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The Detroit Cobras - Seven Easy Pieces album

The Detroit Cobras - Seven Easy Pieces album
  • Performer The Detroit Cobras
  • Title Seven Easy Pieces
  • Date of release 2003
  • Style Garage Rock
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1757 mb
  • Size FLAC 1263 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 720

Publishers: Track 1 EMI United Partnership Ltd. Track 2 MSC Music Ltd. Track 3 Manchester Music Ltd. Track 4 Tollie Music Ltd. via Carlin Music Corp. Matrix, Runout: DETROIT COBRAS 6/1MA3 ww. d-digipack.

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The Detroit Cobras are an American garage rock band from Detroit, Michigan, formed in 1994. The Detroit Cobras signed with Sympathy for the Record Industry and released their first full-length album, Mink Rat or Rabbit, in 1998. After a three-year gap, they released a second album, Life, Love and Leaving Their retro-garage rock formula proved popular in the UK and prompted the London-based Rough Trade Records to sign the band. They released an EP, Seven Easy Pieces, in 2003 and their third full-length album, Baby, in 2004.

Seven Easy Pieces was a series of performances given by artist Marina Abramović in New York City at the Guggenheim Museum in November 2005. Although the performance art world traditionally frowns on repeating individual works, valuing their transient, ephemeral nature as intrinsic to their essence, as she aged, Abramović found herself compelled to preserve the performances that influenced her own development as an artist.

Baby is the third studio album by The Detroit Cobras, released 27 September 2005. From the Seven Easy Pieces (EP) (2003, Rough Trade). Original by Gloria Jones. Original by The Staple Singers. Silver & Gold (When I Get Like This). Original by The 5 Royales. 99 and a Half Just Won't Do. Original by Dorothy Love Coates. Original by Koko Taylor & Willie Dixon.