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Tom Verlaine - Flash Light download mp3 album
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Album:
Flash Light
Style:
Alternative Rock, New Wave
Released:
1987
Country:
US
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1376 mb
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1523 mb
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Written-By, Guitar, Vocals – Tom Verlaine. With obi and printed double sided lyric, info insert. Flash Light ‎(LP, Album).

Flash Light Tracklist. 1. Cry Mercy, Judge Lyrics. 2. Say a Prayer Lyrics. 3. A Town Called Walker Lyrics.

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Album by Tom Verlaine. A Town Called Walker. The Scientist Writes a Letter. Annie's Tellin' Me. One Time at Sundown. MusicBrainz: Flash Light. this site: Flash Light. Albums by Tom Verlaine.

Tom Verlaine is the eponymous solo debut studio album by American musician and Television guitarist Tom Verlaine. Several tracks, including "The Grip of Love", "Breakin' in My Heart" and "Red Leaves" trace their roots to unreleased Television songs. In the case of "Red Leaves", the verses are drawn from "Adventure", the unfinished title track of Television's 1978 album Adventure. Fred Smith, bassist for Television, also performs on the record.

Tom Verlaine’s 1979 debut solo album after the (first) breakup of New York’s art-pop torchbearers Television finds the frontman/guitarist embracing the sort of concise songwriting that Television had explored on the previous year’s Adventure. So this album is likely close to what Television's third album might’ve sounded like. In fact, the opener, The Grip of Love, is a fully realized unreleased Television song. It features Verlaine’s jagged guitar counterpointing his equally jagged (yet oddly appealing) vocals until both seamlessly resolve on the chorus. One of Verlaine’s songwriterly.

Flash Light is Tom Verlaine's fifth solo album. After a three-year hiatus, during which Verlaine lived in both New York and Europe, he released the album with a large amount of promotion and touring in the UK. It was recorded by Mario Salvati at Sorcerer 2, New York City except "The Scientist Writes a Letter", engineered by Mark Wallis. Mixed by Paul O'Duffy at Sarm West, London. Cover from an artwork by Susan Hiller. Layout by John Rimmer at Pointblanc. All songs written by Tom Verlaine.

Biography by Jason Ankeny. Songs and Other Things. Television, Tom Verla. he Best of Television.

Tracklist

A1 Cry Mercy, Judge 3:58
A2 Say A Prayer 3:49
A3 A Town Called Walker 3:35
A4 Song 4:13
A5 The Scientist Writes A Letter 4:28
B1 Bomb 4:27
B2 At 4 A.M. 3:30
B3 The Funniest Thing 3:31
B4 Annie's Telling Me 4:02
B5 One Time At Sundown 4:00

Credits

  • Bass – Fred Smith
  • Drums – Allen Schwartzberg* (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B5), Andy Newmark (tracks: A5)
  • Guitar – Jimmy Ripp*, Tom Verlaine
  • Producer – Fred Smith , Tom Verlaine
  • Vocals, Written-By – Tom Verlaine

Notes

WHITE / BLANK LABEL TEST PRESSING.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0-4283-08611-1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
IRS-42050 Tom Verlaine Flash Light ‎(LP, Album, Glo) I.R.S. Records IRS-42050 US 1987
830 861-1 Tom Verlaine Flash Light ‎(LP, Album) Polygram Discos 830 861-1 Portugal 1987
25PP-216 Tom Verlaine Flash Light ‎(LP, Album) Fontana 25PP-216 Japan 1987
830 861-2 Tom Verlaine Flash Light ‎(CD, Album) Fontana 830 861-2 Europe Unknown
830 861-4 Tom Verlaine Flash Light ‎(Cass, Album) Fontana 830 861-4 Netherlands 1987

Tracklist

A1 Cry Mercy, Judge
A2 Say A Prayer
A3 A Town Called Walker
A4 Song
A5 The Scientist Writes A Letter
B1 Bomb
B2 At 4 A.M.
B3 The Funniest Thing
B4 Annie's Tellin' Me
B5 One Time At Sundown

Credits

  • Artwork By [Cover] – Susan Hiller
  • Artwork By [Layout] – John Rimmer Of Pointblanc
  • Bass – Fred Smith
  • Drums – Allen Schwartzberg* (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B5), Andy Newmark (tracks: A5)
  • Engineer – Mark Wallis (tracks: A5)
  • Guitar – Jimmy Ripp*, Tom Verlaine
  • Mixed By – Paul Staveley O'Duffy
  • Producer – Dave Bascombe* (tracks: A5), Fred Smith (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B5), Tom Verlaine
  • Recorded By – Mario Salvati (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B5)
  • Vocals – Tom Verlaine
  • Written-By – Tom Verlaine

Notes

Recorded at Sorcerer 2, NYC except track A5
Mixed at Sarm West, London
All songs © 1987 Copyright Control
℗ & © 1987 Phonogram Ltd. (London)
Original sound recording made by Phonogram Ltd. (London)
Printed lyric inner sleeve.
Promotional Copy Not For Resale.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 42283 08611 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand Written): FTANA-001-A2 TOM-LP-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand Written): FTANA-001-B2 TOM-LP-B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
IRS-42050 Tom Verlaine Flash Light ‎(LP, Album, Glo) I.R.S. Records IRS-42050 US 1987
830 861-1 Tom Verlaine Flash Light ‎(LP, Album) Polygram Discos 830 861-1 Portugal 1987
25PP-216 Tom Verlaine Flash Light ‎(LP, Album) Fontana 25PP-216 Japan 1987
830 861-2 Tom Verlaine Flash Light ‎(CD, Album) Fontana 830 861-2 Europe Unknown
830 861-4 Tom Verlaine Flash Light ‎(Cass, Album) Fontana 830 861-4 Netherlands 1987