John Cougar Mellencamp - Off The Record Special flac album
Title: Off The Record Special
Style: Classic Rock
MP3 album: 1181 mb
FLAC album: 1519 mb
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John Mellencamp is the 15th album by American singer-songwriter and musician John Mellencamp, released on October 6, 1998. It was the first of three albums Mellencamp would record for Columbia Records. On this record, we ended up quite a bit away from where we started," Mellencamp told Guitar World Acoustic in 1998.
Interview with John conducted by Mary Turner. All songs are strictly album cuts. Aired the week of February 24, 1986. Matrix, Runout: OTR 86-09.
That album was a complete flop partly due to the fact that the record label wanted to mold John into something he was not (a pretty boy ala James Dean) and the fact that the album mostly consisted of cover songs. It was also the label's idea to release the album under the name Johnny Cougar which Mellencamp did not approve of. It wasn't until the release of American Fool, released this time under the moniker John Cougar, which featured his most well-known hit to date, "Jack & Diane" that he really made it big; the album stayed at on the charts for nine weeks.
John Cougar Mellencamp - Scarecrow - 1985 Riva LP Album. Cover is clean, crisp and still in shrink. Includes original inner sleeve. John Cougar Mellencamp American Fool Lp Album Vinyl Record 33. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Media Mail.
Once "I Need a Lover" became an Australian hit, Riva in America decided to release John Cougar's eponymous fourth album, adding the song to the record as well. Essentially, John Cougar is sonically similar to A Biography, but apart from the tacked-on "I Need a Lover," none of the songs hit the mark.
Discover John Cougar Mellencamp on Radio King: get all artist informations, listen to his popular songs and more. The record wasn't released in the United States, but it yielded a No. 1 hit in Australia with "I Need a Lover. Riva Records added "I Need a Lover" to Mellencamp's next album released in the United States, 1979's John Cougar, where the song became a No. 28 single in late 1979. Pat Benatar recorded "I Need a Lover" on her debut album In the Heat of the Night. The first album recorded under his new name John Cougar Mellencamp was 1983's Uh-Huh, a Top-10 album that spawned the Top 10 singles "Pink Houses" and "Crumblin' Down" as well as the No. 14 hit "Authority Song," which he said is "our version of "I Fought the Law'.
So Scarecrow is the John Cougar Mellencamp who became truly successful: n. in US album charts with at least 5 singles released from it, 3 reaching the top 10. If you are interested in his career, this album is a Must. This is a guitar and drums album. Here, John Mellencamp doesn't come up with anything that hasn't been heard elsewhere, but it works so well, and because it has that direct, classic rock production, it hasn't aged as much as some other eighties productions that tried to be trendy at the time. For the record, I own all JM's albums. I give max. to tracks I love, to songs I feel are still worth listening to.
Johnny Cougar has a long history of music that defined a generation of Americana. Songs like "Hurts So Good" and "Jack and Diane" instantly bring to mind a vision of the cool every guy that is John Mellencamp. The infamous musician is kicking off his 80-show Plain Spoken Tour on Jan. 21 in South Bend, Indiana and will be touring the country until August 2015. A ticket to the show also gets you a free download of his new album, Plain Spoken. You're bound to hear most, if not all of these classic tracks if you're lucky enough to catch a John Mellencamp concert this.
Album Name John Cougar. Erscheinungsdatum 1979. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen6. 1. A Little Night Dancin'. 4. The Great Midwest. 5. Do You Think That's Fair.
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
|Side One||Segment One - Hot Night In A Cold Town, Jack & Diane & Play Guitar||12:00|
|Side Two||Segment Two - I Need A Lover, Ani't Even Done With The Night, Great Midwest & Crumblin' Down||19:05|
|Side Three||Segment 3 - Miami, Little Night Dancin, Pink Houses & Authority Song||15:08|
|Side Four||Segment 4 - Weakest Moments, Hurts So Good & Hand To Hold Onto||8:50|
NotesInterview with John conducted by Mary Turner. All songs are strictly album cuts. Segment times include national commercials. Aired the week of May 28, 1984.
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- Matrix / Runout: OTR SP 84-23