It’s All Rock & Roll to Me – Part 2

rock n roll

 

I mentioned yesterday that I have days at work when I barely do more than turn on my computer, but then there are those days when I’m in front of it for 8 to 10 hours. BMFBV1D1 & BMFBV1D2 are my soundtracks for days like that.

There is a little of something here for just about every musical taste so Enjoy! 

 


 

BiteMeFanBoy-Vol 1 Disc 2

Playlist length: 9 hours 54 minutes 55 seconds

          1. The Chameleons – Silence, Sea And Sky (1:59)
          2. The Chameleons – Looking Inwardly (4:29)
          3. The Chameleons – The Fan, The Bellows (3:32)
          4. Paper Fleet – Be Your Man (2:26)
          5. Paul Kelly And The Coloured Girls – Bradman (7:26)
          6. Paul Kelly And The Coloured Girls – To Her Door (3:18)
          7. Placebo – Special Needs (5:16)
          8. +/- – Trapped Under Ice Floes (3:27)
          9. Quicksilver Messenger Service – Mona (7:01)
          10. Razorlight – Stumble and Fall (3:05)
          11. Red Elvises – Red Lips Red Eyes Red Stockings (2:47)
          12. Red House Painters – All Mixed Up (5:50)
          13. Ride – Vapour Trail (4:17)
          14. Rilo Kiley – Portions For Foxes (4:45)
          15. Robert Pollard with Doug Gillard – Pop Zeus (2:28)
          16. Ryan Adams – Luminol (Rock N Roll) (3:24)
          17. Ryan Adams – Somehow, Someday (4:24)
          18. Sarge – Stall (3:45)
          19. Say Hi To Your Mom – Hooplas Involving Circus Tricks (4:07)
          20. Sigur Rós – Fyrsta y Samskeyti (directo) (14:24)
          21. Sigur Ros – Star Lfur (6:47)
          22. Sigur Rós – Untitled #8 (aka popplagid-the pop song) (11:42)
          23. Singapore Sling – Guiding Light (6:14)
          24. Scissorfight – New Hampshire Ist In Ordnung, Wenn Du Gerne Kampfst (3:00)
          25. Smog – Dress Sexy At My Furneral (5:30)
          26. Smoking Popes – Need You Around (3:42)
          27. Social Distortion (Live at the Roxy) – Ring of Fire (Johnny Cash cover) (6:51)
          28. Soledad Brothers – Goin’ Back To Memphis (4:21)
          29. Starflyer 59 – The Lights On (3:07)
          30. Starflyer59 – Underneath (4:35)
          31. Stars Of The Lid – Archsong (18:00)
          32. Stars – Ageless Beauty (4:05)
          33. Stars – Your Ex-lover Is Dead (4:16)
          34. Stellastarr* – Untitled (5:08)
          35. Stereophonics – Dakota (4:57)
          36. Stereolab – Lo Boob Oscillator (6:36)
          37. Sufjan Stevens – Come On! Feel The Illinoise! (6:45)
          38. The Arcade Fire – Rebellion (Lies) (5:10)
          39. The Bats – Half Way to Nowhere (5:17)
          40. The Bigger Lovers – I Resign (3:16)
          41. The Boo Radleys – It’s Lulu (3:04)
          42. The Butterfield Blues Band – East-West (13:13)
          43. Paul Butterfield Blues Band – Work Song (7:53)
          44. The Chills – Familiarity Breeds Contempt (3:21)
          45. The Chills – Look For The Good In Others And They’ll See The Good In You (3:29)
          46. The Chills – Submarine Bells (3:41)
          47. The Clarks – I’m A Fool (3:54)
          48. The Clarks – Snowman (4:18)
          49. The Clean – Stars (5:20)
          50. The Clumsy Lovers – Single Girl (4:44)
          51. The Code Talkers – Flying Saucer Lights (6:02)
          52. The Consultants – Hollow-Bodied Evening (3:10)
          53. The Cure – Just Like Heaven (3:33)
          54. The Dambuilders – Candy Guts (3:23)
          55. The Dentists – An Agony In Twelve Fits (3:47)
          56. The Dentists – Faces on Stone (2:44)
          57. The Dream Syndicate – Halloween (6:12)
          58. The Field Mice – Emma’s House (3:36)
          59. The Field Mice – Sensitive (5:04)
          60. The Field Mice – When Morning Comes to Town (5:13)
          61. The Fine Print – Packed to Sell (6:53)
          62. The Flaming Lips – Do You Realize?? (3:32)
