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  • P J Harvey -To bring you my love

    Duration: 5:34 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    P J Harvey -To bring you my love

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  • PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love

    Duration: 6:34 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love

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  • PJ Harvey [2016] - To Bring you My Love {HD}

    Duration: 7:13 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    PJ Harvey 2016 - To Bring you My Love HD

    To Bring You My Love I was born in the desert I been down for years Jesus, come closer I think my time is near And I've traveled over Dry earth and floods Hell and high water To bring you my love Climbed over mountains Travelled the sea Cast down off heaven Cast down on my knees I've laid with the devil Cursed god above Forsaken heaven To bring you my love To bring you my love To bring you my love To bring you my love I know he's gonna be here He know he's gonna be here Yeah alright Forsaken heaven Cursed god above Lay with the devil Bring you my love To bring you my love To bring you my love To bring you my love Songwriter:Polly Harvey

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  • PJ Harvey - To bring you my love

    Duration: 5:14 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    PJ Harvey - To bring you my love

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  • PJ Harvey- To bring you my love ♥

    Duration: 4:24 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    PJ Harvey- To bring you my love ♥

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  • "To Bring You My Love", PJ Harvey - Paris, Juin 2016

    Duration: 8:15 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    "To Bring You My Love", PJ Harvey - Paris, Juin 2016

    "To Bring You My Love", PJ Harvey Festival We Love Green, Paris - 5 Juin 2016

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  • PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love - 01 To Bring You My Love

    Duration: 6:35 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love - 01 To Bring You My Love

    full album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3a1Qzo0q6M&list=PLTUlTwlsdlFQhGYG43lE63cOThHmtSVLi To Bring You My Love (1995) "Call me Lazarus," growls Polly Jean Harvey on the astonishing To Bring You My Love. It's funny, it's impressive, and we should take her at her word. Never a shrinking violet on record — and perhaps tired of being called a slip of a girl — Harvey bawls and shouts and moans her way through a set of blues-inspired tunes that are strange, skewed and solitary. "It's my voodoo working," she declaims elsewhere, and there's nothing to say but "Yes, yes!" On her first three albums, the heralded Dry (1992), the more problematic Rid of Me (1993) and the Rid of Me spinoff, 4-Track Demos (1993), Harvey rocked and roiled her way through female traumas and triumphs. While working traditional thematic turf — the body and soul of the suffering woman — she ripped to shreds staid truths about femininity. Such paradoxes generate power. Harvey reckons with more than that, too: She has ambitions to remake rock & roll and its myths in her own guise. In the process she stretches her musical references. Her covers of such classics as Bob Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" (on Rid of Me) and Willie Dixon's "Wang Dang Doodle" (on John Peel's British radio program) show an abiding interest in taking on the past, more particularly its male legends. In the same spirit in which Liz Phair answered the Rolling Stones on Exile in Guyville — but to a very different end — Harvey dive bombs the canon on To Bring You My Love. She may get her sense of play from Captain Beefheart and her sense of drama from Patti Smith, but it's the blues and blues-schooled greats whom Harvey transfigures — John Lee Hooker, Howlin' Wolf, Jagger-Richards, Hendrix, Zeppelin. Nevertheless, listeners will probably find To Bring You My Love a relief after the beating producer Steve Albini gave the occasionally gloriousRid of Me. This time, Harvey co-produces (with U2 producer Flood and percussionist John Parish) for a result that combines Dry's ecstasy with Rid's agony. Harvey plays organ on every cut — along with singing and playing some guitar — adding still more dimension. The other musicians — guitarist Joe Gore, percussionists Jean-Marc Butty and Joe Dilworth, plus a string quartet on three tracks — help fuel the fire. To Bring You My Love, full of portents, searching for grace, pulls its themes straight from the mythological terrain of the blues. Harvey forces personae to fit this music; her imagery is highly symbolic — not personal but essentially private. On the title track, over a chugging bass riff, she sings: "I was born in the desert/I've been down for years/Jesus, come closer/I think my time is near.... I've lain with the devil/Cursed God above/Forsaken heaven/To bring you my love." On a hissing, rubbery blast called "Long Snake Moan," a raw-voiced Harvey warns: "Bring me, lover/All your power.... In my dreaming/You'll be drowning.... You oughta hear my long snake moan." On "The Dancer," Harvey feelingly sings: "He came riding fast/Like a phoenix out of fire flames/He came dressed in black with a cross bearing my name/He came bathed in light and the splendor and glory/I can't believe what the Lord has finally sent me." And then she gives a few toy shrieks: it's so over the top that you're not sure her vision of a male savior on a horse isn't a put-on. So what's this young, white, bluesdrenched woman doing? In attempting to create a sexual landscape as charged as the Midnight Rambler's, Harvey envisions a teeming underworld where she is victim, aggressor and accomplice, song by song. The sexual menace, the left-behind woman, allegories about a son, a daughter, a "blue-eyed whore" — all these are put in the service of a primal vision on To Bring You My Love: Harvey's bitter struggles with her demons and her wicked, wanton sympathy for the devil. - Stephen Thomas Erlewine -

