Someone & The Somebodies - Newvo mp3 album
- Performer: Someone & The Somebodies
- Title: Newvo
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: AAC AA MP3 DXD RA MP1 AUD
- Released: 1982
- Style: New Wave, Post-Punk
- MP3 album: 1996 mb
- FLAC album: 1210 mb
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 487
Lauren Ruth Ward Brings Album "Well, Hell" and Five New Singles on Tour. Tagged: Lauren Ruth Ward.
Official page of Someone & The Somebodies. The Somebodies are a seminal band from the 80s Boston Rock Scene. Typically replies within a day. Contact Someone & The Somebodies on Messenger.
The third full-length album, Numbers, was released on NOATS' 10th anniversary. The band's sound is decidedly diverse and can turn from dee dee dwee deedle fwee t'taaah to BWUUUAAAAAGGGHHHH BAKKA BAKKA KABBUDDA SKIPOOOOW pretty quickly. Live at WFMU on Beastin the Airwaves March 25th 2012.
To Love Somebody is an album by jazz anist Nina Simone. It was released as quickly as possible to prolong the unexpected success of 'Nuff Said! The title is taken from the Bee Gees song "To Love Somebody", her cover of the song became her second British hit single after "Ain't Got No-I Got Life". The title track, "To Love Somebody", as well as "I Can't See Nobody" are songs by the Bee Gees. Suzanne", originally by Leonard Cohen.
- Recorded At – Sound Design Studios, Burlington, Mass
- Recorded At – Downtown Recorders
- Mixed At – Studio B
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Somebodies
- Copyright (c) – Somebodies
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tribal Jargon
- Copyright (c) – Tribal Jargon
- Bass, Guitar, Vocals, Cover – Tristram Lozaw
- Crew – Elliot Wyzanski, Kenny Carroll, Sheldon Cohen
- Drums – Jon Coe
- Engineer – Allen D. Smith, Bruce Manicelli (tracks: A), Jeff Whitehead (tracks: B)
- Engineer [Sound] – Rob Rand
- Film Technician – Susan Kimball
- Guitar, Bass – Michael Glickman
- Guitar, Synth – Rob Davis
- Lighting, Photography By – Neal Trousdale
NotesIan recorded at Sound Design, Burlington
Newvo recorded at Downtown Recorders, Boston