Tommy Babin's Benzene - Your Body Is Your Prison album download
|1||Your Body Is Your Prison||6:27|
|3||The Thing And I||8:40|
|6||Les Trous Du Ciel||4:37|
|7||Pretty Boy Floyd||6:00|
|8||They Didn't Know They Were Robots||5:02|
|9||Sky Beneath My Feet||4:02|
- Baritone Saxophone – Chad Makela
- Bass – Tommy Babin
- Drums – Skye Brooks
- Guitar – Chad MacQuarrie
- Mixed By, Mastered By – Dave Sikula
- Recorded By – Jesse Gander
NotesRecorded at the Hive, Burnaby BC.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 875531005844
Damaged song from the album Your Body Is Your Prison is released on Apr 2010. The duration of song is 08:30. This song is sung by Tommy Babin's Benzene.
Tommy Babin's Benzene. Tommy Babin's Benzene - Your Body Is Your Prison. Your Body Is Your Prison. Tommy Babin's Benzene Your Body Is Your Prison 2010.
As if declaring Your Body Is Your Prison to be his date, Tommy Babin's acoustic bass is the first instrument one hears on the fifty-minute album. But baritone saxophonist Chad Makela, guitarist Chad MacQuarrie, and drummer Skye Brooks make their respective appearances soon after, indicating that the album is anything but a solo bass album by the Vancouver-based Babin (even if, as happens during Interlude and They Didn't Know They Were Robots, he does take an occasional solo spot, and even if all of the compositions are.
00:05:02) Tommy Babin's Benzene - They Didn't Know They Were Robots. 9. (00:04:02) Tommy Babin's Benzene - Sky Beneath My Feet. Your Body Is Your Prison '2010.
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At Folsom Prison is a live album by Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in May 1968. After his 1955 song "Folsom Prison Blues", Cash had been interested in recording a performance at a prison. His idea was put on hold until 1967, when personnel changes at Columbia Records put Bob Johnston in charge of producing Cash's material. Cash had recently controlled his drug abuse problems, and was looking to turn his career around after several years of limited commercial success.