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This is the seventh studio album by the band The Motels, recorded with current touring band whom Martha Davis has been working with for a few years. When Matthew Morgan, a producer-engineer from Portland met up with The Motels, the resulting work became the new album, This. All tracks written by Martha Davis, except where noted. Martha Davis – vocals, guitar. Jon Siebels – bass guitar. Nick Johns – keyboard. Eric Gardner – drums, percussion.
Band Name The Motels. 2. Last Of The Bohemians. 3. The Day That Won't Go Away. 6. Sddenly Last Summer. Other productions from The Motels.
On the album they're exploring the darker sides of living in Los Angeles. The atmospheric and artful compositions of the band can be heard in their rocking and artful songs. The vocalist Martha Davis brings some songs to life with her beautiful voice. Celia" and "Kix" are two excellent crafted songs, but it's getting even better when you'll hear "Closets and Bullets". The album exudes the mood of excitement and danger of late Los Angeles at night. Since the formation of The Motels they've been touring in different line-ups.
Motels (album) – Motels is the first studio album by new wave band The Motels, recorded in the spring of 1979 and released in the fall. It was produced by John Carter and it peaked at on Billboards album chart in December. The first single, Closets and Bullets, did not chart anywhere, a third single, Anticipating, was released in Japan in early 1980 but failed to chart
1979's self-titled debut release from the California band the Motels comes across as what a less pretentious Doors might have sounded like had they emerged during the new wave era. The Motels is a fairly cold, almost robotic affair which trades in lyrics that explore the darker side of life in Los Angeles. There are a few tracks that bear repeated listens like the frantic "Kix" and "Celia," a warning to a woman involved with the wrong guy. "Total Control," a big hit for the band in Australia and later covered by Tina Turner, is the album's standout with.
The album Clean Modern and Reasonable, issued in September 2007, was the first release under the banner "The Motels" in 22 years. The album contains acoustic versions of past hits, B-sides and Davis solo material, including new recordings of "Take The L", "Only the Lonely", and "Suddenly Last Summer". In April 2008 Martha Davis/The Motels released two new albums on the same day; The Motels' new studio album This and the Martha Davis solo project Beautiful Life. The solo album was billed as a darkly autobiographical journey through Davis' life.
The Motels is a English album released on Feb 2009. This album is composed by Martha Emily Davis. The Motels Album has 10 songs sung by The Motels. Listen to all songs in high quality & download The Motels songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img.
|1||Last Of The Bohemians|
|2||Doesn't Really Matter|
|3||The Day That Won't Go Away|
|5||Let It Go|
|6||Where Oh Where|
|7||Now I'm Here|
|8||Everything Is Perfect|
|9||I'm Better Now|
|10||All The Rage|
- Featuring – Clint Walsh, Eric Gardner, Jon Siebels, Martha Davis, Nick Johns