Sunshine In My Rainy Day Mind - The Primitives - Echoes And Rhymes (CD, Album)

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  1. Melmaran
    Feb 04,  · The album features a bunch of classic covers that includes cuts by Reparata & The Delrons, Sue Lyon, Legrand Mellon, Polly Niles, Jackie DeShannon, Gordon Lightfoot, Adam & Eve, Bonnie St. Claire, Laura Ulmer, Dana Gillespie, Sandy Posey, Little Ann, Shocking Blue, and She Trinity. Barcode and Other Identifiers/5(9).
  2. Memi
    The long-awaited fourth proper album release by The Primitives. If you haven't seen any physical copies of this title, it's because 'Echoes & Rhymes' is on a Spanish label - Elefant Records and I was informed that they are usually extremely hard to find. No matter, the download is just as good/5(17).
  3. Akikree
    The release of their album Echoes and Rhymes confirms this suspicion. It's made up of covers of fairly obscure girl-fronted songs from the s and sounds super poppy, but has a nice noisy bite too.7/
  4. Tusar
    Feb 04,  · referencing Echoes And Rhymes, CD, Album, Dig, ER Usually when bands get back on the circuit it's not worth the effort to get with their groove, that's always assuming they still got one, but somehow The Primitives have captured the old sound and took it 4/5(25).
  5. Gut
    The Primitives, Echoes and Rhymes - Echoes And Rhymes The Primitives' first incarnation, in the late '80s, was an exemplar of its guitar-driven indie-pop moment. Still, guitarist P.J. Court and singer Tracy Tracy always had deep roots in the music of the mid '60s, and the forgotten byways of the singles bins meant more to them than the high-profile hits.
  6. Digami
    Echoes & Rhymes - CD album The first Primitives album since showcasing covers of songs by lesser known 60′s and early 70's female fronted bands and solo singers. I never thought I’d be sat here raving about a new album by The Primitives. 04 Sunshine In My Rainy Day Mind 05 Till You Say You’ll Be Mine 06 I’m Not Sayin'
  7. Gar
    Echoes And Rhymes is a concept covers album, on which they revisit songs from semi-obscure bands from the '60s with women lead singers. From Garage to Psychedelia, with touches of Soul and Sunshine Pop, multiple styles come together to form a special type of compilation, revisited with all the love and affection and energy of The Primitives/5(17).
  8. Mile
    And my eyes can’t look ahead only look behind I know you’re there And you’ll always be there You’re the sunshine in my rainy day mind When the walls around me start to move in closer And the wheels inside my head begin to grind I need you dear And you’ll always be here You’re the sunshine in my rainy day mind Talking to me Playing.

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