Dr. Mudd - John Cale - Comes Alive (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Dr. Mudd Lyrics: Doo doo doo doo ooh / Whatcha gonna do / Whatcha you gonna do / Tell me, whatcha gonna do / Whatcha gonna do / Whatcha gonna do / Tell me, whatcha gonna do / Big black eagle's.
  2. Comes Alive was recorded at The Lyceum in London in February The absence of a CD re-release is incomprehensible as this album captures Cale at his manic (and sensitive) best.5/5(1).
  3. John Cale - Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals Dave Young - Guitar, Vocals Five years after delivering one of the crucial live albums of the s, 's Sabotage/Live, John Cale turned around and unveiled one of the least necessary of the s, a Comes Alive set that, frankly, should have been left for dead.
  4. Label: ZE Records - ILPS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Art Rock John Cale - Comes Alive (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore4/5(1).
  5. Dr. Mudd This song is by John Cale and appears on the live album Sabotage/Live (). Doo doo doo doo ooh Whatcha gonna do Whatcha you gonna do Tell me, whatcha gonna do Whatcha gonna do Whatcha gonna do Tell me, whatcha gonna do Big black eagle's flying around Flying around this .
  6. John Cale Comes Alive is a music live recording by JOHN CALE (Prog Related/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5(4).
  7. Vinyl, LP, Album A1 Ooh La La A2 Evidence A3 Dead Or Alive A4 Chinese Envoy A5 Leaving It Up To You B1 Dr. Mudd B2 Waiting For The Man B3 Heartbreak Hotel B4 Fear B5 Never Give Up On You
  8. Five years after delivering one of the crucial live albums of the s, 's Sabotage/Live, John Cale turned around and unveiled one of the least necessary of the s, a Comes Alive set that, frankly, should have been left for dead.3/
  9. Oct 29,  · While few would regard either as a classic, both of those albums are quite interesting in spots, and worth seeking out on vinyl if you're a Cale fan. I especially love the Comes Alive version of "Dr. Mudd," and "Hungry for Love" is one of my great guilty pleasures--a fascinating mixture of '80s pop blandness and spiky, Velvets-style dissonance.

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