Its De-Lovely - Eugen Cicero - In Town (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: Crystal Jazz - 066 CRY 45 297 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz •
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Town - Tobi Lark - Challenge My Love / O C Tolbert - You Got Me Turned Around Town - Carla Thomas - I'll Never Stop Loving You / I Play For Keeps Town - Dorothy Williams - The Well's Gone Dry / Albert Washington - I'm The Man Town - Melba Moore - The Magic Touch / Dean Parrish - Bricks, Broken Bottles And Sticks.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of In Town on Discogs. Label: SABA - SB 46 ST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Eugen Cicero - In Town (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(11).
Label: MPS Records - 15 ST,Saba - SB 15 ST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Eugen Cicero - In Town (, Vinyl) | Discogs 5/5(2).
Retrovirus is a career-spanning ( to present) live set from Lydia Lunch. The tour that spawned the set featured a band made up of Weasel Walter on guitar, Algis Kizys, who has played with Swans and Foetus, on bass and original Sonic Youth drummer Bob Bert. Retrovirus is available on vinyl LP and CD.
The original pressing of the monaural LP was on red vinyl, while the original stereo pressing was on blue vinyl. As "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" began to climb the charts, Fantasy re-worked the album cover, first with a "flag" to indicate the presence of the song, and eventually by putting the song front and center, and submerging the album's.
This LP is best known for its hit title song, an inspired disco version of a standard that has usually been heard in jazz and pre-rock pop settings. But the song works surprisingly well as disco, and the other tracks are equally impressive.