XTC - All You Pretty Girls album flac
|A||All You Pretty Girls||3:42|
|B||Shake You Donkey Up||4:18|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
- Manufactured By – PolyGram Inc.
- Distributed By – PolyGram Distribution Inc.
- Mixed By – Phil Thornalley
- Producer – David Lord, XTC
- Written-By – Andy Partridge
NotesThere is no mention of 'Promo' anywhere on this release.
Runouts: VDJ 009
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout (Etched)): VDJ 009 A1
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout (Etched)): VDJ 009 B1
|VS709||XTC||All You Pretty Girls (7", Single)||Virgin||VS709||UK||1984|
|VS709||XTC||All You Pretty Girls (7", Single)||Virgin||VS709||New Zealand||1984|
|VS 709||XTC||All You Pretty Girls (7", Single, Promo)||Virgin||VS 709||Australia||1984|
|07VA-1006||XTC||僕のプリティー・ガール = All You Pretty Girls (7", Single)||Virgin||07VA-1006||Japan||1984|
|VS709||XTC||All You Pretty Girls (7", Single, Ltd)||Virgin||VS709||UK||1984|
All You Pretty Girls.
All You Pretty Girls" is a song written by Andy Partridge of the English rock band XTC, released on their 1984 album The Big Express. It peaked at number 55 on the UK Singles Chart, and its music video cost £33,000 to make. Partridge remembers that song came about while he was "dicking around, playing some Hendrix. I was just playing this little two-note, quasi-Hendrix thing, and I liked the inherent melody in it. It felt like a really archaic old folk melody.
All You Pretty Girls is the second song on XTC’s seventh album, The Big Express, and the first single released from said album. The song began as Andy Partridge dicking around, playing som. ittle two-note, quasi-Hendrix thing felt like a really archaic old folk melody. That melody became the chorus – inspired by Partridge’s father, who was a member of the British Navy. The music video was filmed on a budget of £40,000 (adjusted for inflation: £114,800). The record company had rejected every idea Andy Partridge came to them with – so the director came up with a sort of quasi-Gilbert and Sullivan camp theatrical production, filmed on a wharf on the south bank of the river Thames. All You Pretty Girls" Track Info. Written By Andy Partridge. Cover By. All You Pretty Girls by Crash Test Dummies. The Big Express XTC. 1. Wake Up! 2. All You Pretty Girls.
Mummer is the sixth studio album by the English band XTC, released on 30 August 1983. It reached No. 51 on the UK album chart and No. 145 on the . Billboard album charts. The album title refers to a Mummers play. Working titles considered for the album were Fallen From The Garden and Fruit. It spawned three UK singles; "Great Fire", "Wonderland" and "Love on a Farmboy's Wages" (reached No. 50 on the UK singles chart)
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Bless you, bless you, all of you pretty girls Quiet or witty girls by the quayside Bless you, bless you, all of you pretty girls Watching and waiting by the sea. I think about your pale arms waving When I see the caps upon the green And the rocking roller-coaster ocean Think about you every night when I'm fathoms asleep And in my dreams We are rocking in a similar motion.
or witty girls by the quayside Bless you, bless you, all of you pretty girls Watching and waiting by the sea I think about your pale arms waving When I see the caps upon the green And the rocking roller-coaster ocean Think about you every night when I'm fathoms asleep And in my dreams We are rocking in a similar motion. I think about the salt sea rolling Down in pearly tears upon your cheeks Just like the day the harbour pulled away I think about your warm white sheets unfolding The more I have to drink The more that I can think to say. Прочитать перевод текста
All You Pretty Girls Single September 1984. The Big Express Album October 1984. Request a synchronization license.
All You Pretty Girls - Artist: XTC, Director: Roger Lyons, Label: Unknown; no label specified.