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Текст песни: We belong to a mutual Admiration society My baby and me We belong to a mutual Admiration society.
Mutual Admiration Society is a musical collaboration between singer/songwriter Glen Phillips and progressive bluegrass trio Nickel Creek.
Mutual Admiration Society (album). Mutual Admiration Society is an album featuring the collaboration between Nickel Creek's Chris Thile, Sara Watkins, and Sean Watkins, and Glen Phillips, the former lead singer of folk-rock group Toad the Wet Sprocket. It was recorded in three days in December 2000, but took 3½ years to be released. Comes a Time" (Phillips) – 4:07. Sake of the World" (Brion, Phillips) – 2:41.
The Mutual Admiration Society, a new album from Sterling Ball, John Ferraro and Jim Cox featuring guitar greats.
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Still, the album plays as a piece. Unified in tone and atmosphere, it sounds like the soundtrack to a rainy night spent in a cabin in the country. The last song is a fine cover of Harry Nilsson's "Think About Your Troubles," which puts a sweet cherry on this quiet, thoughtful collection.
Mutual Admiration Society is a popular song published in 1956 from the Broadway musical Happy Hunting. The song s tune was written by Harold Karr, the lyrics by Matt Dubey. Mutual Admiration Society (collaboration) - For other uses, see Mutual Admiration Society (disambiguation). Mutual Admiration Society - Joe Locke & David Hazeltine Quartet - Album InformationOriginal release date: June 29, 1999. Not All Who Wander Are Lost (album) - Not All Who Wander Are Lost Studio album by Chris Thile Released October 9, 2001.
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The resulting compilation, The Mutual Admiration Society, is an eclectic mixture of songs and tasty guitar work done in a way only the best of friends can do. In addition to showcasing Ball’s own impressive guitar virtuosity, the album also allowed the guest guitarists to step outside the box of what they're known for, and explore other areas of their musicality. of appreciation and admiration for both the instrument as well as each other. Guitar World recently spoke with Ball about The Mutual Admiration Society and more in this new interview. How did the The Mutual Admiration Society come about? Over the years, I’ve toured Australia with Steve Morse and Albert. We’ve also played in England and Germany and done club gigs as a combo in places like . and Atlanta with Luke.
|1||Comes A Time||4:07|
|2||Sake Of The World||2:40|
|6||Somewhere Out There||4:22|
|11||Think About Your Troubles||6:12|
|SUG-CD-1067||Mutual Admiration Society||Mutual Admiration Society (CD, Album)||Sugar Hill Records||SUG-CD-1067||US||2004|