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Black (Colin Vearncombe) - Are We Having Fun Yet? (1993)

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Black (Colin Vearncombe) - Are We Having Fun Yet? (1993)

Black (Colin Vearncombe) - Are We Having Fun Yet? (1993)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 309 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 142 Mb | Scans included
Pop/Rock | Label: Nero Schwarz Limited | # 519354-2 | Time: 00:44:58

This album opens with jangly pop song ‘Don’t take the silence too hard’ and includes the operatic ‘Ave Lolita’. “Looking back through the years, it’s pretty obvious I have a fondness for overblown melodramatic music,” Colin said. In recent tours, the track has been reinterpreted acoustically. This album was the first to be released on Black’s own label, and was licensed to major labels for distribution.‘Are we having fun yet?’ was produced by Mike Hedges. Mike’s other production credits include work with The Associates, The Cure, Siouxsie and the Banshees, U2, Travis and Texas.

Black (Colin Vearncombe) - Blind Faith (2015)

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Black (Colin Vearncombe) - Blind Faith (2015)

Black (Colin Vearncombe) - Blind Faith (2015)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 264 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 125 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Pop/Rock | Label: Nero Schwarz | # NEROCD19 | Time: 00:38:22

Colin Vearncombe will forever be preserved in pop aspic as the maker of 1987’s melancholy worldwide hit Wonderful Life – No 1 in Austria! – but he hasn’t stopped working, despite his not having breached the top 40 for 27 years. Blind Faith, his seventh album under the Black flag, is a marvellous little thing – a less temperamental, less self-regarding cousin to Scott Walker’s first four solo records. Like them, it’s steeped in European balladry, and filled with delicious arrangements – the swooping strings and jazzy shuffles of Womanly Panther are a delight. Vearncombe’s slightly frayed baritone is a perfect match to the music, steering it clear of pomposity, filling it with humanity, even when the regrets well up – “I am not the man you want me to be,” he sings on Not the Man, “Here comes the talking / Slamming doors you then have to throw open.” Pop stardom is a long way in the past for Vearncombe, but Blind Faith is an album by a man very much in control of his gifts.