Iris DeMent - The Way I Should album
Title: The Way I Should
Date of release: 1996
Size MP3: 1445 mb
Size FLAC: 1912 mb
Format: DTS DMF XM AU MPC MOD MPC
Iris DeMent's 1994 My Life is the best country album released in the 1990s. Yet with its gorgeous string-band arrangements and its heartbreaking tales of home and family, it's so timeless it could just as easily have been released in the '30s as the '90s. By contrast, there's no mistaking which decade DeMent's album, The Way I Should, comes from, with its crossover-country sound and its references to Calvin Klein, MTV, child abuse, "quality time," and Beavis and Butt-head
Bass – Dave PomeroyDrums – Harry StinsonElectric Guitar – Steuart SmithElectric Guitar – Brent MasonGuitar – Randy ScruggsGuitar – John Jennings (2)Organ – Chuck LeavellWritten-By – Merle HaggardWritten-By, Vocals, Piano – Iris DeMent. Acoustic Guitar – John Jennings (2)Bass – Dave PomeroyDrums, Harmony Vocals – Harry StinsonElectric Guitar – Steuart SmithFiddle – Tammy RogersGuitar – Mark KnopflerHarmony Vocals – Melodie CrittendenOrgan – Chuck LeavellSteel Guitar – Paul FranklinWritten-By,. 모. Repress of Iris DeMent - The Way I Should by WEA Mfg. Olyphant. All artwork etc. the same as the original pressing.
My Life is the second album released by singer-songwriter Iris DeMent. Released in 1994 on Warner Bros. it peaked at number 16 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. The album was dedicated to her father, Patric Shaw DeMent, who died in 1992. Spin ranked My Life as the 3rd best album of 1994 unbreakable gentleness as a modern epiphany about rural values.
Iris DeMent’s debut album, 1992’s INFAMOUS ANGEL, heralded a strong, authentic voice in country and folk music, a voice that was only amplified when her follow-up record, MY LIFE (1994) became a minor hit, landing in the Top 20 of the Billboard Heatseekers chart of up-and-coming artists. MY LIFE provided an intense listening experience, with its best songs touching on day-to-day struggles ( Sweet is the Melody, Easy’s Gettin’ Harder Every Day ), the progression of years ( My Life ), and the loss of loved ones ( No Time to Cry ). The result can be heard in Wasteland of the Free, the third track on 1996’s THE WAY I SHOULD, on which DeMent decries politicians running races on corporate cash, CEOs making two hundred times the workers' pay who will fight like hell against raising the minimum wage and little kids with guns fighting inner city wars, among other everyday depravities.
This album has an average beat per minute of 118 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/140 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Way I Should. BPM Profile The Way I Should. Album starts at BPM, ends at 124BPM (+124), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Iris DeMent.
The Way I Should Lyrics. And it's true that I don't work near as hard As you tell me that I'm supposed to I don't run as fast as I could But I live just the way I want to And that's the way I should.
DeMent's third album, The Way I Should, was released in 1996. Featuring the protest song "Wasteland of the Free", it is DeMent's most political work DeMent sang the duet "Bell Bottomed Tear" as part of The Beautiful South's Much Later with Jools live special in 1997.
Related for The Way I Should tab. Our Town tab. Hotter Than The Mojave tab. The Way I Should tab. When My Morning Comes Around tab. My Life chords. D As you tell me that I'm supposed to G C I don't run as fast as I could. D But I live just the way I want to. G And that's the way I should. Featuring the protest song "Wasteland of the Free", it is DeMent's most political work DeMent sang the duet "Bell Bottomed Tear" as part of The Beautiful South's Much Later with Jools live special in 1997