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Jukebox the Ghost is an American three-piece power pop band formed in the Washington, . The band consists of Ben Thornewill (vocals & piano), Tommy Siegel (vocals & guitar) and Jesse Kristin (drums). The band has been active since 2003. In 2003, Thornewill, Siegel, and Kristin met while attending George Washington University. and formed a band called "The Sunday Mail". After two years, they decided to change their name.
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13 May at 10:00 ·. It has been ELEVEN years since we last played at Cape Girardeau, MO (I know, that's an insanely long time) and we are pumped to finally be heading back in September for the Shipyard Music Festival.
Produced by Andrew Dawson. Album Jukebox the Ghost. Yeah you dream but you have to Work out the secrets you have Kiss him under the dream light Don't tell me, I won't ask. I just want you to feel happy I just want you to be glad So that every time you wake up You're not thinking of someone Trying to set you back. Good idea, good idea, you keep me waiting round I'll just wait here until you decide to come back to town You don't call, that's alright, you send me a postcard You send me a postcard You send me a postcard.
With Jukebox the Ghost, however, the smarts have taken a backseat to straightforward pop songwriting. All of the songs fall within the 3:00-3:40 range. Even worse, in the oversimplifying of its sound, Jukebox the Ghost has made its biggest weakness more pronounced, namely its awkward ways of dealing with heavy emotional issues. Made for Ending" is a big offender here; the chorus of that song consists of the refrain: "I should have known, Right from the start, That we were made for ending. These lyrics stand out all the more weirdly given the song's pop jaunt; like "Sound of a Broken Heart" right before it, "Made for Ending" botches its attempt to balance heartache and joviality.
Richard & Linda Thompson's marriage was crumbling as they were recording Shoot Out the Lights in 1982, and many critics have read the album as a chronicle of the couple's divorce. In truth, most of the album's songs had been written two years earlier (when the Thompsons were getting along fine) for an abandoned project produced by Gerry Rafferty, and tales of busted relationships and domestic discord were always prominent in their songbook.
I want it, I need it, I want somebody I want it, I need it, I want your eyes to turn I need it, I want it, I want somebody, baby Now this is my turn. I dont want any more doors Cause Im walking on the string They only slam anymore Like were pulling out teeth And I could just see her eyes Just above his shoulder And you were scanning the skies for me I dreamt like you were some long-forgotten soldier Like I was someone that you cared for. I want it, I need it.
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