Television - Double Exposure FLAC album
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Listen free to Television – Double Exposure (Prove It (demo: 1974-12-Xx: Good Vibrations Studios, New York City, NY, USA), Friction (demo: 1974-12-xx: Good Vibrations Studios, New York City, NY, USA) and more).
Features Song Lyrics for Television's Double Exposure album. Friction (studio: 1975-08-xx: New York City, NY, USA) Lyrics. Television 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.
Double Exposure (LP, Unofficial, W/Lbl). Not On Label (Television). My copy of this album is a CDr with the same cover and an additional track tacked on the end, a live version of "Breaking In My Heart. Reply Notify me Helpful.
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Fourplay (Double Exposure album). Fourplay is the second studio album recorded by American male vocal quartet Double Exposure, released in 1978 on the Salsoul label. The album features the song "Newsy Neighbors", which failed to chart. One other single, "Perfect Lover", was released. It also failed to chart. Leonard "Butch" Davis, Charles Whittington, Joseph Harris, James Williams – vocals. Keith Benson, Scotty Miller – drums.
Fairland Demo Tracklist. 6. Double Exposure Lyrics. About Fairland Demo. Fairland Demo Q&A.
Double Exposure (1974-75 Studio demos). Regarded as the Crown Jewels of Television bootlegs. This is one of the exceptions and gathers the late 1974 demos, recorded at Good Vibrations Studios in NYC. with Richard Hell on bass. see first five tracks) and the August 1975 demos (see tracks 6-11) recorded with Fred Smith on bass - part of the session for Terry Ork of Ork Records. Ork released Television's debut single Little Johnny Jewel in 1975
|A3||(The Arms Of) Venus De Milo|
|A4||(I Look At You And Get A) Double Exposure|
|B3||(I Belong To The) Blank Generation|
|B4||(I Look At You And Get A) Double Exposure|
- Recorded At – CBGB
- Performer – Billy Ficca, Richard Hell, Richard Lloyd, Tom Verlaine
NotesThis version in a white generic sleeve and white labels. Maybe a test-press for the boot?
"All tracks are studio demo's with Eno except last three tracks, live at CBGB's 1975."
Blank black labels, no song separation.
Richard Lloyd claimed in 2013: "This was NOT produced by Brian Eno...we...didn't use a single idea that Eno brought.”
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched): NEON-78-A 64 T1120 2-88 569-17
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched): NEON-78-B 64 T1120 2-88 569-17
|NEON-78||Television||Double Exposure (LP, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Television)||NEON-78||US||1988|
|OSA/TSP||Television||Double Exposure (CDr, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Television)||OSA/TSP||Unknown|
|NEON-78||Television||Double Exposure (LP, Unofficial, Red)||Not On Label (Television)||NEON-78||US||1988|
|none||Television||Double Exposure (CDr, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Television)||none||Japan||Unknown|
|DE-92-SC||Television||Double Exposure (CD, Comp, Unofficial)||Scorpio||DE-92-SC||Italy||1992|