I’m really excited about this! Of course, some people are upset that they couldn’t get the rights to all of the songs used in the show, especially Pink Floyd’s “Dogs” used in “Turkeys Away”, but I think Shout Factory did their best. You really have to blame the lawyers and artists who didn’t want to play along.
I Blame Reaganomics - A Corleone Records Compilation, silkscreened cover.
A1: King Blood - Your Name In Gold
A2: Squabblehut - Citrabloom
A3: Showers - CCC
A4: Night People - A Thousand Tears
A5: Fred Thomas - On The Windows
A6: Work/Death - 20 Questions
B1: Nightwounds - No Name
B2: White Load - Acne
B3: Black Pus - Goblin Style
B4: The Body - Black Boys On Mopeds
B5: High Aura’d - Red Rocks
B6: Siren Cult - Public Assistance
An Albatross - Freedom Summer Live 4-20-05, double-sided screen printed cover, hand-numbered vinyl (#7 of 180).
All This And World War II. Soundtrack to a movie (which I’ve never seen) comprised of World War II newsreel footage combined with covers of Beatles songs. I’m really looking forward to hearing some of these tracks, Peter Gabriel, Roy Wood, Jeff Lynne, Status Quo, maybe even Keith Moon. Others…not so much.
A1: Ambrosia - Magical Mystery Tour
A2: Elton John - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
A3: Bee Gees - Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight
A4: Leo Sayer - I Am The Walrus
A5: Bryan Ferry - She’s Leaving Home
A6: Roy Wood - Lovely Rita
A7: Keith Moon - When I’m Sixty-Four
B1: Rod Stewart - Get Back
B2: Leo Sayer - Let It Be
B3: David Essex - Yesterday
B4: Jeff Lynne - With A Little Help From My Friends / Nowhere Man
B5: Lynsey De Paul - Because
B6: Bee Gees - She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
B7: Richard Cocciante - Michelle
C1: The Four Seasons - We Can Work It Out
C2: Helen Reddy - The Fool On The Hill
C3: Frankie Laine - Maxwell’s Silver Hammer
C4: Brothers Johnson - Hey Jude
C5: Roy Wood - Polythene Pam
C6: Bee Gees - Sun King
C7: Status Quo - Getting Better
D1: Leo Sayer - The Long And Winding Road
D2: Henry Gross - Help
D3: Peter Gabriel - Strawberry Fields Forever
D4: Frankie Valli - A Day In The Life
D5: Tina Turner - Come Together
D6: Wil Malone & Lou Reizner - You Never Give Me Your Money
D7: The London Symphony Orchestra - The End
Mark’s Records #91
The sound rolled over us like the bulldozers projected onto the screen behind. The naked dancer was there, on a small pedestal, the films showing construction works and surgery and whatnot, she moving epileptically to the music, at one point starting to vomit into her hands and throwing the puke into the raving audience. A revelation. I’ve never so sweated.
I have obtained somewhere in the ballpark ( it was incredibly difficult to count - this number is an estimation) of 4120 LPs
I hear ya, pal. I usually start with 1 and lose track somewhere around 7.
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It will be missed.
Emerson Lake & Palmer - Welcome Back My Friends To The Show That Never Ends…a fitting title for going back to work on a Monday.
Mark’s Records #90