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I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One is the eighth studio album by the American indie rock band Yo La Tengo, released on April 22, 1997, by Matador Records. It was produced by Roger Moutenot and recorded at House of David in Nashville, Tennessee. The album expands the guitar-based pop of its predecessor Electr-O-Pura to encompass a variety of other music genres, including bossa nova, krautrock, and electronic music
I Hear a Symphony is the eighth studio album released by American girl group the Supremes on the Motown label in 1966. According to Motown data the album sold over 1,900,000 copies. Positioned as a successful attempt to further bridge the gap between traditional pop music, the traditional Motown sound and soul, the album included the title track, the Supremes' sixth number-one single, and the Top Ten single "My World is Empty Without You"
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Beat the Beat (оригинал Chrysta Bell). Держу ритм (перевод Алекс). Beat the beat going to school. Держу ритм по дороге в школу, Beat the beat going home. Держу ритм по дороге домой, Beat the beat going to work. Держу ритм по дороге на работу, Beat the beat going to sleep. Держу ритм, отходя ко сну. Spaceman flying in my room.
New Jersey indie rockers Yo La Tengo had already been slowly growing into their sound for over a decade by the 1997 release of their revelational eighth album, I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One. Their guitar-based pop was steadily finding its legs before this, as the band moved toward increasingly dreamy productions on albums like Painful and Electr-O-Pura. The 16 tracks that made up the ambitious and epic I Can Hear the Heart found the group stretching out their whispery vocals and deceptively straightforward pop approach to encompass a variety of unexpected styles.
The wonder of Yo La Tengo isn't that they began as a side project by a rock critic and hi. Whatever the reason, I Can Hear the Heart Beating As One confirms what their last few albums have intimated: They’ve become our best old-school indie-rock band. Always adept at striking a balance between hurricane-force dissonance and fragile serenity, Yo La crack open their sound even wider here. Their muted, after-hours guitar drone is in full effect. Nor would this be a Yo La Tengo album without pop-culture references ( We’re an American Band, not a cover of the Grand Funk song but a chronicle of a hellish tour) or indulgences, like the code instrumental Spec Bebop. But some indie-rock dreams never die, and Yo La Tengo’s beguiling body of work is proof that they still haven’t awakened from theirs. A-. I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One. type.
The 1993 album Painful was Yo La Tengo’s first breakthrough, a whispery feedback-streak opus that stood as a worthy riposte to British shoegaze; Electr-O-Pura, two years later, sounded more spartan but boasted career-highlight songs like Blue Line Swinger. While those two records solidified Yo La Tengo as one of the best bands in a competitive indie rock landscape, 1997’s I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One was their first true masterpiece. But the critic Jon Dolan, writing about I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One in 1997, heard a lover contemplating an affair, his partner’s steady beat reminding him that it’s a waste of time. Or it might be a drearily autobiographical tune about Kaplan and Hubley having to go to some boring function after Labor Day, and we’re all reimagining it as somehow sensual and profound.
I can hear the bells, well don't you hear 'em chime? Can't you feel my heart-beat keeping perfect time? And all because h. .Bumped me, My heart was unprepared when h.I can hear the bells, The brides-maids are singing, Everybody says that a guy who's such a gem, won't look my way well the laughs on them 'cause. I can hear the bells, My father will smile, I can hear the bells, As he walks me down the isle
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|I Hear The Beat (Radio Mix)||4:00|
|I Hear The Beat (MKG's Raw House)||6:06|
|I Hear The Beat (Extented House Mix)||7:03|
|I Hear The Beat (Hear-A-Pella)||3:29|
|MM-013||La'nita Bell||I Hear The Beat (12")||More Music Records||MM-013||US||1990|
|MM-013||La'nita Bell||I Hear The Beat (12", TP)||More Music Records||MM-013||US||1990|
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