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Get Behind Me - Scott Walker - Scott 4 (CD, Album)

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  1. Get Behind Me is the ninth track from Scott Walker’s fifth studio album Scott 4. It's a rousing song where Walker explores his growing interest in soul music.
  2. Album · · 10 Songs. Sign In For You Browse Radio Open in iTunes. Sign In Scott 4 Scott Walker Pop · Preview SONG TIME The Seventh Seal. 1. PREVIEW On Your Own Again. 2. PREVIEW The World's Strongest Man Get Behind Me. 9.
  3. Get behind me, Get behind me Remind me to remind me Not to go back there again Submit Corrections. Writer(s): Scott Engel. AZLyrics. S. Scott Walker Lyrics. album: "Scott 4" () The Seventh Seal. On Your Own Again. The World's Strongest Man. Angels Of Ashes. Boy Child. Hero Of The War.
  4. May 20,  · Scott 4 is Scott Walker's fifth solo album (a collection of songs he had performed for his BBC television series had been his fourth). It was originally released in late under his birth name.
  5. Sep 20,  · Scott 4 (Half Speed Master) "Despite its initial lukewarm reaction, the album failed to chart on release (possibly due to the album being released under his birth name of Noel Scott Engel!), today ‘Scott 4’ is considered one of his greatest achievements and has been recognised as a major influence on countless artists – David Bowie, Jarvis Cocker, Marc .
  6. Scott Walker – Scott 4 is the first Walker album to feature entirely original material, and his songwriting is more lucid and cutting. Several of the tracks stand among his finest. “The Seventh Seal,” based upon the classic film by Ingmar Bergman, features remarkably ambitious (and relatively successful) lyrics set against a haunting.
  7. Add album to Cart. See more Discography. Bish Bosch Scott Walker Boy Child: The Best Of Scott Walker Scott: The Collection CD1 Scott: The Collection THE DRIFT Scott: The Collection CD4 Get Behind Me: $ Rhymes Of Goodbye: $
  8. Feb 20,  · Interestingly, Scott 4 -- released in -- was a commercial flop. The album is comprised of material written entirely by Walker but was released under his real name. All subsequent re-releases.
  9. Walker dropped out of the British Top Ten with his fourth album, but the result was probably his finest '60s LP. While the tension between the bloated production and his introspective, ambitious lyrics remains, much of the over-the-top bombast of the orchestral arrangements has been reined in, leaving a relatively stripped-down approach that complements his songs rather than .