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8 thoughts on “ The Baby King Part 2 - The Residents - The King & Eye (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Jul 08,  · The song that gives the album its title (apart from it being part B of Liver Music) is a cover version of The Monkees' hit single of the (nearly) same name. As a bonus, we have included the Special Almost Dance Mix of Hit The Road Jack, a song that The Residents recorded in /5(2).
  2. The Republic of Sarah (2) The Resident () The Returned (91) The Right Stuff (1) The Righteous Gemstones (31) The Romanoffs (24) The Rook (36) The Rookie () The Royals () The Sandman (2) The Shannara Chronicles () The Shrink Next Door (1) The Simpsons () The Sinner () The Society (10) The Son (34) The Spanish Princess (29) The.
  3. King Baby Syndrome (or queen baby) was written by Tom Cunningham at the Hazelden Foundation in Minnesota. He wrote the pamphlet for recovering addicts and alcoholics to explore dry drunk lophovolmucotlaisubviecukosasag.coinfo term is obviously an oxymoron as it implies that a .
  4. The Baby King Part 2 Lyrics: You know who the king is? / Yeah / Yeah / Do you? Good. Okay, we’re gonna talk about the king but, you know, I’ve got a question first. Maybe you guys can help me.
  5. Given that the Residents had always been working towards finding out ways to take songs from 'traditional' sources and doing something with them/to them/about them, a whole concept album about Elvis Presley is, perhaps, not too surprising in retrospect. By all accounts, the stage show and tour the group mounted at that point was one of its most fascinating, but as an album this might seem a 5/
  6. May 15,  · An album festooned with awards, including the Grammy for Best Traditional Blues Album, the multi-platinum-selling Riding With The King was a marriage made in blues heaven for many fans. Even the critics threw superlatives around in its honour, although some claimed that the production was far too polished for a traditional blues album.
  7. Oct 10,  · The Residents returned to Montreal in November It was one of the best concerts of my life. The first part was dedicated to the album 'The King and Eye'. Between the Elvis covers, there were intermissions with child giant puppets who questioned the singer about the King. He replied philosophically on different aspects of his life/5(58).

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