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Album Was (Not Was) - Was (Not Was)

Interprète:

Was (Not Was)

Titre:

Was (Not Was)

Genre:

Electro / Jazz / Rock / Funk

Taille de l'album MP3:

1296 mb

Taille de l'album FLAC:

2382 mb

Label:

Fontana

Classement:

4.8

Style:

Avantgarde, Disco, Alternative Rock, Funk

Pays:

Japan

Date de publication:

25 Jul 1990

Catalogue:

PHCR-1017

Album Was (Not Was) - Was (Not Was)

Tracklist

1It's An Attack !
Lead Vocals – Sweet Pea
3:11
2Tell Me That I'm Dreaming
Lead Vocals – Harry Bowens
4:58
3Out Come The Freaks
Lead Vocals – Harry BowensVocals [Spoken] – Marzanne McCants
5:37
4Where Did Your Heart Go?
Arranged By [Strings] – Johnny AllenLead Vocals – Sweet Pea
4:54
5The Sky's Ablaze2:17
6Go...Now !
Lead Vocals – Sweet PeaWritten-By – Ron Banks
5:28
7Oh, Mr. Friction3:26
8Carry Me Back To Old Morocco
Written-By – Doug Fieger
6:01

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ILPS 7015Was (Not Was) Was (Not Was) ‎(LP)ZE Records, Island RecordsILPS 7015UK1981
ZEREC LP05Was (Not Was) Was (Not Was) ‎(LP, Album)ZE RecordsZEREC LP051981
ZEREC.CD05Was (Not Was) Out Come The Freaks ‎(CD, Album)ZE RecordsZEREC.CD05France2004
ILPS 9666Was (Not Was) Was (Not Was) ‎(LP, Album)ZE Records, Island RecordsILPS 9666US1981
203 752, 203 752-320Was (Not Was) Was (Not Was) ‎(LP, Album)ZE Records, ZE Records, ZE Records, Island Records, Island Records203 752, 203 752-320Netherlands1981

Crédits

  • Art DirectionMaverse Players
  • Artwork [Airbrush]Terry Robeson
  • Artwork [Typeset/Keyline]Bill Thomas
  • Backing VocalsCarol Hall, Carolyn Crawford, Kathy Kosins, Michelle Goulet, Sheila Horn
  • BassJervonny Collier, Lamont Johnson
  • DrumsFranklin K. Funklyn McCullers, Jerry Jones
  • Electric Piano [Rhodes]Raymond Johnson
  • Executive-ProducerMichael Zilkha
  • GuitarBruce Nazarian, Ricky Rouse, Wayne Kramer
  • MandolinMack Pitt
  • Mastered By [Mastering Engineer]Ray Janos
  • Mixed By [Dance Mixes]Ken Collier
  • PercussionLarry Fratangelo
  • Percussion [Additional]Gary Stuck, Jim Matthews, Les Chambers
  • Percussion, Other [Electronic Hand Claps]Kevin Tschirhart
  • Percussion, Vocals [Rap]Carl 'Butch' Small
  • Photography By [Cover & Liner]Dirk Bakker
  • PianoIrwin Krinsky
  • Piano, Synthesizer [Oberheim OBX & Arp]Lusi Resto
  • ProducerJack Tann
  • Producer, Alto Saxophone, Piano, VocalsDavid Was
  • Producer, Bass, Vibraphone, Vocals, Synthesizer [Moog], Clavinet, Engineer [Recording & Mixing]Don Was
  • Recorded By [Remote Recording]Burr Huntington
  • Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor SaxophoneDavid McMurray
  • Synthesizer [Moog]Mark Johnson
  • Tenor Saxophone, Piccolo FluteArmand Angeloni
  • Trumpet, FlugelhornMarcus Belgrave
  • Vocals [Additional]Anthony Was, Kim Heron, Lamont Zodiac, Mark J. Norton, Mitchell Jacobs, Mrs. Martinez's Fifth Hour Vocal Music Class/Birney Middle School, Pam Schlom, Richard Pinkston, Rick Cushingberry, Rubin Weiss, Ruth Seymore, Tom Brzezina
  • Written-ByD. Was, D. Was

Notes

Made in Japan. Comes with Japanese Obi and Inserts

Codes-barres

  • Barcode: 4 988011 322457
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Entreprises

  • Manufactured By – Nippon Phonogram Co., Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Nippon Phonogram Co., Ltd.

