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  • Performer: John Cale
  • Album: Vintage Violence
  • FLAC: 1939 mb | MP3: 1579 mb
  • Released: 2001
  • Country: US
  • Style: Country Rock, Art Rock
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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John Cale - Vintage Violence album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Hello, There 2:48
2 Gideon's Bible 3:24
3 Adelaide 2:22
4 Big White Cloud
Arranged By, Conductor – John Cale
3:33
5 Cleo 2:36
6 Please 4:19
7 Charlemagne 5:03
8 Bring It On Up 2:25
9 Amsterdam 3:13
10 Ghost Story 3:47
11 Fairweather Friend 2:33
Bonus Tracks:
12 Fairweather Friend (Alternate Version) 2:38
13 Wall 6:07

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Sony Music Japan International Inc.

Credits

  • A&R [Coordination] – Darren Salmieri, Patti Matheny
  • A&R [Legacy A&R] – Steve Berkowitz
  • Art Direction – Howard Fritzson
  • Bass – Harvey Brooks
  • Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Viola – John Cale
  • Design – Ann Petter
  • Drums – Sanford Konikoff*
  • Executive-Producer – John McClure
  • Guitar – Ernie Coralla*
  • Guitar, Backing Vocals – Garland Jeffreys
  • Management [Packaging Manager] – Doug Grabowski
  • Management [Project Director] – Stephan Moore
  • Mastered By – Darcy M. Proper*
  • Performer [Accompanying Music] – Penguin
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Isi Valeris
  • Piano – Stan Szelest
  • Producer – John Cale, Lewis Merenstein
  • Reissue Producer – Bruce Dickinson
  • Written-By – Garland Jeffreys (tracks: 11, 12), John Cale (tracks: 1 to 10, 13)

Notes

All tracks recorded 1969.
Originally released in 1970.
Tracks 12 and 13 previously unreleased outtakes.
Mastered at Sony Music Studios, NY

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CS 1037 John Cale Vintage Violence ‎(LP, Album) Columbia CS 1037 US 1970
CK 01037, CK 1037 John Cale Vintage Violence ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP) Columbia, Columbia CK 01037, CK 1037 US Unknown
499945 2, 4999452000, COL 499945 2 John Cale Vintage Violence ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Columbia, Columbia, Columbia, Legacy, Legacy, Legacy 499945 2, 4999452000, COL 499945 2 Europe 2001
499945 2, 4999452000, COL 499945 2 John Cale Vintage Violence ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Columbia, Columbia, Columbia, Legacy, Legacy, Legacy 499945 2, 4999452000, COL 499945 2 Europe 2001
CS 1037 John Cale Vintage Violence ‎(LP, Album, RP) Columbia CS 1037 US 1970


01 Hello, There 02 Gideon's Bible 03 Adelaide 04 Big White Cloud 05 Cleo 06 Please 07 Charlemagne 08 Bring It On Up 09 Amsterdam 10 Ghost Story 1. .

Album · 2001 · 13 Songs. Vintage Violence John Cale.

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Vintage Violence is the debut solo studio album by Welsh musician John Cale, released on 25 March 1970 by Columbia Records. Cale and Lewis Merenstein produced the album. He also "thought the songs were simplistic". He pieced together a band to play on the album, and they named themselves Penguin.

What was the album’s actual release date (they get the catalogue number wrong as CS 1007 when it was CS 1037) - who plays Harmonica on "Adelaide" - why CBS in England waiting until two months before the "Church Of Anthrax" release with Terry Riley in April 1971 before they released John Cale's "Vintage Violence"? Why the Phil Spector production melodrama on the overly echoed "Big White Cloud" - why even chose it as a single? And why not take this opportunity to reproduce the lyrics?

Arranged By, Conductor – John Cale (tracks: 4). Bass – Harvey Brooks. Drums – Sandy Konikoff. Engineer – Don Meehan, Jim Reeves (3). Executive-Producer – John McClure. Guitar – Ernie Coralla. Guitar, Backing Vocals – Garland Jeffreys. Vintage Violence ‎(LP, Album). Vintage Violence ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP).

Vintage Violence, 2001. Gideon's Bible, 03:20.

John Cale had the strongest avant-garde credentials of anyone in the Velvet Underground, but he was also the Velvet whose solo career was the least strongly defined by his work with the band, and his first solo album, Vintage Violence, certainly bears this out. While the banshee howls of Cale's viola and the percussive stab of his keyboard parts were his signature sounds on The Velvet Underground and Nico and White Light/White Heat, Cale's first solo album, 1970's Vintage Violence, was a startlingly user-friendly piece of mature, intelligent pop whose great failing may have been.

Bring It On Up. Amsterdam. Bonus tracks on 2001 reissue: Fairweather Friend (alternate version). Wall (instrumental outtake). Musicians: John Cale – bass, guitar, keyboards, vocals. Garland Jeffreys – guitar, backing vocals. Ernie Coralla – guitar. Stan Szeleste – piano. Harvey Brooks – bass. Sanford Konikoff – drums.