          63. The Frames – Fitzcarraldo (8:13)
          64. The Frames – Happy (4:56)
          65. The French Kicks – One More Time (3:20)
          66. The Futureheads – Hounds Of Love (3:02)
          67. The Get Up Kids – Forgive and Forget (3:26)
          68. The Go-Betweens – Quiet Heart (5:20)
          69. The Gris Gris – Everytime (3:49)
          70. The High Dials – Soul In Lust (4:18)
          71. The Housemartins – Happy Hour (2:21)
          72. The Ivory Coast – Swope (3:34)
          73. The Jam – Going Underground (2:56)
          74. The Jazz Butcher Conspiracy – Girl-Go (5:54)
          75. The Jazz Butcher – she’s on drugs (3:49)
          76. Jim Carroll Band – People Who Died (4:59)
          77. The Juliana Theory – To the Tune of 5000 Screaming Children (3:48)
          78. The Juliana Theory – Duane Joseph (4:09)
          79. Legendary Pink Dots – As Long As Its Purple and Green (6:04)
          80. The Meat Purveyors – Tallboy (2:56)
          81. The Mendoza Line – Sasha Goes Too Far/It Could Be the Nights (4:50)
          82. The Motet – Power (11:23)
          83. The Nails – 88 Lines About 44 Women (original) (4:38)
          84. The National – Abel (3:37)
          85. The New Year – Gasoline (3:33)
          86. The Oranges Band – All The Ghosts in Your House (1:18)
          87. The Pernice Brothers – Flaming Wreck (5:34)
          88. The Reverse – Blood on the Tape Machine (3:45)
          89. The Sound – Winning (4:18)
          90. The Stills – Yesterday Never Tomorrow (5:20)
          91. The Sun – Must Be You (3:15)
          92. The Undertones – You’ve Got My Number (2:37)
          93. The Walkmen – Everyone Who Pretended to Like Me is Gone (4:07)
          94. The Walkmen – The Rat (4:27)
          95. The Weakerthans – Psalm For The Elks Lodge Last Call (2:44)
          96. The Wedding Present – Anyone Can Make A Mistake (3:19)
          97. The Wedding Present – Why Are You Being So Reasonable Now? (2:34)
          98. The Wedding Present – Pourquoi Es Tu Devenue Si Raisonnable? (2:34)
          99. The Wedding Present – Shatner (2:06)
          100. The Wildweeds – No Good To Cry (2:39)
          101. The Wildweeds – Never Mind (2:05)
          102. The Wipers – Youth Of America (10:21)
          103. The Woodentops – Get It On (3:19)
          104. This Mortal Coil – I Come And Stand At Every Door (3:53)
          105. Tram – Now We Can Get On With Our Lives (4:33)
          106. Trans Am – I Want It All (3:56)
          107. Trembling Blue Stars – Sleep (4:23)
          108. Tristeza – Opiate Slopes (5:37)
          109. TullyCraft – Cowgirls On Parade (3:12)
          110. The Twilight Singers – Too Tough To Die (4:02)
          111. Velvet Crush – Atmosphere (3:53)
          112. Velvet Crush – Superstar (3:46)
          113. Velvet Crush – Time Wraps Around You (4:13)
          114. Velvet Underground – The Gift (8:18)
          115. Versus – Crazy – Maker (I’m Still In Lo (6:25)
          116. Versus – Shangri La (3:39)
          117. Willard Grant Conspiracy – Christmas in Nevada (3:43)
          118. William Shatner – Common People (4:33)
          119. Windy & Carl – Antartica (22:06)
          120. XTC – Making Plans For Nigel (4:16)
          121. Yo La Tengo – Today Is The Day (4:28)
          122. Zykos – Understanding Fire (6:07)
          123. Die Toten Hosen – Goodbye From Janet & John (1:00)

 

BMFBV1D2 – Part 1      BMFBV1D2 – Part 2

BMFBV1D2 – Part 3      BMFBV1D2 – Part 4

BMFBV1D2 – Part 5      BMFBV1D2 – Part 6

BMFBV1D2 – Part 7

 

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The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions

I’m sure that you’ve all heard that expression at some time in your life and at the beginning of this year I had every intention of posting more in 2014 then I had in 2013…and yet here it is February 22 and my first post of the year is a re-run.

