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Discovering Japan - Graham Parker And The Rumour - Squeezing Out Sparks (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The album was recorded as a contractual obligation album as Parker had already signed with Arista and was preparing "Squeezing Out Sparks" for that label. The album was longer than a traditional record and Mercury elected to release it as a double album. The single "Hey Lord Don't Ask Me Questions" was a re-recording of a song from the first.
  2. Quake Records, in association with Graham Parker, is proud to present a new edition of Graham Parker's classic album Squeezing Out Sparks. Featuring never before released bonus tracks recorded live at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle in Voted Album of the Year by the Village Voice # in Rolling Stone's Greatest Albums of All Time/5().
  3. Finally, after the lack of support from Mercury, Parker signed a lucrative deal with Arista records and released the Jack Nitzsche produced “Squeezing Out Sparks” in The album, which contained such classics as “You Can’t Be Too Strong,” “Discovering Japan” and “Passion Is No Ordinary Word” reached #44 in the US album.
  4. Squeezing Out Sparks Quake Records is proud to present a new edition of Graham Parker’s classic album Squeezing Out Sparks. This newly remastered edition features a new cover design, as well as never before released bonus tracks recorded live at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle in
  5. Squeezing Out Sparks is the sound of a band (the Rumour) firing on all cylinders to back up a vocalist and lyricist who is singing and writing as if his life depended on it. And without being.
  6. May 23,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Discovering Japan (Digitally Remastered ) · Graham Parker Squeezing Out Sparks + Live Sparks ℗ Arista Records LLC Released on:
  7. "Protection" is a song by British rock musician Graham Parker, recorded with his backing band the tegesharnuazar.xyzinfo song was released on his album, Squeezing Out Sparks. "Protection" was lyrically inspired by a Winston Churchill line and featured a stripped-down arrangement. The song was released as a single in the UK in , but did not chart there.
  8. Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Graham Parker's classic album Squeezing Out Sparks, this is an album of all new acoustic performances of the entire album with the addition of the bonus track "Mercury Poisoning". Produced by Graham Parker and Simon Edwards. Recorded at Fleet River Studio/5(10).

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