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The Jim Carroll Band - (No More) Luxuries / Voices album download

Performer:

The Jim Carroll Band

Title:

(No More) Luxuries / Voices

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

1431 mb

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Rating:

4.6 ✱

Style:

New Wave, Art Rock

Date of release:

1983

The Jim Carroll Band - (No More) Luxuries / Voices album download

Tracklist

A (No More) Luxuries 3:38
B Voices 2:57

Credits

  • Producer – Earl McGrath

Notes

From the Atlantic LP 80123 "I Write Your Name"
(p) 1983 Atlantic Recording Corp.
Promotional Copy - Not For Sale

No More) Luxuries is found on the album World Without Gravity: The Best of the Jim Carroll Band. Found on more albums: I Write Your Name. Jim Carroll – (No More) Luxuries. Your uncle's scandals shook the house of lords Your daddy's squeezed out as Chairman of the Board No more doctors write you no more 'scripts No more intercontinental trips. No more luxuries No more luxuries. (No More) Luxuries" as written by English Lyrics By Jon Hendricks Antonio Carlos Jobim. No More) Luxuries song meanings.

All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs (SP) 7 inchs (EP) 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. jim carroll band (no more) luxuries, voices - promo.

Lyrics for (No More) Luxuries by The Jim Carroll Band. he wants his hand-made vest And it's snip snip to your American Express No more luxuries No more luxuries And all you are left with is me Just me, mon cheri No more lunching out at "21" What you get now comes inside a bun "C'est la vie," the color TV That's gone too, but I'll stay with.

The Jim Carroll Band - People Who Died. The Jim Carroll Band - Voices. The Jim Carroll Band - I Want the Angel. 1982: ''Dry Dreams''. 1980: ''Catholic Boy'' listen full album.

Voices official lyrics by The Jim Carroll Band : Bob drives taxis when the meter runs Bobby hears the music when it's done H. Jill breathes carbon trailing from the bus, it's like Staring in the eyes of Lazarus The voices She hears the voices. Like a starving whisper no one ever heard Like an epileptic hummingbird The voices She hears the voices. Sal and Liz sitting at the Zoo Sal says "I d. .but Liz do you Hear the voices Do you hear the voices?"

Your uncle's scandals shook the house of lords Your daddy's squeezed out as Chairman of the Board No more doctors write you no more 'scripts No more intercontinental trips. No more crystal pistols up your nose The dry cleaner wants money on the clothes The Rolls Royce, my dear. need it be said? If I were you I would think "Mo-Ped". There's no more luxuries You're left with me No more, no more There's no more luxuries. That article on you in Interview It was dropped for a feature on Monaco's Zoo Calvin called, he wants his hand-made vest And it's snip snip to your American Express. No more luxuries No more luxuries And all you are left with is me Just me, mon cheri. No more lunching out at "21" What you get now comes inside a bun "C'est la vie," the color TV That's gone too, but I'll stay with you. Repeat Refrain.

James Dennis Carroll (August 1, 1949 – September 11, 2009) was an American author, poet, autobiographer, and punk musician. Carroll was best known for his 1978 autobiographical work The Basketball Diaries; the book inspired a 1995 film of the same title that starred Leonardo DiCaprio as Carroll. Carroll was born to a working-class family of Irish descent, and grew up in New York City's Lower East Side. When he was about 11 (in the sixth grade) his family moved north to Inwood in Upper Manhattan

In 1979, Carroll forms The Jim Carroll Band with band members Steve Linsley (bass), Wayne Woods (drums), Brian Linsley and Terrell Winn (guitars). After playing together for a short time, the band are signed to Atlantic subsidiary Atco Records. The raw, rudimentary instrumentation featuring Carroll’s dark and powerful lyrics make for a compelling combination. The band are also supported in studio by Rolling Stones side man Bobby Keys (saxophone) and Blue Öyster Cult keyboardist Allen Lanier. The album’s cover photo is taken by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz (Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair)

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