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9 thoughts on “ Still Remember Love - The Duke & The King - Nothing Gold Can Stay (CD, Album)

  1. The Duke & The King Nothing Gold Can Stay Still Remember Love takes a turn into Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young territory, albeit slightly adulterated with hints of Arthur Lee psychedelia.
  2. “Stay gold” is a reference to the Robert Frost poem that Ponyboy recites to Johnny when the two hide out in the Windrixville Church. One line in the poem reads, “Nothing gold can stay,” meaning that all good things must come to an end. By the end of the novel, the boys apply this idea to youthful innocence, believing that they cannot.
  3. The poem Nothing Gold Can Stay, was published in the 'Yale Review', October, , and in 'New Hampshire', This is compressed piece of poem where profound idea is simply put into the childlike rhyming words. In this poem, Frost explains that nothing on earth, especially that which is perfect and beautiful, can last forever. Everything has to go for transformation and has to change.
  4. Not that it was exactly a head-first leap: the band may have peppered the album with pop songs, but there was still a heavy dose of prog, as the concluding "Duke" suite made clear. This is modernist art rock, quite dissimilar to the fragile, delicate Selling England by the Pound, and sometimes the precision of the attack can be a little bombastic.
  5. Jul 16,  · Love & sex Home & garden Health & fitness The Duke and the King: Nothing Gold Can Stay 4 / 5 stars 4 out of 5 stars. (Loose) It can go wrong, though - .
  6. Whereas Simone Felice and his brothers tapped into one of the richest veins of America's folk tradition on their last three albums; for his debut with new band The Duke & The King, Simone and old friend and new partner Robert Chicken Burke together now combine elements of blue-eyed soul and Topanga Canyon - as indigenous and vintage as CSN (their name itself is a reference to Mark Twain's.
  7. Album: The Duke & The King, Nothing Gold Can Stay (Loose) from the admonition to remember old friends in "If You Ever Get Famous", to the recollections in "Union Street" of being "a regular.
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