Milkwood - How's The Weather? mp3 album
They released one album, How's the Weather, on Paramount Records in early 1973 but it failed to chart. After Milkwood, Ocasek formed the group Richard and the Rabbits, which included Orr and keyboardist Greg Hawkes, who had played on Milkwood's album. Ocasek and Orr also performed as an acoustic duo during this period. Some of the songs they played became the early Cars songs.
Milkwood - How's The Weather - Dream Trader. In the early 1970's, the two future Cars lead singers, Ric Ocasek and Benjamin Orr, were members of a Boston folk trio called Milkwood. At that time, the two went. Milkwood - How's the weather (1972). Released in 1972 by Paramount Records. It is the only album by this Boston folk trio that would later go on to become The Cars. Expand to view this album in its. ルクウッド - How's The Weather - CARSのベンとリック Milkwood.
Milkwood (2). How's The Weather? (Album). Does anyone know if this was an album only release without 45 RPM singles? Reply Notify me Helpful. Master Release -. Release Notes: (optional).
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How’s the Weather never charted and Milkwood disappeared without a trace. Ocasek and Orr-names altered-went on to Richard and the Rabbits, Cap’n Swing and, ultimately, the Cars.
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Milkwood, Category: Artist, Albums: How's The Weather, Biography: For many, Ric Ocasek and Ben Orr are new wave personified, and it is nearly impossible to picture either doing any other style of music. Monthly Listeners: 132, Where People Listen: Portland, New York City, London, Philadelphia, Dallas. But before the duo rose to prominence with the hit-making machine the Cars, they were members of an obscure folk outfit called Milkwood. Ocasek and Orr (who at the time went by their original last names, Otcasek and Orzechowski) had been in bands together since the '60s, but it wasn't until the early '70s that they were in a band that achieved any substantial recognition, resulting in Milkwood signing to the Paramount record label.
|With You With Me||3:18|
|Bring Me Back||4:18|
|The Light Won’t Burn||4:53|
|Along The Way||4:30|
|We’ve Been All Through||4:11|
|PAS 6046||Milkwood||How's The Weather? (LP)||Paramount Records||PAS 6046||US||1972|
|PAAS6046||Milkwood||How's The Weather (CD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Not On Label||PAAS6046||South Korea||2006|
|BTR0015||Milkwood||How's The Weather? (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Riverman||BTR0015||Japan||2006|