Category: Folk

Not The Same - Ben Folds - Ben Folds Live (CD, Album)

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  1. This CD is for you. What you get is a smattering of songs from Ben's career, including early work with Ben Folds Five (e.g. Philosophy, Brick, Narcolepsy, Army), solo work (Zak & Sara, Silver Street, Not the Same), and a cover (Tiny Dancer). The selection is great as an introduction to Ben's career, and to the energy of a live show/5(10).
  2. General Commentbeing a huge fan of both ben folds and elliott smith, there were a several lines that seemed to be references to elliott songs. "desperate static" elliott had several songs that used the word static in the lyrics, probably most notably tomarrow tomarrow, but there are others. "hard earned peace of mind" is possibly a reference to the song bled white, where elliott says "dont.
  3. Recorded during their tour in support of their fourth studio album, 's Sound of the Life and Mind, and culled from performances in the United States, England, Japan, Canada, and Australia, Ben Folds Five Live captures the group at their most professionally pertcatigacelacorntabdihereati.xyzinfo: $
  4. Apr 26,  · Ben Folds first got the country to sing along with his music back in , with his breakthrough hit "Brick." His dynamic live shows often found Folds leaping on .
  5. Sep 12,  · Ben Folds says there's plenty more material where "The Sound of the Life of the Mind," the first new Ben Folds Five album in 13 years, came from. He's just not sure when or .
  6. The 'L' in "Live" on the front cover is actually an upside-down 'F', as though it used to say "Ben Folds Five", the name of Ben's group before he began his solo career. The cover of the album was taken June 8, at Avalon in Boston, MA during the "Ben Folds and a Piano" tour.
  7. Oct 28,  · An evening with Ben Folds on piano may be a fun time in person, but it doesn't make for an overwhelming live album. Folds is at his best when he .
  8. Oct 27,  · The name Ben Folds Five was not, in fact, a goofy misnomer, despite the fact that the band numbered only three. Nah, besides Folds, drummer Darren Jessee, and bassist Robert Sledge, there were two.

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