Closedown - The Cure - The Black Sessions (CD, Album)
Label: Geffen Records (2) - AD113 • Format: CD Album, Promo, Unofficial Release • Country: Ukraine • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave
· Now add to the mix the Black Sessions recorded on 10/15/ in Paris, France. Yes, maybe the period isn't one of the best for the band, and perhaps Robert Smith is a little on the pudgy side, but the show is tops. It includes some more of the obscure, fan favorite tunes including Charlotte Sometimes, and The End of the World from the famously bland "The Cure" album. Running a total .
As he neared the age of 30, Cure frontman Robert Smith found himself worried about getting older. This song, which finds him singing about "running out of time," was one of several tracks on Disintegration where he ruminates on feeling washed up. "The biggest frustration (of getting older) is not being able to feel strong emotions anymore," Smith said when discussing the album's lyrics.
· The Cure - - Paris, FR (FM/FLAC) Twice a month, French radio France Inter broadcasts the "Black Sessions". Hosted by Bernard Lenoir, who should be considered as the French equivalent of John Peel (RIP), this show features live sessions by new or famous rock and pop bands. Lenoir, who has followed The Cure's career since their early.
· The Cure‘s 3CD expanded edition of Disintegration looks like it will be made available again early next year, according to an Amazon UK listing. The album was originally expanded in and the three-disc set offered remastered audio, a bonus disc of demos and an expanded and remixed version of the Entreat live album (called Entreat Plus for this set).
Black Sessions are performances of live music broadcast on the French radio station France are recorded in front of a live audience and feature on the C'est Lenoir show. The name is a pun based on the name of their creator, Bernard Lenoir, translated literally as "Bernard the black" The first performance was in and since then many French and international artists have performed.
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