Junk Band - That's Why The Cows Went album download
|4||I Missed You||3:53|
|5||By The Way||3:12|
|6||Come Meet Me Tomorrow||3:10|
|8||Steady Workin' Man||4:20|
|9||Feelin' Bad Again||4:12|
- Backing Vocals – Michael Scholz (tracks: 1, 6, 11)
- Bass – Bernd Mietzke
- Blues Harp – Michael Scholz (tracks: 1, 11)
- Castanets – Michael Scholz (tracks: 2), Walter Vagts (tracks: 2)
- Drums, Keyboards – Michael Scholz (tracks: 9)
- Engineer – Gert Sanner (tracks: 3, 5, 8, 9), Michael Scholz (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 11)
- Guitar, Backing Vocals, Harmonica – Walter Vagts (tracks: 1, 9)
- Keyboards – Birger Corleis (tracks: 10)
- Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals, Harmonica, Wind [Storms] – Birger Corleis (tracks: 2)
- Lead Vocals – Birger Corleis (tracks: 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9), Walter Vagts (tracks: 1, 4, 7, 11)
- Lead Vocals, Drums – Alfred Schüch (tracks: 10)
- Mastered By – Detlef Wiedeke
- Mixed By – Bernd Mietzke, Birger Corleis (tracks: 10), Michael Scholz
- Performer – Birger Corleis (tracks: 10)
- Recorded By – Birger Corleis (tracks: 10)
- Saxophone – Frank (Neumann) von der Elbe* (tracks: 1, 7, 11)
- Shaker – Michael Scholz (tracks: 4)
- Steel Guitar – Knut Bewersdorff (tracks: 4)
- Trombone – Alexandru Christea (tracks: 9)
NotesRecorded at Panta Rhei
Mastered by Detlef Wiedeke at Heavensgate
Musikverlag: Postfach 1323
Best.-Nr. MSE 2612-02
Contact: Alfred Schüch, Tel. 04164-3497
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: MSE 2612-02
- Matrix / Runout: P+O-14086-B1 09-92
- Other: LC 8069
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Produced by Brian Wilson, the album was recorded to coincide with the band's 50th anniversary. It is their first album to feature original material since Summer in Paradise in 1992, their first album to feature guitarist and backing vocalist David Marks since Little Deuce Coupe in 1963, and their first album since the 1998 death of co-founder Carl Wilson.
Cows were a post-hardcore/noise rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The band formed in 1987 and disbanded in 1998. They were known for a unique mixture of punk rock played with large amounts of noise and surreal humour; their music is often considered noise rock. Their CD releases are often difficult to find, as most of them are out of print, with the exception of Whorn and Orphan's Tragedy. What I don't understand is why they refuse to tune them.
We went to look for them, and while I was rooting around I noticed that one of the cows had something white in it's rear end. I walked over and lifted up the tail, and sure enough, there was a golf ball with my wife's monogram on it stuck right in the middle of the cow's butt. Thats when I made my mistake. Q: Why don't cows have any money? A: Because farmers milk them dry. Q: What did mama cow say to baby cow? A: It's pasture bedtime. Q: What do you get if you cross an angry sheep and an upset cow? A: An animal that's in a baaaaaaaad moooooood. Q: Do you know why the cow jumped over the moon? A: The farmer had cold hands. Q: What do you call a herd of cows masturbating?
Mine is Letter Kills and the album was titled The Bridge. great alternative band with a very good album that I can listen all the way through. Rediscovered it recently and was sad to see they never released anything more.
Why 182 you ask? That’s how many times Pacino says, fuck in Scarface. Fun fact: Travis didn’t join the band until midway through their Sno-Core tour in 1998. Previous: The Blue Flames Before he was Hendrix, he went by Jimmy James and his band was named as a nod to blues singer Junior Parker’s backup band. Jimmy’s name slowly morphed into Jimi James, and eventually, his business manager, Michael Jeffery, named the group The Jimi Hendrix Experience in 1966.
That's pretty much the extent of why you should remember Allister. 29. American Hi-Fi, The Art of Losing. And obviously, "What's My Age Again," "Adam's Song," and "All The Small Things" are still some of their most well-known songs.
That's not all. The BJP-ruled state of Rajasthan has a cow minister. There are campaigns going on demanding that the cow should replace the tiger as the national animal - a minister in Haryana, also ruled by the BJP, promptly began an online poll. And American academic Wendy Doniger correctly argues that Hindus "do not always treat cows with respect or kindness; cows are sometimes beaten and frequently half starved". India's most revered leader Mahatma Gandhi may also have been responsible for the Hindu veneration of the cow. He once said that the "central fact of Hinduism is cow protection", and spoke about the "idea of penance and self-sacrifice for the martyred innocence" it embodied.