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8 thoughts on “ It Hurts You So - Spooky Tooth - Tobacco Road (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. It Hurts You So Lyrics: Miller-Wright / Take a longing for the someone / To fill an empty space inside / Add moments of infatuation / Together with an empty pride / You play hide-and-seek upon the.
  2. It contains the band's debut album plus a lot of bonus tracks. But you're better off getting the "Lost in My Dream" 2 CD anthology of Spooky Tooth instead. I bought this CD because I am something of a "completist". But I like it because it contains both the LP and single versions of "Sunshine Help Me", my favorite Spooky Tooth song/5(19).
  3. Apr 06,  · SPOOKY TOOTH - Tobacco Road LP w Spooky Two LP w Ceremony w Pierre Henry LP w Witness LP w You Broke My Heart So I Busted Your Jaw LP w The Last Puff LP Some collectors over at the "Vinyl Addiction" group on facebook got me interested in .
  4. US Reissue of Album "It's All About/Spooky Tooth" Licensed by Island Records Ltd. London "This A&M Album includes "The Weight" which replaces "Too Much Of Nothing" as originally released in Britain and the album cover has been redesigned for American release"3/5(2).
  5. Apr 27,  · Featured on the US album “Tobacco Road” - Released as A&M Records SP in CD SIX: SPOOKY TOOTH: "You Broke My Heart So I Busted Your Jaw” Originally released as Island ILPS in 1. Cotton Growing Man 2. Old As I Was Born 3. This Time Around 4. Holy Water 5. Wild Fire 6. Self-Seeking Man 7. Times Have Changed 8. Moriah CD.
  6. "Tobacco Road" is a straight blues track (it probably sounded better as a live piece) but it feels like Spooky Tooth were still trying to find their direction on this outing. There is some excellent guitar work from Luther Grosvenor throughout but the album is a lot more poppy than Spooky /5(18).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Tobacco Road on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - SP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • 4/5(3).
  8. The opener, "Society's Child" is a twisted psych-soul grinder that combines swelling organ with Harrison's wicked pipes, "Too Much Of Nothing" is a Dylan Basement Tapes classic, and "Tobacco Road" is a Spooky Tooth classic; pounding blues, with Luther Grosvenor's gnarly guitar licks adding a muscular edge. The drawn-out ending is classic /5(19).

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