Carly Simon – Hello Big Man (1983/2015) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz]

Carly Simon - Hello Big Man (1983/2015) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz] Download

Artist: Carly Simon
Album: Hello Big Man
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 1983/2015
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 39:36
Total Tracks: 10
Total Size: 1,44 GB


1. Carly Simon – You Know What To Do (04:17)
2. Carly Simon – Menemsha (04:44)
3. Carly Simon – Damn You Get To Me (03:18)
4. Carly Simon – Is This Love (04:17)
5. Carly Simon – Orpheus (03:55)
6. Carly Simon – It Happens Everyday (02:48)
7. Carly Simon – Such A Good Boy (04:03)
8. Carly Simon – Hello Big Man (05:33)
9. Carly Simon – You Don’t Feel The Same (02:46)
10. Carly Simon – Floundering (03:51)


“Hello Big Man” is singer-songwriter Carly Simon’s eleventh studio album, originally released in 1983. It is also her last album for Warner Bros. Records. It was a commercial disappointment upon release, despite a positive reception from critics. The album featured Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare on a number of tracks, including one Bob Marley cover. The title of the album is an allude to the reply that Simon’s mother, Andrea Simon, gave to her father, Richard Simon, when they first met. He said “hello little woman”, and she replied “hello big man”.Hello Big Man, Carly Simon’s first new studio album of original material in more than three years, followed on from her 1981 album of standards, Torch, and the British Top Ten success of her collaboration with Chic, “Why.” Both experiences (plus, perhaps, her 1980 hit “Jesse”) seemed to have reinvigorated her taste in pop music, if Hello Big Man was any indication. The sound was a return to the style of Anticipation and No Secrets after years of following trends – the songs were romantic, with the erotic edge that had charged much of Simon’s best material. The album was typically uneven, what with its reggae material (including a redundant cover of Bob Marley’s “Is This Love”), but also typically personal and compelling. The title track was a winning account of her parents’ courting, complete with a happy-ever-after ending that didn’t occur in real life.

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