Steal These 6 Style Moves from Alex Turner. Alex Turner + Josh Homme read out lyric fragments on their phones. Photo: Thanira Rates Buy tickets safely & securely with Seatwave Alex Turner appeared on Josh Homme's new Beats 1 radio show last night (29 July), and the pair took it in turns to read unfinished lyric ideas on their phones.
The Queens Of The Stone Age frontman recently began his show, named The Alligator Hour, on Apple Music's new Beats 1 radio channel. The latest episode aired yesterday evening and featured a special guest - Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner. The pair have worked together several times in the past - Turner contributed vocals to QOTSA's latest album ...Like Clockwork, while Homme sang on 'Knee Socks' and produced Arctic Monkeys' third album Humbug. The pair discussed their songwriting process during The Alligator Hour, with Homme noting, "What was interesting about the time we recorded together is that you would change lyrics but I never saw a pen or piece of paper. " "I have notebooks and do write things down, but I don't know how much sense it would make," Turner said. The Quiet Poeticism of Alex Turner. Alex Turner, the smoking hot, ice cool frontman of the Arctic Monkeys, is not just a beautiful musician.
He’s also the unsung hero of the noughties crop of lyricists, whose writing quietly electrifies meaning; and for many, the voice of a generation. What with their being a band and not The Dead Poets Society, the Arctic Monkeys are unsurprisingly mostly known for tunes alone – however its Turner’s lyrics that ultimately earn them royal status within the alternative music world. An ability to write stunning lyrics is Turner’s gift, his way of changing the world if you like, and Alex never fails to satisfy as far as the words are concerned. Lyrics are an underrated part of song craft; a catchy melody or flamboyant delivery can often overshadow the words within them, but they’re the bridge between musician and listener, and really the true measure of a song. Turner’s lyrics brush off the idea that they’re true ambassadors of feeling, yet we can all relate to the emotions that they evoke. Alex Turner: His 35 Greatest Lyrics So Far.
Over the last decade, Alex Turner has proven himself to be one of Britain's finest lyrical wordsmiths.
Here's 35 examples of the Monkey mainman's best work. "Great escape lost track of time and space/ She's a silver lining climbing on my desire" "What came first the chicken or the dickhead? " "Does it help you stay up late / Does it help you concentrate / Does it tune you in / When you chew your chin" "Flicking through a little book of sex tips / Remember when the boys were all electric? " "Didn't you see she were gorgeous, she was beyond belief / But this lad at the side drinking his Smirnoff ice / Came and paid for her Tropical Reef" "It sort of feels like I'm running out of time/ I haven't found all I was hoping to find / You said you got to be up in the morning, going to have an early night / And you're starting to bore me, baby, why'd you only call me when you're high? "
10 Things you probably didn't know about Sean Bean. From 1998 to 2008 Sean Bean played Napoleonic soldier Richard Sharpe in 16 episodes of the television series Sharpe, based on Bernard Cornwell’s best-selling novels.
Now, in the two part HISTORY series, Sean Bean on Waterloo, the actor draws on actual eye-witness accounts of soldiers who fought in the battle to tell the story of the dramatic events of 18 June 1815. While Sean is busy providing us with gripping information about Waterloo, perhaps we should take a moment to familiarise ourselves with some interesting little known facts about the man himself. 10.
Sean Bean was considered for the role of John Smith in Disney's 1995 film Pocohontas but lost out to Mel Gibson. 9. Sean Bean Net Worth. Sean Bean net worth and salary: Sean Bean is a British actor who has a net worth of $20 million.
Sean Bean has an acting resume that anyone could be proud of. But his net worth wasn't earned overnight – Bean has worked as a character actor in a variety of movies and television shows, and while his name might not be familiar to you, it's a sure bet you've seen his face. Like many actors, Bean's career began on the stage, earning lots of acclaim for his work in Waiting for Godot, and his work with the Royal Shakespeare Company. He made his film debut in 1986 in the film Caravaggio. Sean Bean. Your source for everything sean bean. Sean Bean - The Mighty Bean - The Mighty Bean.