Early reggae tune also known as "I Don't Mind" or "I Send You Away". B-side by Lascelles Perkins is a ballad based on the 1968 hit record with the same title by Bobby Russell. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Lascelles Perkins - Real Gone Clown. album: Be Right Next To Me. Clue J & His Blues Blasters, Lascelles Perkins - Creation. album: Reggae Is The Cure. James Lascelles - Lebong. Lascelles Douglas - Rootsman. album: Same Ole Story. Denzil Laing, Lascelles Perkins, Lascelles Perkins, Denzil Laing - Plead You Stay. album: Cook Shop Reggae. Evangelist Lascelles Anglin - Brimstone & Fire.
Among the great early rock & roll albums, Dance Album, Carl Perkins' first LP for Sun, tends to get the short end of the stick. There's a reason for that. Sam Phillips rushed the album out after Perkins left Sun for Columbia in 1958, which was two years after "Blue Suede Shoes" was a hit, so Perkins not only didn't have a big single in the charts - "Pink Pedal Pushers," his last for Sun, stalled at 91 on the pop charts - but the label released it more as. a cash-in than anything, and it never made much of an impact on the charts.
Real Gone is the 15th studio album by Tom Waits, released October 3, 2004 in Europe, and October 5 in United States on the ANTI- label. The album was supported by the Real Gone Tour, playing sold out locations in North America and Europe in October and November 2004. The album features some of the few political songs Waits has written, the most explicit being "Day After Tomorrow", a song Waits has described as an "elliptical" protest against the Iraq War.
What did you do, little clown? From his neck the walls are bleeding brown Soon the blue to follow, then the green Last will be the brightest red you’ve seen Brightest red you’ve ever seen. I rotted little holes in all my flaws I and also I will be your gods Tear down the lies, little trolls Now I see the flaws I see the holes I see the flaws I see the holes. Did you forget I was here? Everything you never thought to fear Did you mistake me for tame? Brother, things will never be the same Things will never be the same
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- Manufactured By – Federal Record Mfg. Co. Ltd.
- Producer – Clement "Coxsone" Dodd
NotesCould be 1959 Worlddisc and Allstars label are some of the earliest pressings by Coxsone Dodd. Some tunes were acetate only and played on Downbeat sound system for some time until being officially issued , to confuse matters the U.K release could be up to two years later
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): FDR 559
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): FDR 560