Category: Classic Rock

Chuck Prophet - Brother Aldo (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Produced by Chuck Prophet & Scott Matthews. (Fire Records, ) Before the breakup [of Green On Red], Prophet laid the foundation for a solo career, recording his debut album Brother Aldo on a whim for around $ "I think that's what it cost, or maybe I read that somewhere," recalled Prophet.
  2. Chuck Prophet's music. Complete and official discography (with sound clips, reviews, etc) for Chuck Prophet GIGS Brother Aldo (Fire Records, ) The Hurting Business (Cooking Vinyl, ) Til You Came Along (Cooking Vinyl, ) What It Takes (China Records, ) Heart Breaks Like the Dawn (China Records, ) Chuck.
  3. Product description. NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILE rioperziochangrenvioplethessicanfatal.xyzinfo No Other Love is the sixth album in a solo career that began when California native Chuck Prophet split from Green on Red in Green on Red helped lead the way for the insurgent country of the s, but on his own Prophet has grown far beyond the category/5(38).
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  5. Feb 29,  · Born in the Southern California suburb of Whittier, the San Francisco-based Prophet made his debut as a solo artist in with Brother Aldo (Fire .
  6. Prophet made an intriguing departure with The Hurting Business, a loose-knit concept album inspired by Danish director Lars Von Trier's "Dogma 95" film movement, one rooted in naturalism and realism. Von Trier's films, most notably Breaking the Waves, are free of effects and incorporate natural lighting and hand-held cameras to reveal the.
  7. The studio was state-of-the-art for Surgical masks were as common as sunglasses. Earthquakes shook the streets. This was Mexico City, , the city that was the muse for Chuck Prophet’s new album ¡Let Freedom Ring! Needing a vantage point.
  8. May 20,  · With a new album and biography on the horizon, and in response to some requests, I am rebooting this as a new thread. All contributions welcome! ***** Brother Aldo was actually cut a few years before Green on Red finally disbanded. A slightly tongue in cheek reflection from Chuck about the recording process runs like this.