Gear Daddies - Billy's Live Bait album flac
|3||Wear Your Crown||2:50|
|4||Don't Look At Me||3:59|
|7||No One's Home||3:28|
|8||Color Of Her Eyes||3:37|
|10.3||(I Wanna Drive The) Zamboni||2:39|
- Marketed By – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Manufactured By – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Made By – PDO, USA
- Recorded At – Pachyderm Studio
- Recorded At – Paisley Park Studios
- Recorded At – Metro Studio, Minneapolis
- Mixed At – Pachyderm Studio
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Art Direction – Mitchell Kanner
- Backing Vocals – Lianne Smith
- Bass – Nick Ciola
- Booking – Frank Riley , Triad Artists
- Design – George Lebon
- Drums, Vocals, Accordion – Billy Dankert
- Engineer – Tom Herbers
- Engineer [Assistant] – Dave Kent, Tim Penn* (tracks: 10)
- Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar, Dobro – Randy Broughten
- Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica – Martin Zellar
- Management – Mark Downey
- Mandolin – J Keyser
- Mastered By – Ted Jensen
- Percussion [Additional] – Ken "Corndog" Callahan*
- Photography By – Frank Ockenfels*
- Producer – Gear Daddies, Tom Herbers
- Technician [Studio Assistance] – Paul Smith
- Written-By – Billy Dankert (tracks: 5, 10a), Martin Zellar (tracks: 1-4, 6-9, 10b)
Notes"(I Wanna Drive The) Zamboni" is a hidden track.
Recorded at Pachyderm Discs except "One Voice" recorded at Paisley Park Studio and "Don't Look At Me" recorded at Metro Studio
Mixed at Pachyderm
℗ © 1990 PolyGram Records, Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 847 251-2 01% F
- Matrix / Runout ((Mould text)): MADE IN USA BY PDO
|847 251-2||Gear Daddies||Billy's Live Bait (CD, Album)||Polydor||847 251-2||US||1990|
|847 251-4||Gear Daddies||Billy's Live Bait (Cass, Album)||Polydor||847 251-4||US||1990|
|847 251-1||Gear Daddies||Billy's Live Bait (LP, Album)||Polydor||847 251-1||US||1990|
Billy’s Live Bait Tracklist. 1. Stupid Boy Lyrics.
Stupid Boy. Artist: Gear Daddies. Album: Billy's Live Bait, 1990. from the 1990 release "Billy's Live Bait"- Polygram Records.
The Gear Daddies lived up to the promise they showed on Let's Go Scare Al with the sometimes poignant and often humorous Billy's Live Bait. Though their sound was slightly harder and they were more inclined to rock out, they still thrived on a melodic, jangly guitar approach that was deeply indebted to the Byrds' folk-rock as well as to country. Those who enjoyed Al found that on world-weary offerings like "Wear Your Crown," "Stupid Boy," and "Goodbye Marie," the Daddies hadn't lost their impressive songwriting skills.
Is Billy's Live Bait the best album by Gear Daddies? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Billy's Live Bait CD Gear Daddies 990 PolyGram Zamboni MN alt rock Martin Zellar Condition: Very Good. Time left: 23d 10h 39m 35s. Ships to: Worldwide. Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date indicated and are subject to change.
The Gear Daddies are a rock band originally from Austin, Minnesota. Randy Broughten (electric and steel guitar), Nick Ciola (bass), Billy Dankert (drums and vocals), and Martin Zellar (guitar, harmonica and vocals) played their first shows together in 1984. They released singles and albums between 1986 and 1992 and became an important part of the Twin Cities music scene.
In 1990, Polydor issued the second Gear Daddies album, Billy's Live Bait.
Billy's Live Bait was the second album recorded by Austin, Minnesota band the Gear Daddies. It was their first release for a major label. Trivia: the bait shop attendant on the cover is Martin Zellar's brother, writer Brad Zellar. This 1990s rock album-related article is a stub.
Release group by Gear Daddies. US. Polydor (worldwide imprint, see annotation).
Billy's Live Bait (CD, Ltd, Promo).
Gear Daddies - KTCA Showcase 1992. Gear Daddies - Little Red Corvette b/w A White Sport Coat + The Rose - 45/33 EP. Transcription. (Nick Ciola) We're at First Avenue, it's the 25th anniversary of "Billy's Live Bait. Billy Dankert) Billy's Live Bait is our major label debut that came out in 1991. 90. '90? Twenty-five years, yeah, do the math.