Kid Creole & The Coconuts - Fresh Fruit In Foreign Places / Tropical Gangsters album flac
|Fresh Fruit In Foreign Places|
|1-2||In The Jungle||3:09|
|1-4||I Stand Accused||3:07|
|1-10||With A Girl Like Mimi||3:28|
|2-1||Annie, I'm Not Your Daddy||6:26|
|2-2||I'm A Wonderful Thing Baby||5:16|
|2-5||Loving You Made A Fool Out Of Me||4:48|
|2-7||The Love We Have||5:12|
|2-8||No Fish Today||4:48|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Puddle Records Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ZE Records
- Copyright (c) – Island Records Ltd.
- Made By – PDO, UK – 10212861
- Made By – PDO, UK – 10211631
- Co-producer – Andy Hernandez (tracks: 1-1 to 1-12), Michael Zilkha (tracks: 2-1 to 2-8)
- Directed By – August Darnell (tracks: 2-1 to 2-8)
- Producer – August Darnell
NotesIsland Twinsets. Reissue Of The Albums Released In 1981 & 1982.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 7 31451 42892 0
- Barcode (String): 731451428920
- Matrix / Runout (CD1): ITSCD7 10212861 04 & MADE IN U. K. BY PDO
- Matrix / Runout (CD2): 842 605 2 10121631 02 & MADE IN U. K. BY PDO
- Label Code (CD1 and CD2): LC 0407
- Rights Society (CD1 and CD2): BIEM STEMRA
- Price Code: PY 800
Kid Creole & The Coconuts were founded in the early 80’s by August Darnell who had already been .
Complete your Kid Creole And The Coconuts collection.
Tropical Gangsters is the third album by Kid Creole and the Coconuts, released on May 10, 1982.
Kid Creole & the Coconuts. Kid Creole & the Coconuts.
By the second album they were accompanied by the Pond Life horn section Charlie Lagond, Ken Fradley, and Lee Robertson, as well as lead guitarist Mark Mazur. The album charted briefly, and subsequently Coati Mundi's early Latin rap "Me No Pop I", though not originally on the album, became a Top 40 UK hit single.
Fresh Fruit in Foreign Places. Fresh Fruit in Foreign Places is the second album by Kid Creole and the Coconuts and was released in 1981. Fresh Fruit in Foreign Places is a concept album in the form of a musical travelogue. It was very well received critically upon its release.
Although Kid & The Coconuts had better albums - check out "Fresh Fruits in Foreign Places" or "Doppelganger"- and ocassional great moments later in career - "Don't Take My Coconuts," "The Lifeboat Party," "Endicott," "(Dancing at the) Baines Douches" - none of the later song collections summarized better what the band was all about. It is musically very well rounded and more sophisticated than earlier albums like Off The Coast Of Me, meaning production is slicker and the band is tight.
Request an album send to friend. Kid Creole And The Coconuts. Fresh Fruit In Foreign Places (1981). Kid Creole And The Coconuts - Fresh Fruit In Foreign Places. Tropical Gangsters (2002).
As an act of compromise, Mr Darnell recalled Kid Creole to continue his tropical party with the rest of the gang, under his cool guidance.
Kid Creole was the brainchild of August Darnell, a Bronx-born composer and an absolute genius with big band sounds, Latin jazz textures, and cuttingly clever lyrics; The Coconuts were the band’s trio of backing singers.