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Mighty Like A Rose is the 13th studio album by the British rock singer and songwriter Elvis Costello, released in 1991 on compact disc as Warner Brothers 26575. The title is presumably a reference to the pop standard "Mighty Lak' a Rose", and although that song does not appear on the album, the words of its first stanza are quoted in the booklet of the 2002 reissue. 23 It peaked at No. 5 on the UK Albums Chart, and at No. 55 on the Billboard 200.
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Elvis Costello’s 1991 album arrived in the middle of what he wryly refers to as his beard years. He let his hair down stylistically, too, adopting brooding Leonard Cohen-esque folk on After the Fall and Beach Boys-style harmonies to deliver cutting lyrics on The Other Side of Summer, while So Like Candy sputters and sparks to the strains of vibrato guitar and lost love. Mighty Like a Rose Elvis Costello. Elvis Costello’s 1991 album arrived in the middle of what he wryly refers to as his beard years.
LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Import. Elvis Costello Format: Vinyl. Features the modern rock classics "So Like Candy" and "The Other Side of Summer", showcasing the genius and wit of this artists songwriting. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
By: Elvis Costello (1991, Rock). More albums from Elvis Costello: When I Was Cruel by Elvis Costello. National Ransom by Elvis Costello. Terror And Magnificence by Elvis Costello. Il Sogno by Elvis Costello. Live With The Metropole Orkest – My Flame Burns Blue by Elvis Costello. This Year’s Model by Elvis Costello. Marian McPartland’s Piano Jazz Radio Broadcast by Elvis Costello. View all albums . Mighty Like A Rose. By: Elvis Costello (1991, Rock). 1. The Other Side Of Summer.
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And, certainly, production is the most notable thing about this record. Filled with clattering production, spongy bass, cardboard guitars, studio white noise, and layers upon layers of tracks, there's so much going on that it's hard to get to the core of the songs
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Mighty Like a Rose" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Elvis Costello (born Declan Patrick MacManus, 25 August 1954) is an English singer-songwriter. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk/New Wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s. Steeped in word p. ore . Year: 1991.
|A1||The Other Side Of Summer
Acoustic Guitar – James BurtonBacking Vocals [Vocal Group] – Richard Page, Steve George, Steven SolesBass – T-Bone WolkBass [Fuzz Six-string Bass] – Jerry ScheffDrums, Tambourine, Bells [Sleighbells], Drums [Side Drum], Castanets – Pete ThomasPiano [Tack] – Benmont TenchPiano [Toy, Tack], Organ [Vox Continental, Calliope, Cox, Stereophonic Optigan], Arranged By [Vocals] – Mitchell FroomPiano [Toy, Tack], Organ [Vox Continental, Calliope, Cox, Stereophonic Optigan], Piano [Grand] – Larry KnechtelVocals, Backing Vocals [Vocal Group], Arranged By [Vocals], Bass [Intro], Acoustic Guitar [12-string] – E.C.*
|A2||Hurry Down Doomsday (The Bugs Are Taking Over)
Bass – Nick LoweDrum Programming, Percussion, Other [Maestrodellavolta] – Jim KeltnerGuitar [Solos] – James BurtonOther [Giant Insect Mutation Ang Bug Attack] – Marc RibotVocals, Other [Main Figure], Rhythm Guitar – E.C.*
|A3||How To Be Dumb
Baritone Saxophone – Roger Lewis Bass – Jerry ScheffDrums – Pete ThomasMaracas – Pierre Other [Industrial Jack-ass] – Marc Ribot, Mitchell FroomPiano [Grand], Organ [Hammond B-3] – Larry KnechtelVocals, Guitar [Big Stupid Guitar], Maracas – E.C.*
|A4||All Grown Up
Acoustic Guitar – James BurtonArranged By [Strings, Woodwind], Conductor [Orchestra] – Fiachra TrenchBass – T-Bone WolkCornet, Horns [Eb. Horn] – Marc RibotDrums – Jim KeltnerLeader [String] – Gavyn WrightPiano, Clavinet – Larry KnechtelVocals – E.C.*
