|1||Learn To Learn||3:06|
|2||The Good Life||2:42|
|3||The Story Waits For No One||2:52|
|4||It's All Gone Quiet||3:24|
|5||The Airport Line||3:56|
|8||Scratch The Surface||4:30|
|MI0121LP||The Week That Was||The Week That Was (LP)||Memphis Industries||MI0121LP||UK||2008|
|MI10511442||The Week That Was||The Week That Was (CD, Album)||Memphis Industries||MI10511442||Europe||2008|
|URA271||The Week That Was||The Week That Was (CD, Album)||Memphis Industries, Spunk||URA271||Australia||2008|
|MI1051442P||The Week That Was||The Week That Was (CD, Album, Promo, Car)||Memphis Industries||MI1051442P||Europe||2008|
|MI0121CD||The Week That Was||The Week That Was (CD, Album)||Memphis Industries||MI0121CD||UK||2008|
That Was the Week That Was, informally TWTWTW or TW3, is a satirical television comedy programme on BBC Television in 1962 and 1963. It was devised, produced and directed by Ned Sherrin and presented by David Frost. An American version by the same name aired on NBC from 1964 to 1965, also featuring Frost. The programme is considered a significant element of the satire boom in the UK in the early 1960s. It broke ground in comedy through lampooning the establishment and political figures.
The main figure behind the Week That Was is former Field Music member Peter Brewis. With help from a wide range of musicians including David Brewis and Andrew Moore (making the album a mini-Field Music reunion of sorts), the self-titled debut is a lush and lovely slice of modern pop. The group's sound is no great departure from that of Field Music; it's just as arty, angular, and unfailingly melodic throughout. The main difference is that it's more arranged and complex thanks to the variety of players and instruments
The skill with which The Week That Was uses silence to complement and augment their crystal clear production values is what is most appealing about this album. Download at. Oct 23, 2008Jeff Terich.
BPM Profile The Week That Was. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Week That Was. The Week That Was. 2008.
The Week That Was is the side-project of Peter Brewis, member of the Sunderland art-rock band Field Music. The group was created by Brewis during Field Music's 2007-2009 hiatus, during which the two Brewis brothers Peter & David Brewis went off to pursue wider musical interests not under the 'Field Music' umbrella.
This was always going to be a long week. Monday I stayed in the office until 19:00. The answer was, unfortunately: no very much. Tuesday – IVF clinic.
That said, my everlasting thought on this album has always been that it's one of the great 'what-if' scenarios in hard rock, as we will never know what the next album would have sounded like, had Bonnet been retained (much as I admire Joe Lynn Turner, it was no longer Rainbow IMHO). The first tape I ever owned was the first Rainbow album. I remember the singles of this album from the local youth club juke box and seeing the videos somewhere, probably Top of the Pops. So, this album has a massive nostalgia aspect for me and the band had quite an impact on my formative years in making me inquisitive about rock music. Yes, it’s not the best Rainbow album.