Video

Album

Was Not Was is the debut album by art-funk ensemble Was Not Was it was released in 1981. The album was re-released with additional material in 2004 under the name Out Come the Freaks. The art direction was by Maverse Players. All tracks composed by David Was and Don Was except where indicated. Side A. Out Come the Freaks 5:41 vocals - Harry Bowens spoken vocals - Marzanne McCants. Where Did Your Heart Go 4:55 vocals - Sweet Pea Atkinson. Was Not Was is an American pop rock group founded in 1979 in Detroit, Michigan by David Weiss and Don Fagenson, who adopted the stage names David Was and Don Was. Their song catalog features an eclectic mix of pop and rock styles, often featuring guest musicians from across the musical spectrum. The band's most popular period was during the 1980s and early 1990s, with their highest charting hit, the song Walk the Dinosaur, released in 1987 as the lead single from their 1988 album What Up, Dog. Songs in album Was Not Was - Was Not Was 1981. Was Not Was - Out Come The Freaks. Was Not Was - Where Did Your Heart Go 795. Was Not Was - Tell Me That I'm Dreaming. Was Not Was - Oh, Mr. Was Not Was - Carry Me Back To Old Morocco. Was Not Was - It's An Attack 272. Was Not Was - The Sky's Ablaze. Was Not Was - Go. Now 260. Was Not Was. At the beginning of the '80s, David and Don Was weren't gathering bedfellows as strange as Ozzy Osborne and Mel Tormé - as they would a few years later, seemingly inspired by the P-Funk All Stars as much as Battle of the Network Stars - but the Oak Park, MI, natives were nonetheless generating collaborations as unlikely and. Was Not Was is the début album by art-funk ensemble Was Not Was it was released in 1981. 1 Track listing. Anthony Was, Kim Heron, Lamont Zodiac, Mark J. Norton, Mitchell Jacobs, Mrs. Martinez's Fifth Hour Vocal Music ClassBirney Middle School, Pam Schlom, Richard Pinkston, Rick Cushingberry, Rubin Weiss, Ruth Seymore, Tom Brzezina - additional vocals. Johnny Allen - string arrangement on Where Did Your Heart Go Michael Zilkha - Executive Producer. Their first album, Was Not Was 1981, did not reach the charts, but its follow-up, Born to Laugh at Tornados 1983, did. Then little was heard from the group for five years. They returned in 1988 with What Up, Dog, which featured the number 16 hit Spy in the House of Love and the number seven hit Walk the Dinosaur. During this period, Don Was had become a prominent record producer, handling the board for Bonnie Raitt's Grammy-winning Nick of Time, among many other mainstream pop records. Top Songs. Tell Me That I'm Dreaming Traditional 12 Remix. Out Come the Freaks 12 Classic Remix. Out Come the Freaks. WAS NOT WAS. Out come the freaks. vinyl full trak lp Was Not Was. ZE - Island Records. Not Was is an American pop rock group founded by David Weiss and Donald Fagenson, who adopted the stage names David Was and Don Was. They gained popularity in the 1980s and early 1990s. Weiss and Fagenson were childhood friends who grew up together in suburban Detroit, Michigan, United States. Partly due to Fagenson's poverty they decided to form Was Not Was in 1979. The name of the band was derived from Fagenson's then-infant son Tony, who was just beginning to talk and enjoyed contradicting. was not was 40:03. Ajouter à une Liste. This does not include personalisation, the collection of information about your use of this service to subsequently personalise content andor advertising for you in other contexts, i. on other service, such as websites or apps, over time. Functional Cookies. Listen to music from Was Not Was like Walk The Dinosaur, Shake Your Head Let's Go To Bed & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Was Not Was. Due largely to Fagenson's poverty, they decided to form Was Not Was in 1979. The name of the band was derived from Fagenson's son, who enjoyed contradicting words such as 'Blue' with 'Not Blue'. Their first recording was Wheel Me read more. Was Not Was is an eccentric pop group founded by David Weiss . David Was and Don Fagenson . Don Was. Don Was is also a famous producer, who has worked with The B-52's, The Rolling Stones and many other artists

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