|A5||Invasion Hit Parade
Bass – T-Bone WolkDrums – Pete ThomasElectric Guitar – Marc RibotGuitar [Big Stupid Guitar, Electric], Organ [Little Foolish Organ] – E.C.*Organ [Chamberlain] – Mitchell FroomOther [Radio Hail, Hail Freedonia Breakthrough] – Costello-Froom-RibotPiano [Grand] – Larry KnechtelTrumpet – Ross MacManusVocals – D.P.A. MacManus*
Arranged By [Windband] – Fiachra TrenchBass [Hung Upside Down Rickenbacker Tremolo Bass] – T-Bone WolkBassoon [Woodwind Quintet] – Neil LevesleyClarinet [Woodwind Quintet] – Nicholas BucknallDrums, Tambourine, Cymbal [Finger Cymbals] – Pete ThomasFlute [Woodwind Quintet] – Andrew FindonFrench Horn [Woodwind Quintet] – Simon RaynerHarpsichord, Piano [Tack] – Larry KnechtelOboe [Woodwind Quintet] – Richard MorganOrgan [Vox Continental] – Mitchell FroomVocals, Electric Guitar – E.C.*
|A7||After The Fall
Acoustic Guitar [Spanish Guitar] – Marc RibotBacking Vocals [Vocal Harmony] – Steven SolesCelesta – Mitchell FroomDouble Bass [Six-string Electric Upright Bass] – Rob WassermanHarmonium – Larry KnechtelVocals, Acoustic Guitar – E.C.*
|B1||Georgie And Her Rival
Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Electric Guitar Figure] – James BurtonArranged By [Woodwond Chart] – Fiachra TrenchBass – Jerry ScheffDrums – Pete ThomasElectric Guitar – Marc RibotHarpsichord [Baldwin Electric Spinet] – Benmont TenchOrgan [Hammond B-3, Chamberlain] – Mitchell FroomPiano [Grand] – Larry KnechtelVocals, Acoustic Guitar [12-string] – E.C.*
|B2||So Like Candy
Acoustic Guitar [Spanish], Electric Guitar – Marc RibotBass – Jerry ScheffBass [Intro/outro Bass Figures] – T-Bone WolkDrums – Jim KeltnerMellotron, Celesta, Organ [Chamberlain] – Mitchell FroomPiano [Tack] – Larry KnechtelVocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – E.C.*
|B3||Interlude: Couldn't Call It Unexpected No. 2
Baritone Saxophone – Roger Lewis Featuring – The Dirty Dozen Brass BandSnare, Drums [Parade Drum] – Jenell Marshall, Lionel BatisteSousaphone – Kirk JosephTenor Saxophone – Kevin Harris Trombone – Charles JosephTrumpet – Efrem Towns, Gregory Davis
|B4||Playboy To A Man
Bass – Jerry ScheffDrums – Jim KeltnerFeaturing – The Mighty CorsicanGuitar [Big Stupid Guitar, 12-string Rickenbacker], Organ [Cox] – E.C.*Guitar [Guitar Section] – Marc RibotOrgan [Cox] – Froom*Other [Piano Frenzy] – Froom-Tench-KnechtelPiano [Upright] – Larry Knechtel
Baritone Saxophone – Roger Lewis Bass – Jerry ScheffCelesta, Organ [Hammond B-3] – Mitchell FroomDrums – Pete ThomasElectric Guitar, Vocals – E.C.*Featuring – The Dirty Dozen Brass BandPiano, Organ [Hammond B-3] – Larry KnechtelSousaphone – Kirk JosephTenor Saxophone – Kevin Harris Trombone – Charles JosephTrumpet – Efrem Towns, Gregory Davis
Double Bass [Six-string Upright Electric Bass] – Rob WassermanElectric Guitar – Marc RibotHarmonium – Larry KnechtelOrgan [Chamberlain] – Mitchell FroomVocals, Piano, Organ [Chamberlain] – E.C.*
|B7||Couldn't Call It Unexpected No. 4
Banjo, Cornet, Horns [Eb Horn] – Marc RibotDrums – Jim KeltnerHarmonium, Organ [Calliope] – Benmont TenchOrgan [Chamberlain] – Mitchell FroomPiano [Upright] – Larry KnechtelTuba, Double Bass [Ampeg Upright Electric Bass] – Jerry ScheffVocals, Celesta, Piano [Toy] – E.C.*
|7599-26575-1, WX 419||Elvis Costello||Mighty Like A Rose (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||7599-26575-1, WX 419||Europe||1991|
|9 26575-2||Elvis Costello||Mighty Like A Rose (CD, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||9 26575-2||US||1991|
|7599-26575-2||Elvis Costello||Mighty Like A Rose (CD, Album, RP)||Warner Bros. Records||7599-26575-2||Europe||1999|
|CD 26575||Elvis Costello||Mighty Like A Rose (CD, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||CD 26575||Canada||1991|
|9 26593-2||Elvis Costello||Mighty Like A Rose (CD, Album, Ltd)||Warner Bros. Records||9 26593-2||US||1991|