You can thank Rob for that because he wrote and asked me to refresh the links for The Adverts The Wonders Don’t Care.

Well as long as I was doing that I also refreshed the links for Die Toten Hosen’s Learning English – Lesson 1 and Mass. Ave.: The Boston Scene (1975-83) which are also part of my original 2008 post.

 

The Adverts – The Wonders Don’t Care

 

 

Die Toten Hosen – Learning English – Lesson 1

 

 

DIY: Mass Ave.: The Boston Scene (1975-83)

 

 

You can find my original 2008 post and the new download links here.

And thank Rob for finally getting me off my butt.

 

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Summer Re-runs: DIY

I began this blog in 2006, and my fourth post, Various-artists-DIY, has been one of my most popular posts, popular enough that I’ve updated it three times.

I noticed last week that it had recently generated a considerable amount of interest, but because it hasn’t been updated since 2008 all the links were dark. That is no longer a problem.

You can find Anarchy in the UK, The Modern World, Teenage Kicks, Starry Eyes and Blank Generation here, here and here. We’re Desperate and Shake It Up are here. Come Out and Play is here, and Mass. Ave. The Boston Scene can be found here.

Fall and the beginning of a new season are almost here so enjoy these re-runs while they last.

D.I.Y.
ANARCHY IN THE UK THE MODERN WORLD TEENAGE KICKS
anarchy in the uk the modern world teenage kicks
STARRY EYES BLANK GENERATION WE’RE DESPERATE
starry eyes blank generation we're desperate
COME OUT AND PLAY SHAKE IT UP MASS.AVE.
come out and play shake it up mass. ave.

 

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Junkyard Rockers: Skeleton Key

skeleton key

While reading the on-line version of The Village Voice  an article about NYC junkyard-percussion noise-rockers Skeleton Key

plotting a long-awaited comeback album

caught my eye.

Formed in 1994, Skeleton Key was the brainchild of former Lounge Lizards bassist Erik Sanko and guitarist/vocalist Chris Maxwell. Rounding out the group was drummer Stephen Calhoon and scrap-metal percussionist Rick Lee whose

 "junk kit" consisted of an old table, propane tanks, chairs, film reels, a red wagon, and pots and pans..

The quartet proved so popular on NYC’s club scene that they became “the object of a 1995 major-label bidding war.”

In a review of their eponymous EP (Motel Records 1996) Rolling Stone said it

"shows how pop culture and high culture can bring everyone to the same place."

Fantastic Spikes Through Balloon, their full-length debut was released by Capitol Records in 1997. The album

was nominated for a Grammy for its artwork, that featured a booklet with holes punched through it in a grid pattern.

In support of the album the group would tour both Europe and the US, opening for acts that included

The Melvins, Girls Against Boys, Cibo Matto, The Jesus Lizard, They Might Be Giants, Morphine, Brainiac, and Primus.

before headlining their own US tour. After two years on the road and one half finished album original members Chris Maxwell and Rick Lee left the band.

With the addition of drummer Matthias Bossi and percussionist Tim Keiper the band signed with Mike Patton’s Ipecac Recordings to release 2002’s Obtainium. Again the band hit the road, touring with the likes of

Tomahawk, The Melvins, Alien Ant Farm, Cessation Bustle and Sleepytime Gorilla Museum.

Matthias Bossi joined Sleepytime Gorilla Museum following the Obtainium tours and Keiper left as well. Sanko and Obtainium sessions and tours guitarist Craig LeBlang then recruited drummer Sean Sankey and Benjamin Clapp ("Junk" percussion) and that line-up released 2005’s The Lyons Quintette EP. 2007 saw  another change in the band’s line-up with Sankey leaving and new drummer Bob Vaccarelli debuting on a tour in support of U.S.S.A. and Chemlab.

Among Fantastic Spikes Through Balloon 11 tracks the groups flirts with industrial on “Dear Reader,”  funk, punk, “Vomit Ascot,” the blues on “Big Teeth” while channeling Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band on “Nod.”

