Catherine Wheel - Show Me Mary download mp3 album
The Catherine Wheel is David Byrne's musical score commissioned by Twyla Tharp for her dance project. The Catherine Wheel premiered September 22, 1981, at the Winter Garden Theatre in New York City. The tracks "Big Blue Plymouth", "My Big Hands", "Big Business", and "What a Day That Was", were performed live by Talking Heads in 1982 and 1983; the latter two appear in their Stop Making Sense film, and "What a Day That Was" appears on the album. All songs written by David Byrne, except as indicated.
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Mary sticks her tongue out, it's a sign Two fingers is a magical state And she promised me she'd show me why I don't think I can wait. Hey, hey, hey, hey, show me Mary How does it go? Show me Mary Show me Mary. This flower is a living cusp, but how it kills Infectious beyond all that's fair And if I succumbed while standing here Would you really care? How does it work? Show me Mary Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, show me Mary Show me Mary.
Catherine Wheel were an English alternative rock band from Great Yarmouth. The band was active from 1990 to 2000, releasing five full-length albums in their career, embarking on many lengthy tours and experiencing fluctuating levels of commercial success. Catherine Wheel formed in 1990, comprising singer-guitarist Rob Dickinson (cousin of Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson), guitarist Brian Futter, bassist Dave Hawes, and drummer Neil Sims.
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The decent "These Four Walls" can be found on Like Cats and Dogs, and "Smother" is essentially a wart on the face of Catherine Wheel. At a meandering seven minutes, it's seven minutes too long - positively ghastly.
Catherine Wheel embarked on tours with Slowdive, Chapterhouse and INXS, among others, to promote this album. Melody Maker described it as "a tighter, more robust affair" than Ferment and "perhaps the ultimate Catherine Wheel album" In Trouser Press, Jack Rabid wrote that the album "combines songwriting prowess with more raging playing, pop tunes gone kablooey and a huge bonfire sound with a faint metal edge. Writing in The Rough Guide to Rock, Anna Robinson was less favourable, describing much of the album's material as "comparatively lightweight" compared to Ferment.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Show Me Mary
Engineer – John Lee Producer – Gil Norton
|B2||Mouth Full Of Air||2:42|
- Composed By – Catherine Wheel
- Photography – Alastair Thain
- Producer – Catherine Wheel, John Lee
Notes(Track times do not appear on the release)
|CWCD A6, CWCDA6, 862 811-2||Catherine Wheel||Show Me Mary (CD, Single)||Fontana, Fontana, Fontana||CWCD A6, CWCDA6, 862 811-2||UK||1993|
|CDP 1058||Catherine Wheel||Show Me Mary (CD, Single, Promo)||Mercury||CDP 1058||US||1993|
|CWCDB 6, CWCDB6, CWCD B6, 862 809-2||Catherine Wheel||Show Me Mary (CD, Single, Dig)||Fontana, Fontana, Fontana, Fontana||CWCDB 6, CWCDB6, CWCD B6, 862 809-2||UK||1993|
|CDP 1104||Catherine Wheel||Show Me Mary (Scott Litt Remix) (CD, Single, Promo)||Mercury, Fontana||CDP 1104||US||1993|
|CWCD A6, 862 811-2||Catherine Wheel||Show Me Mary (CD, Single, Promo)||Fontana, Fontana||CWCD A6, 862 811-2||UK||1993|