The Blue Nile – Let’s Go Out Tonight (Official Audio)

 

‘Let’s Go Out Tonight’ by The Blue Nile taken from 1989 album ‘Hats’.

Where the cars go by All the day and night Why don’t you say What’s so wrong tonight? Pray for me Praying for the light Baby, baby Let’s go out tonight Where the lights all shine Like I knew they would Be mine all mine Baby I’ll be good Pray for me Praying for the light Baby, baby Let’s go out tonight I know a place Where every thing’s alright, alright Let’s go out tonight Where the cars go by All the day and night Why don’t you say What’s so wrong tonight? I pray for love Coming out alright, yeah Baby, baby Let’s go out tonight, yeah Baby, be my baby Let’s go out tonight Tonight, tonight Yeah, tonight

 

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The Blue Nile – Let’s Go Out Tonight

Taken from the documentary titled “The Blue Nile – Flags and Fences 1990”. I love how the quality of the video is not good, it adds to the aesthetic. I LOVE YOU, PAUL BUCHANAN.

 

Blue Nile 2020

The Blue Nile, formed by childhood Glasgow friends Paul Buchanan and Robert Bell, is a moody synth jazz UK soul mood band. When they arrived aurally understated into our 1990 lives, we were not ready for them. They lasted due to the unique postmodern vibe-film noir, Berlin-Glasgow rainy night, 2 AM at the bar-by your self Paul Buchanan vocal and sultry synth jazz/pop sotto narrativo. A band perfectly designed for our time.

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Lyrics

From a late night train
Reflected in the water
When all the rainy pavement
Lead to you
It’s over now
I know it’s over
But I can’t let go
The cigarettes, the magazines
All stacked up in the rain
There doesn’t seem to be a funny side
It’s over now
I know it’s over
But I can’t let go
From a late-night train
The little towns go rolling by
And people in the station
Going home
It’s over now
I know it’s over
But I love you so
Source: LyricFind
Songwriters: Paul Gerard Buchanan
From a Late Night Train lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

The Blue Nile – From a Late Night Train (Official Audio)

 

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Edinburgh, Scotland, UK Published on October 14, 2020 Canon, PowerShot G5 X Mark II Free to use under the Unsplash License Sunset in Edinburgh

The Blue Nile – Saturday Night (Official Audio)

 

The Blue Nile Official

 

 

The Blue Nile – Saturday Night live

 

SONG
Saturday Night

ARTIST
The Blue Nile

ALBUM
Hats

WRITERS
Paul Gerard Buchanan

LICENSES

FUGA (on behalf of Confetti Records); Kobalt Music Publishing, LatinAutorPerf, BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, CMRRA, Abramus Digital, ASCAP, MINT_BMG, ARESA, and 5 Music Rights Societies

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Edinburgh, UK Published on September 6, 2019 Free to use under the Unsplash License Early sunset over Calton Hill in Edinburgh, Scotland. Summer 2019
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The Blue Nile – Over the Hillside (Official Audio)

 

Lyrics Workin’ night and day I try to get ahead But I don’t get ahead this way Workin’ night and day The railroad and the fence Watch the train go roll around the bend Over the hillside Over the moment Over the hills and waiting Workin’ night and day I try to get ahead Workin’ night and day Don’t make no sense Walk me into town The ferry will be there To carry us away into the air Over the hillside Over white water Over the hills and falling The stars in your eyes Knowin’ what’s right The stars in your eyes Don’t explain Over the hillside Over the hillside Over the hills and waiting Over the hillside Over the hillside Over the hills and home, we’ll go Tomorrow I will be there Tomorrow I will be there Tomorrow I will be there Oh, you wait and see I can’t go on and I can’t go back I don’t feel so, a matter of fact I tried and tried to make good sense What’s the good to try it all again? Source: Musixmatch Songwriters: Paul Gerard Buchanan Over the Hillside lyrics © Wb Music Corp., Buchanan Music, Kobalt Music Services Ltd Kms
Blue Nile A Walk Across the Rooftops
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The Blue Nile – The Downtown Lights (Official Audio)

 

‘The Downtown Lights’ by The Blue Nile taken from the 1989 album ‘Hats’.

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Edinburgh, UK, Scotland Published on July 15, 2020 Canon, EOS 5D Mark IV Free to use under the Unsplash License

The Blue Nile – Headlights on the Parade (Official Audio)

 

‘Headlights on the Parade’ by The Blue Nile is taken from the 1989 album ‘Hats’.

