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You Aint Goin Nowhere - The Rave-Ups - Town + Country (CD, Album)

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  1. Milkis

    8 I ain't goin' nowhere 9 Big blon' baby 10 Date bait 11 Petrified 12 You're so right for me 13 This must be the place 14 Big town 15 So high 16 I've been there 17 Some things you just can't change 18 Instant man 19 Oh me, oh my 20 Past, present and future.
  2. Goltijin

    THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN' Mike Zupan () are you an idiot? the times they are a changin' is a classic bob dylan album. [Special author note: okay it is a classic bob dylan album and i am an idiot does that make you happy]'Boots of shanish leather' is a magnificent work, far superior to 'girl of the North c'.
  3. Tauhn

    r45 - rave-ups - positively lost me / you aint goin nowhere - 45 fun stuff slightwarp vg r45 - ravels - lots of luck / gonna have some fun - 45 diamond d vg- r45 - paul raven - wait for me / goodbye seattle - decca vg+ r45 - ravens - that'll be the day / dear one - argo g.
  4. Aralkis

    Town + Country opened with "Positively Lost Me", which was emphatic but relatively straightforward Power Pop, with some American-rock flavours a la John lumrenelijalecrepepesiterdio.coinfor, "Remember" was pure Country Rock, nothing more, nothing less."Better World" was also country-rock, but more moody, tender and suggestive. "Class Tramp" on the other hand was clearly Cowpunk, not unlike, say, Rank and File.
  5. Samugrel

    CB: You occassionally slip in some covers as special treats. What are some of the artists /songs HALFWAY has covered, and why? JB: We have done: Little Feat - Willin; Bob Dylan - You aint goin nowhere, She belongs to me, Girl from the North country, Moonshiner, Tonight I'll be staying here with you; The Triffids - Stolen Property.
  6. Mikajind

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Town + Country on Discogs/5(21).
  7. Arashiramar

    Listening to the album on vinyl, the two different sounds is very obvious, however, on CD the album floats down so gradually that you never notice. The Kraftwerk-goes-funk of "No One Receiving" and "Backwater" is forgotten and replaced with a giant field of dandelions and .
  8. Zulura

    Read and write album reviews for Town & Country - The Rave-Ups on AllMusic.

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