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Graham Parker & The Rumour* - Discovering Japan (Vinyl)


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  1. Squeezing Out Sparks, an Album by Graham Parker. Released in March on Arista (catalog no. AB ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pub Rock. Featured peformers: Graham Parker (vocals, rhythm guitar, writer), Brinsley Schwarz (guitar, backing vocals), Martin Belmont (rhythm guitar, backing vocals), Bob Andrews (keyboards, backing vocals), Andrew Bodnar (bass), Steve Goulding (drums, backing vocals.
  2. About Discovering Japan "Discovering Japan" is a song by British rock musician Graham Parker, recorded with his backing band the Rumour. The song was released on his album, Squeezing Out Sparks. Lyrically inspired by a tour of Japan, "Discovering Japan" was a departure from the simplicity of some of Parker's earlier work.
  3. There's only one way to describe this album--awesome. In , Graham Parker was at the peak of his powers--a top selling album with Squeezing Out Sparks, and several tours into his association with the Rumour, one of the best live bands of the deicalxipolsoressterdarkbakoheami.coinfo show from San Francisco hits all the great moments from the aforementioned album, as well as tunes from previous albums, and each and every /5(25).
  4. Label: Vertigo - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Classic Rock Graham Parker & The Rumour* - Squeezing Out Sparks (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(10).
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  6. Graham Parker And The Rumour A: Hey Lord, Don't Ask Me Questions B: Watch The Moon Come Down: Vertigo UK: PARK 31 Mar 7" 1: Graham Parker And The Rumour A: Protection B: I Want You Back (Alive) Vertigo UK: 23 Feb 7" 1: Graham Parker And The Rumour A: Discovering Japan B: Local Girls: Vertigo UK:
  7. View all records by Graham Parker And The Rumour for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch formatMissing: Japan.
  8. Loaded with some of his most powerful songs — “Passion Is No Ordinary Word,” the nettlesome and ambiguously anti-abortion unwanted-pregnancy ode “You Can’t Be Too Strong” (a ballad full of disturbing imagery and emphatic phrasing which echoes the album title’s judgmental metaphor), the sizzling “Discovering Japan” and “Local Girls” — the album stands as Parker’s career high, a peak .

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