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  • Performer: Elvis Costello
  • Title: The Elvis Costello Interview With Tom Snyder: Tomorrow Coast To Coast
  • Size FLAC ver: 1151 mb
  • Date of release: 1981
  • Style: Interview
  • Other formats: WMA MOD MP1 DMF XM MP2 AA
  • Genre: Rock / Audio / Pop
  • Rating: 4.6 of 5
Elvis Costello - The Elvis Costello Interview With Tom Snyder: Tomorrow Coast To Coast album flac

Donald Wildman, Elvis Costello and the Attractions (Songs: "New Lace Sleeves", "Watch Your Step") Frank Capra. Watch Your Step (Tomorrow Coast To Coast, .

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Elvis Costello ‎– The Elvis Costello Interview With Tom Snyder: Tomorrow Coast To Coast. Issued in generic white sleeve with hype sticker: "WATCH YOUR STEP AS 958". Matrix, Runout (Side 1 ): XLP168566-1C COLUMBIA NY.

The Tomorrow Show (also known as Tomorrow and, after 1980, Tomorrow Coast to Coast) was an American late-night television talk show hosted by Tom Snyder.

The backing for Costello's debut album was provided by American West Coast band Clover, a country outfit living in England whose members would later go on to join Huey Lewis and the News and the Doobie Brothers. Costello released his first major hit single, "Watching the Detectives", which was recorded with Steve Nieve and the pair of Steve Goulding (drums) and Andrew Bodnar (bass), both members of Graham Parker's backing band the Rumour. the single "Watch Your Step" was released and played live on Tom Snyder's Tomorrow show, and received airplay on FM rock radio. the single "Clubland" scraped the lower reaches of the charts; follow-up single "From a Whisper to a Scream" (a duet with Glenn Tilbrook of Squeeze) became the first Costello single in over four years to completely miss the charts.

Elvis Costello, Elvis Costello & the Attractions. An absolutely blistering set, well known in fan circles as one of Costello's best live bootlegs, circa 1986. The gig at an unknown location was a welcome home for Costello and the band, and this night they sound as amped up and on fire as any time in 1978. In fact, a majority of the set is either from that year's Blood and Chocolate or 1978's This Year's Model. Opening with "Tokyo Storm Warning," the band never lets up, even on slower numbers like "Beyond Belief

Elvis Costello on the cover of Rolling Stone. In 1977, Elvis Costello emerged in London as one of the unquestioned originals of modern pop music. In 1982, Elvis Costello remains known almost solely through his music – and the scandalous Ray Charles incident, which made the papers across the country and across the water. Aside from a 1981 appearance on Tom Snyder’s ‘Tomorrow’ show, Costello had not sat down for a comprehensive interview with an American journalist until this summer – and no interview has appeared in a . publication since 1977. With the release of his eighth album, ‘Imperial Bedroom,’ Costello and his band, the Attractions – Bruce Thomas, bass; Steve Nieve, keyboards; and Pete Thomas, drums – opened an American tour.

Elvis Costello is one of the biggest talents to come out of London's mid-1970s pub rock scene. His earliest records were of such high caliber and from such a different viewpoint than the music emanating from punkified London that even today his music is liable to knock an unsuspecting listener on her or his arse. Retro-flavored ravers and ballads rooted in R&B, soul, old time rock 'n' roll and even lounge were packed into explosive two-minute gems that, for all the world, couldn't care less about any type of anarchy anywhere. Costello's songwriting has always been.

Elvis Costello is one of the most brilliant and underrated songwriters of all-time. He hasn’t really had any Billboard hits, but his work has been critically beloved throughout his entire Rock & Roll Hall of Fame career. Here are his five greatest lyrics/verses: 1. Radio is a sound salvation/Radio is cleaning up the nation/They say you better listen to the voice of reason/But they don’t give you any choice/’Cause they think that it’s treason/So you had better do as you are told/You better listen to the radio – Radio Radio (1978)

Tracklist Hide Credits

A The Elvis Costello Interview With Tom Snyder: Tomorrow Coast To Coast
Interviewee – Elvis CostelloInterviewer – Tom Snyder
11:23
B Watch Your Step
Engineer [In Association With] – Roger BechirianProducer – Nick LoweWritten-By – Elvis Costello
2:59

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Riviera Global Record Productions Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – National Broadcasting Company, Inc.
  • Mastered At – Columbia Recording Studios

Notes

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Issued in generic white sleeve with hype sticker: "WATCH YOUR STEP AS 958"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout [Stamped]): XLP168566-1C COLUMBIA NY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout [Stamped]): XSM168567-1D COLUMBIA NY
  • Matrix / Runout (Both Sides [Etched]): | T
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout (variant 1)): XSMX̶L̶P̶168566-1B COLUMBIA NY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout (variant 1)): XSM168567-1D COLUMBIA NY

Comments (1)

Mpapa
and to think this used to be on the wall at Bleeker Bob's Records in Greenwich Village back in the day for $100 or something... and how excited I was when I found it for only $25!

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