9 thoughts on “ So Long - The Cat Empire - So Many Nights (CD, Album) ”

  1. Welcome to and The Cat Empire's third album, So Many Nights. The Empire's roots are in the late night jazz clubs of Melbourne. The band is smokin' beyond belief and the party has crossed the line between mystery and light, back and forth, a few times. "So Many Nights refers to the songs," says bandleader Felix Riebl/5(19).
  2. Label: EMI - • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia & New Zealand • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Alternative Rock The Cat Empire - So Many Nights (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(11).
  3. 9 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Cat Empire - So Many /5(40).
  4. If there were a Wikipedia page dedicated to party bands, the Cat Empire would take up three-quarters of the entry. Or it should, anyway, based on fourth album So Many moitingwindcomziotio.myomibimaconsifordchrominzutrarear.co its near-diabolical energy and busted-wide trailer of influences -- here you'll find Afro-Cuban beats, a little klezmer, some reggae, and nods to hip-hop, disco, R&B, pure pop, and rock -- this is a record that 8/
  5. This record is the result of music written and developed on the road, and is perhaps a tribute to the many many nights we have played in hundreds of cities throughout the world. Produced by John Porter (Ryan Adams, The Smiths, Los Lonely Boys), this is the first time The Cat Empire has recorded an album .
  6. Listen free to The Cat Empire – So Many Nights (So Many Nights, Panama and more). 14 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at moitingwindcomziotio.myomibimaconsifordchrominzutrarear.co
  7. SO MANY NIGHTS was recorded in Melbourne (at Sing Sing Studios) and the overdubs were done in Malibu, while the band was in town to perform on Jay Leno. The house and studio where we lived in Malibu overlooked the Pacific Ocean. Worth over 10 million USA $’s, it was owned by a guy who made his money Producing Karaoke tunes. This record is the result of mus ic written and developed on the.
  8. Many bootlegs in both audio and video format have been made of The Cat Empire concerts and recording sessions. Some more notable recordings include entire live recordings of Bennetts Lane Jazz Club gigs and video footage of their performances at various venues such as the Coogee Bay Hotel and Darling Harbour in
  9. Expect weirdness, after all it IS a Cat Empire album. My favorites from this album are the faster ones, but that's just because of my punk ska roots: Fishes, So Long, and So Many Nights but there isn't a single song on this album that I would say I didn't like. Theyre all very unique and enjoyable/5(19).

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *