John Cale - Fragments of a Rainy Season mp3 album

John Cale - Fragments of a Rainy Season mp3 album
Art Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Singer/Songwriter
  • Performer:
    John Cale
  • Title:
    Fragments of a Rainy Season
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  • Style:
    Art Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Singer/Songwriter
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John Cale - Fragments of a Rainy Season mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1598 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1236 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1367 mb
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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 A Child's Christmas in Wales John Cale John Cale 3:02
2 Dying on the Vine John Cale John Cale 3:49
3 Cordoba John Cale John Cale 3:14
4 Darling I Need You John Cale John Cale 3:10
5 Paris 1919 John Cale John Cale 3:21
6 Guts John Cale John Cale 2:45
7 Fear (Is a Man's Best Friend) John Cale John Cale 3:42
8 Ship of Fools John Cale John Cale 3:35
9 Leaving It up to You John Cale John Cale 3:27
10 The Cable Hogue John Cale John Cale 2:51
11 Thoughtless Kind John Cale John Cale 2:30
12 On a Wedding Anniversary John Cale John Cale 3:36
13 Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed John Cale John Cale 4:05
14 Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night John Cale John Cale 3:31
15 Buffalo Ballet John Cale John Cale 2:34
16 Chinese Envoy John Cale John Cale 3:02
17 Style It Takes John Cale John Cale 2:48
18 Heartbreak Hotel Mae Boren Axton / Tommy Durden / Elvis Presley John Cale 4:54
19 (I Keep A) Close Watch John Cale John Cale 2:30
20 Hallelujah Leonard Cohen John Cale 4:26


Carlos Albrecht - Engineer
Mae Boren Axton - Composer
John Cale - Composer, Engineer, Primary Artist, Producer
Leonard Cohen - Composer
Anne Dominique - Engineer
Tommy Durden - Composer
John Gale - Producer
Elvis Presley - Composer
Gean-Michel Reusser - Producer

This is the 73th album of a thread of album reviews in which I'd like to guide you through my personal musical history based on my top100 Album list you can find in my profile: the previous album in the thread was "Between Love and Expression" by Lou Reed.After Lou Reed I have to follow up with John Cale of course: they were together in the Velvet Underground and after Andy Warhol's death they collaborated on the very good "Songs for Drella", one track of which (Cordoba) is featured on this album.This is a live album which sums up very well the actual live performances of John Cale of which I have seen a few live examples. The way in which this guy hammers the piano is unique and he does that very well on songs like "Darling I Need You". The version of Jeff Buckley of "Hallelujah" is a bit better than the one by John Cale but it's a close match.There are 3 songs in my personal songs top 1000 which are featured on this album:- Cordoba (this album)- Chinese Envoy (this album)- Hallelujah (this album)Next album in this thread: "Magnapop" by Magnapop.