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Chuck E. Weiss - Extremely Cool MP3
Performer: Chuck E. Weiss
Title: Extremely Cool
Label: Limited Edition
Country: Russia
Style: Blues Rock, Garage Rock
Cat: LDR-2195
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1180 mb | MP3 size: 1069 mb | WMA size: 2881 mb
Genre: Rock / Blues
Tracklist

1Deeply Sorry
Written-By – Chuck E. Weiss, Tony Gilkyson
5:16
2Horseface
Written-By – Chuck E. Weiss
3:07
3Devil With Blue Suede Shoes
Drums – Larry MullinsExecutive-Producer – Johnny DeppWritten-By – Chuck E. Weiss, J. J. Holiday, Marla Thorogood, Spyder Mittelman
5:03
4Just Don't Care
Written-By – Chuck E. Weiss, J. J. Holiday
2:37
5Roll On Jordon
Written-By – Chuck E. Weiss
2:16
6Do You Know What I Idi Amin
Written-By – Chuck E. Weiss, Tom Waits
5:36
7Rocking In The Kibbitz Room
Written-By – Chuck E. Weiss
3:36
8It Rains On Me
Written-By – Chuck E. Weiss, Tom Waits
2:34
9Extremely Cool
Written-By – Chuck E. Weiss
4:45
10Jimmy Would
Written-By – Chuck E. Weiss
2:38
11Pygmy Fund
Written-By – Chuck E. Weiss
3:07
12Oh Marcy
Written-By – Chuck E. Weiss, Tony Gilkyson
2:55
13Sonny Could Lick All Them Cats
Written-By – Chuck E. Weiss
3:33

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SRRCD 41Chuck E. Weiss Extremely Cool ‎(CD, Album)Slow River Records, RykodiscSRRCD 41US1998
SRRCD 41 ADVChuck E. Weiss Extremely Cool ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Slow River RecordsSRRCD 41 ADVUSA & Canada1998
VACK-1159Chuck E. Weiss Extremely Cool ‎(CD, Album)Slow River Records, Rykodisc, Videoarts MusicVACK-1159Japan2001
noneChuck E. Weiss Extremely Cool ‎(13xFile, AAC, Album, 128)RykodiscnoneUnknown

Credits

  • Artwork [Package Design]Adam Larson
  • Backing VocalsChuck E. Weiss, Eleni Mandell, John Herron
  • BassRick Vito, Will McGregor
  • Drums, PercussionChuck E. Weiss, Jim Christie, Nick Vincent
  • EngineerMike Hutchinson
  • Executive-ProducerKathleen Brennan, Tom Waits
  • GuitarJ.J. Holiday, Tom Waits, Tony Gilkyson
  • IllustrationChuck E. Weiss, Donna Bates
  • Mastered ByJeff Lipton
  • Organ, AccordionJon Herron
  • Photography BySophie Olmstead
  • PianoMike Murphy
  • ProducerChuck E. Weiss, George Howard , Mike Hutchinson, Tom Waits, Tony Gilkyson
  • SaxophoneC.C. Worall, Spyder Mittelman
  • TrumpetLee Thornberg
  • VocalsChuck E. Weiss, Tom Waits

Notes

4-pages booklet

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: LDR-2195

Album

Extremely Cool - Chuck E. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Songs in album Chuck E. Weiss - Extremely Cool 1999. Chuck E. Weiss - Devil With Blue Suede Shoes. Weiss - Deeply Sorry. Weiss - Oh Marcy. Weiss - Pygmy Fund. Weiss - It Rains On Me. Weiss - Sonny Could Lick All Them Cats. Weiss - Jimmy Would. Weiss - Extremely Cool. Weiss - Just Don't Care. Weiss - Roll On Jordan. Weiss - Do You Know What I. Album 1999 13 Songs. Extremely Cool Chuck E. Extremely Cool. FUNKY HOUSE FUNKY DISCO HOUSE E. Weiss is an American songwriter and vocalist. A fixture on the Los Angeles scene, Weiss is known for an eclectic mix of blues, beat poetry, and rock and roll. His music includes strains of every rhythmic style from nursery rhymes to zydeco. Weiss grew up in Denver, Colorado, United States, where his parents owned a record store The Record Center, 434 16th Street. Through his parents, and by spending time at the local blues bar Ebbetts Field, he met Lightnin' Hopkins. Hopkins was. Extremely Cool made one wish that Weiss hadn't stayed away from the studio for so long, for it's an enjoyable and unpretentious collection of roots music and Americana. A variety of earthy material finds its way to this release, which ranges from the bluesy rock of Pigmy Fund and Devil with Blue Suede Shoes and the roots-rock of Jimmy Would and It Rains on Me to the zydeco-influenced Oh, Marcy and the jazz-minded Sonny Could Lick All Them Cats. Listen free to Chuck E. Weiss Extremely Cool Devil With The Blue Suede Shoes, Deeply Sorry and more. 12 tracks . He grew up in Denver, Colorado, where his parents owned a record store Record Center. Through his parents, and by spending time at the local blues bar Ebbett's Field, he met Lightnin' Hopkins, who was impressed with his drum playing and took him on tour. This track is not available in Russian Federation - Learn more. Current track: Extremely CoolExtremely Cool