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Carly Simon - Songs From The Trees (A Musical Memoir Collection) (2015) 320/Lossless

26-12-2015, 07:25
Pop | Folk | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Songs From The Trees (A Musical Memoir Collection)
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Rhino/Elektra
Genre: Pop, Pop Rock, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: 320/Flac
Total Time: 01:52:56
Total Size: 272/692 Mb


Disc 1
01. Boys In The Trees
02. Winken', Blinkin' And Nod (Performed by The Simon Sisters - Carly Simon & Lucy Simon)
03. Orpheus
04. Older Sister
05. It Was So Easy
06. Embrace Me, You Child
07. Hello Big Man
08. Two Hot Girls (On A Hot Summer Night)
09. It Happens Everyday
10. His Friends Are More Than Fond Of Robin
11. I'm All It Takes To Make You Happy
12. That's The Way I've Always Heard It Should Be
13. I've Got To Have You
14. Anticipation
15. Legend In Your Own Time
16. Three Days

Disc 2
01. Julie Through The Glass
02. We Have No Secrets
03. You're So Vain
04. Mind On My Man
05. Mockingbird
06. After The Storm
07. Haunting
08. In Times When My Head
09. You Belong To Me
10. We're So Close
11. From The Heart
12. Come Upstairs
13. The Right Thing To Do
14. Showdown
15. I Can't Thank You Enough

Pointedly not a greatest-hits collection, the double-disc compilation Songs from the Trees instead is a soundtrack to Carly Simon's 2015 memoir Boys in the Trees (in that it has a cousin in Elvis Costello's Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink, an autobiography with an accompanying aural collection). Surely, there are hits here -- not all of them, but "You're So Vain," "Mockingbird," "You Belong to Me," and "Anticipation" are -- but there are also some deep cuts, a track from the Simon Sisters ("Winken', Blinkin' and Nod") and other assorted rarities. Everything here shifts focus toward Simon the singer/songwriter and, as the memoir's narrative ends at 1983, so does the music on this collection and that's a good dividing point, considering she left Warner in 1983. She'd have a comeback not long afterward -- "Coming Around Again" climbed into the Top 20 in 1987 -- but this is her golden period as a singer/songwriter and pop star. If the latter is diminished a bit (her James Bond theme "Nobody Does It Better" and her 1980 soft rock hit "Jesse" are absent), seek out Rhino's 2002 set Anthology for a fuller portrait of Simon as a hit-maker; turn here if you want to get a sense of what Simon believes truly reflects her soul as an artist.

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