Graham Parker And The Rumour - The New York Shuffle FLAC album
Graham Parker & The Rumour.
Graham Parker & The Rumour.
Graham Parker (born 18 November 1950, Hackney, East London) is an English singer-songwriter, who is best known as the lead singer of the British band Graham Parker & the Rumour. Parker was born in Hackney, East London in 1950. He was a pupil at Chobham Secondary Modern School in Surrey. After the arrival of the Beatles, Parker and some other 12/13 year olds formed the Deepcut Three, soon renamed the Black Rockers.
Send "Graham Parker & The Rumour" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: The New York Shuffle. 0. 1. The New York Shuffle. All Music News . Popular Graham Parker & The Rumour Lyrics.
The New York Shuffle. This song is by Graham Parker & The Rumour and appears on the album Stick to Me (1977) and on the live album The Parkerilla (1978). Spoken) all right, let's do the new york shuffle. Manhattan baby with a sing song voiceShe got her place in the human zooI went to living on the boulevardNow that the revolution's dueShe said I've been around from town to townAnd I learned to love and hateBut time don't change not a unique game,They just keep herding through that gate.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for Graham Parker & The Rumour - New York Shuffle (1978 clip). Graham Parker & The Rumour - The New York Shuffle. Graham Parker & The Rumour-I'm Gonna Tear Your Play House Down, Live 1978.
1977 Phonogram Ltd. Intersong Music Ltd. Made in England Side A: From the album "Stick To Me" (9102 017). The track on side B is actually a "bleeped" version of "The Raid" from the "Stick To Me" album. Red injection labels pressing - Also pressed with Silver injection labels. Matrix, Runout (Stamped runout, side A. Variant 1): 6059185 //1∇420 03 B 1 5. Matrix, Runout (Stamped runout, side B. Variant 1): 6059185 //1∇420 03 A 1 4.
Graham Parker and The Rumour June 6, 1979 Calderone Concert Hall Hempstead, NY FM Broadcast (WLIR) recording, good quality mp3 @ 320 kbps. But The Rumour split-up, with both Graham and each other in 1981, to go their separate ways. Most of the guys continued on as session musicians playing with various other acts, with Schwarz, Bodnar, and Goulding continuing to work quite a bit with Graham Parker on his solo albums and tours, as well as with Elvis Costello and others. Of course, in recent years The Rumour reunited and re-joined with Parker, even recording an entirely new album (Three Chords Good, 2012) and appearing in the Judd Apatow film This is 40 (2012). 15 Saturday Nite Is Dead 16 Nobody Hurts You 17 Soul Shoes 18 encore applause 19 I Want You Back (Alive) 20 New York Shuffle.
Graham Parker and his band rehearsing last month. In 1976 the band released its influential first album, Howlin’ Wind, produced by Mr. Lowe. Looking back now through the prism of punk and new wave, it’s difficult to see how radical their sound seemed. People were still discovering Uriah Heep and Pink Floyd, Mr. Parker said. An article last Sunday about the British rockers Graham Parker and the Rumour, who have reunited, quoted incorrectly from Mr. Parker’s 2005 Christmas single 2000 Funerals, about the deaths of soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. The lyrics are Back on the old corral, back in the land of the free/Just in time to push up the Christmas tree - not They’re back on their home turf now, back in the land of the free.
This show was Graham Parker's big American roll out. Although it was not his first show on American soil, it was his first appearance on the King Biscuit Flower Hour, and his first widespread exposure in the . as it was aired on over 500 FM radio stations. Parker had emerged from the thriving London pub scene with his 1976 Howlin' Wind album. The record was critically acclaimed globally, especially by the same American critics who had just recently been saying that Bruce Springsteen was the future of rock 'n' roll. Having secured the Rumour, a hot R&B flavored club.
|A||The New York Shuffle|
- Published By – Intersong Ltd.
- Producer – Nick Lowe
- Written-By – G. Parker*
NotesMade in Holland
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: STEMRA
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Grooves Side A): AA 6059 182 1W 1 P1977 670 06 I
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Grooves Side B): AA 6059 182 2w 1 P1977 670 06 T
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|6059 182||Graham Parker And The Rumour||The New York Shuffle (7", Single)||Vertigo||6059 182||Netherlands||1977|
|6059 185||Graham Parker And The Rumour||New York Shuffle (7", Single, Sil)||Vertigo||6059 185||UK||1977|
|6059 185||Graham Parker And The Rumour||New York Shuffle (7", Single)||Vertigo||6059 185||Australia||1977|
|6059 185||Graham Parker And The Rumour||New York Shuffle (7", Single)||Vertigo||6059 185||Ireland||1977|