referencing Radio Show 1977, Cass, Comp, Unofficial, C60, none. I treasure this "interview" and only wish that I still had some way of playing a cassette. Reply Notify me Helpful. The tapes features interview segments with Jay Clem, a former Cryptic Corporation executive, and covers the Residents' career up until 1977, emphasizing their more obscure musical material. Impromptu background music is performed by The Residents during 10 minutes of dialogue scattered throughout the program.
1977 was The Residents' 5th anniversary. What better way to celebrate, they thought, than to do a radio special, and what better way to do a radio special than to set up an interview with a person who is belligerent towards the group's musical aspirations. A close friend of Ralph Records spokesman, Jay Clem, worked at Houston's RAO Studios and had had a discussion with the main guy at RAO, Sid Powell, regarding the group's innovative music
Commercial Album is an album released by the Residents in 1980. It is commonly considered a follow-up of Duck Stab/Buster & Glen. The album pares down the concept and structure of the average commercial pop song and reduces it to a one-minute redux. It contains a compilation of 40 such sixty-second vignettes.
The Residents Radio Special is an album released by The Residents in 1979. This cassette was a promotional item issued to radio stations shortly before the release of Eskimo. The cassette was re-released in 1980 and 1984.
Released in 1977 on cassette by Ralph. The first prints were on cassette with white cards and then the next 1,000 with blue cards. Released in 2002 on CD by Ralph America remastered from the original tapes. This is a radio show featuring interviews and songs of The Residents' early years. Sort of a compilation if you will. No release results - showing artist results instead. The Complete Mole Trilogy pREServed Cryptic Corp 2019. Babyfingers was a release by the avant garde/experimental rock band The Residents, containing music written for their 1977 album, Fingerprince. As Fingerprince was originally meant to be a three-sided album (a concept abandoned due to expense and Monty Python's Matching Tie and Handkerchief beating them to the punch), much of the material was abandoned and the third side remained unfinished until November 1977 although most tracks from the EP was shown at the Residents Radio Special in September 1977.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Not On Label (The Residents) (catalog number none). Format of the release is. Cassette
Note: Although this album was recorded in 1974 and was The Residents' second full length recording, they decided to put it in storage and not release it until they forgot it existed in 1978. The third reich 'N' roll. Note: 300 copies of this 1 hour show were sent to radio stations. No artwork was included. Only printed sheets which contained track listings. In 1983 Ralph Record began to sell copies to the public. The first 100 copies came the same as the original. The album was given another limited release of 1003 hand-numbered copies under the title Eat Exuding Oinks - Ralph Records' 1977 Radio Special in 2002.
Rickey Thompson & Denzel Dion React To Viral Music Videos (Oliver Tree, Lil Dicky). A History Of ‘Jeopardy!’ & Hip-Hop. Anne-Marie Breaks Down "2002". Tessa Violet Breaks Down "Crush". Jeremy Zucker Breaks Down The Meaning Of "Comethru". About Commercial Album 1 contributor. This album was released with forty one-minute tracks which were.
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|A1d||Beyond The Valley Of A Day In The Life||4:00|
|A2e||Melon Collie Lassie||2:51|
|B1b||Santa Dog Medley||5:30|
|B2d||Credits With Tag||0:25|
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