Mp3 Dave Edmunds And Rockpile - College Radio Network Presents Dave Edmunds And Rockpile
|3||Never Been In Love|
Written-By – N. Lowe, Rockpile
|6||A. 1. On The Jukebox|
Written-By – D. Edmunds, W. Birch
|7||It's My Own Business|
Written-By – C. Berry
Written-By – D. Edmunds, N. Lowe
|9||I Hear You Knocking|
Written-By – Dave Bartholomew / Pearl King
- Bass – Nick Lowe
- Coordinator [Album] – Bruce Tenenbaum
- Drums – Terry Williams
- Engineer – Bobby Warner, Roger Bechirian
- Guitar – Billy Bremner
- Guitar, Piano, Vocals – Dave Edmunds
- Interviewer – Steve Stockman
- Photography By [Cover] – Hans De Vente
- Piano – Pete Kelly
- Producer – Dave Edmunds
- Steel Guitar [Pedal] – Gerry Hogan
Contains Live Version Of "I Hear You Knocking" Not Available On Any Album
Banded For Programming Convenience
A 30 Minute Radio Program Featuring A Conversation With Dave Edmunds And Music From His Latest Album "Tracks On Wax 4”
Promotional Use Only
Not For Sale
A.d: Isalee Music Inc.
A.f: Anglo Rock Inc./Plangent Visions Music Inc.
A.h: Geoff & Eddie Music Co. Inc./Anglo Rock Inc. - Plangent Visions Music Inc.
B.b: Plangent Visions Music Inc.
B.d: Unart Music Corp.
Produced for Rockpile Productions
Recorded in March 1978.
(Nick Lowe appears courtesy of Columbia Records / Billy Bremner appears courtesy of State Records)
"It's My Own Business", "Deborah", "Never Been In Love" and "A. 1. On The Jukebox" are from Tracks On Wax 4(SS 8505) Dave Edmunds' second album on Swan Song Records.
"I Hear You Knocking" recorded live October 24, 1978 by WNEW-FM at the Bottom Line, NYC. Specials thanks to Scott Muni, Tom Morrera and the staff of WNEW-FM, Allan Pepper, Stanley Snadowsky and the staff of the Bottom Line.
Interview by Steve Stockman of WBRU-FM, Providence, Rhode Island.
Additional interview material provided by Bob Shepherdson and WAER-FM, Syracuse, N.Y.
Special thanks to Led Zeppelin, Peter Grant, Steve Weiss, Sam Aizer, Mitch Fox, Glenn Stewart, Roy Rosenberg, Bruce Soloman, Jake Riviera, Allen Frey, everybody involved with college radio, Atlantic Records, Swan Song Records, Dave, Frank, Bobby and everybody at the Atlantic Studios and, of course, Dave and the boys.
Concert Booking: ICM
PLEASE NOTE: the official promo release has the regular coloured labels. Copies with b&w labels are proof of the much more common bootleg version (which displays a slightly worse sound quality, too).
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): ST-PR-320-A-PR
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): ST-PR-320-8-PR
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout): ST-PR-3220A-3
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout): ST-PR-320B3
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Rights Society: BMI
- Distributed By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Pressed By – Presswell
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Swan Song Inc.
- Published By – Isalee Music Inc.
- Published By – Anglo-Rock Inc.
- Published By – Plangent Visions Music Inc.
- Published By – Geoff & Eddie Music Co., Inc.
- Published By – Unart Music Corp.
- Copyright (c) – Swan Song Inc.
- Recorded At – Eden Studios
- Engineered At – Atlantic Studios
A 30 Minute Radio Program Featuring A Conversation With Dave Edmunds And Music From His Latest Album Tracks On Wax 4. Promotional Use Only Not For Sale. Produced for Rockpile Productions Recorded in March 1978. Nick Lowe appears courtesy of Columbia Records, Billy Bremner appears courtesy of State Records. It's My Own Business, Deborah, Never Been In Love and A. On The Jukebox are from a href Tracks On Wax 4a SS 8505 Dave Edmunds' second album on Swan Song Records. Other productions from Dave Edmunds. Here Comes The Weekend. Plugged in. Released in 1978 to promote Dave Edmunds' Tracks on Wax album. Contains interview with Edmunds and song was the first solo album by Dave Edmunds, released in 1972. It is principally focused on remakes of late 1950s and early 1960s hits, with a few new songs included. Edmunds plays almost all the instruments except for bass and backing vocals, which are contributed by John Williams, Edmunds' former bandmate in Love Sculpture. The album included a 1970 British 1 and worldwide Top 10 single, I Hear You Knocking. A 2001 reissue of the album includes both sides of Edmunds' three pre-album singles. Dave Edmunds. Rockpile, 2016. Now playing . Dave Edmunds' debut album Rockpile established his sound - not only his revivalist tendencies, but also his method of meticulously recreating the sound and style of classic early rock & roll, R&B, and country records. Edmunds plays nearly every instrument on the album, with bassist John Williams being the only full-time collaborator. As a result, the record doesn't sound live, it has a pinched, precise quality that may contradict the spontaneity that was at the core of the original singles, but it does offer an otherworldly quality that makes the record distincti. Rock & roll, Pub rock, Roots rock Track List: 01. Introduction 02. quotes 03. It's my own businessinterview 04. Deborah interview 05. Never been in Biscuit Flower Hour. 2016 Live. Chronicles 1968-1984. On Edmunds: Rags & Classics. Live at Rockpalast - Loreley 1983. 2014 Remastered. Riff Raff. Here Comes the Weekend. D E 7th. C'mon Everybody. Original Album Classics. Subtle As A Flying Mallet. Artist: Edmunds, Dave Title: College Radio Network Presents Dave Edmunds And Rockpile Genre: Pop Type: Used - LP Label: Swan Song Catalog ID: PR 320 Country: USA Our ID: 66094. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label