Title: Person You'd Be Proud Of
Style: Pop Rock, Alternative Rock
Format: MP3 FLAC ASF DMF AHX XM MIDI VOX MP4
FLAC size: 1477 mb | MP3 size: 1848 mb | WMA size: 1877 mb
Little shogun, what a mess Wearing black slacks and maroon rayon vest Trying not to be provincial, trying to be direct Hey, can you leave the screen door cracked? And no you don't even have to ask. To take my photograph. Statement haircut, five feet tall Back to Deerfield in the fall and I can still see you Drinking something questionable outside that pizza shop Trying to make the townies laugh And hustling a ride to Western Mass. Just like a photograph. You can take my photograph. 4. Person You'd Be Proud Of. 5. Between You and Me. 6. Your Love Has Got Me Running Home (To You).
Cataldo is the recording project of Seattle musician Eric Anderson. His upcoming album is called Keepers, and the track we’re premiering today certainly fits the bill. Or as Anderson himself explains it: At some point recording this tune my drummer asked S. re we going full Gabriel?
This resulted in Gilded Oldies, a lively, reinvigorated album that saw Cataldo cover more pop territory than he had before, putting his voice upfront and showcasing his accumulated instrumental mastery. Keepers continues the exploratory trend that began with Gilded Oldies, as evidenced in the mission statement Anderson says was behind the entire album of making each song different from the rest. Every song on Keepers seems to stand well on its own, from the cent "Photograph" to the confessional "Person You'd be Proud Of", to the explosive rock of "Willow Tree". While the overall theme of Gilded Oldies had been the uncertainty associated with entering adulthood and how the expectations of this transition are often misaligned with reality, Anderson says that Keepers is about "getting there and seeing that it's not as bad as it seemed it would b.
And I'll try to be the type of person you'd be proud of Though it may be mawkish And the alt weeklies think it's gauche Some hack job that got sold in the room A souvenir. A little banjo hitter swing That doesn't mean that it's not true
Philippe Cataldo (born August 24, 1954 in Bône in Algeria) is a French singer and composer. He is best known for his 1986 hit single "Les Divas du dancing", which deals with the suave swingers of tropical nights and which reached number 8 in the French charts that year. Cataldo himself composed the music for the song, but the lyrics were by musician and translator Jean Schultheis.
Cataldo's first two advances on the second album, are the perfect reason for why we love music so much. Photo by Jenny Jimenez. Since the release of Gilded Oldies, three years ago, Cataldo had a very special place in our hearts. From the first moment, the project proximity with Death Cab for Cutie type of sound, was what got us very addicted to it. But there was something special about it we could not quite explain. As we looked at our inbox and saw two new singles in two consecutive months, we had nowhere to go. Person You’d Be Proud Of was officially recorded 9 months ago but only put out yesterday, and is already one of the most welcoming and empathic songs we’ve heard this year. Full of hope, it takes inspiration on the most notable sentiment on earth: making someone proud. This is a story-telled song which always sounds familiar, cozy, singable, and overall wonderful.
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Red Pepper Records
- Copyright (c) – Red Pepper Records
NotesTaken from the 2017 album Keepers
℗© 2017 Red Pepper Records
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- ASIN: B06XX2BFCF
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