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Oct - 02
2012

Dont Always Look At The Rain - Howard Jones - Humans Lib


1984
Label: WEA - WXC1,WEA - WX1C,WEA - 240335-4,WEA - 240 335-4 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Sweden • Genre: Electronic, Pop • Style: Synth-pop
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Human's Lib is an unintentionally revealing title for Howard Jones ' debut album. What first seems like a play on words reveals itself as something of an empowering manifesto, a shift that mirrors his music.

Upon first glance, Human's Lib appears to be state-of-the-art synth pop circa a record where every element outside of the human voices appears to be electronic. While that may well be true, Jones isn't a futurist the way Dont Always Look At The Rain - Howard Jones - Humans Lib peers as Depeche Mode or Eurythmics are.

At his core, Jones is a reconstituted free spirit, preaching the power of positive thinking and advocating universal love. His dedication to synthesizers does camouflage Jones ' innate hippie, which gives the album an appealing dichotomy: underneath his electronics and stylish haircut, he's singing about subjects better suited to acoustic guitars and tie-dyed T-shirts. Still, Human's Lib benefits from Jones ' complete immersion in synths, giving the album a glimmering sheen that remains Nashville Moon - Ronnie Milsap - Lost In The Fifties Tonight of the dawn of MTV.

In particular, "New Song" is quintessential post-New Wave synth pop, all percolating blips and analog washes held together by a massive melodic hook. Throughout Human's LibJones usually relies on texture, a move that makes the album an ingratiating artifact, but there are moments where his songcraft surfaces.

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10 Replies to “ Dont Always Look At The Rain - Howard Jones - Humans Lib ”

  1. Human's Lib Lyrics: Sometimes I'd like to go to bed / With a hundred women or men / And lose my mind in lust and drink / And to hit some people into feeling good, oh / Sometimes I'd like to dance in.
  2. Howard Jones In Japan Howard Jones In Japan is a live recording from the NHK Hall in Tokyo in This is Howard again as a one man band with Jed Hoile accompanying him with the visuals on stage. An edited version of this was broadcast on UK BBC TV in the late 80's entitled Late Night In Concert. New Song Tao Te Ching Hunt The Self Pearl In.
  3. Jul 04,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Howard Jones - Human's Lib at Discogs. Complete your Howard Jones collection/5().
  4. Howard Jones "Human's Lib": Sometimes I'd like to go to bed With a hundred women or men And lose my mind in lust and drink And t.
  5. Howard Jones for the first time ever performs his multi platinum selling albums Humans Lib and Dream Into Action in their entirety. This CD was originally issued to those who purchased VIP tickets to Howard's Humans Lib / Dream Into Action show at The O2 Shepherds Bush Empire in April
  6. Human's Lib is an unintentionally revealing title for Howard Jones' debut album. What first seems like a play on words reveals itself as something of an empowering manifesto, a shift that mirrors his music. Upon first glance, Human's Lib appears to be state-of-the-art synth pop circa a record where every element outside of the human voices appears to be electronic.9/

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