Captain Beefheart - Hot Head - Introducing...Captain Beefheart album flac
|1||Safe As Milk||5:30|
|2||Upon The My-Oh-My||2:42|
|3||Son Of Mirror Man - Mere Man||5:22|
|4||Party Of Special Things To Do||2:46|
|5||Floppy Boot Stomp||3:51|
|6||Tropical Hot Dog Night||4:50|
|8||This Is The Day||4:52|
|9||You Know You're A Man||3:16|
|10||Ice Cream For Crow||4:36|
|13||Semi Multi-Coloured Caucasian||4:22|
|14||Gimmie That Harp Boy||5:03|
|15||Making Love To A Vampire With A Monkey On My Knee||3:12|
|16||Sheriff Of Hong Kong||6:35|
|17||Witch Doctor Life||2:38|
NotesSubtitled: "The Liberty And Virgin Recordings".
Recordings contain works by 'Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band' and the later 'Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band'.
These recordings were taken from previous CD issues and not the original vinyl presentations.
See earlier issue, with slight track differences.
Track 2: Originally titled "Upon The My-O-My".
Track 14: Originally titled "Gimme Dat Harp Boy".
Track 17: Originally titled "The Witch Doctor Life".
|07243 5 90980 2 9||Captain Beefheart||Hot Head - Introducing...Captain Beefheart (CD, Comp)||EMI Gold||07243 5 90980 2 9||UK||2003|
Song: Hot Head (1/12) Album: Doc At The Radar Station (1980) Artist: Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band.
Tropical Hot Dog. Исполнитель. Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band. Shiny Beast (Bat Chain Puller).
Live 'n' Rare - Студийный альбом от Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band. Вышел 25 октября 2004г. В альбом вошло 26 треков.
The following is a list of official releases by American musician Captain Beefheart. With various line-ups of musicians called The Magic Band, Beefheart released a total of 13 studio albums recorded between 1967 and 1982, after which he left music to concentrate on a career in painting, as Don Van Vliet. His catalogue has since been augmented with extra releases including an EP and various compilations of live material, studio outtakes and greatest hits releases.
Album overview from Steve Froy.
Introducing Captain Beefheart is an oddly named compilation assembling highlights off of Strictly Personal - which goes back to 1968, on Liberty Records in England - and Unconditionally Guaranteed, Bluejeans & Moonbeams, Shiny Beast (Bat Chain Puller), Doc at the Radar Station, and Ice Cream for Crow, dating between 1974 and 1982 for the Virgin label. Essentially, that odd spread of music is the Captain Beefheart material that EMI .
Introducing Captain Beefheart Album.
When Captain Beefheart's debut album was released in 1967, its offbeat blues howls and psychedelic shadings were dismissed as period indulgences. Even Captain Beefheart and the Magic Bnad's most conventional song sounds little like anything else from the era. Their 1965 debut single, a cover of a Bo Diddley song from 1956, turned the R&B legend's modest rock 'n' roll shuffle into a fuzzy blues-soaked garage stomp. Bizarre side note: 'Diddy Wah Diddy' was produced by David Gates, who would later lead soft-rock giants Bread in the '70s.