9 thoughts on “ Wonderful And Sad - Hawksley Workman - Lover/Fighter (CD, Album) ”

  1. More produced than previous releases, Hawksley Workman's Lover/Fighter has occasioned some disrespect amongst the faithful. True, the bigger sound (especially in the drums and piano) often recalls U2, but these songs are grander than the cabaret sketches of For Him and the Girls, or the psychosexual tension of (last night we were) the delicious 4/5(25).
  2. Aug 31,  · referencing Lover / Fighter, CD, Album, Enh, Does anyone know abotu a 3" that may have come with some or all copies? I have a 3" cd in cardboard sleeve, just called lover/fighter, it has 4 tracks, and the number on the sleeve is /5(31).
  3. Even looking at Lover-Fighter from the perspective of a fan, it's hard to know what Hawksley Workman was thinking with some of the heavy-handed production choices, though. Right off the bat, "We Will Still Need a Song" -- by any other measure a classic Workman song -- is polished to a glassy sheen more reminiscent of U2 than Workman, a 5/
  4. Lover/Fighter is an album by Canadian artist Hawksley Workman, released in The album debuted at #33 on the Canadian Albums Chart. Track list disc: 1 "We Will Still Need a Song" – "Even An Ugly Man" – "Wonderful and Sad" – "Anger as Beauty" – "No Reason to Cry Out Your Eyes (On the Highway Tonight)" – Genre: Indie rock.
  5. Aug 17,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Hawksley Workman: Wonderful And Sad YouTube Hawksley Workman - We're Not Broken Yet - Duration: Six Shooter Records 16, views.
  6. 3. Wonderful and Sad 4. Anger as Beauty 5. No Reason To Cry Out Your Eyes 6. (On The Highway Tonight) 7. Tonight Romanticize the Automobile 8. The Future Language of Slaves 9. Smoke Baby Autumn’s Here Ilfracombe (Hidden Bonus Track) Addicted (Hidden Bonus Track).
  7. Lover/Fighter Hawksley Workman. Wonderful And Sad Lyrics. 4. Anger As Beauty Lyrics. 5. No Reason To Cry More Hawksley Workman albums Meat. Milk.
  8. More produced than previous releases, Hawksley Workman's Lover/Fighter has occasioned some disrespect amongst the faithful. True, the bigger sound (especially in the drums and piano) often recalls U2, but these songs are grander than the cabaret sketches of For Him and the Girls, or the psychosexual tension of (last night we were) the delicious constranilcomdownccomcapsmetphytomcone.cos:
  9. The story of Canadian singer/songwriter Hawksley Workman is equally compelling whether you take it as fact or fantasy. Workman, who would eventually launch a celebrated career as solo artist and indie Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.

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