The Human Beinz - In Japan FLAC album
The Human Beinz Lyrics Hold On BabyLyrics Foxy LadyLyrics This Lonely TownLyrics My AnimalLyrics Turn On Your Love LightLyrics Two Of A KindLyrics Mr. SoulLyrics BoogieLyrics I've Got To Keep On Pushin'Lyrics Dance On ThroughLyrics I'm All RightLyrics Nobody But MeLyrics.
Features Song Lyrics for The Human Beinz's In Japan album.
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The Human Beinz (/ˈbiːɪnz/ BEE-inz) is an American rock band from Youngstown, Ohio. Originally known as The Human Beingz, the band initially featured John "Dick" Belley (vocals, guitar), Joe "Ting" Markulin (vocals, guitar), Mel Pachuta (vocals, bass) and Gary Coates drums, later replaced by Mike Tatman. Their only hit record, "Nobody but Me", peaked in 1968 at number 8 on the pop charts.
Human Beinz – In Japan. Label: Sunbeam Records – SBRCD5076. Unbeknownst to their fans, they had already agreed to split following the visit – and unbeknownst to the band, an album of live performances taped on the tour was issued in Japan shortly after their return to America
Human Beinz In Japan 1969. The following year, the group issued Evolutions, which showcased a more original side to the Human Beinz' music, but the album did little and the band ultimately broke up. ~ Heather Phares.
Human Beinz In Japan. Your browser does not support the audio element. Turn On Your Love Light.
Artist: Human Beinz Title: In Japan Genre: Psych Type: Used - LP Label: Sunbeam Catalog ID: SBRLP 5076 Country: UK Our ID: 124040. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.
|A1||Hold On Baby|
|A3||This Lonely Town|
|A5||Turn On Your Love Light|
|A6||Two Of A Kind|
|B3||I've Got To Keep On Pushin'|
|B4||Dance On Through|
|B5||I'm All Right|
|B6||Nobody But Me|
Notes• Legendary live album
• First ever vinyl reissue
• Gatefold sleeve
• Insert with liners and rare photos
• Interview with guitarist Ting Markulin
Though their fortunes waned in America following their January 1968 top ten hit Nobody But Me, The Human Beinz remained big stars in Japan, where they flew for a promo visit in March 1969. Unbeknownst to their fans, they had already agreed to split following the visit – and unbeknownst to the band, an album of live performances taped on the tour was issued in Japan shortly after their return to America. Long established as one of the rarest records in the world, it makes its CD debut here, complete with detailed liner notes and a new interview with guitarist Ting Markulin, and shows them to have been as fine a psychedelic garage band onstage as they were in the studio.
|CP-8737||The Human Beinz||Live in Japan (LP, Red)||Capitol Records||CP-8737||Japan||1969|
|SBRCD5076||Human Beinz*||In Japan (CD, Album, RE)||Sunbeam Records||SBRCD5076||UK||2010|
|HB 001 CD||The Human Beinz||Live In Japan 1968 (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Cosmic Mind Records||HB 001 CD||Italy||Unknown|
|HB001||Human Beinz*||Live In Japan 1968 (LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Hold On Baby||HB001||Unknown|