 

Discography

Albums:

Fantastic Spikes Through Balloon (CD) Capitol Records  1997   
Fantastic Spikes Through Balloon (2xCD) Capitol Records 1998  
Obtanium (CD) Ipecac Recordings 2002 
Roughs
Live at Metro (CD, Digital) Skeleton Key 2004

Singles & EPs:

In My Mind (7") Dedicated 1995  
Skeleton Key (Maxi CD) Motel Records 1996 
An Elipse (CD) Exquisite Corpse Records 2001
The Lyons Quintette (CD) Do Tell Records 2005

Compilations:

"Watch the Fat Man Swing" Surge Songs (CD) EMI-Capitol Music 1996
"Solitaire" God® Bless™ America© (CD) Capitol Records 1996
"Scratch" CMJ New Music July – Volume 47 (CD) College Music Journal 1997
"Drown (Transistor remix)" Strange Bedfellows (CD) Capitol Records 1998
"Wide Open" Certain Damage, Volume 78 (CD)
  CMJ

 

Fantastic Spikes Through Balloon (1997)

Playing time: 34:37

1. Watch The Fat Man Swing 3:27
2. Wide Open 2:36
3. Nod Off 3:19
4. All The Things I’ve Lost 2:55
5. The Only Useful Word 3:57
6. The World’s Most Famous Undertaker 3:05
7. Vomit Ascot 1:53
8. Dear Reader 3:16
9. Scratch 2:37
10. Big Teeth 3:36
11. The Needle Never Ends 3:56

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Shake Some Action at the Beat Hotel

Right at the beginning I would like to thank Thierry for sharing his copy of D.I.Y.: Come Out And Play – American Power Pop (1975-78).

Before the Dead were Grateful there were The Flamin’ Groovies. Formed in San Francisco in early 1965 the Groovies lead by guitarist/singer Cyril Jordan and singer/guitarist/wildman Roy A. Loney (until 1971) though never commercially successful remain as

“one of America’s greatest, most influential, and legendary cult bands.”

With their brand of greasy, bluesy, rock & roll, a mixture of ’50s American rock’n’roll and ’60s British pop they were a band

“in an era soon to be dominated by hippie culture and hyperextended raga-rock freakouts”

thoroughly out of step with the times.

In one way they were a head of their times, recording in 1968 the DIY seven-song EP Sneakers, nine years before the Buzzcock’s debut single, 1977’s “Spiral Scratch”, the UK’s first self-released punk record. This caught the ear of Epic Recordswho putting them under contract spent $80,000 on their debut recording, 1968’s Supersnazz. The album didn’t sell and Epic dropped the band; but they was quickly signed by Kama Sutra Records, who released 1970’s Flamingo and 1971’s Teenage Head.

Poor record sales and public apathy to their music combined with an increasingly tempestuous relationship between Jordan and Loney lead to Loney’s departure from the group in 1971.

Guitarist/vocalist Chris Wilson was hired to replace Loney and in 1972 the band relocated to England. In England they joined forces with producer Dave Edmunds who helped to move their music towards a more folk-rock focus. The Groovies, almost criminally ignored in the US, found

“a larger, more enthusiastic following in Europe (especially in England and Germany)”

After relocating to England they did record a few things, but it wasn’t until 1976 before they released their finest post-Loney effort, Shake Some Action. With it’s ringing guitars, bass-heavy production and great covers Shake Some Action was well received in punk-era Britain, and along with the Ramone’s debut album also released that year marked the “early tremors of the punk shockwave” that still resonate to this day. Their follow-up album, 1978’s, Flamin’ Groovies Now was also well received in England and lead to increased American interest in the band.

The mostly covers Jumpin’ in the Night, released in 1979 is a mixture of

“studiously reproduced British Invasion (and related ’60s American) standards with soundalike originals… Warren Zevon’s “Werewolves of London” and Bob Dylan’s “Absolutely Sweet Marie”… the Beatles’ “Please Please Me” and the Byrds’ “5D,” “It Won’t Be Wrong” and “Ladyfriend.”

The period between 1979 and 1986 saw no new Groovie’s albums, but did see the release of numerous reissues, compilations and vintage concert material prompted in part because of ongoing European (especially French) interest.

Recorded in one day in an Australian studio 1986’s One Night Stand contains renditions of classic originals; “Shake Some Action,” “Slow Death,” and “Teenage Head,” along with covers of Paul Revere and the Raiders and the Who.

1993’s Rock Juice was the band’s first real studio album in thirteen years. From the original group only Cyril Jordan and bassist George Alexander remained. A perfect blend of Byrds-Beatles power pop the album alternates between new Jordan lost-love originals along with covers of “Bryan Hyland’s “Sealed With a Kiss,” the Modern Folk Quartet’s “This Could Be the Night” and Billy Riley’s “Flyin’ Saucers Rock’n’Roll.”

