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Album Review

This smoky-voiced singer/songwriter, whose sophisticated jazz-pop songs and dramatic vocal delivery place him somewhere between Bryan Ferry and Morrissey, hits his peak with the driving "Everything's Coming up Roses" (not the Jule Styne song).

Customer Reviews




とうとう見つけた! 初めてCMで聴いて以来ずっと探してました! 
すごく 懐かしい曲です。


タイトルとはうらはらに、何とも淋しげな曲です。同時に、優しさ・満たされた幸福感もどこか感じられます。 「幸せな孤独感」といでもいうのでしょうか?淡々とした曲調で、一人の気分を静かに味わいたいときにオススメです。


Formed: Liverpool, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Formed in Liverpool, England in 1980, the pop group Black was primarily a vehicle for singer/songwriter Colin Vearncombe, who first emerged at the age of 16 in the punk unit the Epileptic Tits. The first incarnation of Black, consisting of Vearncombe and a cast of anonymous session players, debuted with the single "Human Features" on the local Rox label. The record quickly sold out, and soon Vearncombe was approached by the Eternal label, operated by fellow Liverpudlians Pete Wylie and Wah! With...
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