I don't know if this song was ever covered by any band, but it's a classic tune for psychobilly music in the 50's and 60's. BONFIRE by JIMMY PIPER is one of those records which were played in a real mystic mood. It's got very cool lyrics and great guitar riffs. This hillbilly skiffle song was part of the second RATTLERS album and brought this one to the end too. Video von Various - Like Nothing Your Ears Have Ever Heard Before Vo. 2 (LP). Article properties: Various: Like Nothing Your Ears Have Ever Heard Before Vo. Album titlle: Like Nothing Your Ears Have Ever Heard Before Vo.
Love me (Like Nothing Your Ears Have Ever Heard Before! Volume 1). The Phantom. Ain't Nothing Like Being in Your Love.
Volume 4. Label: Vladimir Twist Records – VTR 6904. Series: Like Nothing Your Ears Have Ever Heard Before! – Volume 4. Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation.
Once heard, however, you’re hooked. The album finds Nelson more focused than many of his contemporaries in the 90s, ensuring that his songs aren’t swamped by the overarching themes that bring them together. 35: Semisonic: Feeling Strangely Fine (March 1998) The temptation may be to reduce Semisonic to ‘Closing Time’, the N. 1 US and Top 25 UK hit for which the band are mostly remembered. So it said exactly nothing when Two Steps was released because it couldn’t–it did not exists and wouldn’t for another 6 years give or take. Some great choices there. SOme I haven’t heard but intend to investigate. One you missed was TOUCH – a 1969 release by the band of the same name. I will think of many more.
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|A1||–The Pretty Things||Come See Me|
|A2||–Marvin Rainwater||Down In The Cellar|
|A3||–Dale Hawkins||Worried About You Baby|
|A4||–Jimmy Witherspoon||Endless Sleep|
|A6||–Magic Sam||21 Days In Jail|
|A7||–Vic Mizzy||Addams Family Theme|
|A8||–Randy Alvey & Green Fuz*||Green Fuzz|
|A9||–The Squires||Going All The Way|
|B1||–The Trashmen||Surfin' Bird|
|B3||–Eddie Bond & The Stompers||Slippin' In|
|B4||–Don "Red" Roberts||Only One|
|B7||–Guess Who*||Shaking All Over|
|B8||–Barry Gray Orchestra*||Sting Ray|
NotesLinernotes on the back-cover.
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- Matrix / Runout: VTR 6905 - A
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