The Glass Family - Crazy! mp3 flac download
|Performer:||The Glass Family|
|Date of release:||1979|
|MP3 album size:||1721 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1236 mb|
|Digital formats:||WAV MIDI ASF VQF AA VOC MPC|
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CD - Hot Productions, JDC Record Distributors
It is his second shave. He will place the razor on the edge of the sink, it will fall into the basin, but with the grace that an inanimate object, a prop, can give to a well directed scene in a comedy of manners. Bessie has concern only for her family, and none that her family will be seen by overwrought critics as Picasso’s Saltimbanques updated, moved to Manhattan, become more successful and more fucked up. But she notices Zooey’s profile as he shaves, and for an instant she’s taken away and about to dance again with her children’s father.
The Glass family are a fictional family appearing in J. D. Salinger's short fiction. All but one of the Glass family stories were first published in The New Yorker. They appear in the short story collections Nine Stories, Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters and Seymour: An Introduction and Franny and Zooey. The Glass family, from eldest to youngest: Les and Bessie Glass (née Gallagher): Retired vaudeville performers
Austin, TX, indie rock quintet the Glass Family had their earliest incarnation at a party in winter 2001 with Tony Daugherty (drums) and Michael Winningham (vocals, guitar). After a few lineup shifts, they secured Frank Alexander (keyboard), Jeremy Gomez (bass), and Brian Hubbard (guitar). Their debut album, Sleep Inside This Wheel, finally arrived in early 2006 through i eat records. The Glass Family gained exposure through supporting gigs with Okkervil River, Earlimart, the Decemberists, and I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness.
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Saxophone, Soloist – Michael MoreraWritten-By – Lamont*, Callon*
|A2||Dancin' Round The World
Saxophone, Soloist – Michael MoreraSynthesizer – Bernie WorrellVocals – Debbie*, Jannette*Written-By – Storrs*, Callon*
|B1||After The Dance
Written-By – Lamont*, Storrs*, Callon*
Written-By – Lamont*, Storrs*, Callon*
Written-By – Lamont*, Callon*
|B4||Only In Spring
Piano – Bernie WorrellSaxophone, Soloist – Boom Written-By – Callon*
- Published By – Callon-Love Music
- Published By – Dacie Music
- Artwork – Wm. Todd Haile
- Bass, Vocals [The Glass Family] – Gary Itri
- Design [Album Cover] – Michael Radivoy
- Drums, Timbales, Percussion [The Glass Family] – Jon Gerlach
- Engineer – David Storrs, Jim Callon, Tom Wallace
- Executive-Producer – Dale Love Callon
- Guitar, Vocals, Synthesizer, Arranged By – David Storrs
- Percussion, Vocals [ [The Glass Family] – Steve St. Clair
- Photography By – Kirby Veach
- Piano, Clavinet, Organ, Vocals [ [The Glass Family] – Dexter De Los Angeles
- Producer, Mixed By, Arranged By, Vocals, Guitar [The Glass Family] – Jim Callon
NotesRecorded at Hollywood Central, Hollywood Sound and mixed on the beach at Spectrum Studios in Marina Del Rey, Ca.
Published by Callon-Love Music BMI, Dacie Music ASCAP
Printed in U.S.A.
|LAT 1062||The Glass Family||Crazy! (LP, Album)||Attic||LAT 1062||Canada||1978|
|55.001||The Glass Family||Crazy! (LP, Album, Pin)||GIP||55.001||Netherlands||1979|
|DS 4047||The Glass Family||Crazy! (LP, Album)||Chart Records||DS 4047||Scandinavia||1979|
|ZL-192||The Glass Family||Crazy! (LP, Album)||Zafiro||ZL-192||Spain||1979|
|200 778, 200 778-320||The Glass Family||Crazy! (LP, Album)||Jupiter Records, Jupiter Records||200 778, 200 778-320||Germany||1979|