Blondie - In The Flesh album
Official video of Blondie performing In The Flesh from the album Blondie.
Текст песни: I’ve got a little woman She ain’t very tall She says she loves me Me, best of al. .
In the Flesh" is a song by American band Blondie. Originally from the band's self-titled debut album, Blondie, the song was Blondie's second and final single on the Private Stock label. The song has a feel reminiscent of Phil Spector-produced pop from the early 60s, with prominent piano, female backing vocals, and a time signature of 12/8
Blondie is the eponymous debut studio album by American rock band Blondie, released in December 1976 by Private Stock Records. The first single "X Offender" was originally titled "Sex Offender", but since radio stations would not play a song with such a provocative title, the band renamed the song. After disappointing sales and poor publicity, the band ended their contract with Private Stock and signed with Chrysalis Records in 1977
Darling, darling, darling, I can’t wait to see you Your picture ain’t enough I can’t wait to touch you, in the flesh Darling, darling, darling, I can’t wait to hear you Remembering your love, is nothing without you in the flesh Went walking one day on the lower east side Met you with a girlfriend You were so divine
Produced by Richard Gottehrer. Darling darling darling I can't wait to see you Your picture ain't enough I can't wait to touch you in the flesh Darling darling darling I can't wait to hear you Remembering your love Is nothing without you in the flesh. Went walking one day on the lower East side Met you with a girlfriend, you were so divine She said, "Hands off this one sweetie, this boy is mine" I couldn't resist you - I'm not deaf, dumb, and blind
Blondie – In The Flesh. Label: Sonic Boom (5) – SON0318. Format: CD, Album, Unofficial Release. Country: Released: 2015. This release has been blocked from sale in the marketplace.
Blondie - In The Flesh. Album: The Best of Blondie, 1983. Official video of Blondie performing In The Flesh from the album Blondie.
Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). The single reached number 1 in Australia, while the album went top twenty in October 1977. A subsequent double-A release of X-Offender and Rip Her to Shreds was a minor hit in the UK and a successful Australian tour followed in December '77. While popularity and success was beckoning overseas however, on their home turf Blondie remained an underground act and it was while cloaked by such a status that the group played the Old Waldorf in San Francisco on 21st September 1977