May 1, 2013

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Elvis Costello And The Attractions - (I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea b/w You Belong To Me (1978) - single

Elvis Costello is an English singer-songwriter, who became associated with the first wave of the British new wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s.
 
"(I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea" is a brilliant ska-inflected and funkiest song with a sick beat and that fabulous guitar riff driving another song about sexual obsession, is by some about everything from plastic surgery to prostitution, Andy Warhol to insanity.
From Elvis Costello's debut with crack backing band the Attractions from the excellent "This Year's Model" album, produced by fellow rocker Nick Lowe.







A - (I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea (3:06)
Written-By: Elvis Costello / Produced-By: Nick Lowe
B - You Belong To Me (2:19)
Written-By: Elvis Costello / Produced-By: Nick Lowe
 

Label:  Warner Bros. Records
Genre:  Pop, New Wave, Ska
Catalog#  WB 17124
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Wings - Maybe I´m Amazed (Live) b/w Soiled (Live) (1976) - single

Wings were an English rock band formed in 1971 by Paul McCartney with his wife Linda McCartney, session drummer Denny Seiwell and former Moody Blues guitarist Denny Laine.

 
"Maybe I'm Amazed" is a song written by Paul McCartney that was first released on his McCartney album on 17 April 1970. The studio version from the album has never been released as a single. McCartney dedicated the song to his wife, Linda, who had helped him get through the break-up of The Beatles. Later, McCartney's band Wings released a single of a live performance of the song from the band's 1976 tour of America, which became a top-ten hit in the United States. McCartney wrote the song in 1969, just before The Beatles' break-up. He credited his wife Linda with helping him get through the difficult time.
Although most of his debut solo album was recorded at his farm in Scotland, McCartney recorded "Maybe I'm Amazed" entirely in EMI's Number Two studio in Abbey Road in London, where he was mixing "Every Night". He played all the instruments: guitars, bass, piano, organ and drums. Although McCartney declined to release the song as a single in 1970, it nonetheless received a great deal of radio airplay worldwide, making it one of his most recognisable solo successes.

A -  Maybe I´m Amazed (Live) (5:20)
Writer (s) Paul McCartney / Produced-By: Paul McCartney
B - Soily (Live) (5:30)
Writer (s) Paul McCartney / Produced-By: Paul McCartney

Label:  Parlophone Records
Genre:  Pop, Live
Catalog#  5C 006-98701

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