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  • Steve Green - All To Bring You Glory [Official Music]

    Duration: 5:48 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Steve Green - All To Bring You Glory Official Music

    Steve's latest album, Rest In The Wonder, delivers yet again a full range of songs which point to the human emotion and expression that make you want to linger long after you hear them. Recorded with the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. http://www.stevegreenministries.org/music/rest_in_the_wonder.php

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  • PJ Harvey To Bring You My Love

    Duration: 4:25 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    PJ Harvey To Bring You My Love

    19.10.07 part 10 live sets 2007 complete set https://1fichier.com/?ncnn3875xs

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  • To Bring You My Love-PJ Harvey (Title Track).wmv

    Duration: 6:33 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    To Bring You My Love-PJ Harvey Title Track .wmv

    First song from the album To Bring You My Love

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  • PJ Harvey - To bring you my love (subtitulada español)

    Duration: 7:40 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    PJ Harvey - To bring you my love subtitulada español

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  • To Bring You Back By Paul Alan

    Duration: 3:27 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    To Bring You Back By Paul Alan

    Awesome song by Paul Alan

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  • All to Bring You Glory

    Duration: 5:57 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    All to Bring You Glory

    "All to Bring You Glory" performed by Sandi Patty ----------------- STAY CONNECTED! FBC JAX: Website: http://www.fbcjax.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/FirstBaptistJacksonville Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/fbcjax G+: http://google.com/+fbcjax Instagram: http://instagram.com/fbcjax SANDI PATTY: Website: http://sandipatty.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Sandi.Patty.Music Twitter: http://twitter.com/SandiPattyP

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  • PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love - 10 The Dancer

    Duration: 4:06 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love - 10 The Dancer