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The Blue Nile – Easter Parade (Official Audio)

‘Easter Parade’ by The Blue Nile taken from their 1984 debut ‘A Walk Across the Rooftops’. Song Easter Parade (2012 Remaster) Artist The Blue Nile Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Virgin Records Ltd); ASCAP, UMPG Publishing, LatinAutorPerf, BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, Abramus Digital, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, ARESA, LatinAutor – PeerMusic, and 6 Music Rights Societies
Easter Parade The Blue Nile The line of traffic comes to a standstill For the love King, out in the morning air I find a place I started from The wild is calling, this time I follow Easter parade In the bureau typewriter’s quiet Confetti falls from every window Throwing hats up in the air A city perfect in every detail Easter parade I know you, birthday cards and silent music Paperbacks and Sunday clothes In hallways and railway stations Radio across the morning air A crowd of people everywhere And then the people, all running forward Easter parade Source: Musixmatch Songwriters: Buchanan Paul Gerard / Bell Robert Angus Easter Parade lyrics © Wb Music Corp., Berlin Irving Music Corp., Flag 22 Publishing, Buchanan Music, Kobalt Music Services Ltd Kms
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Crow flying against yellow background sky by Darshan Patel on Unsplash

The Blue Nile & Rickie Lee Jones – Easter Parade + Flying Cowboys

 

[Stereo] Two live [in-the-studio] performances with one song apiece from the respective performers, done in collaboration with the other artist[s].
Thank you PlayMy String THANG for confirming that, indeed, it is Sal Bernardi on guitar, as well.

The video has a few glitches, which do not alter the sound, while the Flying Cowboys’ audio is mixed a bit “hot”. This is how the source tape sounded to begin with.

Detailed Test Results

Sound Quality
The Sonos Move has overall very good sound quality. Bass has a good impact and goes deep. The midrange is even but is a bit hazy and grainy. Treble is extended but a bit subdued, dry and lean. Is a so-so job of recovering room ambiance and a bit of fine detail and complexity lacking? There is no significant difference between Wifi and Bluetooth sound quality. Provides a decent volume level in a small to medium-sized room. When combined with a second unit to form a stereo pair, they can be placed to provide better stereo separation than many other models overall score improves, remaining very good.

Versatility
Versatility is very good. It’s a monophonic speaker, with multi-room support with other Sonos speakers but not with other Amazon Echo speakers, although it’s added to the Amazon Echo App. Supports stereo pairing with another Sonos Move. Wireless: WiFi supports dual-Band, and it has Bluetooth. Communications: Amazon Alexa – Lacks support for calling, texting, and messaging features native to Alexa in Amazon Echo products; Google Assistant – Has support for calling and messaging but lacks it for texting on this unit. Digital Assistant Muting: Has a dedicated touch control to disable the digital assistant by muting its microphones. Audio Connections: Lacks analog audio inputs and outputs. Audio Tailoring: Has auto-calibration and treble and bass controls. OS Support: Android, iOS, and others. Other connections and features: Lacks USB port. Streaming by voice command: Supports voice command of many common streaming services such as Amazon Music, Apple Music, Pandora, Spotify, Tune-In, and iHeart Radio. Voice ID: Lacks support to set up voice identity using this speaker, although it can use a voice print stored in a user’s Amazon account trained from an Amazon speaker. This feature allows the account holder to access personal information with their “voice print.”

Ease of Use
Overall ease of use of the Sonos Move is very good. Wireless setup: Setup requires an app downloaded to a device or device connection, easy and intuitive – need instructions (may be included in-app), may or may not involve inputting WiFi network password, and account setups. Console controls: Volume controls are prominent but, unlike earlier Sonos models, ambiguously labeled, making it unclear as to their function. Lacks graphical position marking or index of level. It has an audible tone that adjusts with level selection. Volume may also be controlled via a natural language command. Audio mute: Unlabeled – well placed – with indication when it is engaged. Microphone mute: Well marked, well placed, clear indication when engaged. Source selections: Requires app to be installed; app installation is straightforward. Once the app is installed, switching between inputs is fairly intuitive. App remote: Volume controls are prominent and have graphical position marking but lack specific index markings. Mute: (Remote) Well marked, well placed, clear indication when it is engaging and mutes the line input. Voice transport controls Natural language control of transport (Play/Pause/Skip/Mute), volume controls, and source selection was easy and intuitive.

Edinburgh, Scotland, UK Published on October 14, 2020 Canon, PowerShot G5 X Mark II Free to use under the Unsplash License Sunset in Edinburgh

The Blue Nile – Free Trade Hall, Manchester – 21/09/1990 (As broadcast by The BBC)

I used to really enjoy listening and indeed recording the BBC Radio 1 In Concert series on a Saturday evening during the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. I still have the cassette tapes and as the BBC has no immediate plan to make these available to the public I have decided to release close to 250 of these historical recordings on my YouTube channel. — DISCLAIMER! —- Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational, or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
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The Blue Nile – ‘Here Come The Bluebirds’ (Lyrics Video)

 

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