Robyn Rowan Hitchcock (born 3 March 1953) is an English singer-songwriter and guitarist. While primarily a vocalist and guitarist, he also plays harmonica, piano, and bass guitar. After reaching prominence in the late 1970s with The Soft Boys, Hitchcock launched a prolific solo career. His musical and lyrical styles have been influenced by Bob Dylan, John Lennon, Syd Barrett, Captain Beefheart, Bryan Ferry and Roger McGuinn.
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By: Robyn Hitchcock (1996, Rock). More albums from Robyn Hitchcock: Eye by Robyn Hitchcock. A Star For Bram by Robyn Hitchcock. Storefront Hitchcock – Music From The Jonathan Demme Picture by Robyn Hitchcock. I Often Dream Of Trains In New York by Robyn Hitchcock. Love From London by Robyn Hitchcock. Robyn Hitchcock by Robyn Hitchcock. The Man Upstairs by Robyn Hitchcock. Groovy Decoy by Robyn Hitchcock. View all albums . Moss Elixir. By: Robyn Hitchcock (1996, Rock). 1. Sinister But She Was Happy.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Moss Elixir/Mossy Liquor" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Robyn Rowan Hitchcock (born 3 March 1953) is an English singer-songwriter and guitarist. While primarily a vocalist and guitarist, he also plays harmonica, piano and bass guitar.
Album by Robyn Hitchcock. Man With a Woman's Shadow. I Am Not Me. De Chirico Street. This Is How It Feels. MusicBrainz: Moss Elixir. this site: Moss Elixir. Albums by Robyn Hitchcock.
Mossy Liquor is the title of a vinyl LP released by Robyn Hitchcock in 1996. The album preceded the release of the Moss Elixir CD by a few weeks, and half of it was made up of demos or alternative versions of the Moss Elixir material. She began her professional career in the house band of National Public Radio’s Mountain Stage radio show. She left to pursue a solo career and also became a prolific session musician. She has toured and recorded with many notable performers including Cyndi Lauper, . Sarah McLachlan, Richard Barone, and Robyn Hitchcock, and has released several CDs of her own original music.
20 years ago this week, Robyn Hitchcock returned from something resembling self-imposed retirement and unleashed his debut album for Warner Brothers. After concluding his contract with A&M Records with the release of his 1993 album, RESPECT, Hitchcock laid low for a bit, ostensibly because of the death of his father, and when he resurfaced a few years later, he was signed to Warner Brothers and sans his longtime backing group, The Egyptians. It’s worth noting that Hitchcock fans had a pretty good few weeks in 1996, as their hero also released a vinyl-only album entitled MOSSY LIQUOR a few weeks before MOSS ELIXIR. The album featured a number of demos and alternate versions of songs from MOSS ELIXIR – including a Swedish version of Alright Yeah – along with a number of new, d songs.
This album has an average beat per minute of 117 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 79/150 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Moss Elixir. BPM Profile Moss Elixir. Album starts at 102BPM, ends at 79BPM (-23), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Robyn Hitchcock.
Sinister But She Was Happy, 04:06. The Devil's Radio, 04:01. Alright, Yeah, 02:55. The Speed of Things, 03:46. De Chirico Street, 03:28.
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|1-1||Sinister But She Was Happy||4:05|
|1-2||The Devil's Radio||4:01|
|1-6||The Speed Of Things||3:44|
|1-8||Man With A Woman's Shadow||3:36|
|1-9||I Am Not Me||3:25|
|1-10||De Chirico Street||3:28|
|1-11||You And Oblivion||4:44|
|1-12||This Is How It Feels||4:19|
|2-1||Alright, Yeah (In Swedish)||2:54|
|2-3||Shuffling Over The Flagstones||2:59|
|2-4||Cool Bug Rumble||3:34|
|2-5||Wide Open Star||4:22|
|2-6||Each Of Her Silver Wands||2:16|
|2-7||De Chirico Street||3:31|
|2-8||As Lemons Chop||2:32|
|2-9||Sinister But She Was Happy||3:17|
|2-11||The Devil's Radio||3:59|
- Acoustic Guitar – Moris Tepper*
- Bass – Jake Kyle
- Co-producer – Calvin Johnson (tracks: 1-8), Grant Showbiz (tracks: 2-2), Pat Collier (tracks: 1-10, 2-11)
- Double Bass – Pete Dowdall
- Drums, Tambourine – Patch Hannan
- Guitar – Andrew Claridge
- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals, Bass, Organ – Robyn Hitchcock
- Guitar, Vocals – Tim Keegan
- Producer – Robyn Hitchcock
- Saxophone – James Fletcher, Ntbuks Bonga*
- Violin, Viola, Percussion, Tambourine – Deni Bonet
- Vocals, Tambourine, Percussion – Morris Windsor
- Written-By – Robyn Hitchcock
Notes℗ 1996 & 2010 Warner Bros. Records, Inc.
© 2010 Wounded Bird Records
Reissue combining the 1996 CD album Robyn Hitchcock - Moss Elixir with its companion vinyl LP Robyn Hitchcock - Mossy Liquor
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