Hoboken’s the Bongos; Richard Barone (guitar, vocals), Rob Norris (bass), and Frank Giannini (drums, vocals) never pretended to be anything more than a pop band. Signed to PVC Records their debut full length, 1982’s Drums Along The Hudson, compiles the singles the group had recorded for the UK’s Fetish Records in 1980 and 1981. Expanding to a quartet with the addition of guitarist James Mastro they signed with major label RCA who released the five song Numbers With Wings in 1983 and 1985’s Beat Hotel. Following the release of Beat Hotel they left RCA and split up.

D.I.Y.: Come Out And Play – American Power Pop (1975-78)

Playing Time: 1 hour 2 minutes 21 seconds

D.I.Y Come Out And Play - American Power Pop (1975-78)

1. The Flamin’ Groovies – Shake Some Action (4:33)
2. Pezband – Baby It’s Cold Outside (2:52)
3. The Nerves – Hanging On The Telephone (2:05)
4. Artful Dodger – Wayside (4:23)
5. Earthquake – Hit the Floor (3:47)
6. Piper – Can’t Wait (3:25)
7. The Nerves – When You Find Out (2:00)
8. Chris Stamey – The Summer Sun (3:08)
9. Tommy Hoehn – Blow Yourself Up (2:56)
10. Scruffs – My Mind (2:16)
11. The Names – Why Can’t It Be (4:01)
12. Cheap Trick – Southern Girls (3:44)
13. Real Kids – All Kindsa Girls (4:05)
14. The Paley Brothers – Come Out and Play (2:35)
15. Fotomaker – Where Have You Been All My Life (3:24)
16. Pezband – Stop! Wait A Minute (2:43)
17. Flashcubes – Christi Girl (3:51)
18. The Diodes – Tired Of Waking Up Tired (2:54)
19. Chris Bell – I Am The Cosmos (3:39)

D.I.Y.: Come Out And Play [Part 1] [Part 2 ]

The Flamin’ Groovies Discography

Singles and EPs

Sneakers [10 Inch] (Snazz) 1968
Grease (Skydog) 1973
Slow Death (United Artists) 1975
Feel a Whole Lot Better (Sire) 1978
Absolutely Sweet Marie (Sire) 1979
More Grease (Skydog) 197
The Gold Star Tapes (Skydog) 1984
Sneakers [EP] (Snazz) 1986
You Tore Me Down/Him or Me (Bomp!)

Full Length

Supersnazz (Sundazed) 1968
Flamingo (Buddha) 1970
Teenage Head (Kama Sutra) 1971
This Is the Flamin Groovies (Kama Sutra) 1975
Shake Some Action (Aim) 1976
Flamin’ Groovies Now (Sire) 1978
Jumpin’ in the Night (Sire) 1979
Bucketful of Brains [live] (Voxx) 1983
Slow Death, Live! (Lolita) 1983
Live at the Whisky A Go-Go ’79 (Lolita) 1985
One Night Stand (Aim) 1987
Step Up (Aim) 1991
Rock Juice (National) 1993
Rockin’ at the Roundhouse: Live (Mystery) 1994
Live at the Festival of the Sun (Aim) 1995
Groove In (New Rose Blues) 1996
In Person! [live] (Norton) 1997

