Download links and information about Imaginary Television by Graham Parker. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 35:05 minutes.
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|3.||It's My Party (But I Won't Cry)||2:38|
|4.||Bring Me A Heart Again||2:00|
|7.||See Things My Way||2:32|
|8.||You're Not Where You Think You Are||4:48|
|9.||Head On Straight||3:02|
|10.||More Questions Than Answers||2:38|
Graham Parker has spent the past 35 years recording neo-classic rock ‘n’ roll that takes its inspiration from every phase the music went through in its first 25 years of existence. Parker’s an English soul man, who can snarl with contempt or croon with compassion. He’s a frustrated everyman who uses his intellect to divine the intentions of the heart. Imaginary Television is another modest collection of tunes, heavy on acoustic guitar and reflective ruminations. “Weather Report” sets up the trajectory of the small band sound that allows Parker to use the sweetest ends of his voice. “It’s My Party (But I Won’t Cry)” tips its hand towards the Lesley Gore hit. “Bring Me A Heart Again” trips out with a jazzy R&B groove that may be Parker at his lightest. “Snowgun,” the reggae-tinged “See Things My Way” and the smooth folk of “You’re Not Where You Think You Are” come across like classic Parker, a shot of organ here and a sweet chorus there. It all adds up to another solid collection from a man who always finds something new in the old ways.