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The Flying Lizards - Money

The Flying Lizards - Money
  • Performer The Flying Lizards
  • Title Money
  • Date of release 1979
  • Country US
  • Style Leftfield, Synth-pop, Post-Punk
  • Label Virgin
  • Catalog number DK 4809
  • Other formats Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single
  • Genre Electronic / Rock
  • Size MP3 1808 mb
  • Size FLAC 1397 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 892

Tracklist

1Summertime Blues
Written-By – E. Cochran, J. Capeheart
5:05
2Money
Written-By – Berry Gordy Jr., Janie Bradford
6:13

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VS 276, VS276The Flying Lizards Money ‎(7", Single, Sta)Virgin, VirginVS 276, VS276UK1979
VIP-2813, VIRG-1014Flying Lizards Money ‎(7", Single)Virgin, VirginVIP-2813, VIRG-1014Japan1980
VS 1105The Flying Lizards Money ‎(7", Single)VirginVS 1105Canada1979
VA 67003The Flying Lizards Money ‎(7", Single, Styrene, Mon)VirginVA 67003US1979
2097 814The Flying Lizards Money ‎(7", Single)Virgin2097 814France1979

Credits

  • Photography ByRichard Rayner-Canham
  • ProducerDavid Cunningham

Notes

℗ © 1979

Side A:
Publisher, Jobete Music Co., Inc., ASCAP
Vocal

Side B: Publisher, Warner-Tamerlane and Helen Range Songs, BMI
For Piano Recordings

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): ST-DK-37820 SP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): ST-DK-37821 SP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched ): ST-DK-37820-1 @AGP 1-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched ): ST-DK-37821-2 @AGP 1-2
  • Barcode (Sides A & B runouts, stamped): SRC
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI

Companies

  • Record Company – Virgin Records, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records
  • Copyright (c) – Virgin Records
  • Published By – Jobete Music Co., Inc.
  • Published By – Warner-Tamerlane
  • Published By – Helen Range Songs
  • Mastered At – Specialty Records Corporation
  • Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation

Video

Album

Music video by The Flying Lizards performing Money. The Flying Lizards. Janie Bradford, Berry - The Flying Lizards. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Flying Lizards is the 1979 self-titled debut album by The Flying Lizards and was released on the Virgin Records label. Preceded by two surprise hit singles, the album reached No. 60 in the UK Album Chart. Following the unexpected success of the group's 1979 singles-covers of Summertime Blues and Money-David Cunningham and Deborah Evans were offered a deal with Virgin Records. New material for the album featured improvisational musicians Steve Beresford and David Toop. The Flying Lizards was an experimental new wave, post-punk pop group from London, UK, which existed from 1976 to 1984. The group was formed and led by David Cunningham, whose concept was to have a loose-knit line-up: the group includeThe Flying Lizards was an experimental new wave, post-punk pop group from London, UK, which existed from 1976 to 1984. The group was formed and led by David Cunningham, whose concept was to have a loose-knit line-up: the group include read more. Similar Artists. Play all. Au Pairs. 84,628 listeners. Album 2008 3 Songs. Money - EP. Electronic 2008. Money B. Money 12'' Version. The Flying Lizards were an experimental English new wave band, formed in 1976. They are best known for their eccentric cover version of Barrett Strong's Money featuring Deborah Evans-Stickland on lead vocals, which reached the UK and US record charts in 1979. They followed with their self-titled album that year, reaching number 60 in the UK albums chart. Albums from this user. View all. The Best Of Top Of The Pops Of 1975-1979. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Money - EP, 2008. Money B, 04:09. Money 12'' Version, 06:06. The Flying Lizards' first album unwittingly followed one of the greatest traditions of '50s and '60s pop - take a hit single, surround it with a whole bunch of filler less interesting than the hit, and presto You have an album. Too bad Cunningham didn't prove to have as much vision as, say, Count Five or the Royal Guardsmen, who did better with the quickie album concept than he did