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Please try again later. Format: MP3 Music. This is a GP classic, will put it up there with "Sparks" or whatever you what to name from whichever era. Solid from start to finish with not one clunker in the batch. Recommend this without reservation. I see some people knocking this thing and I am dumbfounded. What were you wanting? Format: Audio CD. Hard biting social commentary tunes mixed with fine ballads.
I am baffled by the lukewarm comments of several other reviewers GP is the king of the more obscure musicians. And yes, all four early GP albums listed by one reviewer are better than this effort but "Burning Questions" released in the early 90's is also strong and enjoyable.
One person found this helpful. This was Graham's ' After an attempt with a top 40 hit, the persuasive, "Wake Up", he offered this CD of love questioned, determined, lost, and lifted up. Melancoly and mesmezering, this is a fine marriage of anger apoligese and angst. This seemed to liberate him and he sang the sings on this CD with more passion than I had seen him sing before.
He stood at the lip of the stage and touched hands, seemed more comfortable than ever.
No one seemed to mind that he didn't sing any hits. We all said WOW! The Hall of Fame waits I would give this five stars if Short Memories and Here It Comes Again were replaced by two other songs,not even great songs,anything. Instant classic. You gotta listen to this album.
This burns softly and coolly with great production; one of his best. And this one is -- how does BQ rate in the GP oeuvre? There are a few sparks squeezed out but they don't really catch alight. It seems to me there's a transition going on between the band thing and the defiant simplicity of 12HE which was wholly performable solo. The range of talent on the album is impressive. Release Me's "gris gris you sprinkled in my bed is starting to make me crack" is a powerful image but "Ah my blood's still boiling, like a snake you come coiling" is, hmmm, how do you say, trite?
And we really expect a bit more than "I ain't nothin but your slave of love. Too Many Knots To Untangle is one of GP's better tracks on any album where the bitter and cynical world view is framed in an insistent love song.
The ooohs are reminiscent of Big Man On Paper and the great bass runs are musically among his best. There's no doubt GP finds the world stupid and evil -- he needs to share his loneliness with someone who understands him but he doesn't want his partner to be bitter -- he needs the comfort of uncomplicated love.
In Love is a Burning Question "The only time the world makes sense to us is when we come I'll endlessly search for your heart with a carnal switchblade I've used you you're bleeding I know but don't be afraid It's just a place oblivion? This song has a rather overblown sense of grandeur -- it's a tender little ditty about futility and doesn't seem capable of carrying the superstructure of the production it gets. Despite the confusion in Platinum Blonde as to what it's really about this song is one of the better ones on the record. A diatribe about the Swedes or one in particular is a mite shallow as a topic but there are plenty of observations and clever comments thrown in.
The country picking seems to hearken back to Howlin Wind and forward to 12HE. Long Stem Rose has a haunting melody, not to my taste but memorable.
However once again the metaphor seems stretched beyond endurance. The whole idea might have been a single line in another song. It doesn't seem to have the same personal private meaning or power as say, Strong Winds. Short Memories is a single if there ever was one.
That one probaby still rubs the status quo up the wrong way. Its second verse adds the personal to the rollicking protest anthem.
Futility again with the bridge: "Sure there'll be another war. Just a fast rhythm guitar and scorching lyrics. A standout track. Spector-like wall of sound behind the rhythm guitar. Mr Tender's corny melody is the most un-GP like sound I can think of. And yet the lyrics are classic recent GP. A song I can't quite cope with musically, but it's a worthy effort, like They Murdered The Clown -- using a musical genre, or sound effect, has its dangers.
It can overwhelm your own melodic invention. Despite the advantages to the system, the news left many wondering how the new Sign In with Apple button would work, in practice, at a more detailed level. For the end user, the Sign In with Apple option is as fast as using the Facebook or Google alternative.
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They can opt to just use their own direct login instead. Or they can offer a direct login and Sign In with Apple, if they want. Just any third-party sign-in system. Although Facebook and Google are obviously the biggest providers of third-party sign-in services to apps, other companies, including Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat , have been developing their own sign-in options, as well. The company so far has only provided design guidelines to app developers. This user experience would not be great.
It may be one of those cases where this is handled privately with specific developers, without announcing anything publicly.
Or it may not make any exceptions at all, ever. Time will tell.