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Discovering Japan - Graham Parker And The Rumour - Squeezing Out Sparks (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Discovering Japan - Graham Parker And The Rumour - Squeezing Out Sparks (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Takora says:
    Sep 04,  · Same for the fantastic "Live Alone - Discovering Japan" which was a similar solo acoustic recording issued a couple of years later. - Graham Parker (& The Rumour, et al.). dance_hall_keeper, Apr From the album Squeezing Out Sparks: "You Can't Be Too Strong" - Graham Parker & The Rumour. dance_hall.
  2. Zugis says:
    Dec 11,  · “Discovering Japan,” the first cut on Squeezing Out Sparks and the number that best speaks for the album, rams home Parker’s music-as-way-of-life by reducing it to a demand for meaning, for the fleeting revelations through which one makes sense of the world. This is a lyrically confusing and musically undeniable account of flight, of an.
  3. Daijora says:
    "Squeezing Out Sparks" is a album by Graham Parker and the Rumour, their 4th official record. It was voted album of the year in the Village Voice Pazz & Jop Critics Poll and later ranked # on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the greatest albums of all time.
  4. Kesho says:
    But as it pointed out in the film - Graham Parker and The Rumour were in the wrong place at the wrong time and "Squeezing Out Sparks"while selling very well, did not launch them into the big league and they made one more album together (sort of - The Rumour do .
  5. Tezilkree says:
    Graham Parker & The Rumour - Discovering Japan Lyrics. Her heart is nearly breaking, the earth is nearly quaking The Tokyo's taxi's braking, it's screaming to a halt And there's nothing to hold o.
  6. Arashit says:
    Graham Parker's heat and fury turn past the boiling part on SQUEEZING OUT SPARKS. At this point, Parker had transformed his traditional roots into a sound of his own, equal parts pub band and bone-deep desperation. The results help make this the definitive Graham Parker document. It's also an unsettling album, at times scary/5(50).
  7. Maugrel says:
    In , after releasing three albums in the United States through Mercury Records that earned rave reviews but minimal sales, Graham Parker signed with Arista Records for the American market, and the label was determined to break Parker in the U.S. Parker's first album for Arista, Squeezing out Sparks, was immediately hailed as a masterpiece and his supporting concert tour with his band the.
  8. Volmaran says:
    Mar 10,  · Details: I recently bought a second-hand copy of Squeezing Out Sparks by Graham Parker And The Rumour. While the actual cover, labels, and matrix (AB SA/AB SB) seem identical to the record listed under Arista – AB , there is a small, white, wrap-around white sticker applied to the top left of the front cover (continuing around /5().

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