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There's Gonna Be a Storm - The Complete Recordings 1966-1969


Download links and information about There's Gonna Be a Storm - The Complete Recordings 1966-1969 by The Left Banke. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:14:53 minutes.

Artist: The Left Banke
Release date: 1992
Genre: Rock, Pop, Psychedelic
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:14:53
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No. Title Length
1. Walk Away Renee 2:42
2. I Haven't Got the Nerve 2:12
3. Pretty Ballerina 2:38
4. She May Call You Up Tonight 2:18
5. I've Got Something On My Mind 2:49
6. Barterers and Their Wives 3:20
7. Let Go of You Girl 2:53
8. What Do You Know 3:03
9. Evening Gown 1:47
10. Lazy Day 2:25
11. Shadows Breaking Over My Head 2:37
12. Ivy Ivy 3:13
13. Men Are Building Sand 2:21
14. Desiree 2:44
15. Dark Is the Bark 3:31
16. My Friend Today 3:04
17. Sing Little Bird Sing 3:11
18. And Suddenly 2:07
19. Goodbye Holly 2:57
20. In the Morning Light 2:52
21. Bryant Hotel 3:26
22. Give the Man a Hand 2:34
23. Nice to See You 2:43
24. There's Gonna Be a Storm 4:18
25. Pedestal 3:47
26. Myrah 3:21



New York City’s The Left Banke had their share of inner strife, but in the late ’60s the band made an incredible body of baroque-pop (led mostly by Steve Martin-Caro’s honeyed voice) that sidled up nicely to The Bee Gees and The Zombies. This set collects the teen band’s two albums and non-LP singles. There’s mad garage riffing (“I Haven’t Got the Nerve”), guitar fuzz-bombing (“Lazy Day”), and a country-esque sing-along (“What Do You Know”). There’s also sweet syrupy jangle (“She May Call You Up Tonight”), shimmering melancholy (“Dark Is the Bark”), and a brass-enhanced Burt Bacharach doppelganger (“In the Morning Light”). You can’t escape the hypnotic beauty of the hits “Pretty Ballerina” and “Walk Away Renee,” with their mournful strings and intricate three-part harmonies, nor the stunner “Desiree,” whose intricately arranged harmonies and horns resemble The Association at their best.