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Download Where Do I Go From Here - Kevin Ayers - Rainbow Takeaway / Thats What You Get Babe (CD)
2011
Label: BGO Records - BGOCD990 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Soft Rock, Prog Rock


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9 Replies to “ Where Do I Go From Here - Kevin Ayers - Rainbow Takeaway / Thats What You Get Babe (CD) ”

  1. Zolorn says:
    Background. Ayers had retired to Deià, Spain directly after 's Rainbow Takeaway and That's What You Get Babe was his first public appearance in two years. It was arranged and produced by multi-instrumentalist Graham Preskett who had been instructed by Harvest to give the album a more mainstream production, resulting in the offbeat and eccentric presence of Ayers .
  2. Brarr says:
    Joy of a Toy () Joy of a Toy Continued Town Feeling The Clarietta Rag Girl on a Swing Song for Insane Times Stop This Train (Again Doing It) Eleanor's Cake (Which Ate Her) The Lady Rachel Oleh Oleh Bandu Bandong All This Crazy Gift of Time Bonus tracks on the CD reissue:Religious Experience (featuring Syd Barrett)The Lady Rachel (orchestral version)Soon .
  3. Akinot says:
    Complete song listing of Kevin Ayers on isbeaucaculcoatasmaridingdcasalab.co COVID We are currently operating in a limited manner. Due to social-distancing practices and increased order volume, please expect longer than usual wait times & shipping delays.
  4. Jugul says:
    That's What You Get Babe Is a record that definitely proves that talents like Kevin Ayers can't be dimmed at all – no matter what the setting! By , Ayers was far from the proggy generation in which he fit so well – but the man was still a hell of a songwriter, and had a voice that was just about the only one that could do his lyrics Brand: EMI/BGO (UK) (Label).
  5. Douzilkree says:
    Jan 20,  · That's What You Get Babe is the ninth studio album by Kevin Ayers and his final recording for isbeaucaculcoatasmaridingdcasalab.co had retired to Deià, Spain directly after 's Rainbow Takeaway and That's What You Get Babe was his first public appearance in two years. It was arranged and produced by multi-instrumentalist Graham Preskett who had been instructed by Harvest to .
  6. Gakasa says:
    Following the release of his album "Rainbow takeaway", Kevin Ayers packed his bags and moved to Spain, becoming something of a recluse in the process. Two years later however, he released this his last album (second time around) for Harvest records/5(1).
  7. Talkree says:
    The two albums packaged in this BGO two-fer, 's Rainbow Takeaway and 's That's What You Get Babe, reflect the eccentric Kevin Ayers' rather blatant attempts to "go commercial," though the results in both cases were somewhat disquieting at the isbeaucaculcoatasmaridingdcasalab.co fact, given Ayers' predilection for the genuine strangeness and the uncompromising music found on his Brand: Bgo - Beat Goes On.
  8. Voodoozuru says:
    Kevin Ayers (16 August – 18 February ) was an English singer-songwriter who was a major influential force in the English psychedelic movement. Ayers was a founding member of the pioneering psychedelic band Soft Machine in the mids, and was closely associated with the Canterbury scene. He recorded a series of albums as a solo artist and over the years worked .
  9. Shabar says:
    Two Kevin Ayers albums in a single package at a bargain price, `Rainbow Takeaway' originally from and its follow up `That's what you get Babe'. Of the two `Rainbow Takeaway' is closest to classic Kevin Ayers, `That's what you get Babe' suffering from horrible s production and cheap synthesiser sounds/5(17).

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