    full album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3a1Qzo0q6M&list=PLTUlTwlsdlFQhGYG43lE63cOThHmtSVLi To Bring You My Love (1995) "Call me Lazarus," growls Polly Jean Harvey on the astonishing To Bring You My Love. It's funny, it's impressive, and we should take her at her word. Never a shrinking violet on record — and perhaps tired of being called a slip of a girl — Harvey bawls and shouts and moans her way through a set of blues-inspired tunes that are strange, skewed and solitary. "It's my voodoo working," she declaims elsewhere, and there's nothing to say but "Yes, yes!" On her first three albums, the heralded Dry (1992), the more problematic Rid of Me (1993) and the Rid of Me spinoff, 4-Track Demos (1993), Harvey rocked and roiled her way through female traumas and triumphs. While working traditional thematic turf — the body and soul of the suffering woman — she ripped to shreds staid truths about femininity. Such paradoxes generate power. Harvey reckons with more than that, too: She has ambitions to remake rock & roll and its myths in her own guise. In the process she stretches her musical references. Her covers of such classics as Bob Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" (on Rid of Me) and Willie Dixon's "Wang Dang Doodle" (on John Peel's British radio program) show an abiding interest in taking on the past, more particularly its male legends. In the same spirit in which Liz Phair answered the Rolling Stones on Exile in Guyville — but to a very different end — Harvey dive bombs the canon on To Bring You My Love. She may get her sense of play from Captain Beefheart and her sense of drama from Patti Smith, but it's the blues and blues-schooled greats whom Harvey transfigures — John Lee Hooker, Howlin' Wolf, Jagger-Richards, Hendrix, Zeppelin. Nevertheless, listeners will probably find To Bring You My Love a relief after the beating producer Steve Albini gave the occasionally gloriousRid of Me. This time, Harvey co-produces (with U2 producer Flood and percussionist John Parish) for a result that combines Dry's ecstasy with Rid's agony. Harvey plays organ on every cut — along with singing and playing some guitar — adding still more dimension. The other musicians — guitarist Joe Gore, percussionists Jean-Marc Butty and Joe Dilworth, plus a string quartet on three tracks — help fuel the fire. To Bring You My Love, full of portents, searching for grace, pulls its themes straight from the mythological terrain of the blues. Harvey forces personae to fit this music; her imagery is highly symbolic — not personal but essentially private. On the title track, over a chugging bass riff, she sings: "I was born in the desert/I've been down for years/Jesus, come closer/I think my time is near.... I've lain with the devil/Cursed God above/Forsaken heaven/To bring you my love." On a hissing, rubbery blast called "Long Snake Moan," a raw-voiced Harvey warns: "Bring me, lover/All your power.... In my dreaming/You'll be drowning.... You oughta hear my long snake moan." On "The Dancer," Harvey feelingly sings: "He came riding fast/Like a phoenix out of fire flames/He came dressed in black with a cross bearing my name/He came bathed in light and the splendor and glory/I can't believe what the Lord has finally sent me." And then she gives a few toy shrieks: it's so over the top that you're not sure her vision of a male savior on a horse isn't a put-on. So what's this young, white, bluesdrenched woman doing? In attempting to create a sexual landscape as charged as the Midnight Rambler's, Harvey envisions a teeming underworld where she is victim, aggressor and accomplice, song by song. The sexual menace, the left-behind woman, allegories about a son, a daughter, a "blue-eyed whore" — all these are put in the service of a primal vision on To Bring You My Love: Harvey's bitter struggles with her demons and her wicked, wanton sympathy for the devil. - Stephen Thomas Erlewine -

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  • To Bring You Back - Paul Alan

    Duration: 4:35 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    To Bring You Back - Paul Alan

    Great song by Paul Alan

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  • Flume - Bring You Down feat. George Maple

    Duration: 5:39 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Flume - Bring You Down feat. George Maple

    Flume - Bring You Down feat. George Maple Don't forget to subscribe: http://smarturl.it/FlumeAUS Download Flume: Deluxe Edition - http://smarturl.it/flume_deluxe Subscribe to the Flume YouTube channel here: http://bit.ly/ZRdavo From Flume's debut album. http://www.facebook.com/flumemusic http://www.soundcloud.com/flume http://www.flumemusic.com www.facebook.com/futureclassic www.futureclassic.com.au www.facebook.com/transgressiverecords www.transgressive.co.uk

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  • PJ HARVEY-To Bring You My Love (LIVE) ♡

    Duration: 6:50 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    PJ HARVEY-To Bring You My Love LIVE ♡

    PJ Harvey ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ queen Of DrakNESS ♡ ♡ ♡ to bring you my love live at 98 I was born in the desert I been down for years Jesus, come closer I think my time is near And I've traveled over Dry earth and floods Hell and high water To bring you my love Climbed over mountains Travelled the sea Cast down off heaven Cast down on my knees I've lain with the devil Cursed god above Forsaken heaven To bring you my love To bring you my love To bring you my love To bring you my love I know he's gonna be here You know he's gonna be here Yeah alright Forsaking heaven Curse god above Lay with the devil Bring you my love To bring you my love To bring you my love To bring you my love

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  • P.J. Harvey - To bring you my love (Firenze, ObiHall, October 24th 2016)

    Duration: 8:57 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    P.J. Harvey - To bring you my love Firenze, ObiHall, October 24th 2016

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  • "Bring You To Life (Transcend)" OFFICIAL AUDIO - Steve Aoki & Rune RK ft. Ras

    Duration: 6:45 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    "Bring You To Life Transcend " OFFICIAL AUDIO - Steve Aoki & Rune RK ft. Ras

