8 thoughts on “ You Woke Up My Neighbourhood - Billy Bragg - Dont Try This At Home (CD, Album)

  1. With Johnny Marr (who helped produce two tracks), Peter Buck, Michael Stipe, and Kirsty MacColl on hand to give the sessions a taste of star power, Don't Try This at Home sounds full but uncluttered; the arrangements (most complete with -- gasp! -- drums) flesh out Bragg's melodies, giving them greater strength in the process, and Billy's craggy vocals wrap around 9/
  2. Folks, this is one of those rare album where filler is nowhere to be seen! Bragg really outdid himself in this, his second full band album, "Don't Try This At Home". The sound this time around is richer, more refined than that of his previous albums, and more commercial-sounding as well/5(23).
  3. You Woke Up My Neighbourhood Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin – Peter Buck Backing Vocals – Michael Stipe Bass, Steel Guitar [Pedal] – John Keane Drums – JFT Hood Electric Guitar – Wiggy (2) Fiddle – Andy Carlson Vocals – Billy Bragg Written-By – Bragg*, Buck* 2: Ontario Quebec And Me Guitar, Vocals – Billy Bragg Written-By /5(4).
  4. With Billy Bragg. Billy Bragg performs in the music video "You Woke Up My Neighbourhood" from the album "Don't Try This at Home" recorded for Elektra Records. The music video begins with Billy Bragg laying in his bed as he sings. He gets up as guest appear in his bedroom and begin to dance.
  5. This bluegrass-tinged tune about a couple's screaming fights was an unexpected choice for the second single from 's Don't Try This at Home, but the fact that the song was co-written by Peter Buck, who also plays acoustic guitar and mandolin, and also features harmonies by Buck's bandmate Michael Stipe makes it one of the more commercially viable songs on the album. As on many of Billy Bragg's .
  6. About “You Woke Up My Neighbourhood” From the album Don’t Try This at Home, this song features the unmistakable mandolin and backing vocals of R.E.M. ’s .
  7. The words I should have said to you The things I always meant to do The bad dreams that all came true. Chorus: You woke up my neighbourhood Night after night we would row You woke up my neighbourhood Things are pretty quiet round here now. When I think of how we were together I know we couldn’t be like that for ever Beneath the Seven Sister stars.
  8. May 22,  · The video for You Woke Up My Neighbourhood with Michael Stipe & Peter Buck from REM who also feature on the song. (Also with a young looking Phil Jupitus.).

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