Scott Walker The Beginning The Scott Engel Sessions DMM 180g Import LP
Scott Walker The Beginning The Scott Engel Sessions DMM 180g Import LP
Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Vinyl Passion
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"

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Scott Walker The Beginning The Scott Engel Sessions DMM 180g Import LP

Scott Walker

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SKU:
VINLP1767
UPC:
8719039001767
180g Vinyl LP!

Scott Walker (born Noel Scott Engel; January 9, 1943) is an American-born British singersongwriter, composer and record producer. He is noted for his distinctive baritone voice and for the unorthodox career path which has taken him from 1960s pop icon to 21st-century avantgarde musician. Anchored in his fascination with Elvis is "The Livin' End" placement as the opening track, a rockabilly tune disguised as an R&B number recorded in 1958, when Scott Engle was 15. What’s really weird is that this track was written by Henry Mancini with Rod McKuen. "Good for Nothin'" was written by Randy Sparks. These two cuts are the hardest-rocking Engle ever got, and they feel completely unhinged. His ferocious faux-Southern vocal style may have resembled Ronnie Dawson, but it was Presley rockabilly worship pure and simple. There is another rocker, though not quite as intense as the former two or the original -- Johnny Burnette’s "Comin' Home" -- but it tries hard anyway, the cheesy background vocals destroy the mix. The foreshadowing of Engle’s excess as a balladeer can be heard on Burnette’s "I Don’t Want To Know," there is a tremendous expression against the guitars and the skittering brushed snare. Production schlock is everywhere present on McKuen’s "Sing Boy Sing," but though much higher -- we’re talking reedy tenor here -- the voice is already there (though he’s off-key on the refrains). The rest is all white-boy teen ballads.

Features:
• 180g Vinyl
• Direct Metal Master
• Import
• Made in the E.U.


Selections:
Side A:

1. The Livin’ End
2. Good For Nothin'
3. I Don’t Want To Know
4. Comin’ Home
5. All I Do Is Dream Of You
6. Charlie Bop (Charley Bop)
7. Too Young To Know
8. Sing Boy Sing
9. Take This Love
10. Paper Doll
11. Blue Bell
12. Sunday
13. Wish You Were Here*
Side B:
1. Mr. Jones
2. Anything Will Do
3. Too Young
4. Kathleen
5. I Broke My Own Heart
6. What Do You Say
7. Are These Really Mine
8. Crazy In Love With You
9. The Golden Rule Of Love
10. When You See Her
11. Steady As A Rock
12. Forevermore

* The Chosen Few (Scott Engel and John Stewart)
Description
180g Vinyl LP!

Scott Walker (born Noel Scott Engel; January 9, 1943) is an American-born British singersongwriter, composer and record producer. He is noted for his distinctive baritone voice and for the unorthodox career path which has taken him from 1960s pop icon to 21st-century avantgarde musician. Anchored in his fascination with Elvis is "The Livin' End" placement as the opening track, a rockabilly tune disguised as an R&B number recorded in 1958, when Scott Engle was 15. What’s really weird is that this track was written by Henry Mancini with Rod McKuen. "Good for Nothin'" was written by Randy Sparks. These two cuts are the hardest-rocking Engle ever got, and they feel completely unhinged. His ferocious faux-Southern vocal style may have resembled Ronnie Dawson, but it was Presley rockabilly worship pure and simple. There is another rocker, though not quite as intense as the former two or the original -- Johnny Burnette’s "Comin' Home" -- but it tries hard anyway, the cheesy background vocals destroy the mix. The foreshadowing of Engle’s excess as a balladeer can be heard on Burnette’s "I Don’t Want To Know," there is a tremendous expression against the guitars and the skittering brushed snare. Production schlock is everywhere present on McKuen’s "Sing Boy Sing," but though much higher -- we’re talking reedy tenor here -- the voice is already there (though he’s off-key on the refrains). The rest is all white-boy teen ballads.

Features:
• 180g Vinyl
• Direct Metal Master
• Import
• Made in the E.U.


Selections:
Side A:

1. The Livin’ End
2. Good For Nothin'
3. I Don’t Want To Know
4. Comin’ Home
5. All I Do Is Dream Of You
6. Charlie Bop (Charley Bop)
7. Too Young To Know
8. Sing Boy Sing
9. Take This Love
10. Paper Doll
11. Blue Bell
12. Sunday
13. Wish You Were Here*
Side B:
1. Mr. Jones
2. Anything Will Do
3. Too Young
4. Kathleen
5. I Broke My Own Heart
6. What Do You Say
7. Are These Really Mine
8. Crazy In Love With You
9. The Golden Rule Of Love
10. When You See Her
11. Steady As A Rock
12. Forevermore

* The Chosen Few (Scott Engel and John Stewart)
Genre
Pop Rock
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
1.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Artist
Scott Walker
Title
The Beginning - The Scott Engel Sessions
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
180G
Record Speed
33RPM
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
1
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
02-27-2017
Availability
In Stock
Format
Vinyl
ISBN
Release Date
06-06-2017
ASSOC
R
Scratch & Dent
0
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