John Cougar Mellencamp - The Lonesome Jubilee album flac
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John Cougar is the third studio album by John Mellencamp. This was the first album with his new record company Riva Records and under the name "John Cougar. Released in 1979, following the Australian success of "I Need a Lover" from the previous year's A Biography (which did not receive a . release), the album included the aforementioned track for . audiences, as well as a re-working of A Biography's "Taxi Dancer.
The album was released by Mercury Records on August 24, 1987 (see 1987 in music). Four singles were released from the album, the first two in 1987 and the last two in 1988. The album was one of Mellencamp's most successful worldwide, charting in ten countries.
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24, 1987, John Mellencamp released one of his best albums, The Lonesome Jubilee. He was still using "Cougar" in his name at the time, but the brash rocker image was beginning to wear thin, as the singer-songwriter dug deeper into the folk and Americana sounds that he started to explore on 1985's Scarecrow. Paper in Fire," "Cherry Bomb" and "Check It Out" were released as singles, as The Lonesome Jubilee was on its way to selling more than three million copies.
The Lonesome Jubilee is the ninth album by singer-songwriter John Mellencamp, who released many genres of music dating back to his days as Johnny Cougar in the mid 1970s. On this album, Mellencamp made a concerted effort to include rootsy, Americana instrumentation to complement the folk/rock style he had perfected through the 1980s. Unlike any previous album by Mellencamp, The Lonesome Jubilee was planned out in advance and was originally slated to be a double album
Lonesome Jubilee was the only step John Mellencamp could take after Scarecrow. On the former album he had developed a new standard for heartland rock without expanding its sound much; it had acoustic undertones but was largely urban music fueled by R&B. Mellencamp expanded his band on the latter recording, adding Lisa Germano's violin to the mix, and a boatload of acoustic instruments - from autoharp, accordion, penny whistle, claves, mandolins, banjos. The R&B doesn't totally disappear, as Crystal Taliefero's scorching backing vocal attests, lifting Mellencamp's refrain to a frenzied height. It's one of the finest rock & roll songs he's authored, and its blend of instruments and textures has often been imitated, but never equaled. The biggest hit from the album is the infectious and utterly irrepressible "Cherry Bomb.
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|A1||Paper In Fire||3:53|
|A2||Down And Out In Paradise||3:39|
|A3||Check It Out||4:20|
|A4||The Real Life||3:56|
|B1||We Are The People||4:16|
|B3||Hard Times For An Honest Man||3:28|
|B4||Hotdogs And Hamburgers||4:04|
|B5||Rooty Toot Toot||3:29|
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