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Discovering Japan - Graham Parker And The Rumour - Squeezing Out Sparks (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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Label: Arista - AB 4223 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Classic Rock


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9 thoughts on “ Discovering Japan - Graham Parker And The Rumour - Squeezing Out Sparks (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Tracks 1 to 10 originally released on vinyl LP as Squeezing Out Sparks in Recorded at Lansdowne Studio, London. Mixed at Cherokee Studios, Hollywood Tracks 11 to 22 originally distributed on vinyl Promo LP as Live Sparks in Previously unreleased. Produced by KSAN FM San Francisco and WXRT FM Chicago/5(6).
  2. Mar 10,  · Details: I recently bought a second-hand copy of Squeezing Out Sparks by Graham Parker And The Rumour. While the actual cover, labels, and matrix (AB SA/AB SB) seem identical to the record listed under Arista – AB , there is a small, white, wrap-around white sticker applied to the top left of the front cover (continuing around /5().
  3. Quake Records, in association with Graham Parker, is proud to present a new edition of Graham Parker's classic album Squeezing Out Sparks. Featuring never before released bonus tracks recorded live at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle in Voted Album of the Year by the Village Voice # in Rolling Stone's Greatest Albums of All Time/5().
  4. In , after releasing three albums in the United States through Mercury Records that earned rave reviews but minimal sales, Graham Parker signed with Arista Records for the American market, and the label was determined to break Parker in the U.S. Parker's first album for Arista, Squeezing out Sparks, was immediately hailed as a masterpiece and his supporting concert tour with his band the.
  5. Squeezing Out Sparks, an Album by Graham Parker. Released in March on Arista (catalog no. AB ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pub Rock. Featured peformers: Graham Parker (vocals, rhythm guitar, writer), Brinsley Schwarz (guitar, backing vocals), Martin Belmont (rhythm guitar, backing vocals), Bob Andrews (keyboards, backing vocals), Andrew Bodnar (bass), Steve Goulding (drums, backing vocals.
  6. Squeezing Out Sparks Quake Records is proud to present a new edition of Graham Parker’s classic album Squeezing Out Sparks. This newly remastered edition features a new cover design, as well as never before released bonus tracks recorded live at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle in
  7. The first track on Parker's highly acclaimed album Squeezing Out Sparks, this song was inspired by his extensive travels, which he quite erexabcycmetthuck.metmanipppharlobsgelajanbebirdmosa.co a Songfacts interview with Graham Parker, he explained: "What people don't know is that me and the Rumour had made two albums in '76 and my career was already well in gear before something called punk and new wave came along, which was.
  8. Squeezing Out Sparks is the high water mark of Parker's career for a variety of reasons: first, the Rumour had solidified into one of the best rock bands of the seventies, as comfortable playing reggae riffs as well as traditional rock and, of course, that spare, lean, "new wave" sound/5().
  9. “Discovering Japan,” the first cut on Squeezing Out Sparks and the number that best speaks for the album, rams home Parker’s music-as-way-of-life by reducing it to a demand for meaning, for.

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