The Honeymoon Killers is a 1970 American crime film written and directed by Leonard Kastle, and starring Shirley Stoler and Tony Lo Bianco. It is inspired by the true story of Raymond Fernandez and Martha Beck, the notorious "lonely hearts killers" of the 1940s. The soundtrack is from the first movement of the 6th Symphony and a section of the 5th Symphony of Gustav Mahler. The Honeymoon Killers went on to achieve cult status as well as critical recognition
Personnel The Honeymoon Killers. Claire Lawrence-Slater – drums. Michael O'Neill – electric guitar. Jerry Teel – vocals, electric guitar, cover art, illustrations. Lisa Wells – bass guitar. Production and additional personnel.
Studio album by The Honeymoon Killers. Sixth Street Butcher Shop (New York City, NY). Genre. Noise rock, punk blues. 1. "Honeymoon Killers". Personnel The Honeymoon Killers.
Title: The Honeymoon Killers (1970). I saw "the honeymoon killers" at the beginning of the seventies in a "art et essai" movie theater (in France,"art et essai" means non -commercial and artistical works). The movie had little impact on the "mainstream" audience,and the TV was afraid to broadcast it. Thirty years later,it still packs a real wallop:it has worn extremely well,even better than praised classics such as "gun crazy" and "Bonnie and Clyde". I'm sure it had a strong influence on Francis Girod's "le trio infernal"(1974).
TOOTS AND THE MAYTALS - Slatyam Stoot 1972. 3. Sonic Youth – Bad Moon Rising. 4. Tueurs de la Lune de Miel - "Route Nationale 7".
The Honeymoon Killers. Véronique Vincent & Aksak Maboul with guests Jean-François Jones Jacob III and Gerald Fenerberg (. 19. 2. See all. Posts. The Honeymoon Killers. Ses portraits de célébrités belges sont constitués de leur seul prénom au bic bleu.
The Honeymoon Killers were a Belgian experimental rock band originally formed in 1974 by Yvon Vromman, with . Jones Jacob, and Gérald Fenerberg. In its first incarnation, the band played mostly in Brussels, was arrogant and funny, and performed massacres on all musical genres, from rockabilly and punk to marching band music, French chanson and free jazz. Their name is taken from the 1970 crime film The Honeymoon Killers. The band was started by Jerry Teel and Lisa Wells, but they were accompanied by Michael O'Neill and Claire Lawrence-Slater on their first album. Later line-ups would consist of members of like-minded bands such as Boss Hog, Pussy Galore, and the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. The Honeymoon Killers' sound is deeply rooted in the blues, earning them comparisons to The Cramps, whom Teel has great admiration for.
|A3||I Love To Eat It||3:01|
|A4||Rooms Of Doom||4:20|
|A5||Place In France||1:35|
Words By – Underwood*
|B3||Who Do You Love
Words By – E. McDaniel*