The Long Ryders - Native Sons / 10-5-60 album download
|Native Sons Album|
|1||Final Wild Son|
|2||Still Get By|
|4||Run Dusty Run|
|5||(Sweet) Mental Revenge|
|7||Tell It To The Judge On Sunday|
|8||Wreck Of The 809|
|9||Too Close To The Light|
|10||Never Got To Meet The Mom|
|11||I Had A Dream|
|12||Join My Gang|
|13||I Don't Know What's Right, I Don't Know What's Wrong|
|16||And She Rides|
|17||Born To Believe In You|
Native Sons / 10-5-60 (spines)
10-5-60 & Native Sons (disc)
10-5-60 Native Sons (booklet)
Disc: Manufactured in EEC
Rear inlay: Manufactured in England
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 014757 470035
|4606-2-L||The Long Ryders||Native Sons / 10-5-60 (CD, Comp)||Frontier Records||4606-2-L||US||1992|
Native Sons was the first full-length album by the Long Ryders and the one that established their eclectic mixture of Byrds/Clash/Flying Burrito Brothers' influences. The band wore those influences on their sleeve, literally, going so far as to recreate the cover of an unreleased Buffalo Springfield album, Stampede, for Native Sons and using the producer of the first two Flying Burrito Brothers albums, Henry Lewy. But the group's first two releases-an EP called 10-5-60 and their debut long-player, Native Sons-show that this was a band that could often take borrowed influences to new and exciting places, fusing punk energy and southern-rock populism with the secondhand West Coast milieu. Tell It to the Judge on Sunday" and "Never Got to Meet the Mom," in particular, were songs strong and vibrant enough to brighten up any Springfield album.
Complete your The Long Ryders collection. Final Wild Son. 2:35.
Features Song Lyrics for The Long Ryders's 10-5-60, Native Sons album. Final Wild Son Lyrics. 2. (Sweet) Mental Revenge Lyrics. The Long Ryders Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Native Sons is the debut album by American band The Long Ryders, released in 1984 by record label Frontier. Final Wild Son" (Sid Griffin, Stephen McCarthy). Still Get By" (Stephen McCarthy). Ivory Tower" (Barry Shank). Run Dusty Run" (Greg Sowders, Sid Griffin). (Sweet) Mental Revenge" (Mel Tillis). Fair Game" (Sid Griffin, Stephen McCarthy). Tell It to the Judge on Sunday" (Sid Griffin). Wreck of the 809" (Stephen McCarthy, Tom Stevens).
Artist: The Long Ryders Genre: Rock Release Date: 09/06/1993 Label: Frontier Catalog Number: 31013 Recording: Studio Length: 54:12 Format: C. The Long Ryders: Producer Sid Griffin: Guitar, Bugle, Harmonica, Autoharp, Vocals Gene Clark: Vocals Paul McKenna: Producer, Engineer Tom Stevens: Electric Bass, Steel Guitar, Vocals Dave Pearlman: Steel Guitar Henry Lewy: Producer, Engineer Earle Mankey: Producer. View All . Dig-Deeper. Psychedelic Country Soul (CD) The Long Ryders. State Of Our Union (CD) The Long Ryders. Two Fisted Tales (CD) The Long Ryders. Final Wild Songs (CD) The Long Ryders. Native Sons (CD) The Long Ryders
assuming that the masses ever heard them.
In 1987, the Long Ryders dropped their third album, Two-Fisted Tales, produced by Ed Stasium. The LP's first single, a cover of NRBQ's "I Want You Bad," earned plenty of radio play, and U2 invited the band to open a string of American dates on their tour in support of The Joshua Tree. However, the Long Ryders' relentless touring schedule was wearing away at the group, and by the end of 1987, both Tom Stevens and Stephen McCarthy had left the band to pursue other interests. In late 2015, Cherry Red Records released a Long Ryders box set, Final Wild Songs, which included 10-5-60, Native Sons, State of Our Reunion, and Two-Fisted Tales in full, along with rare and unreleased tracks and a 1985 concert recorded in the Netherlands. To celebrate the box set's release, the Long Ryders announced they would be playing concert dates in the .