Gameface - Three To Get Ready download album
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Gameface is the debut studio album by Filipino pop/R&B singer Jay R, released in the Philippines in August 2003 by Universal Records. He produced the album together with Ray Brown and Troy Johnson, in partnership with NuLife and his record label.
From the album "Time Out" (1959, 1997) by The Dave Brubeck Quartet
Three To Get Ready by Gameface, released 09 September 1995 1. Start Me Over 2. Ten Blue Sticks 3. Greentree 4. Guess What 5. Three 6. Only Chance We Get 7. June 8. Song 9. The Big Deal 10. Gibberish 11. Daylight Savings 12. Undone 13. Home 14. Time After Time 15. Whatever Happened To Fun? 16. Thrift Recorded in the spring 1995 at For The Record Studio in Orange, CA. Engineered by E, Craig Nepp & Jim Monroe. Mixed by E. Released in 1995 on Dr. Strange Records. rodrigo andres Twenty-two years of "Three To Get Ready", i just want to say thank all of you for being the biggest influence on my "punk-way-to-go" guitar playing since that record. Jeff Caudill, Paul Martin, Phillipe Hanson ans Td Trout. Greetings from a 35 years old kid from Argentina.
Mixed by E. Produced by "E" Distributed by Mordam. LIMITED PRESSING ON PURPLE MARBLE AND AQUA COLORED VINYL. aphy/three to get ready.
Album · 1995 · 13 Songs. Get Apple Music on iOS, Android, Mac and Windows. 13 Songs, 37 Minutes. Three To Get Ready Gameface.
Three to Get Ready was the second full-length for the criminally underrated Gameface, and hugely influential to the early 2000s pop punk/emo scene. despite not many knowing about it. Listen closely and you can hear how the melodies and emotional outpouring influenced bands like Brand New, Taking Back Sunday, Slick Shoes, Paramore and Saves the Day (OMG!!!) among the many, many, many more. A simple album, but one of nostalgia for the '90s; it's a very nice mix of two genres and the balance is carefully done.
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The album was intended as an experiment using musical styles Brubeck discovered abroad while on a United States Department of State sponsored tour of Eurasia, such as when he observed in Turkey a group of street musicians performing a traditional Turkish folk song that was played in 9 8 time with subdivisions of 2+2+2+3, a rare meter for Western music. Three to Get Ready" – 5:24. Kathy's Waltz" – 4:48. Everybody's Jumpin'" – 4:23.
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|Start Me Over|
|Ten Blue Sticks|
|Only Chance We Get|
|The Big Deal|
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