Lyres - Lyres Lyres (Album). Ace Of Hearts Records. Stacey (7", Single, Ltd, Num). Lyres - A Promise Is A Promise (Album).
LYRES LYRES is just a dream of an album. At its worst, I find it unrelentingly entertaining, while at its best it fills me with what I can only describe a pure joy. I simply can't listen to "How Do You Know?" and feel unhappy. In fact, it engenders something akin to glee. The album opens with two incredible cuts, the wonderful "Not Looking Back," which is followed by the even better "She Pays the Rent" (which is very slightly marred by having the organ inexplicably buried in the mix). 7. Stacey (9/10) - Didn't realize The Dave Clark Five were still cranking them out. Like the name dropping ending. 8. How Do You Know? (10/10) - Oooooh, they're back strong with this one and the girls are gonna dig it. 9. You Won't Be Sad Anymore (8/10) - It's a given that Conolly's organ playing is an integral part of any Lyres tune but here it is special. 10. If You Want My Love (10/10) - A little different sound here.
Stacey Album Cover Art. Lyres. Vinyl 1. 1. How Do You Know? 2. Stacey.
Lyres discography comprises 19 official albums. The latest album Soapy, You'll Never Do It Baby was released in 2012. Lyres: Soapy, You'll Never Do It Baby. You'll Never Do It Baby. Lyres: Tear You Up. - Tear You Up. - Felice Noddydod. How Do You Know? - You Won't Be Sad Anymore. If You Want My Love.
torano - As far as I know, there's a few different single versions, all very different. this is the album version. the single is 2:18 and doesn't have so much reverb on the vocals. Need a copy of How Do You Know? c/w Don't Give It Up Now on 7" vinyl? Go to dirtywaterrecords.
How Do You Know is a 2010 American romantic comedy-drama film directed, written, and produced by James L. Brooks and starring Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd, Owen Wilson, and Jack Nicholson.
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This lineup would cut the first Lyres single, "How Do You Know" b/w "Don't Give It Up Now," for Sounds Interesting Records, and highlights from one of their gigs would appear on the 1987 release Live at Cantones. By August 1979, the band has splintered, and Conolly would recruit guitarist Alex Kronos, bassist Scott Parmenter, and drummer Bob Mackenzie for live work. After Johnny Bernardo replaced Paul Murphy on drums, Lyres returned to the studio to cut their second album, Lyres Lyres, released by Ace of Hearts in 1986. A more contemplative set than the debut with a greater number of Conolly originals, the album was once again successful and the band toured North America extensively.
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Written-By – J. Conolly*
Written-By – L.T. Casteldo*
|NEW 97||Lyres||How Do You Know? / Stacey (7", Ltd, Num, TP)||New Rose Records||NEW 97||France||1987|