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9 thoughts on “ I Really Live Round Here (False Friends) - Kevin Coyne - Dynamite Daze (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. (Golden Hind / Rockport Records LP /, CD , Germany) LP edition on orange vinyl. At time of writing this is Coyne's last release on vinyl - all further albums are CD only. lnitially German-only release (UK release ). Note: credited to Kevin Coyne And the Paradise Band.
  2. out of 5 stars Dynamite Daze by Kevin Coyne. This album has some painful lyrics, expertly delivered, wrapped in a sonic onslaught that serves to emphasise the darkness. Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty is a short ballad with nice acoustic piano and a sort of anthemic quality whilst I Really Live Around Here is an atmospheric rock song/5(8).
  3. This is the subtext of Kevin Coyne's first post-punk album, 's Dynamite Daze. Although the title track, which looks approvingly upon the musical sea change, sounds a bit like bandwagon-jumping, the new generation of rockers seems to have revitalized Coyne's songwriting; he hasn't sounded this engaged since 's career high point, Marjory.
  4. I Really Live Round Here (False Friends) Drums, Synthesizer [Mini-moog] – Paul Wickens: A7: I Am Piano, Arranged By – Kevin Coyne Written-By – John Clare: B1: Amsterdam: B2: I Only Want To See You Smile Piano [Acoustic] – Tim Rice: B3: Juliet And Mark Congas – Paul Wickens Written-By – Bob Ward (2) B4 /5(2).
  5. May 25,  · Dynamite Daze by Kevin Coyne. This is a 24Bit needle drop of the title track from his album. Recorded on a Linn Sondek LP
  6. Dynamite Days Brothers Of Mine Lunatic Are We Dreaming (KC/PW) Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty (Mills/Godfrey/Scott) I Really Live Round Here (False Friends) I Am (Lyrics are a poem by John Clare, yet the EMI publishing lists has the song as written by Eric Robinson/Kevin Coyne) Amsterdam
  7. KEVIN COYNE I Want My Crown: The Anthology ( UK track digitally remastered 4-CD album set comprising selections from all Coyne's Virgin albums, including two Benelux only collections, plus singles like 'Lorna' / 'Let's Have A Party' [presented for the first time on CD], unreleased sessions, a BBC In Concert from , the Hyde Park show from the same year, unreleased.
  8. Kevin Coyne with Zoot Money (piano), Bob Ward (guitar), Al James (bass), Vic Sweeney (drums), Paul Wickens (accordion, drums, mini-moog, congas) and Tim Rice (piano) Dynamite Days Brothers Of Mine Lunatic Are We Dreaming (KC/PW) Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty (Mills/Godfrey/Scott) I Really Live Round Here (False.
  9. Format: 12" Vinyl, Year: , Label: Virgin, Length: Dynamite Daze ~ Release by Kevin Coyne (see all versions of this release, 2 available).

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