Stormy Weather - Jeff Lynne - Armchair Theatre (CD, Album)


Download Stormy Weather - Jeff Lynne - Armchair Theatre (CD, Album)
1990
Label: Reprise Records - 7599-26184-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock


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3 thoughts on “ Stormy Weather - Jeff Lynne - Armchair Theatre (CD, Album)

  1. It's a funny album is Armchair Theatre. On its release in it garnered some reasonable reviews, but didn't really set the world on fire with its sales. Not long after release it quietly faded away as Lynne's other work had much higher profile, becoming a difficult to find rarity, unless you fancied an expensive import from Japan/5().
  2. Interestingly, the album also features a few notable covers Don t Let Go, Stormy Weather and September Song that demonstrated Lynne s flair for covers two decades before the release of s acclaimed Long Wave. Armchair Theatre captures the musical genius of Jeff Lynne when perhaps more than ever before, the world was his stage/5().
  3. If anything, the album Armchair Theatre most resembles is its long-delayed sequel Long Wave, a sepia-toned collection of standards Lynne released in Lynne also dips into the past here, crooning versions of "September Song" and "Stormy Weather" that would have seamlessly fit onto Long Wave, then creates a joyful rockabilly pastiche on "Don't Let Go," easily the liveliest bit of rock & roll on 8/

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