    Official audio for "Bring You To Life (Transcend)" by Steve Aoki and Rune RK featuring Ras, available on iTunes now: http://bit.ly/1f0f35L Check out the official music video with a special cameo from Richard Simmons!: http://bitly.com/BringYouToLife_Vid Tickets are now on sale for the Aokify America tour: http://bitly.com/AokifyAmerica. Join Steve Aoki on the Aokify America tour w/ Waka Flocka Flame, Borgore, and special guest Pharrell (on select dates!). SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/AokiYouTube LIKE on Facebook: http://bit.ly/AokiFacebook FOLLOW on Twitter: http://bit.ly/AokiTwitter Subscribe to Steve Aoki's YouTube channel for the latest music videos, tour footage, mixes, and the best in dance music! New videos every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday!

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  • PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love - 06 Long Snake Moan

    Duration: 5:16 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love - 06 Long Snake Moan

    full album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3a1Qzo0q6M&list=PLTUlTwlsdlFQhGYG43lE63cOThHmtSVLi To Bring You My Love (1995) "Call me Lazarus," growls Polly Jean Harvey on the astonishing To Bring You My Love. It's funny, it's impressive, and we should take her at her word. Never a shrinking violet on record — and perhaps tired of being called a slip of a girl — Harvey bawls and shouts and moans her way through a set of blues-inspired tunes that are strange, skewed and solitary. "It's my voodoo working," she declaims elsewhere, and there's nothing to say but "Yes, yes!" On her first three albums, the heralded Dry (1992), the more problematic Rid of Me (1993) and the Rid of Me spinoff, 4-Track Demos (1993), Harvey rocked and roiled her way through female traumas and triumphs. While working traditional thematic turf — the body and soul of the suffering woman — she ripped to shreds staid truths about femininity. Such paradoxes generate power. Harvey reckons with more than that, too: She has ambitions to remake rock & roll and its myths in her own guise. In the process she stretches her musical references. Her covers of such classics as Bob Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" (on Rid of Me) and Willie Dixon's "Wang Dang Doodle" (on John Peel's British radio program) show an abiding interest in taking on the past, more particularly its male legends. In the same spirit in which Liz Phair answered the Rolling Stones on Exile in Guyville — but to a very different end — Harvey dive bombs the canon on To Bring You My Love. She may get her sense of play from Captain Beefheart and her sense of drama from Patti Smith, but it's the blues and blues-schooled greats whom Harvey transfigures — John Lee Hooker, Howlin' Wolf, Jagger-Richards, Hendrix, Zeppelin. Nevertheless, listeners will probably find To Bring You My Love a relief after the beating producer Steve Albini gave the occasionally gloriousRid of Me. This time, Harvey co-produces (with U2 producer Flood and percussionist John Parish) for a result that combines Dry's ecstasy with Rid's agony. Harvey plays organ on every cut — along with singing and playing some guitar — adding still more dimension. The other musicians — guitarist Joe Gore, percussionists Jean-Marc Butty and Joe Dilworth, plus a string quartet on three tracks — help fuel the fire. To Bring You My Love, full of portents, searching for grace, pulls its themes straight from the mythological terrain of the blues. Harvey forces personae to fit this music; her imagery is highly symbolic — not personal but essentially private. On the title track, over a chugging bass riff, she sings: "I was born in the desert/I've been down for years/Jesus, come closer/I think my time is near.... I've lain with the devil/Cursed God above/Forsaken heaven/To bring you my love." On a hissing, rubbery blast called "Long Snake Moan," a raw-voiced Harvey warns: "Bring me, lover/All your power.... In my dreaming/You'll be drowning.... You oughta hear my long snake moan." On "The Dancer," Harvey feelingly sings: "He came riding fast/Like a phoenix out of fire flames/He came dressed in black with a cross bearing my name/He came bathed in light and the splendor and glory/I can't believe what the Lord has finally sent me." And then she gives a few toy shrieks: it's so over the top that you're not sure her vision of a male savior on a horse isn't a put-on. So what's this young, white, bluesdrenched woman doing? In attempting to create a sexual landscape as charged as the Midnight Rambler's, Harvey envisions a teeming underworld where she is victim, aggressor and accomplice, song by song. The sexual menace, the left-behind woman, allegories about a son, a daughter, a "blue-eyed whore" — all these are put in the service of a primal vision on To Bring You My Love: Harvey's bitter struggles with her demons and her wicked, wanton sympathy for the devil. - Stephen Thomas Erlewine -

