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Jonah & The Wail - "Alive" At 'The Nightline' - Christmas Eve Eve 1985 Download

Jonah & The Wail - "Alive" At 'The Nightline' - Christmas Eve Eve 1985 Download
Title:
"Alive" At 'The Nightline' - Christmas Eve Eve 1985
Performer:
Jonah & The Wail
Style:
Alternative Rock, Pop Punk, Glam, Goth Rock
Released:
13 Apr 2014
Catalog:
TCR9
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
1901 mb
FLAC album size:
1958 mb
Genre:
Label:
Trash City

Tracklist


1Rock 'n' Roll Cleopatra
Written-By – Wayne County
3:02
2Lycanthrope
Written-By – Andy Sherwin, Tim Orchard
6:07
3You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Christmas Tree
Written-By – Johnny Thunders, Lee Streicher
3:30
4New York City
Written-By – Jonathan Orchard
4:54
5Tight Pants
Written-By – Pop, Williamson
3:49
6Understanding
Written-By – Tim Orchard
5:26
7Backstage/Intro2:43
8Rock 'n' Roll Part 2
Written-By – Glitter, Leander
4:27
9Russian Soldier (Encore)
Written-By – Jayne County
5:51
10Little Doll
Written-By – Tim Orchard
7:09
11Bolts
Written-By – Andy Sherwin
4:15
12Russian Soldier
Written-By – Jayne County
3:09
13Juke Box Baby
Written-By – Alan Vega
4:03
14Paranoia Paradise
Written-By – Wayne County
4:47
15Famous Monsters
Written-By – Tim Orchard
6:18
16White Christmas
Written-By – Irvin Berlin
3:12
17Rockaway Beach
Written-By – Ramones
3:04


Credits


  • Backing VocalsDestiny Angel , Harmony Angel , Rhapsody Angel
  • BassDibble
  • Design Concept [Cover], Design [Cover], Illustration [Front Cover]Andi Brooks
  • DrumsCuthbert
  • GuitarGrub
  • Layout [Additional], Design [Additional]Yuka Fujiwara
  • Lead VocalsJonah Wail
  • Photography – Andi Brooks
  • Recorded ByAndi Brooks
  • Remastered ByOliver St. John


Notes


Famous Monsters Present...
Recorded at the Nightline Club in Bath, England on December 23rd 1985
Remastered 2014
A Kitchen Disco Production for Trash City 2014

From the mid to late 1980s Jonah & the Wail were one of Bath's most popular and exciting bands. Their wild and raucous theatrical blend of glam punk rock 'n' roll often upstaged the major bands they supported. At one memorable gig, Sigue Sigue Sputnik found themselves forced off stage under a barrage of beer glasses while the crowd chanted for support band Jonah & the Wail to come back on.