Warm Leatherette is the fourth studio album by Grace Jones, released on 9 May 1980 by Island Records. The album features contributions from the reggae production duo Sly and Robbie and is a departure from Jones' earlier disco sound, moving towards a new wave-reggae direction. Although having established herself as a performer with a string of club hits in the US and a large gay following, Jones had only achieved very modest commercial success with her first three disco albums.
A companion to the book, WARM radiates with similar openness. Characters and quotes reappear; old influences become newly apparent; words are not minced. A scene from his time in rehab during the early 2000s is retold in the bleary opener Bombs Above. In the most harrowing section of his memoir, Tweedy writes that Wilco’s impressionistic 2004 album A Ghost Is Born was sculpted during the throes of opiate addiction as an attempt to leave a comprehensive self-portrait for his sons in his absence. Written from a more stable perspective, WARM mirrors that eulogistic process with a more straightforward, less metaphorical bent.
Warm (stylized in all caps) is the second studio album by American musician Jeff Tweedy, released on November 30, 2018 by dBpm Records It was released shortly after the release of Tweedy's memoir, Let's Go (So We Can Get Back). Studio album by. Jeff Tweedy. Some Birds" Released: September 24, 2018. Let's Go Rain" Released: November 13, 2018.
Egbert - Warm (album). The album takes you on a trip through Egbert’s vision of melodic techno. Well produced and euphoric but without stepping in to known territory. In his own words: ‘One thing I often miss at techno parties is warmth. I would like to bring that back to techno’. While his live sets are usually filled with percussion and rhythm, this album compiles the tracks that bring warmth to his set. We also get a taste of Egbert’s raw side with the powerful pumping grooves and punishing dark basslines on ‘Tegno’ and ‘Shulgin’.
Released date 16 July 2003. Labels Universal Music Group. Members owning this album0.
Redirected from Warm Leatherette (song)). Warm Leatherette" is a song by Daniel Miller's project The Normal, released in 1978. The lyrics of "Warm Leatherette" reference . Ballard's controversial 1973 novel Crash, which had heavily influenced Daniel Miller. Together with his college friend, he had worked on a film script based on the book, but after the project was abandoned, Miller decided to "write a song encapsulating in 2 and a half minutes"
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