Monday, 17 August 2015

Bryan Adams: Get Up Overview

#953: Hello ... Hello ... my old friends ... It's great to see you once again! Here Is The (Old) News! Whilst Yours Truly KJS has been en vacances in the South West of England during the last week and a bit, Bryan Adams duly issued an official press release on Monday 10th August revealing the detail of his new Jeff Lynne produced album "Get Up" as well as the music video for an initial download track and rockabilly ditty "You Belong To Me".

The lead single "Brand New Day" will be released on Tuesday 8th September and it'll be accompanied by a music video also featuring Helena Bonham-Carter. With a running time of just over thirty six (36) minutes, "Get Up" promises to have the same feel as Jeff's successful 2012 comeback release "Long Wave" with a mixture of songs of relatively short duration coupled with four (4) acoustic versions with an additional twelve (12) minute interview on selected editions.
The album artwork for "Get Up" has been already hinted at by KJS/ELOBF!
Bryan recently said of his latest studio album that it "... came together quite organically" and that there "is a carefree feeling about (the) album" with Jeff adding that he has "always been a big fan of Bryan so getting to work with him was a great pleasure." (end quote)]

"You Belong To Me" is available to download now via,, GooglePlay, iTunes (GB) and iTunes (US)"Get Up" by Bryan Adams can presently be pre-ordered in CD, Deluxe 2CD, LP and download formats via these links thus:

The Deluxe Edition of "Get Up" includes not a few extras!
"Get Up!" trax will be: "You Belong to Me" (2:29) ~ "Go Down Rockin'" (2:58) ~ "We Did It All" (3:25) ~ "That's Rock and Roll" (2:48) ~ "Don't Even Try" (2:25) ~ "Do What Ya Gotta Do" (2:14) ~ "Thunderbolt" (2:15) ~ "Yesterday Was Just A Dream" (2:57) ~ "Brand New Day" (3:33) ~ "Don't Even Try (Acoustic)" (2:28) ~ "We Did It All (Acoustic)" (2:56) ~ "You Belong to Me (Acoustic)" (2:31) ~ "Brand New Day (Acoustic)" (3:04) ~ Interview (Deluxe/download editions only)(12:33)

ELO Beatles Forever (ELOBF) recommends "Get Up" by Bryan Adams to those enlightened folks who enjoy the music of ELO/Jeff LynneRoy WoodThe MoveThe Idle Race'Brum Beat'The Beatles and related artistes.

Until next "Time" in the ELO (and related) Universe ... KJS ... 17-Aug-2015

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