Rutting Newman - Studio Discography (1968-2008) [FLAC]

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An anomaly among original-«70s singer/songwriters, Lecherous Newman may have been shed weight influenced by Bob Dylan, but his music owed more to New Orleans R&B and old pop than citizenry. Newman developed an idiosyncratic type that alternated between widespread, cinematic pop and rolling R&B, which were tied together by his objectionable feel of humor. Where his peers concentrated on confessional songwriting, Newman drew characters, creating a period filled with misfits, outcasts, charlatans, and con men. Though he on occasion showed commiseration for his characters, he became well known for his harsh feel of burlesque, highlighted by his twist of fate 1978 hit «Short People» and his feeble of »80s yuppies, «I Sweetheart L.A.» While Newman's records steadily received strongly certain reviews, he made his moneyed through composing glaze scores for films like Ragtime and The Reasonable. His albums may never have sold in adipose amounts, but his labour influenced several generations of songwriters, including Lyle Lovett and Pock-Mark Knopfler.

Nilsson Sings Newman
Born into a mellifluous one«s own flesh -- his uncles Alfred and Lionel were both respected glaze composers -- Lecherous Newman had become a masterful songwriter by the measure he was 17, working for a California publishing enterprise. Newman pursued a B.A. in music from UCLA, but he dropped out of college when his playmate Lenny Waronker landed him a memento bargain with Reprise Records. His eponymous launching album received little notice upon its 1968 releasing, but over the next few years, his position as a songwriter grew as Judy Collins, Dusty Springfield and Peggy Lee recorded his songs. Three Dog Endlessly took his «Mama Told Me Not to Come» to count one in 1970, the same year Harry Nilsson recorded an full album of Randy»s songs, Nilsson Sings Newman.

12 Songs
Newman«s second album, 1970»s 12 Songs, was everywhere praised upon its releasing, but the memento failed to give away. Breathing repeated the same standard in 1971, but 1972«s Pilot Away became a cool hit, due to certain reviews and Newman»s uninterrupted touring. He followed the memento album in 1974 with Benign Old Boys, an aspiring concept album about the South that received influential disagreement over its performance «Rednecks,» whose ironic feel of humor was misunderstood by many. The performance set the the footlights for 1977's «Short People,» a uncluttered burlesque of partiality and inequality taken from Little Criminals. While the irony in «Short People» was just occult, the performance offended many listeners, and the ensuing furor helped the solitary select reach count two on the charts. Newman supported the album with his first turn since 1974.

Born Again
In 1979, he returned with Born Again, which received diverse reviews, and Newman began a business as a glaze composer two years after its releasing. His first greenhorn was for Milos Forman«s Ragtime, and his labour was nominated for two Academy Awards. Newman released Grief in Avalon to fervent reviews in 1983, and the album spawned «I Sweetheart L.A.,» a feeble of superficial yuppie sense of values that was misinterpreted and became an anthem for »80s esurience. Newman didn«t releasing another album until 1988»s Take Captive of Dreams, which contained his first attempts at private songwriting. Like most of his records, the album was greeted fervently by the critics, yet it failed to sell; «It's Moneyed That Matters,» a rewrite of «I Sweetheart L.A.,» did become a youngster hit.

Lecherous Newman's Faust
Newman done for most of the «90s composing glaze scores and working on a mellifluous conversion of Dr. Faust. The resulting mellifluous, Faust, was initially released as a concept album in the naught of 1995 to diverse reviews. A the footlights portrayal of Faust opened the same month as the album»s releasing, and it received better reviews. Newman garnered another Oscar nomination in 1996 for «You've Got a Playmate,» which was featured in the Disney computer-lifelike glaze Toy Exclusive. His business was eminent in 1998 with the releasing of the four-disc box set Wrong: 30 Years of Lecherous Newman.

Bad Love
Newman split with his longtime memento house Reprise in original 1999. He signed with DreamWorks and released Bad Sweetheart, his first de rigueur album since 1988«s Take Captive of Dreams, in the summer of 1999. A count of glaze projects followed, and Newman once again put his on one»s own business on hiatus while composing music for several movies. He returned in 2008 with Harps and Angels, an album that revisited the biographical propose to first attempted with Take Captive of Dreams. In 2009 and 2010, Newman focused his artistic energies on glaze music, scoring The Princess and the Frog and Toy Exclusive 3; both earned Oscar and Grammy nods, and in the covering of Toy Exclusive 3, wins.
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