Scott Walker ‎– Scott

Label:
Philips ‎– SBL 7816, Philips ‎– 844 202 BY
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Pays:
Sortie:
Genre:
Pop
Style:

Tracklist Masquer Crédits

A1 Mathilde
Written-By – Jouannes*, Brel*, Shuman*
A2 Montague Terrace (In Blue)
Written-By – Engel*
A3 Angelica
Written-By – Weil/Mann*
A4 The Lady Came From Baltimore
Written-By – Hardin*
A5 When Joanna Loved Me
Written-By – Segal*, Wells*
A6 My Death
Written-By – Brel*, Shuman*
B1 The Big Hurt
Written-By – Wayne Shanklin
B2 Such A Small Love
Written-By – Engel*
B3 You're Gonna Hear From Me
Written-By – Previn*, Previn*
B4 Through A Long And Sleepless Night
Written-By – Newman*, Gordon*
B5 Always Coming Back To You
Written-By – Engel*
B6 Amsterdam
Written-By – Brel*, Shuman*

Crédits

Notes

Initially version with black label design.
Includes a 'signed' portrait of Scott Walker.

Code-barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Rights Society: BIEM/NCB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): 844202 1Y//1▽420 1 51 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): 844202 2Y//1▽420 1 1

Autres Versions (5 de 29) Tout Afficher

N° de Cat Artiste Titre (Format) Label N° de Cat Pays Année
510 879-4 Scott Walker Scott(Cass, Album, RE) Fontana 510 879-4 UK & Europe 1992 Vendre cette version
PSK 3298 Scott Walker Scott(LP, Album) Philips PSK 3298 South Africa 1967 Vendre cette version
SRS 67099 Scott Walker Aloner(LP, Album) Smash Records (4) SRS 67099 US 1967 Vendre cette version
510 879-2 Scott Walker Scott(HDCD, Album, RE, RM) Fontana 510 879-2 UK & Europe 2000 Vendre cette version
B 632 383 L Scott Walker Scott(LP, Album, Mono) Philips B 632 383 L Spain 1968 Vendre cette version

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BaroqueNChamber

BaroqueNChamber

24 janvier 2012
4.5/5

The first Scott Walker solo album is a strong showcase of the singer's musical vision. Past influences and future ambitions juxtapose brilliantly throughout the record, mixing his unique, deep crooning tradition with bizarre themes, from which the Brel translations and Walker's own compositions are plain extraordinary. The extreme contrasts of the songs' structures, a balance between chaotic themes and saccharin orchestrations, would become Walker's trademark during his late 60s' records. As his career developed, Walker would become a deeper and darker artist, slowly getting rid of the ultra-sweet arrangements of his early career, and Scott (I) acts as the perfect bridge.