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  • Steve Green - All To Bring You Glory - lyric video

    Duration: 5:53 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Steve Green - All To Bring You Glory - lyric video

    All To Bring You Glory

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  • Brett Eldredge - "Bring You Back" [Official Audio]

    Duration: 3:14 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Brett Eldredge - "Bring You Back" Official Audio

    Get Brett's debut album Bring You Back on iTunes here: http://smarturl.it/brettitunes © 2013 Listen to Brett Eldredge's new song "Bring You Back" For music, updates, tour dates, and more, visit www.bretteldredge.com

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  • PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love - 03 Working For The Man

    Duration: 5:50 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love - 03 Working For The Man

    full album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3a1Qzo0q6M&list=PLTUlTwlsdlFQhGYG43lE63cOThHmtSVLi To Bring You My Love (1995) "Call me Lazarus," growls Polly Jean Harvey on the astonishing To Bring You My Love. It's funny, it's impressive, and we should take her at her word. Never a shrinking violet on record — and perhaps tired of being called a slip of a girl — Harvey bawls and shouts and moans her way through a set of blues-inspired tunes that are strange, skewed and solitary. "It's my voodoo working," she declaims elsewhere, and there's nothing to say but "Yes, yes!" On her first three albums, the heralded Dry (1992), the more problematic Rid of Me (1993) and the Rid of Me spinoff, 4-Track Demos (1993), Harvey rocked and roiled her way through female traumas and triumphs. While working traditional thematic turf — the body and soul of the suffering woman — she ripped to shreds staid truths about femininity. Such paradoxes generate power. Harvey reckons with more than that, too: She has ambitions to remake rock & roll and its myths in her own guise. In the process she stretches her musical references. Her covers of such classics as Bob Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" (on Rid of Me) and Willie Dixon's "Wang Dang Doodle" (on John Peel's British radio program) show an abiding interest in taking on the past, more particularly its male legends. In the same spirit in which Liz Phair answered the Rolling Stones on Exile in Guyville — but to a very different end — Harvey dive bombs the canon on To Bring You My Love. She may get her sense of play from Captain Beefheart and her sense of drama from Patti Smith, but it's the blues and blues-schooled greats whom Harvey transfigures — John Lee Hooker, Howlin' Wolf, Jagger-Richards, Hendrix, Zeppelin. Nevertheless, listeners will probably find To Bring You My Love a relief after the beating producer Steve Albini gave the occasionally gloriousRid of Me. This time, Harvey co-produces (with U2 producer Flood and percussionist John Parish) for a result that combines Dry's ecstasy with Rid's agony. Harvey plays organ on every cut — along with singing and playing some guitar — adding still more dimension. The other musicians — guitarist Joe Gore, percussionists Jean-Marc Butty and Joe Dilworth, plus a string quartet on three tracks — help fuel the fire. To Bring You My Love, full of portents, searching for grace, pulls its themes straight from the mythological terrain of the blues. Harvey forces personae to fit this music; her imagery is highly symbolic — not personal but essentially private. On the title track, over a chugging bass riff, she sings: "I was born in the desert/I've been down for years/Jesus, come closer/I think my time is near.... I've lain with the devil/Cursed God above/Forsaken heaven/To bring you my love." On a hissing, rubbery blast called "Long Snake Moan," a raw-voiced Harvey warns: "Bring me, lover/All your power.... In my dreaming/You'll be drowning.... You oughta hear my long snake moan." On "The Dancer," Harvey feelingly sings: "He came riding fast/Like a phoenix out of fire flames/He came dressed in black with a cross bearing my name/He came bathed in light and the splendor and glory/I can't believe what the Lord has finally sent me." And then she gives a few toy shrieks: it's so over the top that you're not sure her vision of a male savior on a horse isn't a put-on. So what's this young, white, bluesdrenched woman doing? In attempting to create a sexual landscape as charged as the Midnight Rambler's, Harvey envisions a teeming underworld where she is victim, aggressor and accomplice, song by song. The sexual menace, the left-behind woman, allegories about a son, a daughter, a "blue-eyed whore" — all these are put in the service of a primal vision on To Bring You My Love: Harvey's bitter struggles with her demons and her wicked, wanton sympathy for the devil. - Stephen Thomas Erlewine -

