Battered Old Bird - Elvis Costello And The Attractions* - Blood & Chocolate (CD, Album)

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  1. Jul 25,  · Battered Old Bird · Elvis Costello & The Attractions Blood And Chocolate ℗ Elvis Costello Released on: Producer: Nick Lowe Producer: Colin Fairley Composer Lyricist: Declan MacManus.
  2. Elvis Costello returned to the Attractions as quickly as he abandoned them, hiring the band and old producer Nick Lowe to record Blood & Chocolate, his second record in the span of one lanmanebonvibuwonkayclapcomzeitan.coinfo King of America was a stripped-down roots rock affair, Blood & Chocolate is a return to the harder rock of This Year's lanmanebonvibuwonkayclapcomzeitan.coinfoonally, there are hints of country and folk, but 8/
  3. Elvis Costello "Battered Old Bird": "Battered Old Bird" The landlady's husband came up to town today Since he left them both ten years ago to serve the ministry The dark down road of his approach in constant rain was drenched album: "Blood And Chocolate" () Uncomplicated. I Hope You're Happy Now.
  4. Battered Old Bird (Alternate Version) Performed by: Elvis Costello & The Attractions: Produced by: Nick Lowe with Colin Fairley: Musicians: Elvis Costello - vocal, guitar Steve Nieve - keyboards Bruce Thomas - bass Pete Thomas - drums: Recorded: March 10, , Olympic Studios, London: Released: February 19, Albums: Blood & Chocolate.
  5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Blood & Chocolate [Digipak] [Limited] by Elvis Costello/Elvis Costello & the Attractions (CD, May, Hip-O) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  6. "Pump It Up" – Elvis Costello and the Attractions "Radio Radio" – Elvis Costello and the Attractions "Raining in My Heart" – Leo Sayer "Rasputin" – Boney M "Ready Steady Go" – Generation X "Ready to Take a Chance Again" – Barry Manilow "Reminiscing" – Little River Band "Renegade" – Styx "Right Down the Line" – Gerry Rafferty.
  7. Blood and Chocolate is not supposed to be an audiophile record but sound great despite it's rawness. Each instrument and vocal is bleeding from one mic to the other in the same close quarters, recorded in single takes. Battered Old Bird, Tokyo Storm Warning, Uncomplicated and Poor Napolean are standouts but the whole record is exceptional/5(70).
  8. Blood and Chocolate is Elvis Costello's loudest album since This Year Year's Model. It's also one of his best of all those released after his classic late seventies/early eighties period. Costello sounds angry, almost enraged, throughout this one, but the quality of the songwriting is top notch.

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