Consequences is the debut album by English pop artists Godley & Creme. It was released in 1977 as a boxed triple-LP. Created as a concept album, it incorporates a play, with all characters voiced by comedian Peter Cook, and singing by Sarah Vaughan, who was brought into the project by Phonogram after trying to secure Ella Fitzgerald.
Consequences (Orchestra) Lyrics. Dirty tissues, trust issues Glasses on the sink, they didn't fix you Lonely pillows in a stranger's bed Little voices in my head Secret keeping, stop the bleeding Lost a little weight because I wasn't eating All the souls that I can't listen to, to tell the truth. Loving you was young, and wild, and free Loving you was cool, and hot, and sweet Loving you was sunshine, safe and sound A steady place to let down my defenses But loving you had consequences. Hesitation, awkward conversation Running on low expectation. Loving you was dumb, dark, and cheap Loving you will still take shots at me From loving you was sunshine, but then it poured And I lost so much more than my senses 'Cause loving you had consequences Loving you. More on Genius. About Consequences (Orchestra).
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A large part of Release Me’s charm is that it almost never feels like Lovett is singing and playing someone else’s songs; all of these could be his. Perhaps this is because he typically covers songs that he loves and artists who have influenced him (see 1998’s double-length Step Inside This House). But even more important than selecting dear material or staying put in his wheelhouse (vast as that is), Lovett never comes across as a tinkerer or an interpreter with too heavy. An album of covers and previous releases, even one as thoughtfully assembled and beautifully rendered as Release Me, is rarely a substitute for a proper album of new material. But listeners will find plenty to enjoy here, largely thanks to Lovett’s ability to step inside and feel at home in the music he loves.
Love marks Bublé's eighth major-label album release and 10th overall. The singer's label Reprise Records promises the LP is his "most romantic record to date," beginning with lead single "When I Fall in Love. Also featured on the album - which Bublé produced with David Foster and Jochem van der Saag - is "My Funny Valentine," "Such a Night, Unforgettable" and I Only Have Eyes for You, as well as a duet with Cecile McLorin Salvant ("La Vie en Rose") and Love You Anymore, which was written by Charlie Puth
She said: "I feel like 'Consequences is the aftermath of a love that was intoxicating like that and hard to get out of your mind or the kind of the love that you compare to everybody else and it's not the same. This was one of the first songs that Cabello worked on for her Camila album. She started work on it in the first week of January 2017 and redid the vocals seven times over the next 11 months. The singer added that her intention for the release was to tug on people's heartstrings. No matter what this song does, I wanted to close this era finishing on a song that makes you feel, that makes you think about someone you loved and lost, that makes you think about what it's like to love someone so deeply," she said. The moody, autumnal video was directed by Dave Meyers ("Havana"). The director also co-wrote the treatment with Camila.
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