Squeeze is the self-titled debut album released by British group Squeeze. The album title was simply Squeeze in the United Kingdom, but in the United States, Canada, Australia and other countries the album, like the band, was marketed under the name . Squeeze to avoid confusion with similarly-named American and Australian groups. The LP was produced by John Cale, except for "Take Me I'm Yours" and "Bang Bang" (also the only singles released from the LP). Those songs were produced by the band.
Up the Junction" was the third single released from Squeeze's second album, Cool for Cats, sung by Glenn Tilbrook. It is one of the band's most popular and well-remembered songs (especially in the UK), and reached number 2 on the UK Singles Chart, the same position as its predecessor, "Cool for Cats". Up the Junction is also the name of a collection of short stories by Nell Dunn, first published in 1963
Squeeze guitarist Chris Difford writes their lyrics, and he got the idea to write in this style from the 1972 Roxy Music song "Virginia Plain," as well as some of the more obscure Bob Dylan songs like "Who Killed Davey Moore?" When Difford wrote it, the song had about 16 verses. Glenn Tilbrook, who is Squeeze's other guitarist, puts music to Difford's lyrics, and usually picks from about 20-30 sets of words. Difford: "I imagined it would never be a hit and we'd have to take it off the album. And the record company said that they disagreed, and it was that second record (after "Cool For Cats"), so they said if the manager was wrong he'd have to eat his heart. Up The Junction" is a British phrase meaning you're screwed. In this song, a guy gets his girl pregnant, becomes a drunk, loses the girl and is stuck raising his daughter by himself. The video was shot at John Lennon's old house.
Squeeze : Up the Junction,disco, crónica, tracklist, mp3, textos. Album Name Up the Junction. Type EP. Data de aparición 1979. Labels A And M Records. Estilo MusicalNew-Wave. Miembros poseen este álbum0. Saber más. Other productions from Squeeze.
This song is by Squeeze and appear. never thought it would happenWith me and the girl from ClaphamOut on the windy commonThat night I ain't forgottenWhen she dealt out the rationsWith some or other passionsI said, "You are a lady""Perhaps," she said, "I may be". We moved into a basementWith thoughts of our engagementWe stayed in by the tellyAlthough the room was smellyWe spent our time just kissingThe Railway Arms we're missingBut love had got us hooked upAnd all our time it took up.
Album · 2000 · 19 Songs. See All. The Knowledge. Squeeze: The Complete BBC Sessions.
Up the Junction" was the third single released from Squeeze's second album, Cool for Cats. Written by band members Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook, it remains one of the band's most popular and well-remembered songs (especially in the UK); it reached on the UK Singles Chart. It is quite notable for not having a chorus. Another Nail In My Heart.
Up The Junction is found on the album Singles 45's and Under Classics, Vol. 25 Greatest Hits Cool for Cats Up the Junction: Essential Collection Back to Mine The Squeeze Story Gold Essential Squeeze 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Squeeze Big Squeeze: The Very Best of Squeeze Cool for Cats Cool for Cats Cool for Cats 20th Century Masters -. The Millennium Collection: The Best of Squeeze Spot the Difference Big Squeeze: The.
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