The Washington Squares - Fair And Square album flac
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Organ [Hammond] – J. Steven Soles*Written-By – Leonard Cohen, Sharon Robinson
|2||Fourth Day Of July
Bass Guitar – Lauren AgnelliGuitar [Rhythm], Lyrics By [New], Music By [New] – Bruce Jay PaskowLyrics By [New], Music By [New] – Laureen Agnelli*
Written-By – Laura Agnelli*
|4||The Pride Of Man
Organ [Hammond] – J. Steven Soles*Written-By – Hamilton Camp
Written-By – Bruce Jay Paskow
|6||La Roue De Fortune
Harmonica, Accordion – J. Steven Soles*Written-By – Laura Agnelli*
Written-By – Hoyt Axton, Ken Ramsey
Bass Guitar – Bruce Jay Paskow
|9||My True Love And I
Arranged By – Bruce Jay Paskow, Lauren Agnelli
|10||The Other Side Of Sin
Written-By – Bruce Jay Paskow
|11||All Over The World
Mellotron – J. Steven Soles*Written-By – Tom Goodkind
|12||Fourth Day Of July (Reprise)
Lyrics By [New], Music By [New] – Bruce Jay Paskow, Lauren Agnelli, Tom Goodkind
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Gold Castle Records Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Gold Castle Records Inc.
- Manufactured By – Pony Canyon Inc.
- Artwork By [Album Jacket] – Bryant + Associates
- Drums, Percussion – Billy Ficca
- Engineer – David Kennedy
- Engineer [Assistant] – Mark Miller
- Mastered By – Steve Marcussen*
- Mixed By – Dan Bates
- Photography [Back] – Michael Halsband
- Producer – J. Steven Soles*
- Producer [Coordinator] – Dana Millman
- Vocals, Bass Guitar, Ney, Banjo [Acoustic] – Tom Goodkind
- Vocals, Guitar [Lead, 6 String, 12 String] – Bruce Jay Paskow
- Vocals, Guitar [Rhythm], Glockenspiel – Lauren Agnelli
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4988013375932
- Matrix / Runout: PCCY-00259 1
- Other: C S R
|D2-71319||The Washington Squares||Fair And Square (CD, Album)||Gold Castle||D2-71319||US||1989|
|VGC 10, 808 310-938||The Washington Squares||Fair And Square (LP, Album)||Virgin, Gold Castle||VGC 10, 808 310-938||Europe||1989|
|D4-71319||The Washington Squares||Fair And Square (Cass, Album, Dol)||Gold Castle||D4-71319||US||1989|
|D1-71319||The Washington Squares||Fair And Square (LP, Album)||Gold Castle||D1-71319||US||1989|
|CDVGC10||The Washington Squares||Fair And Square (CD, Album)||Gold Castle||CDVGC10||Europe||1989|
Lauren Agnelli, Tom Goodkind, and Bruce Paskow in the 2nd video from their 2nd album Fair and Square
This slick number is a new song called 'Washington Square', and we think you're going to love it! .
BPM Profile Fair and Square. Album starts at BPM, ends at 134BPM (+134), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Washington Squares. The Washintgon Squares.
Artwork By – Bryant + Associates. Drums, Percussion – Billy Ficca. Engineer – David Kennedy. Engineer – Mark Miller (2). Mastered By – Steve Marcussen. Mixed By – Dan Bates. Photography – Michael Halsband.
The second album from the Washington Squares starts off with a cover of the Leonard Cohen/Sharon Robinson composition, "Everybody Knows. It is a strong statement by this pioneering folk-rock ensemble, a band that should've charted, a band that other musicians admired. Lauren Agnelli wrote for Creem magazine under the pen name of Trixie A. Balm. Her first major label album was the also-underrated long-player by Nervus Rex. This is a very big change in direction - imagine Peter, Paul & Mary with a more radical slant
The Washington Squares are a neo-beatnik folk revival music group. Modeled after early 1960s groups like The Kingston Trio and Peter, Paul and Mary, the group was named after New York City's Washington Square Park, emblematic of Greenwich Village. The group, consisting of Bruce Jay Paskow, Tom Goodkind, and Lauren Agnelli, came up with their name over free drinks provided by Agnelli, who was a waitress at a Mickey Ruskin's Chinese Chance off Washington Square Park where Goodkind and Paskow were regulars.
Download Fair and Square by The Washington Squares on the independent record store by musicians for musicians. All Over the World" is about the hardest rocking, actually reminiscent of Nervus Rex's near-hit "Don't Look. Fair and Square is unique and listenable music from a very talented bunch. Joe Viglione, All Music Guide Collapse.
Their second album, Fair and Square, produced by Steve Soles, followed in 1989. Their albums reportedly sold in excess of 150,000 copies each. The Washington Squares toured extensively in the late '80s and early '90s. But Gold Castle shuttered and Paskow fell ill. His death caused the demise of the group. I never felt the passion to do the band without him," says Goodkind. Appropriately, the Washington Squares played their final show in Greenwich Village, at Bottom Line on July 28, 1994. Goodkind retired from the music business.
The Washington Squares. Fourth Day of July, 03:40.