Violent Femmes - The Blind Leading The Naked mp3 flac download
|Title:||The Blind Leading The Naked|
|Date of release:||1986|
|MP3 album size:||1688 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1274 mb|
|Digital formats:||VQF ADX AHX VOX APE AAC MPC|
Bellissima canzone dei Violent Femmes tratta dal disco The Blind Leading The Naked del 1986.
Gordon Gano returns to his troubled teen persona and the Violent Femmes rock harder than on their previous two releases. A nice cover of the T. Rex classic "Children of the Revolution" and the yearning "I Held Her in My Arms," complete with a horn section, are highlights.
Released with lyrics printed on inner sleeve. The Blind Leading The Naked is similiar, but has "Made in Holland" printed on labels. Código de Barras e Outros Identificadores. Rights Society: GEMA. Matrix, Runout (Label side A): 828 006-1 S 1.
Hallowed Ground is the second album by Violent Femmes, released in June 1984. Like the band's first album, the songs were mostly written by icist Gordon Gano when he was in high school. Country Death Song", for example, written by Gano during his high school classes, was inspired by the tradition of folk songs about "terrible, horrific stories".
Redirected from The blind leading the naked). The Blind Leading the Naked is the third album by Violent Femmes. It was produced by Jerry Harrison of Talking Heads and released in 1986. The title is a play on the figure of speech "the blind leading the blind. The Blind Leading the Naked was the band's first album to reach the Billboard chart, peaking at and its only one to chart in Britain.
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TITLE added to MP3 cart. The Blind Leading The Naked. Exclusive Prime pricing. Violent Femmes began their career known as the band that is best at mixing folk, rock, and really weird, if not creepy, lyrics. The Blind Leading The Naked, VF's 3rd album, definitely follows in that tradition with songs such as "No Killing" and the ever-famous "Old Mother Reagan".
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Polygram (catalog number 826 006-1). This album was released in 1986-02-03 year. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP.
Violent Femmes are an American alternative rock band from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, initially active between 1980 and 1987, 1988 to 2009, and again in 2013. The band performed as a trio, including: singer, guitarist and songwriter Gordon Gano, bassist Brian Ritchie, and three drummers, Victor DeLorenz. ore . Year: 1986.
Altri album di Violent Femmes. 2 Mics & the Truth: Unplugged & Unhinged In America. Live - Riviera Theater, Chicago, Il 16 Mar ‘89 (Remastered). Love love love love love. The Violent Femmes Collection.
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|A1||Old Mother Reagan|
Organ – Jerry HarrisonPercussion – Steve Scales
Alto Saxophone, Vocals – Peter BalestrieriHarmonica – Jim LibanOrgan – Sigmund Snopek IIIPercussion – Steve ScalesPiano – Junior BrantleyTenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Steve MacKay*Trombone – Bill Schaefgen
Percussion – Steve Scales
Percussion – Steve Scales
|A6||Love & Me Make Three
Lead Vocals – Brian RitchiePiano – Sigmund Snopek IIIWritten-By – Brian Ritchie, Victor DeLorenzo
|A7||World Without Mercy|
|B1||I Held Her In My Arms
Guitar – Jerry HarrisonOrgan – Sigmund Snopek IIIPercussion – Steve ScalesSaxophone – Steve MacKay*
|B2||Children Of The Revolution
Backing Vocals – Arlene Holmes, Connie Blomberg, Lovelace Redmond, Shirley SimmsGuitar [Solo] – Fred FrithKeyboards – Junior BrantleyKeyboards, Guitar – Jerry HarrisonPercussion – Steve ScalesWritten-By – Marc Bolan
Keyboards, Guitar – Jerry HarrisonPercussion – Steve Scales
Guitar [Solo] – Jerry HarrisonPercussion – Steve Scales
Acoustic Guitar [Slide] – Leo Kottke
Percussion – Steve ScalesPerformer [Homemade Instruments] – Fred FrithTabla [Arabic], Tamborim [Deff] – Abdulhameed AlwanVoice [Vocalizing] – Drake Scott
- Manufactured By – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Distributed By – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Slash Records
- Copyright (c) – Slash Records
- Duplicated By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Art Direction – Karin Preus
- Artwork [Back Cover Hallucination] – Victor DeLorenzo
- Artwork [Cover Coordination] – Brian Ritchie
- Artwork [Inner Sleeve Collage] – Geoff "Stinky" Worman*
- Bass, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Jew's Harp, Whistle [Slide] – Brian Ritchie
- Drums, Percussion, Other [Tortoise], Vocals – Victor DeLorenzo
- Engineer – David Vartanian
- Lead Vocals, Guitar [Rhythm] – Gordon Gano
- Mixed By – Daniel Lazerus (tracks: B1), Eric "E.T." Thorngren* (tracks: B2)
- Painting [Front Cover Paintings, Phantom Fish] – Dennis Nechvatal
- Photography By [Back Cover] – Gregory Gaymont
- Producer – Jerry Harrison
- Written-By – Gordon Gano (tracks: A1 to A5, B1, B3 to B7)
NotesThe Horns of Dilemma:
Steve MacKay, Sigmund Snopek III, Peter Balestrieri, Steve Scales, Abdulhameed Alwan, Junior Brantley, Fred Frith, Jerry Harrison, Leo Kottke, Jim Liban, Bill Schaefgen, Drake Scott.
"No Killing" is dedicated to Harold Breier
"Candlelight Song" -- morning aka mo(u)rning
Scripture introduction to Hallowed Ground from the book of Hosea 9:7.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 0 7599-25340-4
- Barcode (Scanned): 075992534048
- Other (Duplication ID): SR
|1-25340, 9 25340-1||Violent Femmes||The Blind Leading The Naked (LP, Album)||Slash, Warner Bros. Records||1-25340, 9 25340-1||US||1986|
|W2 25340||Violent Femmes||The Blind Leading The Naked (CD, Album, Club)||Slash, Warner Bros. Records||W2 25340||US||1986|
|92 53401||Violent Femmes||The Blind Leading The Naked (LP, Album)||Slash, Warner Bros. Records||92 53401||Canada||1986|
|828 006-1||Violent Femmes||The Blind Leading The Naked (LP, Album)||London Records||828 006-1||Italy||1986|
|828 006-1, 828 006-1ME||Violent Femmes||The Blind Leading The Naked (LP, Album)||Metronome, London Records, Metronome, London Records||828 006-1, 828 006-1ME||Germany||1986|