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liner notes

pl.n.
Explanatory notes included in the packaging of a musical recording.

liner notes

pl n
(Music, other) the US name for sleeve notes

lin′er notes`


n.pl.
explanatory or interpretative notes about a record, cassette, etc., printed on the cover or included in the package.
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I am told by Offshore Music, one of the partners for the re-release of Ultraelectromagneticpop, it comes in a gatefold release with lyrics, liner notes.
These upbeat songs will delight parents as well as little ones, and the physical CD includes liner notes with complete song lyrics for sing-along fun!
According to the liner notes, the Prince Regent's Band is a group that was formed to explore the wealth of historic chamber music for brass and wind instrument from a period between the French Revolution (1785) and the end of the First World War (1918).
As the album's liner notes disclose, Menescal's first encounter with Kent's music came by way of a DJ's musical compilation that included the singer's standout cover of George Gershwin's 'Isn't It A Pity?'-and he was hooked!
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The only complaint around this cycle is that the texts printed in the liner notes do not perfectly align with the texts that Eley actually sings.
Liner notes: "I can't die now, 'cause I got another show to do," moans Patterson Hood in this chunky, down-home rocker, saluting fellow Southern musician Gregory Dean Smalley, who died from aids.
Extensive liner notes enlighten the listener about the performers who made each song a beloved popular hit.
Gandhi is prominently quoted in the liner notes: "Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony."
The liner notes with the CD give the Cree words for each song as well as a loose English translation of the Cree words for those songs.
Williams' biographer, Colin Escott, wrote the liner notes for the album and said the recordings were used to augment live acts on local radio stations.