Rodd Keith - Put Me Back In Your Dreams / Evergreen Shores album
Title: Put Me Back In Your Dreams / Evergreen Shores
Date of release: 1966
Size MP3: 1314 mb
Size FLAC: 1606 mb
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Rodd Keith And The Raindrops. Miracles Still Happen (7"). Put Me Back In Your Dreams, Evergreen Shores (7").
Rodd Keith is probably the best-known musician who worked in the song poem, or send-us-your-lyrics, industry; certainly, he was one of the most prolific. Keith grew up in a religious and musical family that formed a singing group and toured Midwest America's revival and church circuit, and even cut a few 78s. From an early age, he began playing various musical instruments and writing arrangements. He was later known for being able to play any instrument he picked up, and could play back a piece of music after hearing it once. After graduating from a religious school in Florida, he received a position in charge of a Baltimore church's music program. There he met his first wife, Roberta, and the two traveled the country as a keyboard duo, playing piano and organ.
A Head Full of Dreams is Coldplay’s chance to reassert the eager-to-please exuberance that Ghost Stories deliberately downplayed, and prove that Adele isn’t the only artist who can mobilize a monoculture in 2015 . Even when A Head Full of Dreams hints at experimentation, it inevitably drifts back onto predictable paths. The title track eases us into the album on a glistening groove but halts its momentum for a now-obligatory "woah oh oh oh" breakdown that sounds like it was focus-grouped into the song.
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