Roy Head and The Traits: Golden Anniversary (1957–2007) - Rockabilly Hall of Fame Album (2007 Re-Master, D & R Sales and Service, . I'll Take It". 55. Head First. The Door I Used to Close". 28. "Bridge for Crawling Back".
The Door I Used To Close, One Night (45). Open Monday-Friday: 8:30am-10pm, Saturday: 10am-9pm, Sunday: 11am-8pm (Eastern Time).
The Head on the Door is the sixth studio album by English alternative rock band the Cure, released in August 1985 on record label Polydor. Preceded by the single "In Between Days" which had reached No. 15 on the UK Singles Chart, The Head on the Door was described by Melody Maker as "a collection of pop songs", while PopMatters declared that it defined alternative rock. With its variety of styles, it allowed the group to reach a wider audience in both Europe and North America.
A The Door I Used To Close. B Lady Luck And Mother Nature 2:17.
Rock 'N Roll Classics. Roy Head & The Traits. That performance alone was enough to qualify Head as one of the finest blue-eyed soul singers of the 1960s. Actually a country and rock vocalist rather than an R&B star, Roy Head nevertheless cut one of the great pieces of uptempo soul in the mid-'60s. Actually a country and rock vocalist rather than an R&B star, Roy Head nevertheless cut one of the great pieces of uptempo soul in the mid-'60s
In Between Days (also In-Between Days or Inbetween Days ) was released as the first single from The Head on the Door. It was their fourth top 20 in a row in the UK and reached the top 50 in five other countries overseas. It was also their first single to chart on the US Hot 100, peaking at in early 1986. I’ve fought so long to retain control over what we do, because I hate music being used to sell products. I feel that what we do should mean more than that, and it does to a lot of people.
A long overdue anthology of Roy Head's best sides, mostly recorded for the Back Beat label in the mid-'60s. Besides "Treat Her Right," it has all five of his other singles that dented the charts at the time. These aren't necessarily the highlights of these 18 tracks: "Pain" is country-soul moan at its best (although it's a thinly veiled rewrite of Lonnie Mack's "Why"), "To Make a Big Man Cry" is his best foray into country-pop from the period, and "You're (Almost) Tuff" is one of his toughest rockers, with a sound.
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- Published By – Acuff-Rose Pub., Inc.
- Published By – Altam Music Corp.
- Producer – Bud Logan
- Written-By – D. Frazier*, E. Montgomery*
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 45-29001-S
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side AA): 45-29002-S
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout - Etched): DOA-17608 29001-S-2 DP/WSS
- Matrix / Runout (Side AA Runout - Etched): DOA-17608 29001-S-2 DP/WSS
- Rights Society: BMI
|DOA-17608||Roy Head||The Door I Used To Close (7", Single)||ABC DOT||DOA-17608||US||1976|
|DOA-17608||Roy Head||The Door I Used To Close (7", Single)||ABC Dot||DOA-17608||Canada||1976|