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The Shamen - Ebeneezer Goode mp3 album

  • Performer: The Shamen
  • Title: Ebeneezer Goode
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: France
  • Formats: APE DTS MP4 MP2 VQF ADX MIDI
  • Released: 1992
  • Style: Euro House, Hip-House, Acid, Hardcore, Techno, Breakbeat
  • MP3 album: 1361 mb
  • FLAC album: 1957 mb
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 341
The Shamen - Ebeneezer Goode mp3 album

Ebeneezer Goode" is a song by British electronic music group The Shamen, which, after being heavily remixed by The Beatmasters, became their biggest hit when released as a single in August 1992.

Ebeneezer Goode, leading light of the scene, know what I mean? E created the vibe - E takes you for a ride as if by Design The party ignites like it's comin' alive E takes you to the top, shakes you all around Then back down - you know as he gets mellow Then as smooth as the groove that is making you move E glides into your mind with a sunny "Hello!" A gentleman of leisure E's there for your pleasure But go easy on old 'Ezeer he's the love you could lose Extraordinary fellow, like Mr Punchinello E's the kind of geezer who must never be abused . .

Single by The Shamen. from the album Boss Drum. Ebeneezer Goode" is a song by British electronic music group The Shamen, which, after being heavily remixed by The Beatmasters, became their biggest hit when released as a single in August 1992. Ebeneezer Goode" was one of the most controversial UK number-one hits of the 1990s, due to its perceived oblique endorsement of recreational drug use. The song was initially banned by the BBC. It has been claimed that the single was eventually withdrawn after the band were hounded by the.

Watch the video for Ebeneezer Goode from The Shamen's On Air - The BBC Sessions for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Так как языком твоего браузера является русский, мы предполагаем, что ты будешь использовать русский интерфейс. Однако ты также можешь выбрать другой язык. A new version of Last. Baby D - Let Me Be Your Fantasy Let Me Be Your Fantasy Baby D.

Promo video for Ebeneezer Goode by The Shamen directed by Richard Heslop. The video has been upscaled to HD and restored as much as possible for inclusion on ww. hamensource. Written by Colin Angus & Richard West A version of the track features on the Boss Drum album on One Little Indian, published by Warner Chappell Music. Video can be found on The Shamen Collection DVD released by One Little Indian.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Ebeneezer Goode (Club Vocal)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Manda G.*, P.C. Nervous*
6:15
A2 Ebeneezer Goode (Shamen Vocal)
Engineer – James ReynoldsRemix – The Shamen
4:31
A3 Ebeneezer Goode (Jolly Roger Instrumental)
Remix, Other [Reconstruction By] – Eddie Richards
5:09
B1 Ebeneezer Goode (South Of Detroit Vocal)
Remix – Richie Hawtin
4:33
B2 Ebeneezer Goode (MBM Instrumental)
Remix – Jack Dangers
6:05
B3 Ebeneezer Goode (Shamen Dub)
Engineer – James ReynoldsRemix – The Shamen
4:38

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – One Little Indian Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – One Little Indian Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Me Company
  • Mastered At – The Exchange
  • Pressed By – MPO

Credits

  • Artwork – Me Company
  • Mastered By – Mike's*
  • Producer – The Shamen
  • Vocals – Mr C*
  • Written-By, Composed By – Angus*, West*

Notes

Remix credits on label are correct, remix credits on cover are not in correct order.
Ebeneezer Goode (Jolly Roger Instrumental) contains a sample of 'Martin Circus - I've Got A Treat'.

On Label:
℗ 1992 One Little Indian Records Ltd. © 1992 The copyright in this recording is owned by One Little Indian Records Ltd.
Made in France

On Sleeve:
℗ + © 1992 One Little Indian Records Ltd. Artwork: © 1992 Me Company, under licence to One Little Indian Records Ltd.
Made in England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016958 015367
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 78 TP 12 A1 MIKE'S - THE EXCHANGE MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 78 TP 12 B1 MIKE'S - THE EXCHANGE MPO

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
919722, 72438 919722 8 The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode ‎(CD, Single, Car) One Little Indian, One Little Indian 919722, 72438 919722 8 France 1992
919726 The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode ‎(12") One Little Indian 919726 France 1992
VISA 8040 The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode (DJ's Special ) ‎(12", Ltd) One Little Indian VISA 8040 France 1993
919732, 72438 919732 7 The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode ‎(CD, Single) One Little Indian, One Little Indian 919732, 72438 919732 7 France 1992
78TP7C The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode ‎(Cass, Single) One Little Indian 78TP7C UK 1992

