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9 thoughts on “ You And Your Sister - Chris Bell - I Am The Cosmos (CD, Album) ”

  1. I Am the Cosmos is the only solo album by the American pop-rock musician Chris Bell, eventually released in by Rykodisc, having been recorded over a period of two to three years during the mids. Bell had previously been a member of Big Star. In the album was remastered and re-released in a deluxe two-CD version by Rhino Handmade with alternate versions and additional .
  2. Jul 17,  · Prior to Rykodisc’s I Am The Cosmos in , only two of the tracks (the title cut and “You and Your Sister”) were released during Bell’s lifetime; both tracks were pressed on a single released shortly before a car crash took the Memphis hero’s life. (Much of it was recorded long before that, after Bell departed Big Star and decamped.
  3. In , Bell’s brother David gathered together the tapes Chris made after leaving Big Star in and had them released on Ryko under the title I Am The Cosmos. The first disc of the new Rhino collection replicates the Ryko CD and showcases Bell’s heartfelt, searching lyrics and stellar guitar playing.
  4. I Am The Cosmos Lyrics: Every night I tell myself "I am the cosmos / I am the wind" / But that don't get you back again / Just when I was starting to feel okay / You're on the phone / I never want.
  5. Unreleased for over 15 years, I Am the Cosmos is nevertheless an enduring testament to the brilliance of Chris Bell; lyrically poignant and melodically stunning, this lone solo album is proof positive of his underappreciated pop bradilunwartechararisurlongticde.coinfo cuts like "Get Away," "I Got Kinda Lost," and "Fight at the Table" recall the glowing, energetic power pop of Bell's earlier work, the majority of the.
  6. Chris Bell I Am The Cosmos (Rykodisc). The context: As Alex Chilton's songwriting partner in power-pop legend Big Star, Chris Bell was an overlooked member of an overlooked band—not an enviable position, considering his ambition and genius. When Big Star collapsed in , Bell—wrestling with his faith, his sexual orientation, and his capsized dreams—retreated to the French Alps to work Author: Jason Heller.
  7. After co-founding Big Star, the world only received two tracks of new music from Chris Bell during his lifetime—a single on the Car Records label run by Chris Stamey (dB’s, Sneakers) titled “I Am The Cosmos” b/w ”You And Your Sister.” He would tragically be killed in /5(85).
  8. After co-founding Big Star, the world only received two tracks of new music from Chris Bell during his lifetime—a single on the Car Records label run by Chris Stamey (dB’s, Sneakers) titled “I Am The Cosmos” b/w ”You And Your Sister.” He would tragically be killed in .

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