Captain Beefheart - It's Too Hard- It's Beefheart! album flac
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Best Batch Yet|
|A2||Dirty Blue Gene|
|A3||Safe As Milk|
|A4||Flavor Bud Living|
|A5||Bat Chain Puller|
|A6||Big Eyed Beans From Venus|
|B1||The Talking Asshole
Read By [Uncredited] – Frank ZappaText By [Uncredited] – William S. Burroughs
|B3||Somebody In My Home|
|B4||Old Folks Boogie|
- Recorded At – Avalon Ballroom
- Recorded At – Entermedia Theater, NY
NotesThis is a disparate unauthorized compilation of live work by Beefheart, with the more modern songs on the A-side, backed by earlier 'Avalon Ballroom' work on the B-side. For some obscure reason the B-side has a Zappa track from his reading of Burroughs' work at Various - The Nova Convention in 1978 - which has no Beefheart significance.
The cover does not list track A4.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout - stamped): C 1 I
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout - stamped): C 2 I
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Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band. WMG, SME (от лица компании "Legacy Recordings"); UBEM, UMPG Publishing, EMI Music Publishing, CMRRA, União Brasileira de Compositores, LatinAutor - SonyATV, ARESA, SOLAR Music Rights Management, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (5). Композиция. Call on Me. Исполнитель. Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band.
I think it’s crude and don’t want it on my air. Let’s say I find the commercial unacceptable and let it go at that. When asked for a specific reason, Young declared the album title is obscene. The commercial was conceived and written by Captain Beefheart, and film makers Larry Secrest and Jon Fizdali followed his concept down the tine The only thing we added, stated Warner Bros. Merchandising Director Hal Halverstadt, was a shot of the album cover at the end, with a voice over reading the title. In the eyes of Warner/Reprise, the commercial is anything but obscene We knew the station might not under stand what we were doing, but we didn’t suspect they’d turn us down cold, continues Halverstadt
Down in Dachau blues Down in Dachau blues. Three little children with doves on their shoulders Their eyes rolled back in ecstasy crying Please, old man stop this misery They're countin' out the devil With two fingers on their hands Begging the Lord don't let the third one land On World War Three On World War Three
Don Van Vliet (aka Captain Beefheart) retired from the music industry after 1982’s Ice Cream For Crow album to concentrate on his primary love – paint. The Radar Station is a purely fan-run site which aims to document every twist and turn in the tale of this unique individual. Liverpool’s Bluecoat Gallery continue their support of all things Beefheart with a special event to mark Trout Mask Replica’s 50th anniversary. Beefheart biographer Mike Barnes will be leading a discussion about the album and artist Derek Tyman will be creating a scale model of the Trout House!
Check out the crafty video below. Captain Beefheart's Trout Mask Replica turns 50! In celebration of the milestone anniversary, here's "Old Fart At Play" from the classic album. Trout Mask Replica continues to be cited as one of the more influential albums of the 20th Century, and in 2010 it was inducted into the . Library of Congress's National Recording Registry. Captain Beefheart - Old Fart at Play. Track from the album Trout Mask Replica (1969).
Leaving alone the obvious condition that Captain Beefheart's numerous experimental albums aren't as prime for a best-of treatment as the discographies of most artists are, this is a pretty good overview of career highlights. The two CDs span his 1966 "Diddy Wah Diddy" single to his final album (1982's Ice Cream for Crow), each disc weighing in at about 75 minutes. It's not for the collector, but it's a decent package for someone who wants to get familiar with the Captain or doesn't need more than a few of his regular albums. Comprehensive notes in a 60-page booklet offer a good straightforward cruise through his oft-confusing history and shifting Magic Band personnel.
Once you've heard Beefheart, it's hard to wash him out of your clothes," Waits once said, "It stains, like coffee or blood. He was born Don van Vliet in Glendale California in 1941, the son of Dutch immigrants who, it seemed, spoilt their headstrong son in the belief that he was a child art prodigy. A short stint as a vacuum cleaner salesman followed in which he toted his wares around the desert communities of southern California. Once, legend has it, he knocked on the door of a mobile home and none other than Aldous Huxley answered. Beefheart pointed at a vacuum cleaner and shouted, "I assure you sir, this thing sucks. Anecdotes about Beefheart's extreme behaviour are countless and, for the most part, seem to have been propagated by the man himself: he was a relentless self-mythologist
Listen to music from Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band like I'm Glad, Zig Zag Wanderer & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band. Their music was characterized by bluesy melodies, shambolic instrumentation, idiosyncratic, unbound timings, the growls and shrieks of Beefheart's vocals and his surreal, poetic lyrics.
album: "Strictly Personal" (1968) (as Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band). Low Yo Yo Stuff Nowadays A Woman's Gotta Hit A Man Too Much Time Circumstances My Head Is My Only House Unless It Rains Sun Zoom Spark Clear Spot Crazy Little Thing Long Neck Bottles Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles Big Eyed Beans From Venus Golden Birdies. album: "Unconditionally Guaranteed" (1974). Upon The My-O-My Sugar Bowl New Electric Ride This Is The Day.
While a Beefheart tribute album, Fast ‘n’ Bulbous – A Tribute To Captain Beefheart, was put out in 1988, you won’t find many of those artists here. These are some of the best you’ll find. Please tell me how you feel about Captain Beefheart and also if there are any covers that I missed. A wondrous weirdo to inspire other weirdos, Captain Beefheart’s legacy lives on through many musicians. Brought to us on Beefheart’s Clear Spot. Osborne takes the song in a direction that give is a sultry, tribal vibe. It’s subtle and it just so happens to rock too. 4. Sonic Youth – Electricity. This is the one song on the list that was actually recorded for Fast ‘n’ Bulbous – A Tribute To Captain Beefheart. Electricity comes from Safe As Milk and was also featured on Sonic Youth’s 2007 deluxe version reissue of Daydream Nation.