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Ebeneezer Goode (Club Vocal)
Remix – The Beatmasters
A2 Ebeneezer Goode (Shamen Vocal)
A3 Ebeneezer Goode (Jolly Roger Instrumental)
Remix – Eddie Richards
B1 Ebeneezer Goode (South Of Detroit Vocal)
Remix – Richie Hawtin
B2 Ebeneezer Goode (MBM Instrumental)
Remix – Meat Beat Manifesto
B3 Ebeneezer Goode (Shamen Dub)

Notes

Released 9 November 1992

(P) 1992 One Little Indian Records Ltd UK

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
78TP12 The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode ‎(12") One Little Indian 78TP12 UK 1992
919722, 72438 919722 8 The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode ‎(CD, Single, Car) One Little Indian, One Little Indian 919722, 72438 919722 8 France 1992
919726 The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode ‎(12") One Little Indian 919726 France 1992
VISA 8040 The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode (DJ's Special ) ‎(12", Ltd) One Little Indian VISA 8040 France 1993
919732, 72438 919732 7 The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode ‎(CD, Single) One Little Indian, One Little Indian 919732, 72438 919732 7 France 1992



Reviews about The Shamen - Ebeneezer Goode (6):
Manemanu
I never understood why he was singing "A's are good A's are good.." ?? I always thought Move any Mountain was better anyway thats what we all danced to up in Scotland!
Agalas
The regular version is mediocre but the Acid Remixes (A3, B1) are awesome if you like the acid rave type songs from the early '90s.
Ishnllador
A3 is Eddie Richards remix and B1 is Richie Hawtin remix. :)
Faulkree
This record is interesting, because on the back cover it is mentioned " Made in England " but on the record it is mentioned "Made In France". 78TP12 on the cover and the record.
Zulkishicage
Often blamed for being the final nail in the coffin of the “serious” rave scene, I think "Ebeneezer Goode" is a fantastic pop moment and a definite cultural event - a point where a nation had to face the fact that a significant portion of its population were not only using large quantities of illegal substances, but were thoroughly enjoying themselves and laughing in the face of the establishment while doing so. It was also a great modern sounding techno pop song and catchy as Chlamydia. It wouldn’t have worked if it hadn’t been - to be truly subversive, you have to infiltrate the mainstream. The Small Faces had done a similar thing with "Here comes the Nice" and “Itchycoo Park” back in 1967. Of course the Shamen argued that it wasn’t about drugs - almost as hilarious as the song itself. But they somehow managed to avoid a BBC ban and it went to the top of the UK charts. What many forget is that the Shamen actually deleted this themselves, possibly fearing that their credibility was suffering. By then though, the damage was done. Prior to Ebeneezer, the Shamen were considered THE FUTURE by many: A new techno psychedelia with a new enlightened philosophy, based on advocating the widespread use of Ecstasy, believing it would bring increased insight, empathy and understanding to an increasingly materialistic and selfish world: An update of the 13th Floor Elevators acid philosophy of 1966/7, but this time with a drug that didn’t send you mental. After this release, they were seen as a joke by just about everyone. I remember arguing with friends of mine who had accompanied me to the Hacienda to see them before Ebeneezer was released. They were horrified by the song, feeling that it was a betrayal of their underground ideals. I had always found the Shamen to be a little po-faced and preachy, whether they were talking politics or drugs, but this showed that they at least had a sense of humour.
Negal
Basically the nice thing about this mediocre The Shamen release 'Ebeneezer Goode', is the metaphorical humour. The track is about this strange guy called Ebeneezer Goode and everytime when he's around it's funtime. In fact the track is just an hommage to 3,14 mdma aka ecstacy. The "Eezer Goode, Eezer Goode!" shouts are just hilarious. E's are good, E's are good ... get it? This excerpt from the track's lyrics is a lovely illustration of the above: "Ebeneezer Goode, leading light of the scene Know what I mean, see He created the vibe He takes you for a ride and as if by design The party ignites like he's comin alive He takes you to the top, shakes you all around Then back down, you know as he gets mellow Then as smooth as the groove that is making you move He glides into your mind with a sunny Hello A gentleman of leisure, he's there for your pleasure" Unbvelievable that The Shamen topped 4 weeks at the number 1 spot in the UK charts with this cheeky drug hymn. Naughty, naughty, very naughty.

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