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August Moon

by Blow-Up

Critically acclaimed Hollywood-based band with New York influences best known for Easy Knowledge LP and Up the Academy soundtrack.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tell It to the Judge
4:43 FREE
2. You're so Dangerous
4:33 FREE
3. Reckless Hearts
4:30 FREE
4. There's a War Going On
4:10 FREE
5. Easy Knowledge
3:34 FREE
6. We're so Cool
7:03 FREE
7. Central Park 'n West
5:25 FREE
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Recorded August 7, 1986 at the Roxy Theatre. With Screaming Blue Messiahs. Jody Worth: Vocals; Pat DiPuccio: Guitar; Christian Super: Keyboards; Spyder Mittleman: Saxophone, Greg Oakland: Bass; Robert Williams: Drums.
Opening for the Clash-influenced (natch) West London trio Screaming Blue Messiahs, featuring the fiery Ed Carter. Our own Ed Cirino did his shoulder in humping equipment at his Al's Bar sound gig and had to relinquish his post. In his stead came Florida's protean Bob Billy, ex-Tremblers (with Peter Noone) and ex-Pop, who fit like a glove (unless Mark Fuhrman is involved). This one was filmed by "Video Bob." Check out YouTube and dig my elegant pas de deux with Spyder during the denouement of "We're So Cool." - Jody Worth



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