Wild Man Fischer ‎– An Evening With Wild Man Fischer

Label:
Bizarre Records ‎– 6332, Reprise Records ‎– 6332, Bizarre Records ‎– 2XS 6332, Reprise Records ‎– 2XS 6332, Bizarre Records ‎– 2RS6332, Reprise Records ‎– 2RS6332
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Auto-coupled
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The Basic Fischer
A1 Merry-Go-Round (This Is Wild Man's Theme Song, Sort Of)
Accompanied By – The Bizarre Percussion Ensemble
A2 New Kind Of Songs For Sale (Live On The Strip)
A3 "I'm Not Shy Anymore!" (Larry Relives The Past In The Studio)
A4 "Are You From Clovis?"
A5 The Madness And Ecstacy (Kim Fowley & Rodney Bingenheimer Provide An Introduction To, And Make Prophesies About The Future Of Wild Man Fischer)
Vocals – GTO's (Girls Together Outrageously)*, Mr. Kim Fowley*, Mr. Rodney Bingenheimer*Voice – Miss Johna
Larry's Songs, Unaccompanied
B1 Which Way Did The Freaks Go?
B2 I'm Working For The Federal Bureau Of Narcotics
B3 The Leaves Are Falling
B4 85 Times
B5 Cops & Robbers
B6 Monkeys Versus Donkeys
B7 Start Life Over Again
B8 The Mope
B9 Life Brand New
B10 Who Did It Johnny?
B11 Think Of Me When Your Clothes Are Off
B12 Taggy Lee
B13 Rhonda
B14 I Looked Around You
B15 Jennifer Jones
Some Historical Notes
C1 The Taster (Fancy Version)
C2 The Story Of The Taster
C3 The Rocket Rock
C4 The Rocket Rock Explanation & Dialog
C5 Dream Girl
C6 Dream Girl Explanation
C7 Serrano (Sorrento?) Beach
Accompanied By – The Bizarre Percussion Ensemble
C8 Success Will Not Make Me Happy
C9 Wild Man On The Strip Again
In Conclusion
D1 Why I Am Normal
D2 The Wild Man Fischer Story
D3 Balling Isn't Everything
D4 Ugly Beautiful Girl
D5 Larry & His Guitar
D6 Circle
D7 Larry Under Pressure

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Notes

Made in U.S.A.

Released on a blue Bizarre label with dark blue lettering and a green drawing in a fold-out cover.
The sides are auto-coupled: side 1 and side 4 are on disc 1 and side 2 and 3 on disc 2.
First cat.nr. on the cover, second on the discs, third on the spine.
"Reprise Records, A Division of Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records, Inc., 4000 Warner Boulevard, Burbank, California, 321 W. 44th Street, New York, New York".

On labels Words and music by W.M. Fischer

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): 30,851
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): 30,852
  • Matrix / Runout (C-Side Label): 30,853
  • Matrix / Runout (D-Side Label): 30,854
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): | S RXS-6332 30851 -/C SX 2 B
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): \ S 2XS - 6332 30852 - /C A
  • Matrix / Runout (C-Side Runout Etching): 30853 2XS 6332 - C 1-E
  • Matrix / Runout (D-Side Runout Etching): 30854 2XS 6332 D -/C

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MISTERROGERS

MISTERROGERS

September 29, 2014
I find it interesting that if the original is claimed to have sold so few, why did they issue it again on reprise? Makes me not believe that it (or TMR for that matter) sold as poorly as they did.
jpmcruiser

jpmcruiser

July 26, 2014
Which is the best pressing of this album to get, the original US or the US repress?
Or even the UK pressing? I usually stick with American pressings of LPs/CDs since I am American but is there anything better about the UK pressing over the two US ones?
mondavino

mondavino

January 23, 2014
The ones I have for this LP are standard Bizarre Inserts advertising for the Zapped lp sampler on one side for 1$ each. There is an order form that makes up that side of the insert. On the flip side is two paragraphs "Congress shall make no law....".Both sides are very blackish and show the image of Frank and someone else. I will just add that this was one of the few bizarre issue if any others to not have Canadian distribution. Only US copies available in Canada.
sabbra

sabbra

December 13, 2013

I have a question about the innersleeves.
Is there any body out who can send me pictures?
because i´m wonder if mine are original.
shoestringrecords

shoestringrecords

December 19, 2012
The review written previously is excellent, so I won't add anything unnecessary, although I would recommend Fisher's Rhino-era LP's to those seeking an introduction to Fisher, as they are more straightforward musically (the second two were produced by Barnes & Barnes), and easily accessible on CD.

Speaking of this, it's a shame that this double-album set is not available on CD (largely due to the incident with Zappa mentioned below), as I'm sure FZ kept the masters, and there may be even more unreleased material.