“Jesus Of Cool” by Nick Lowe - album review

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TJR says

Debut album from the 28-year-old singer-songwriter-multi-instrumentalist, taking some timeout as the bassist with Rockpile. Well versed in pop history, his brand of new-wave power-pop recalls everything from Buddy Holly to the Rolling Stones to Sweet to Dury's Blockheads. The album houses his greatest chart hit, “I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass” (UK #7). Smart.

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A1 [02:03] 5.2.png Nick Lowe - Music For Money (Nick Lowe) Rock
A2 [03:05] 7.8.png Nick Lowe - I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass (Nick Lowe, Andrew Bodnar, Steve Goulding) New Wave
A3 [02:51] 5.8.png Nick Lowe - Little Hitler (Nick Lowe, Dave Edmunds) Pop
A4 [03:13] 4.9.png Nick Lowe - Shake And Pop (Nick Lowe) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A5 [03:45] 3.5.png Nick Lowe - Tonight (Nick Lowe) Pop
B1 [02:23] 7.2.png Nick Lowe - So It Goes (Nick Lowe) New Wave
B2 [03:25] 6.5.png Nick Lowe - No Reason (Nick Lowe) Ska / Rocksteady
B3 [02:50] 6.3.png Nick Lowe - 36 Inches High (Jim Ford) New Wave
B4 [02:41] 6.7.png Nick Lowe - Marie Provost (Nick Lowe) Pop
B5 [02:46] 3.7.png Nick Lowe - Nutted By Reality (Nick Lowe) Pop
B6 [04:15] 6.5.png Nick Lowe - Heart Of The City [live] (Nick Lowe) Proto-Punk

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