|A1||Shake It Out||5:42|
|A2||Shake It Out (Radio)||3:37|
|B1||Shake It Out (Instrumental)||4:20|
|B2||Shake It Out (Percussion Boost)||5:37|
Complete your Raw Image (2) record collection. Discover Raw Image (2)'s full discography. Shake It Out (12", Single).
Shake It Up (American TV series). Redirected from Shake It Up (. Shake It Up (sometimes stylized as Shake It Up!) is an American sitcom that originally aired on Disney Channel from November 7, 2010 to November 10, 2013
So shake him off!" It was produced and co-written by Paul Epworth (Adele, Bloc Party), with whom Florence worked with on the entire album. The studio guru had previously collaborated with the singer on several of her Lungs tracks and she told Pitchfork it was because of one of his contributions to her debut album that she got him to produce the whole of Ceremonials. The way that 'Cosmic Love' turned out really made me want to do the whole next record with him," she said. The song is about having a hangover and wanting to shake it out. Speaking to XFM radio, Florence explained: "I wanted to just shake something out, shake out these regrets, shake out these things that haunt you. It was one of those songs that came in about half an hour and when you've got a hangover, it is almost like a hangover cure. You're like, thank you!"
It was released on February 7, 1973, by Columbia Records. Musically, the album departed from the "groove-ridden, feel-based songs" of the band's first two records in favor of more anthemic hard rock while featuring guitar and songwriting contributions by James Williamson.
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The new setup allowed the Cars more time to tinker with their sound, but also meant that much of the album was recorded in pieces by each member of the band, instead of them being in the same room. While it's not something that seems like an issue on the album's big hits, the pensive "Since You're Gone" and the timelessly silly title track, other songs on the record mostly sound a little lifeless and mechanical, filled with tinny drum machines, odd sound effects, and not much inspiration
The imagery of Shake it Out tells the story of an initiation ritual in a strange secret society while No Light No Light describes a profound spiritual change in the context of duality. We’ll look at the esoteric meaning of both videos. Shake it Out. Taking place in a strange masquerade ball with masked guests – reminiscent of the secret society orgy in the movie Eyes Wide Shut – Shake it Out follows Florence’s evolution. An image from Duncan’s Ritual of Freemasonry describing the initiation of a new Mason. He is blindfolded and walked around the Lodge. The lyrics of the song sustain the overall theme of these kinds of initiations as they pertain to the abandoning of a dark past and the embracing of a new life. Even her band name alludes to it. Florence (her) and the machine (those in control). But it doesn’t say she’s with the machine, or working for it per se.