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Tear Your Playhouse Down - Graham Parker And The Rumour - The Parkerilla (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. Nov 18,  · Graham Parker & the Rumour headed into the studio to cut their debut album with producer Nick Lowe, who gave the resulting record, Howlin' Wind, an appealingly ragged edge. Howlin' Wind was greeted with enthusiastic reviews upon its summer release, as was the similar Heat Treatment, which followed in the fall.
  2. All selections published by Intersong USA, Inc. (ASCAP) except "Tear Your Playhouse Down" published by J.E.C. Publishing (BMI) ℗ Phonogram, Ltd. © Phonogram, Inc., a Polygram Company One IBM Plaza, Chicago, IL Printed in U.S.A. Distributed by Polygram Distribution, Inc/5(47).
  3. Graham Parker And The Rumours The Parkerilla Vinyl LP 1Y//1 2Y//1 Pressing (The Covers Spine And Edges Are Worn) Label: Vertigo. Cat No.: /4. Year: Matrix: Side 1 1Y//1 A PORKY PRIME CUT, Side 2 2Y//1 PECKO, Side 3 1Y//1 A PORKY PRIME CUT, Side 4 2Y//1. Side 1. Lady Doctor. Fools Gold. Tear Your Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Parkerilla by Graham Parker/Graham Parker & the Rumour (CD, Jan, Lemon Recordings) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  5. THE PARKERILLA Lady Doctor/02 Fool's Gold/03 I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down/04 Don't Ask Me Questions/05 Heat in Harlem/06 Silly Thing/07 Gypsy Blood/08 Back to Schooldays/09 Heat Treatment/10 Watch the Moon Come down/11 Soul Shoes/12 Don't Ask Me Questions (Disco Remix).
  6. Label: Vertigo - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: New Wave, Pop Rock Graham Parker And The Rumour - The Parkerilla (, Gatefold, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(25).
  7. The Parkerilla is a live double album by Graham Parker and The Rumour. It was recorded at Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, Manchester Opera House, Apollo Theatre, Oxford and The Palladium, New York City; and mixed at Rockfield Studios, Wales.
  8. In , Graham Parker & the Rumour's career was on the rise in the U.K. and going nowhere in America, despite rave reviews for his first three albums and a growing reputation as a powerful live act. Most observers, including Parker himself, blamed his U.S. label, Mercury Records, for failing to give him the promotion he needed Stateside; eager to find a more suitable corporate partner, Parker 6/

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