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Alex Chilton - Bach's Bottom

Alex Chilton - Bach's Bottom
  • Performer Alex Chilton
  • Title Bach's Bottom
  • Date of release 1981
  • Country Germany
  • Style Garage Rock
  • Label Line Records
  • Catalog number LLP 5081
  • Other formats Vinyl, LP
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1572 mb
  • Size FLAC 1790 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 192

Tracklist

1Summertime Blues
Written-By – Cochran, Capeheart
2Everytime I Close My Eyes
Written-By – Tiven
3Singer Not The Song
Written-By – Jagger-Richards
4Jesus Christ
Written-By – Chilton
5Take Me Home Again - Part One And Two
Written-By – Chilton, Graflund, Tiven
6Free Again
Written-By – Chilton
7I'm So Tired - Part One And Two
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
8Take Me Home And Make Me Like It
Written-By – Chilton, Davis, Deluca , Graflund, Tiven
9Oh Baby I'm Free
Written-By – Chilton, Tiven
10All Of The Time
Written-By – Chilton, Aldridge

Credits

  • BassJohn Liteman, Ken Woodley
  • Bass, Backing VocalsRick Clarke
  • Drums, EngineerRichard Rosebrough
  • Guitar, Backing Vocals, Percussion, ProducerJon Tiven
  • OrganAndy Hummel, David Beaver
  • Piano, Backing VocalsTommy Hoehn
  • Vocals, Piano [One Handed], Backing VocalsAlex Chilton

Notes

Recorded september and october of 1975 at Ardent recording studios, memphis

Album

Bach's Bottom is the second solo album released by American pop rock musician Alex Chilton. Bach's Bottom was recorded in September and October 1975 at Ardent Studios in Memphis. Side 1. Take Me Home and Make Me Like It Alex Chilton, Benny Davis, Danny Graflund, Grover DeLuca, Jon Tiven 2:32. Everytime I Close My Eyes Jon Tiven 1:47. All of the Time Alex Chilton, Lesa Aldridge 2:42. Oh Baby I'm Free Part 1 & 2 Alex Chilton, Jon Tiven 6:22. Alex Chilton. Bach's Bottom. Recorded in 1975 and 1976, shortly after Big Star broke up during the fractious, drug-addled sessions for their final album, the songs on Bach's Bottom were similarly left stranded at the time, although four of them did eventually show up on the 1977 Ork Records EP Singer Not the Song. Released well after the sessions, Bach's Bottom a punning title on Chilton's first band is a mess. As a mess, it's a less-glorious mess than Sister Lovers, which manages to sound spooky and haunted and decadent and rocking as often as not these 15 songs mostly just sound like drunken, snee. UMG от лица компании Razor & Tie Regalias Digitales Publishing, ASCAP, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. и другие авторские общества 1. I'm So Tired Part 1 & 2. John Lennon, Paul McCartney. UMG от лица компании Razor & Tie Sony ATV Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. CMRRA и другие авторские общества 1. Free Again Version 2. Album 1974 11 Songs. Bach's Bottom Alex Chilton. Bachs Bottom. Released 1981. Bachs Bottom Tracklist. All Of The Time Lyrics. Free Again Lyrics. The Singer Not The Song Lyrics. Bach's Bottom is a music album by Alex Chilton released in 1981. Bach's Bottom is ranked 41,075th in the overall chart, 5,269th in the 1980s, and 545th in the year 1981. Bach's Bottom track list. The tracks on this album have an average rating of 77 out of 100 7 out of 10 tracks have been rated. Sort by. Track Number. Listen free to Alex Chilton Bach's Bottom Take Me Home and Make Me Like It, Every Time I Close My Eyes Version 1 and more. 15 tracks 42:51. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Bach's Bottom, 2010. Free Again, 05:06. Free Again, 02:17. 1975 Alex Chilton, Jon Tiven 1977 Alex Chilton 1993 Razon & tie Music Corp. Andrew Loog Oldham appears courtesy of Immediate Records Dave Rave 3, Lauren Agnelli and Gary Pig Gold The Bad Acoustics appear courtesy of Melodiya Records & The Dave Rave Conspiracy. Codice a barre e altri identificatori. Alex Chilton Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Other than Chilton completists, who would this album appeal to Well, you may be familiar with a staple of the recycled plot in the VH1 show Behind the Music , wherein an artist is going through major struggles in life. The narrator then grimly notes that the artist has hit rock bottom. If you are the kind of person who delights in such moments and you are looking for a vicarious thrill, Bachs Bottom is recommended listening