Compilations

The Flamin’ Groovies (Polydor) 1970
Flamingo/Teenage Head (Buddah) 1975
Still Shakin’ (Buddah) 1976
Flamin’ Groovies ’68 [live] (Eva) 1983
Flamin’ Groovies ’70 [live] (Eva) 1983
Flamin’ Groovies Studio ’68 (Eva) 1984
Supergrease (Skydog) 1984
Roadhouse (Edsel) 1986
Groovies’ Greatest Grooves (Sire) 1989
The Rockfield Sessions (Aim) 1989
A Collection of Rare Demos & Live Recordings (Marilyn) 1992
California Born & Bred (NRT) 1995
Live 68/70 (New Rose) 1995
Sixteen Tunes: The Goldstar Tapes + More (Munster) 1995
Supersneakers [live] (Sundazed) 1996
Members Edition (Barry Collins) 1997
The Best of the Flamin’ Groovies: Oldies But Groovies (Aim) 1997
Yesterday’s Numbers (Camden) 1998
Grease: The Complete Skydog Singles Collection (Jungle) 1998
Absolutely the Best (Varese) 1999
Shake Some Action Live with the Flamin’ Groovies (Dressed to Kill) 1999
Backtracks (Renaissance) 1999
Original Artists (TKO Magnum) 2000
Shake Some Action: Best of the Flamin’ Groovies (Mastersong) 2000
Crowd Pleaser (Head) 2002
Slow Death [Norton] 2002
Teenage Heads (Teenile Dementia) 2003
Sneakers and Rockfield Sessions (Aim) 2004
Teenage Kicks (Akarma) 2004
Flamin’ (Charly) 2004
Bust Out at Full Speed: The Sire Years (DBK Works) 2006
At Full Speed: Complete Sire Recordings 1976-79 (WEA/Rhino) 2006
At Full Speed: Complete Sire Recordings (Sire) 2006
Babes in the Sky (Collecting) 2007
Garage Hits (Cleopatra) 2007
Kicks (Collecting) 2007
Somebody’s Fool (Collecting)
This Band Is Red Hot 1969-1979 (Raven) 2008

The Flamin’ Groovies – Members Edition

Playing Time: 1 hour 2 minutes 8 seconds

members edition cover

1. Kicks (2:28)
2. Bittersweet (3:42)
3. I Can’t Hide (3:48)
4. Shake Some Action (4:37)
5. Slow Death (5:03)
6. Teenage Head (3:39)
7. Slow Down (2:52)
8. Tallahassie Lassie (2:24)
9. Shakin’ All Over (4:25)
10. Somebody’s Fool (3:00)
11. Feel a Whole Lot Better (2:22)
12. In The USA (3:25)
13. Ju ju Man (3:23)
14. Almost Grown (1:50)
15. I’m Drowning (2:10)
16. Babes in The Sky (1:55)
17. You Tore me Down (2:53)
18. My Yada (2:17)
19. Golden Clouds (2:56)
20. Money (2:59)

Members Edition [Part 1] ]Part 2 ]

The Bongos Discography

Singles, EPs and Full-length

Telephoto Lens (7″) (Fetish Records) 1980
The Bongos EP (12″) (Fetish Records) 1980
Bulrushes (7″) (Fetish Records) 1981
In The Congo (7″) (Fetish Records) 1981
Drums Along The Hudson (LP) (PVC Records) 1982
Mambo Sun (7″) (Fetish Records) 1982
Mambo Sun (12″) (Fetish Records) 1982
Time And The River (12″) (Fetish Records) 1982
Zebra Club (7″) (Fetish Records) 1982
Numbers With Wings (LP) (RCA) 1983
Beat Hotel (LP) (RCA) 1985
Drums Along The Hudson (CD, Album) (Line Records) 1991
Drums Along The Hudson (CD) (Razor & Tie) 1992
Number With Wings / Beat Hotel (CD) (Razor & Tie) 1992

Tracks Appear On:

“Telephoto Lens”, “In The Jungle” Start Swimming (Stiff America) 1981
“Nuts & Bolts” The Last Testament (Fetish Records) 1983
“Numbers With Wings” Richard Blade’s Flashback Favorites Vol. 3 (Sony Music Entertainment Inc.) 1993
“Numbers With Wings” Just Can’t Get Enough: New Wave Hits Of The ’80s, Vol. 6 (Rhino Entertainment Company) 1994
“Numbers With Wings” Definitive New Wave Hits (Flashback Records) 1997
“Numbers With Wings” Dimitris Papaspyropoulos Presents “Once Upon A Time” (Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Greece)) 2005

The Bongos – Numbers With Wings/Beat Hotel

Playing Time: 1 hour 29 seconds

numbers with wings-beat hotel

1. Numbers With Wings (4:25)
2. Tiger Nights (4:05)
3. Barbarella (3:12)
4. Skydiving (4:00)
5. Sweet Blue Cage (4:18)
6. Space Jungle (3:49)
7. Apache Dancing (3:09)
8. Brave New World (4:36)
9. A Story (3:11)
10. Beat Hotel (4:01)
11. Come Back To Me (3:32)
12. Splinters (3:44)
13. She Starts Shaking (3:26)
14. Totem Pole (3:13)
15. Blow Up (4:07)
16. Barbarella (3:41)

Numbers With Wings/Beat Hotel [Part 1] [Part 2 ]