8 thoughts on “ High Class Music - Roddy Frame - Surf (CD, Album) ”

  1. Sep 26,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Surf on Discogs.4/5(1).
  2. High Class Music: B3: Turning The World Around: B4: Mixed Up Love: B5: For What It Was: Roddy Frame: Surf ‎ (CD, Album) Imperial Records (13) TECI Japan: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release/5(12).
  3. This is by far, Roddy's best solo effort. Every time I hear a song from 'Surf' it makes me stop in my tracks. Most of the album is very poignant, but even the peppier numbers like "High Class Music" have a certain undercurrent of emotion. Lyrically, the album shines and as always, Roddy /5(38).
  4. Surf is the second solo album by Scottish singer–songwriter Roddy Frame, first released in the UK on 5 August via Redemption Records, and in the US on 8 October via Cooking Vinyl. Surf is notable in that every song on the album was recorded in Roddy Frame's "own front room".Genre: Acoustic.
  5. High Class Music Lyrics: The guy in the tie could bust his jaw with careless laughter / His world weary sigh suggests belief in the ever after / His till takes its toll to his relief / He checks.
  6. Roddy Frame: Title: Surf: Catalog No. AEDROD3LP: Number Of Discs: 1: Format: Vinyl, LP, Album: Genre: Rock: Style: Brit Pop, Folk Rock: Shipping: All our items shipped with love from the United Kingdom. We take a lot of care when packing your vinyl. We always use special cardboard mailers and remove records from their sleeves where appropriate.
  7. Surf, an Album by Roddy Frame. Released in August on Cooking Vinyl (catalog no. COOKCD ; CD). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Contemporary Folk, Indie Folk. Featured peformers: Roddy Frame (vocals, acoustic guitar, writer, producer), Hannah Grace Deller (recording engineer, photography), Jeremy Stacey (aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), Chris Blair (mastering), Greg Jakobek (design).
  8. Mar 23,  · Roddy Frame’s next album, Surf, is his solo masterpiece and his finest record since the classic Aztec Camera debut album, High Land, Hard Rain. In an excellent piece on Surf (which can be read here), Philip Cummins compares it with Paul Simon’s Hearts And Bones and Bruce Springsteen’s Tunnel Of Love and claims that all three albums.

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