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  • PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love - 07 Down By The Water

    Duration: 3:15 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love - 07 Down By The Water

    full album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3a1Qzo0q6M&list=PLTUlTwlsdlFQhGYG43lE63cOThHmtSVLi To Bring You My Love (1995) "Call me Lazarus," growls Polly Jean Harvey on the astonishing To Bring You My Love. It's funny, it's impressive, and we should take her at her word. Never a shrinking violet on record — and perhaps tired of being called a slip of a girl — Harvey bawls and shouts and moans her way through a set of blues-inspired tunes that are strange, skewed and solitary. "It's my voodoo working," she declaims elsewhere, and there's nothing to say but "Yes, yes!" On her first three albums, the heralded Dry (1992), the more problematic Rid of Me (1993) and the Rid of Me spinoff, 4-Track Demos (1993), Harvey rocked and roiled her way through female traumas and triumphs. While working traditional thematic turf — the body and soul of the suffering woman — she ripped to shreds staid truths about femininity. Such paradoxes generate power. Harvey reckons with more than that, too: She has ambitions to remake rock & roll and its myths in her own guise. In the process she stretches her musical references. Her covers of such classics as Bob Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" (on Rid of Me) and Willie Dixon's "Wang Dang Doodle" (on John Peel's British radio program) show an abiding interest in taking on the past, more particularly its male legends. In the same spirit in which Liz Phair answered the Rolling Stones on Exile in Guyville — but to a very different end — Harvey dive bombs the canon on To Bring You My Love. She may get her sense of play from Captain Beefheart and her sense of drama from Patti Smith, but it's the blues and blues-schooled greats whom Harvey transfigures — John Lee Hooker, Howlin' Wolf, Jagger-Richards, Hendrix, Zeppelin. Nevertheless, listeners will probably find To Bring You My Love a relief after the beating producer Steve Albini gave the occasionally gloriousRid of Me. This time, Harvey co-produces (with U2 producer Flood and percussionist John Parish) for a result that combines Dry's ecstasy with Rid's agony. Harvey plays organ on every cut — along with singing and playing some guitar — adding still more dimension. The other musicians — guitarist Joe Gore, percussionists Jean-Marc Butty and Joe Dilworth, plus a string quartet on three tracks — help fuel the fire. To Bring You My Love, full of portents, searching for grace, pulls its themes straight from the mythological terrain of the blues. Harvey forces personae to fit this music; her imagery is highly symbolic — not personal but essentially private. On the title track, over a chugging bass riff, she sings: "I was born in the desert/I've been down for years/Jesus, come closer/I think my time is near.... I've lain with the devil/Cursed God above/Forsaken heaven/To bring you my love." On a hissing, rubbery blast called "Long Snake Moan," a raw-voiced Harvey warns: "Bring me, lover/All your power.... In my dreaming/You'll be drowning.... You oughta hear my long snake moan." On "The Dancer," Harvey feelingly sings: "He came riding fast/Like a phoenix out of fire flames/He came dressed in black with a cross bearing my name/He came bathed in light and the splendor and glory/I can't believe what the Lord has finally sent me." And then she gives a few toy shrieks: it's so over the top that you're not sure her vision of a male savior on a horse isn't a put-on. So what's this young, white, bluesdrenched woman doing? In attempting to create a sexual landscape as charged as the Midnight Rambler's, Harvey envisions a teeming underworld where she is victim, aggressor and accomplice, song by song. The sexual menace, the left-behind woman, allegories about a son, a daughter, a "blue-eyed whore" — all these are put in the service of a primal vision on To Bring You My Love: Harvey's bitter struggles with her demons and her wicked, wanton sympathy for the devil. - Stephen Thomas Erlewine -

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  • To Bring You My Love

    Duration: 5:58 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    To Bring You My Love

    Del álbum A song is a song Vol.1

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  • PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love - O2 Academy Brixton - 31.10.16

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    PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love - O2 Academy Brixton - 31.10.16

