October 2

Blood From A Clone - George Harrison - Somewhere In England (Cassette)

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Posted 01.01.2020 by Malazilkree in category "Classic Rock


  1. By Daigul on
    George removed some tracks and replaced them with some up tempo techteningluakarlumarrifusupatribb.coinfo From a Clone, The opening track describes George’s thoughts on the matter. Another track added was All Those Years Ago, a tribute to John Lennon, whose murder had occurred in the interim. The album is consequently a bit patchy compared to previous albums/5(74).
  2. By Dairr on
    Somewhere in England, an Album by George Harrison. Released in on Dark Horse (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Singer/Songwriter.
  3. By Mezticage on
    Somewhere in England, an Album by George Harrison. Released 24 February on Capitol (catalog no. 5 2 8; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Singer/Songwriter.
  4. By Dunris on
    Feb 15,  · George Harrison: Severely bashed new wave and radio in general with "Blood From a Clone" and "Unconsciousness Rules" which bashes disco too.-Kept his output within pop/rock though "Gone Troppo" does have new wave quirks. Overall: Negative reaction Ringo Starr: Though trying disco out, Ringo didn't try new wave or newer synths from new wave.
  5. By Gashakar on
    WB 56 , DAK , DH 56 , DHK George Harrison: Somewhere In England ‎ (LP, Album): Dark Horse Records, Dark Horse Records, Dark Horse Records, Dark Horse Records: WB 56 , DAK , DH 56 , DHK Austria4/5(1).
  6. By Voodooshicage on
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Somewhere In England on Discogs.
  7. By Goshakar on
    Blood from a Clone Lyrics: They say they like it but now in the market / It may not go well as it's too laid back / You need some oomph, papa, nothing like Frank Zappa / And not new wave, they don.
  8. By Kigrel on
    Somewhere In England Tracklisting. Blood From A Clone; Unconsciousness Rules; Life Itself; All Those Years Ago; Baltimore Oriole; Teardrops; That Which I Have Lost; Writing’s On The Wall; Hong Kong Blues; Save The World; Save The World (Demo Version / Remastered ) Flying Hour; Store. Somewhere In England LP. George Harrison CD. Gone.
  9. By Vudoshakar on
    Leading off George Harrison's Somewhere in England LP is "Blood from a Clone," a biting satire that relates the difficulty the former Beatle was concurrently having with his record company -- in particular, the label's initial rejection of nearly half of the LP's material and the cover artwork. In a nutshell, Warner Bros. flatly refused to distribute the album that Harrison had first delivered.

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