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Jews For Jesus Blues - Clem Snide - End Of Love (CD, Album)

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  1. Jan 01,  · Listen to your favorite songs from End Of Love by Clem Snide Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. Clem Snide's fifth album holds no surprises for anyone who has heard albums one through four. End of Love is just as whip smart, goofy, and satisfying as any of them. It holds the usual 50/50 ratio of deeply emotional ballads and rollicking uptempo numbers, the usual raft of off-kilter pop culture references (German hip-hop, I Love Lucy on "Made for TV Movie"), and a distinct country-rock 8/
  3. Jews for Jesus Blues Lyrics: I was searching for something I could not describe / So I stared at the sun till the tears filled my eyes / Well I thought I was empty so I paid the cost / But now.
  4. May 23,  · Barzelay and Avett then mine Clem Snide’s album End Of Lovewith “Jews For Jesus Blues.” The duo return to Forever Just Beyondwith “Some Ghost” and the album’s lead single, “Roger Ebert,” to.
  5. May 25,  · Still, their voices blended warmly as they tackled three spiritually searching songs from the (great) new record, as well as an older track that fits Forever Just Beyond ‘s themes perfectly: “Jews for Jesus Blues,” from Clem Snide’s album End of Love.
  6. Clem Snide - Jews For Jesus Blues Lyrics. I was searching for something I could not describe So I stared at the sun till the tears filled my eyes Well, I thought I was empty so I pai.
  7. End of Love, an Album by Clem Snide. Released 22 February on spinART (catalog no. SPART ; CD). Genres: Indie Pop, Indie Folk. Featured peformers: Brendan Fitzpatrick (bass, keyboards, vocals), Ben Martin (drums), Eric Paull (drums), Ben Perowsky (drums), Pete Fitzpatrick (guitar, banjo, euphonium, vocals), Paul Burch (guitar, vibraphone), Eef Barzelay (guitar, vocals, producer, writer.
  8. May 23,  · Still, their voices blended warmly as they tackled three spiritually searching songs from the (great) new record, as well as an older track that fits Forever Just Beyond's themes perfectly: "Jews for Jesus Blues," from Clem Snide's album End of Love.

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