The Flying Lizards - Summertime Blues mp3 album
The Flying Lizards is the 1979 self-titled debut album by The Flying Lizards and was released on the Virgin Records label. all tracks by David Cunningham except as noted. Der Song von Mandelay" (titled "Mandelay Song" on UK release) - 2:27 (Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill). Her Story" - 4:37 (Dave Solomon, David Cunningham, General-Strike, Vivien Goldman). TV" - 3:51 (David Cunningham, Deborah Evans-Stickland, General-Strike). Summertime Blues" - 3:09 (Eddie Cochran, Jerry Capehart).
Artist: The Flying Lizards. Album: The Flying Lizards, 2008. The Song for Summer 2009 ;-) Has been played on.
Eddie cochran- "Summertime blues" (vinyl + lyrics). Better Than The Original: Flying Lizards. Flying Lizards on Australian 'Countdown' on 3. 3. The Flying Lizards - Then He Kissed Me (1984). The Flying Lizards - Money (Original Extended Mix). Money - John Lennon & Plastic Ono Band - Toronto 1969.
For the 1966 album by Cochran, see Summertime Blues (album). For the 1984 film directed by Yaky Yosha, see Summertime Blues (1984 film). For the 1985 film, see Summer Time Blues (1985 film). Summertime Blues" is a song co-written and recorded by American rockabilly artist Eddie Cochran. It was written by Cochran and his manager Jerry Capehart. Summertime Blues" debuted at number 53 on the US Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks for the week of June 18, 1994. The Flying Lizards released an avant-garde cover of the song as their first single in 1978. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band performed the song in concert. Van Halen performed the song live on their 1978 US/European tour and the 1983 South American leg of the Diver Down Tour.
Sleeve, Artwork – Laurie-Rae Chamberlain. Sleeve – David Cunningham. Trombone – Steve Saunders (tracks: 2-7, 2-14). Voice – Cheryl Lewis (tracks: 2-8), Vivien Goldman (tracks: 2-16). On back sleeve: "The two albums and singles released by Virgin Records of The Flying Lizards, David Cunningham's nexus of art, punk, experimenta, using 'Pop' music as his medium. Tracks 1-1 to 1-10 originally released on Virgin Records V 2150 (1980). Track 1-11 originally released on Virgin Records DK4809 (1980).
This song is by The Flying Lizards and appears on the album The Flying Lizards (1980). This song is a cover of "Summertime Blues" by Eddie Cochran. I'm gonna raise a fussI'm gonna raise a hollerAbout working all summerJust to try to earn a dollarEvery time I call my babyTry to get a dateMy boy says, "No, dice, sonYou gotta work late". Sometime I wonderWhat am I gonna doBut there ain't no cureFor the summertime blues.
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Written-By – E. Cochran*, J. Capeheart*
Written-By – D. Cunningham*
- Lacquer Cut At – Utopia Studios
- Printed By – Delga Press Limited
- Producer – David Cunningham
NotesRelease appears to be almost identical to the other UK The Flying Lizards - Summertime Blues with the exception of the David Cunningham credit, which reads as "Piano Productions" instead of "Piano Recordings" as is seen on that version.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched Run-out): VS 230 A1 SYSTEMS MUSIC Ʊ
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched Run-out): VS 230 B1 FOR HOME DEFENCE Ʊ
|VS 230, VS230||The Flying Lizards||Summertime Blues (7", Single)||Virgin, Virgin||VS 230, VS230||UK||1978|
|MLS-7||The Flying Lizards||Summertime Blues (7", Single)||Missing Link||MLS-7||Australia||1978|
|MLS-7||The Flying Lizards||Summertime Blues (7", Single, Gen)||Missing Link||MLS-7||Australia||Unknown|
|VS 230||The Flying Lizards||Summertime Blues (7", Single, Com)||Virgin||VS 230||UK||1978|