пятница, 28 июля 2017 г.

Adam & Eve‎– Paradise Of Sounds 1969

1.Paradise Of Sounds 3:21
2.Desert Song 3:09
3.Jambo Saana 2:32
4.Looked From My Window 2:44
5.When I'm There With You 3:08
6.P-E-A-C-E 2:20
7.Don't Cry 4:07
8.The Witch 3:55
9.Lady Montrose 2:32
10.A Question Of Fame 3:15
11.A Change Of Mind 2:45
12.They Can Look At Us (And Laugh) 2:32
13 .Wir denken uns etwas aus
14.Adam & Eve 2:26
15.Words Of Love 3:56
Интересный дуэт,смешали множество стилей,в целом в духе эпохи !Такой трек лист
на https://www.discogs.com/Adam-Eve-Paradise-Of-Sounds/release/6978094  он несколько другой,с чем связано не знаю,по инету бродит много таких или неполных,или самодельных альбомов,годиться для знакомства с Адамом и Евой !А может и Дискос лукавит

German pop singing duo.
1966-67: Eva Bartova with John Christian Dee alias Adam (90)
1967-81: Eva Bartova alias Eve Schairer with Hartmut Schairer
Adam & Eve were Erika Bartova from Prague and John Christian Dee, best remembered for his few, but great contributions to British R&B history as the writer of "Don’t Bring Me Down" for The Pretties and "Get Yourself Home" for The Fairies. What exactly led to overnight emigration to Frankfurt in 66 isn’t exactly clear, but he did it again in 74 after being charged in London for “procurement of women for brothels”. From 66 to 68 he played Jack of all trades for the Bellaphon label. With Eve, he formed the poor man’s Sonny & Cher and had a couple of gruesome hits sung in German. Their only LP documents most of these.