Although the sales of their first two albums were strong, the band never crossed over into the mainstream, as so many observers and critics predicted they would.
What words can I use to sum up this album? She sings in a high not Kate Bush high, but still highsometimes breathy, almost teenage-like voice that is unique.
On this album they sometimes lack a little restraint which is present on their later albums. Still, when you take into account that she had no musical background and this album was done only a year or so after the band formed, it is amazing how well she does.
The melodies do a good job of capturing a quaint and melancholy mood that is uniquely British. Production is not bad, though maybe a little heavy on the reverb. I both like and dislike it for the same reasons as albums by The Chameleons, which are similarly reverb drenched.
Bass is a bit low in the mix for my tastes. Lyrics are a mixed bag. While the vocals themselves are fantastic, the words overall are kind of forgettable. Two or three excellent songs, and a bunch of OK songs. Log in to vote 0 votes 2 helpful 2 unhelpful Rating: Both are true gems with catchy guitar hooks, smart lyrics and of course Harriet.
In fact, The Sundays sound a whole lot like The Smiths in general.
The guitars are clearly Marr-inspired. The bass and drums are well played and willingly take a back seat to the guitar and dominating vocals much like Andy Rourke and Mike Joyce did. I love the way both vocalists sound but there are people who find both incredibly annoying over time since they are so unique and often overwhelm the music to such a complete extent.
Still I want to give this album its due. It is excellent and there are few if any weak tracks. You may only know the band from their cover of The Stones "Wild Horses" that was used in a commercial.Preview, buy and download high-quality music downloads of Reading, Writing & Arithmetic by The Sundays from 7digital Canada - We have over 30 million high quality tracks in our store.
In today's classrooms reading, writing, and arithmetic are still the basis for learning everyday subjects such as math, literature, history and science. However, knowledge in the classroom does not stop there but continues on into saving the environment, forming relationships, and expanding the creative side of .
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"Can't Be Sure," the Sundays' first single, appeared in January of and entered the U.K. charts at number The group took a year to record its first album, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic. Live at Reading '81 (Samson) · Reading, Writing and Arithmetic (The Sundays) School days, school days Dear old golden rule days Reading and writing' and rithmetic Taught to the tune of the hickory stick You were my queen.
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