Review: Kings Of The Earth- “Like A Ghost”

This is the forth single from a Nashville based band only formed last year. Like their first release, “Landing On The Moon”, there is distinct indie feel (think bands like Kodaline and you will be close), and like the debut, the subject is female focused, liking the subject to a ghost who comes and goes! It is a very atmospheric song, with closed miked vocals and is beautifully produced. Their music has so far in resulted in 40k streaming listeners and 37,000 YouTube views… we can only expect more with this song. Available at digital outlets from February 21st 2020

8/10

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All You Need To Know About Creedence Clearwater Revival: Up Around The Bend — AMERICA ON COFFEE

“Up Around the Bend” is a song recorded by the American band Creedence Clearwater Revival, and written by the band’s lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter John Fogerty. The song was composed and recorded only a few days prior to the band’s April 1970 European tour and was included on the album Cosmo’s Factory. Released as […]

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All You Need To Know About ELO “Sweet Talkin’ Woman” — AMERICA ON COFFEE

 

“Sweet Talkin’ Woman” is a 1978 single by Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) from the album Out of the Blue. Its original title was “Dead End Street”, but it was changed during recording, perhaps to avoid confusion with a 1966 hit of the same title by The Kinks. Some words that survived from that version can […]

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All You Need To Know About Blondie – Heart Of Glass — AMERICA ON COFFEE

“Heart of Glass” is a song by American new wave band Blondie, written by singer Debbie Harry and guitarist Chris Stein. Featured on the band’s third studio album, Parallel Lines (1978), it was released as the album’s third single in January 1979 and topped the charts in several countries, including the United States and the […]

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All You Need To Know About Queen “You’re My Best Friend” — AMERICA ON COFFEE

You’re My Best Friend’ is a song by the British rock band Queen, The song was originally released in 1975 on the album ‘A Night At The Opera’ It was written by the band’s bass player, John Deacon, who wrote the song for and about his wife. In this song, he plays a Wurlitzer electric piano in addition to his bass […]

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All You Need To Know About Stevie Wonder – Uptight (Everything’s Alright) — AMERICA ON COFFEE

“Uptight (Everything’s Alright)” is a 1966 hit single recorded by Stevie Wonder for the Tamla (Motown) label.[2] One of his most popular early singles, “Uptight (Everything’s Alright)” was the first Stevie Wonder hit single to be co-written by the artist. The single was a watershed in Wonder’s career for several reasons. Aside from the number-one […]

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All You Need To Know About “I’M NOT IN LOVE – 10cc” — AMERICA ON COFFEE

I’M NOT IN LOVE – 10cc: 1972–76: Original line-up Undeterred by Apple’s rejection, the group decided to plug another song which had been written as a possible B-side to “Waterfall”, a Godley/Creme composition entitled “Donna”. The song was a Frank Zappa-influenced 1950s doo-wop parody, a sharp mix of commercial pop and irony with a chorus […]

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