Marquee Moon - Television - The Blow-Up (CD, Album)

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  1. Marquee Moon Wikipedia article Album by Television. See No Evil Venus Friction Marquee Moon Elevation Guiding Light Prove It Torn Curtain Bonus tracks on CD reissue:Little Johnny Jewel (Parts 1 & 2)See No Evil (alternate version)Friction (alternate version)Marquee Moon (alternate version)Untitled Instrumental Credits Musicians: Tom Verlaine: lead vocals, .
  2. The only punk albums released prior to Marquee Moon were American: Patti Smith’s debut Horses and the first Blondie and Ramones albums. Looking back now, they have little in common with each other, or with any modern-day notion of ‘punk’.
  3. Editorial Reviews. Marquee Moon is a revolutionary album, but it's a subtle, understated revolution. Without question, it is a guitar rock album -- it's astonishing to hear the interplay between Tom Verlaine and Richard Lloyd-- but it is a guitar rock album unlike any annapissoudelicihopersubtstomous.coinfo their predecessors in the New York punk scene, most notably the Velvet Underground, had Price: $
  4. bpnicast May 16 The Blow Up, despite it's bootlegish appearance and sound quality (taken from audience tapes) is actually an official Television release, and for a long time was the only official live album featuring the dangerous duo of Verlaine and Lloyd.
  5. Check out Television on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
  6. Marquee Moon by Television, released 17 March Includes unlimited streaming of The Blow Up via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
  7. TELEVISION THE BLOW UP. this deluxe version of the classic album includes the original album plus an additional disc of bonus tracks that featured on the remastered CD. TELEVISION Marquee Moon (limited edition reissue) limited white lp - £
  8. Six songs from Marquee Moon and two from Adventure appear, plus covers of "Satisfaction," "Knockin' on Heaven's Door," and the 13th Floor Elevators' "Fire Engine" (here renamed as the album's title track). It's interesting to hear the shorter songs outside of a studio setting, but the album's real treasures are the second half's nearly 15 Brand: Roir.

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