful popsters Pas/Cal debuted their graceful pop sound with The Handbag Memoirs EP in 2002. Having impressed Le Grand Magistery owner Matthew Jacobson with their demo, the Detroit band quickly polished the six songs that would construct this impressive first effort. Opening with the cleverly titled "The Bronze Beached Boys (Come on Let's Go)," the song encapsulates the band's light and lively pop sound, rising and falling in unabashed glee, led by Casimer Pascal's brooding, falsetto lead vocals

The album's refined pop reaches its peak on the blissfully catchy "I Wanna Take You Out in Your Holiday Sweater," with Mortain adding a festive trumpet throughout. The song, and most of the disc, screams of a return to indie pop's past, most notably to Holiday's unabashed optimism. The instrumental "Marion/Mariam" stands out as a textured intermission, and "This Ain't for Everyone" closes out the disc with the band's thoughtful, acoustic contemplation

The album's refined pop reaches its peak on the blissfully catchy "I Wanna Take You Out in Your Holiday Sweater," with Mortain adding a festive trumpet throughout. The instrumental "Marion/Mariam" stands out as a textured intermission, and "This Ain't for Everyone" closes out the disc with the band's thoughtful, acoustic contemplation

1. The Bronze Beached Boys (Come on Let's Go). 3:430:30. Listen to The Handbag Memoirs in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

PAS/CAL Lyrics The Bronze Beached Boys (Come On Let's Go)Lyrics I'd Bet My Life That You Bet Your LifeLyrics I Wanna Take You Out In Your Holiday SweaterLyrics Grown Men Go GoLyrics Marion/MariamLyrics This Ain't For EveryoneLyrics. Album list I Was Raised On Matthew, Mark, Luke & Laura. Oh Honey, We're Ridiculous - EP. The Handbag Memoirs - EP. Previous Page Mojim.

Pas/Cal ‎– The Handbag Memoirs. Label: Le Grand Magistery ‎– HRH-031. I had no conscious work to do on the book at all. I simply went into a trance three times a week, spoke in a "mediumistic" capacity for Pas/Cal, or as Pas/Cal, and dictated the words to Le Grand Magistery, who wrote them down. Matrix, Runout: 3804-HRH031 10172.

The Handbag Memoirs lyrics. Let’s spill it out on your brother’s bed Some crumpled notes you said you never should have read OH YEAH! A pocketbook with a broken mirror Y’know, a few of these things I haven’t seen in years. What’s that beneath those old receipts Looks like a photo of you before you knew me And who’s that old postcard from It’s from a place I never ever even heard of. Ba bop ba bah ba-ba bah Ba bop ba bah ba ba-ba-ba

PAS/CAL - I Wanna Take You Out In Your Holiday Sweater Lyrics. Album: The Handbag Memoirs - EP. Genre: Rock. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive.

Cal is a soundtrack album by British singer-songwriter and guitarist Mark Knopfler, released on 24 August 1984 by Vertigo Records. The album contains music composed for the 1984 film Cal, produced by David Puttnam and directed by Pat O'Connor. Puttnam also produced the film Local Hero (1983).

Tracklist

1 The Bronze Beached Boys (Come On Let's Go) 3:43
2 I'd Bet My Life That You Bet Your Life 3:13
3 I Wanna Take You Out In Your Holiday Sweater 3:54
4 Grown Men Go-Go 1:05
5 Marion/Mariam 4:01
6 This Ain't For Everyone 3:50

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – Darla

Credits

  • Backing Vocals – The First James Last Singers (tracks: 1, 2)
  • Design – Alchemy
  • Drums [Drum Kit], Electric Piano [Rhodes], Trumpet, Backing Vocals – LTD
  • Lead Guitar, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Handclaps, Bells, Photography – Gene
  • Mixed By, Mastered By – Jay Kuehn*
  • Photography – Bem
  • Producer, Arranged By, Composed By, Performer [Performed By] – Pas/Cal
  • Recorded By, Voice, Rhythm Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, Organ, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Drums [Drum Kit], Drum Machine, Bells, Trombone, Handclaps [Hand Percussion], Arranged By [String Arrangement], Producer – Casimer Pascal
  • Trumpet – Dan Ladouceur (tracks: 4), Mortain (tracks: 2, 3)

Notes

Recorded at Recordings, East Dearborn

I'm very proud to publish this book under my own name, though I really don't fully understand the mechanics of its production or the nature of the personality I assume in delivering it. I had no conscious work to do on the book at all. I simply went into a trance three times a week, spoke in a "mediumistic" capacity for Pas/Cal, or as Pas/Cal, and dictated the words to Le Grand Magistery, who wrote them down.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 3804-HRH031 10172