    Live at O2 Academy Brixton London - 31st October 2016 Artist reserves all rights. No copyright infringement intended. For more information - http://pjharvey.net/

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  • All to Bring You Glory

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    All to Bring You Glory

    ensemble - given by children of missionaries at missions conference 2015

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  • PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love - 02 Meet Ze Monsta

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    PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love - 02 Meet Ze Monsta

    full album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3a1Qzo0q6M&list=PLTUlTwlsdlFQhGYG43lE63cOThHmtSVLi To Bring You My Love (1995) "Call me Lazarus," growls Polly Jean Harvey on the astonishing To Bring You My Love. It's funny, it's impressive, and we should take her at her word. Never a shrinking violet on record — and perhaps tired of being called a slip of a girl — Harvey bawls and shouts and moans her way through a set of blues-inspired tunes that are strange, skewed and solitary. "It's my voodoo working," she declaims elsewhere, and there's nothing to say but "Yes, yes!" On her first three albums, the heralded Dry (1992), the more problematic Rid of Me (1993) and the Rid of Me spinoff, 4-Track Demos (1993), Harvey rocked and roiled her way through female traumas and triumphs. While working traditional thematic turf — the body and soul of the suffering woman — she ripped to shreds staid truths about femininity. Such paradoxes generate power. Harvey reckons with more than that, too: She has ambitions to remake rock & roll and its myths in her own guise. In the process she stretches her musical references. Her covers of such classics as Bob Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" (on Rid of Me) and Willie Dixon's "Wang Dang Doodle" (on John Peel's British radio program) show an abiding interest in taking on the past, more particularly its male legends. In the same spirit in which Liz Phair answered the Rolling Stones on Exile in Guyville — but to a very different end — Harvey dive bombs the canon on To Bring You My Love. She may get her sense of play from Captain Beefheart and her sense of drama from Patti Smith, but it's the blues and blues-schooled greats whom Harvey transfigures — John Lee Hooker, Howlin' Wolf, Jagger-Richards, Hendrix, Zeppelin. Nevertheless, listeners will probably find To Bring You My Love a relief after the beating producer Steve Albini gave the occasionally gloriousRid of Me. This time, Harvey co-produces (with U2 producer Flood and percussionist John Parish) for a result that combines Dry's ecstasy with Rid's agony. Harvey plays organ on every cut — along with singing and playing some guitar — adding still more dimension. The other musicians — guitarist Joe Gore, percussionists Jean-Marc Butty and Joe Dilworth, plus a string quartet on three tracks — help fuel the fire. To Bring You My Love, full of portents, searching for grace, pulls its themes straight from the mythological terrain of the blues. Harvey forces personae to fit this music; her imagery is highly symbolic — not personal but essentially private. On the title track, over a chugging bass riff, she sings: "I was born in the desert/I've been down for years/Jesus, come closer/I think my time is near.... I've lain with the devil/Cursed God above/Forsaken heaven/To bring you my love." On a hissing, rubbery blast called "Long Snake Moan," a raw-voiced Harvey warns: "Bring me, lover/All your power.... In my dreaming/You'll be drowning.... You oughta hear my long snake moan." On "The Dancer," Harvey feelingly sings: "He came riding fast/Like a phoenix out of fire flames/He came dressed in black with a cross bearing my name/He came bathed in light and the splendor and glory/I can't believe what the Lord has finally sent me." And then she gives a few toy shrieks: it's so over the top that you're not sure her vision of a male savior on a horse isn't a put-on. So what's this young, white, bluesdrenched woman doing? In attempting to create a sexual landscape as charged as the Midnight Rambler's, Harvey envisions a teeming underworld where she is victim, aggressor and accomplice, song by song. The sexual menace, the left-behind woman, allegories about a son, a daughter, a "blue-eyed whore" — all these are put in the service of a primal vision on To Bring You My Love: Harvey's bitter struggles with her demons and her wicked, wanton sympathy for the devil. - Stephen Thomas Erlewine -

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  • P.j. Harvey - To Bring You My Love (lyrics)

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    P.j. Harvey - To Bring You My Love lyrics

    Lyrics: http://easylyrics.org/?artist=P.j.+Harvey&title=To+Bring+You+My+Love "P.j. Harvey - To Bring You My Love"

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