The Bats - Daddy's Highway album flac
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Block Of Wood
Bass – Kaye WoodwardGuitar – Paul Kean
|A2||Miss These Things||3:07|
|A3||Mid City Team
Drum Programming – Malcom Grant*
|A4||Some Peace Tonight||2:53|
|A5||Had To Be You
Bass – Kaye WoodwardGuitar – Paul Kean
Organ – Paul Kean
|B3||Round And Down||2:18|
|B5||North By North||4:08|
Organ – Kaye Woodward
- Distributed By – Rough Trade Distribution
- Distributed By – The Cartel
- Distributed By – Rough Trade Records GmbH
- Recorded At – Reel Time Recording
- Recorded At – Nightshift Studios
- Bass, Vocals, Engineer, Mixed By – Paul Kean
- Drums – Malcom Grant*
- Engineer, Mixed By – Arnold Von Bussell* (tracks: A1, A6, B1 to B6), Rob Pinder (tracks: A1, A6, B1 to B6)
- Lead Vocals, Guitar – Robert Scott
- Violin – Alastair Galbraith (tracks: A1, A2, A5)
- Vocals, Guitar – Kaye Woodward
NotesSome copies came with sticker attached to front: "Musik Aus Neuseeland".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): 0 A-12 009-A A12 009 A01BP
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): A-12 009-B
- Label Code: LC 7992
- Rights Society: GEMA
|FN079||The Bats||Daddy's Highway (LP)||Flying Nun Records||FN079||New Zealand||1987|
|MR0071-4||The Bats||Daddy's Highway (Cass, Album, Dol)||Mammoth Records||MR0071-4||USA & Canada||1994|
|COMM 5||The Bats||Daddy's Highway (LP)||Communion Label||COMM 5||US||1987|
|FN MC 079, FNMC 079||The Bats||Daddy's Highway (Cass, Album)||Flying Nun Records, Flying Nun Records||FN MC 079, FNMC 079||Australia||1987|
|Comm 5CD||The Bats||Daddy's Highway (CD, Album)||Communion Label||Comm 5CD||US||1988|
Daddy's Highway is the 1987 debut album by New Zealand indie rock group The Bats. By 1986, The Bats had released three critically acclaimed EPs, but still had not released a full-length album. While touring in the .
The 1987 debut album from New Zealand indie-pop pioneers The Bats, Daddy's Highway has now been re-issued and premastered
The Bats - Daddy's Highway.
The Bats returned to New Zealand to finish recording for Daddy's Highway, which was released in 1987. The album is often cited as their most highly regarded and is considered one of the best New Zealand albums of the 1980s. In 2000, it was named No. 88 in music magazine Rip It Up's New Zealand's Top 100 Albums of All Time. Notable tracks on the album include "North By North", "Tragedy" and the lead single, "Block of Wood", all of which were staples on New Zealand student radio
Artists The Bats Daddy's Highway. Daddy's Highway The Bats. This album has an average beat per minute of 119 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 79/146 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Daddy's Highway. BPM Profile Daddy's Highway. Album starts at 127BPM, ends at 143BPM (+16), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Bats.
The Bats' first full album continues the early promise of their EPs and, with only the slightest deviations and changes since, established their sound for just about everything that followed. Scott and company may not be the most willfully experimental of musicians, but when they're on - more often the case than not - their lovely, melancholic songs simply hit the spot. Woodward forms the perfect singing partner for Scott, while guest violinist Alastair Galbraith brings his talent to the fore as he has for so many other New Zealand bands.
Keyboards – Paul Kean. 13. Calm Before The Storm. Organ – Robert Scott. Daddy's Highway (Cass, Album). Flying Nun Records, Flying Nun Records. FN MC 079, FNMC 079. Australia. Daddy's Highway (CD, Album).
Is Daddy's Highway the best album by The Bats? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. The Bats Daddy's Highway LP sealed vinyl reissue + download Flying Nun Condition: New. Time left: 6d 23h 15m 9s. Ships to: Worldwide. Bats, The Bats - Daddy's Highway Condition: New. Time left: 24d 6h 54m 11s.
The Bats: Daddy's Highway These New Zealanders are wimps if not simps. Robert Scott's reedy if not weedy quaver cries out for Kaye Woodward to chime in, and the one-foot-at-a-time folk-rock pulse can get pretty lame. But their jangly modesty is touching and smart-they understand the formal and historical limitations of their chosen style. And even though only one of their homely metaphors-". there'll be a morning sky/Bringing you some peace tonight"-unites words and music into a pop moment, the atmosphere sustains.