So many artists, so little time. Here's a daily roundup with a bunch of interesting, newly released songs in one place. Snoop Dogg pays tribute to the late Nipsey Hussle one day ahead of what would've been his 35th birthday August 15 with this gospel-tinged new song. The song is a country classic, it feels like we've known it forever. Because of the situation with COVID, sadly, the theme of the song has never felt more relevant than it does today. Like a few of the previous singles, it finds them churning out arena-sized heartland rock and sounding more refreshed than they have in years. The genre-hopping Miley Cyrus embraces bouncy '80s synthpop on her first new single of , "Midnight Sky," which she tells Billboard is about fighting the stigma of divorce and which comes with a self-directed video inspired by Stevie Nicks, Joan Jett and Debbie Harry. The original is already pretty ethereal and atmospheric, but this version is even more so.
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The title refers to Naalagiagvik, a place on the coast of the Arctic Ocean where, according to legend, a spiritually attuned Inupiaq woman went to hear the voices of birds, whales, and unseen things around her. You sit on a bench before five glass panels, which change color according to the time of day and the season. What you notice first is a dense, organlike sonority, which Adams has named the Day Choir. Its notes follow the contour of the natural harmonic series—the rainbow of overtones that emanate from a vibrating string—and have the brightness of music in a major key. In overcast weather, the harmonies are relatively narrow in range; when the sun comes out, they stretch across four octaves.
It was recorded during and released early in following year on the Verve Folkways imprint of the Verve Records label. The name of the label was later changed to Verve Forecast and the album was re-issued on that label as The First Songs in This re-issue has a different track order and revised cover design. It peaked at 97 on the Billboard , then known as the Pop Albums chart. Columbia Records re-issued The First Songs with all-new cover art featuring a rose illustration in In , the album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. The album was recorded in the fall of with Herb Bernstein as arranger and Milton Okun producing. There was some uncertainty about Nyro's ability to lead the musicians by playing piano. As a result, pianist Stan Free was hired, and Nyro was encouraged to play the guitar instead, which she rejected.
So many artists, so little time. Here's a daily roundup with a bunch of interesting, newly released songs in one place. Elvis Costello has shared a third song from the session he recorded in Helsinki, Finland earlier this year. Like the two that came before, there's some production going on here, in addition to Elvis' expected songcraft. John Dwyer changes the way his band's name is spelled almost as often as they put out records. For those keeping score, it's now Osees and their new album Protean Threat is out September Dwyer says, "looking at all the extraordinary death in the world now you have to wonder, have you lived your best life? It's never too late to start. The genuinely massive super deluxe edition of Prince's Sign O' the Times is out in September and here's another of the 63 previously unreleased tracks that are part of it.