Graham Parker ‎– Imaginary Television

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Bloodshot Records ‎– BS 172
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1 Weather Report 3:28
2 Broken Skin 4:17
3 It's My Party (But I Won't Cry) 2:36
4 Bring Me A Heart Again 1:59
5 Snowgun 3:37
6 Always Greener 2:47
7 See Things My Way 2:31
8 You're Not Where You Think You Are 4:46
9 Head On Straight 3:00
10 More Questions Than Answers
Written-By – Johnny Nash
2:36
11 1st Responder 3:11

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Recorded at LRS, West Hurley, NY.
Mixed at Soundcheck Republic, Chatham, NY.
Mastered at Northeastern Digital, Southboro, MA.

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  • Barcode: 7 44302 01722 8
  • Matrix / Runout: FAMED120109A/B S1 C-120109A FAILSAFE
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LM07

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LeonardoA

LeonardoA

December 15, 2016
The British, but for years in America bivakkerende singer/songwriter Graham Parker was recently asked for the title to write music for a new u.s. sitcom. He went to work and was not dissatisfied with the result. However, it was rejected. Although Parker never known by connoisseurs, he is a proportionate with contemporaries as Elvis Costello and John Hiatt. Knowing what he's worth, he knows that rejection therefore mainly to the bad taste of the contemporary television makers. Thus was born Imaginary Television, a plate that provides the ideal title songs for an evening television according to Parker. The cd booklet he describes this evening. On the disc is the wrong of that television makers stresses because Parker is in good shape. Where the aforementioned contemporaries the inexorable time slow down are going to do the latter, Parker still in crisp songs in which soul and rock. His raw and caustic voice does the rest. Too much character, happy, innocent sitcom with it.