Life's What You Make It" is a song by the English band Talk Talk. It was released as a single in 1985, the first from the band's album The Colour of Spring. The single was a hit in the UK, peaking at No. 16, and charted in numerous other countries, often reaching the Top 20. Artist James Marsh created the single's cover illustration. The track was re-released as a single in 1990, charting for a second time.
Everything's all right) Life's what you make it (Everything's all right). Baby, life's what you make it Don't backdate it Baby, don't try to shade it Beauty's naked. Everything's all right) Life's what you make it (Everything's all right) What you make it. Baby, life's what you make it Celebrate it, anticipate it Yesterday's faded, nothing can change it Life's what you make it. (Everything's all right) Life's what you make it (Everything's all right) Life's what. The song was one of the last created for The Colour of Spring, as the band’s management was concerned about the lack of an obvious lead single for the album at that time. Life’s What You Make It" Track Info. Written By Tim Friese-Greene & Mark Hollis.
Covers are a high priority on this album; the title track is a vibrant cover of Talk Talk's '80s hit, and Moten also turns her attention to the Rascals' "People Got to Be Free," and the Police's "When the World Is Running Down. Thankfully, she is smart enough to do something different with these songs instead of trying to provide carbon copies of the original versions. People Got to Be Free," for example, becomes a slow ballad in Moten's hands, which is quite a contrast to the exuberance of the Rascals' 1968 version.
Главная Переводы песен P Placebo Life's What You Make It. 6 7 8 9. Life's What You Make It (оригинал Placebo). Жизнь такая, какой ты её делаешь (перевод VeeWai). Baby, life's what you make it, Детка, жизнь такая, какой ты её делаешь, Can't escape it.
Pop Art was the art of popular culture. It was the visual art movement that characterized a sense of optimism during the post war consumer boom of the 1950's and 1960's. It coincided with the globalization of pop music and youth culture, personified by Elvis and the Beatles. Pop Art was brash, young and fun and hostile to the artistic establishment. It included different styles of painting and sculpture from various countries, but what they all had in common was an interest in mass-media, mass-production and mass-culture
An album art video is simply a YouTube video consisting of the audio of one of your songs and an image of the associated album cover. If you really want to get fancy you can create a slideshow using band photos and show posters, but no need to get carried away; if you have an extensive back catalog of tunes, the key will be to create these videos, upload them to your YouTube channel, and start earning money as quickly as possible. Here’s an example of an album art video for one of my songs (which some of you might recognize as the theme music to CD Baby’s DIY Musician Podcast): So, how do you.
The front page of the New Musical Express dated 13th October 1984 read ZTT-Warriors Of Pop Or Theatre Of Hype? The answer to both of those questions in 2012 is a simple yes. The hype was justified as once you listen the latest in The Art Of The 12 series it all becomes very clear why. As you may know The Art Of The 12, Volume Two is number SALVOMDCD27 in Salvo’s catalogue and number 21 in ZTT’s Element Series
|1||–Billy Idol||Mother Dawn||5:02|
|2||–Talk Talk||Life's What You Make It||4:26|
|3||–Stevie Nicks||Ooh My Love||5:02|
|5||–Power Station*||Harvest For The World||3:37|
|6||–Loose Ends||Golden Years||3:36|
|7||–Duran Duran||American Science||4:42|
|9||–Re-Flex||The Politics Of Dancing||4:13|
|10||–Living In A Box||Blow The House Down||4:16|
|12||–China Crisis||Arizona Sky||5:24|
|14||–Wilson Phillips||Release Me||4:51|
|15||–Danny Wilson||If You Really Love Me Let Me Go||4:17|
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