The Revillos - Jack The Ripper album
Title: Jack The Ripper
Date of release: 1996
Size MP3: 1897 mb
Size FLAC: 1650 mb
Format: MMF MIDI APE TTA WMA MP4 AUD
Jack the Ripper" is a song written by Clarence Stacy, his brother Charles Stacy, Walter Haggin and Joe Simmons, and first recorded by Clarence Stacy in 1961. His recording, arranged by Lor Crane, was issued that year as a single on the Carol record label in New York City. The most famous recording was by English musician Screaming Lord Sutch, released as a 7" single in the UK and Germany in 1963 on Decca
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The Revillos - Jack The Ripper (Single). 버전 판매. 2 versions The Vice Principals (LP, Album). Sympathy For The Record Industry.
Eugene Reynolds, Fay Fife, and Rocky Rhythm formed the core of the Revillos. The first incarnation of the band featured original Rezillo-member Hi Fi Harris on guitar, Felix on bass, and Babs and Cherie on backing vocals. This line-up recorded the early singles Where's The Boy For Me ?, Motorbike Beat, and Scuba Scuba.
Jack the Ripper" is two minutes and forty-eight seconds long, in the key of B-flat major, and 4/4 time. The song begins with the sound of footsteps and a woman screaming, followed by a rendition of the "Danger Ahead" motif by the guitar and drum kit, accompanied by a ghoulish moan from Screaming Lord Sutch. A rerecorded version was later included on their 2007 debut album, "Strange House". Others: The Fuzztones (1993), The Vice Principals (2000), Casey Jones and the Govenors, The Revillos, The Phantoms.
Indie Rock Jack The Ripper. Album Name Jack the Ripper. Data wpisu Październik 1997. Wydawcy Village Vert. Styl muzycznyIndie Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. Recorded live at La Flèche d'Or Café, Paris, France, Oct.
|A1||Jack The Ripper|
|B||Meet The Revillos|
- Distributed By – Shellshock
- Recorded At – Barclay Towers
- Backing Vocals – The Revettes
- Bass – Vincent Santini*
- Drums – Rocky Rhythm
- Guitar – 'Big' Kid Krupa*
- Liner Notes – Henry Krinkle
- Photography By [Pictures] – Chris Krage, Douglas Robertson, Rod Nash
- Recorded By – Tony Pilley
- Sleeve – Dave Yeates
- Vocals – Eugene Reynolds, Fay Fife
- Written-By – Stacey* (tracks: A1), Simmons* (tracks: A1), Revillos* (tracks: A2), Haggin* (tracks: A1)
NotesThe B-side is a series of 30 second local radio ads promoting Revillos recording signing PA tour.
Recorded at Barclay Towers in 1979/80
Made in England, 1996
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