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Miracle Man - Elvis Costello - My Aim Is True (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Welcome to the Working Week, Miracle Man, No Dancing, Blame It on Cain, Alison, Sneaky Feelings, (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes, Less Than Zero, Mystery Dance, Pay It Back, I'm Not Angry, Waiting for the End of the World, Watching the Detectives Radio Sweetheart, Stranger in the House, Imagination (Is a Powerful Deceiver), Mystery Dance, Cheap Reward, Jump Up, Wave a White Flag, .
  2. Jan 01,  · My Aim Is True is the debut album by English singer-songwriter Elvis Costello. The album was recorded at Pathway Studios in Highbury, London Borough of Islington in , over the course of six four-hour studio sessions, in a total of approximately twenty-four hours/5(48).
  3. “My Aim Is True”, recorded with session players prior to the formation of The Attractions, leans heavily on the influence of s Rock & Roll, Doo Wop, Soul and R&B rather than the synth-heavy New Wave sound he would experiment with on subsequent releases. “My Aim Is True”, like many great albums, is diverse and difficult to pin down.
  4. My Aim Is True, an Album by Elvis Costello. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. JC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave, Pub Rock.
  5. My Aim Is True Elvis Costello Rock · Preview Editors’ Notes Elvis Costello’s debut album is a literate, poppy-punk masterpiece, and then some. Yes, it tears through angry, pointed material—from sneering looks at the daily grind (“Welcome to the Working Week”) to mocking impossible standards of others (“Miracle Man.
  6. Miracle Man Lyrics: You never asked me what I wanted / You only asked me why / I never thought that so much trouble / Was resting on my reply / I could say it was the nights when I was lonely / And.
  7. Oct 10,  · My Aim Is True () Miracle Man (Producer): Nick Lowe Every Elvis Has His Army (Band): American country rock band Clover, sometimes billed in press materials as “The Shamrocks.”.
  8. Elvis Costello was as much a pub rocker as he was a punk rocker and nowhere is that more evident than on his debut, My Aim Is True. It's not just that Clover, a San Franciscan rock outfit led by Huey Lewis (absent here), back him here, not the Attractions; it's that his sensibility is borrowed from the pile-driving rock & roll and folksy introspection of pub rockers like Brinsley Schwarz, adding touches of cult .
  9. My Aim Is True. Elvis Costello. Elvis Costello’s debut album is a literate, poppy-punk masterpiece, and then some. Yes, it tears through angry, pointed material—from sneering looks at the daily grind (“Welcome to the Working Week”) to mocking impossible standards of others (“Miracle Man”).

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