Bleeding Heart is one of several names given to albums of a 1968 jam session with Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, and others. The albums were fashioned from an informal two-track tape recording made by Hendrix that was subsequently stolen from his apartment. Although it presents a unique setting, critics and biographers have generally found fault with the sound quality and Morrison's performance.
From a Bleeding Heart. Gothic Metal Beseech. Список групп Gothic Metal Beseech. From a Bleeding Heart.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Bleeding Heart" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource.
From A Bleeding Heart (CD, Album, Unofficial). Not On Label (Beseech). From A Bleeding Heart (Cass, Album, Unofficial). This release has been blocked from sale in the marketplace.
Before the 20th century, the phrase bleeding heart was popular in the religious-tinged oratory of 19th century America. Throughout the 1860s, it comes up often in poetry, essays, and political speeches, as an expression of empathy and emotion. I come to you with a bleeding heart, honest and sincere motives, desiring to give you some plain thoughts, said one politician in an 1862 speech. The phrase comes from the religious image of Christ’s wounded heart, which symbolizes his compassion and love. I question the humanitarianism of any professional or semi-pro bleeding heart who clamors that not a single person must be allowed to hunger but would stall the entire legislative program in a fight to ham through a law intended, at the most optimistic figure, to save fourteen lives a year. Pegler was apparently pleased enough with this use of bleeding heart that he kept it up.
A Bleeding Heart is an EP by New Zealand band the Bleeders, released in 2003. Cast in the Shadows". The EP was repackaged and re-released in Australia in 2005. It was renamed to The Bleeders. It was put out as an introduction to the band in Australia. It was also put out to coincide with their Australian shows at the time. Angelo Munro – vocals. Ian King – guitar/backing vocals.
- Bass – Mick Aggro
- Drums – Norman Duffy
- Guitar – John Markie
- Producer – Michael Brathwaite
- Vocals – Alison Dalziel, Lianne Dalziel, Michael Brathwaite