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Bass – Will LeeCongas – Rubens BassiniDrums – Nick RemoElectric Piano, Clavinet – Eumir DeodatoGuitar – Hugh McCracken, John TropeaWritten-By – Eumir Deodato
Bongos, Maracas – Rubens BassiniElectric Piano, Whistle, Synthesizer [Arp] – Eumir DeodatoWritten-By – Marcos Valle
Bass – Will LeeClarinet – Lou MariniCongas – Rubens BassiniDrums – Steve GaddElectric Piano, Clavinet – Eumir DeodatoGuitar – Elliot Randall, John TropeaWritten-By – Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, Juan Tizol
Bass – Will LeeCongas, Cabasa [Cabassa] – Rubens BassiniDrums – Nick RemoElectric Piano – Eumir DeodatoFlute – Lou MariniGuitar – John TropeaWritten-By – Kurt Weil, Ogden Nash
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Arranged By, Adapted By – Eumir DeodatoClarinet – George MargeFlute – Hubert LawsFlute [Alto Flute] – Lou Marini, Romeo PenqueWritten-By – Frederick Delius
Bass – Will LeeClarinet – Lou MariniCongas – Rubens BassiniDrums – Steve GaddElectric Piano, Clavinet – Eumir DeodatoGuitar – Elliot Randall, John TropeaWritten-By – Eumir Deodato
Bass – Will LeeCowbell [Cow Bells] – Rubens BassiniDrums – Steve GaddElectric Piano – Eumir DeodatoSoloist, Trumpet – John GatchellWritten-By – Eumir Deodato
Bass – Will LeeCongas – Rubens BassiniDrums – Steve GaddElectric Piano, Tambourine – Eumir DeodatoGuitar – Elliot Randall, John TropeaSoprano Saxophone – Lou MariniWritten-By – Gene Paige, John Paul Jones, Robert Plant
- Arranged By, Conductor, Producer – Eumir Deodato
- Bass – Russell Savakus
- Cello – Alan Shulman, Charles McCracken, Kermit Moore
- Co-producer [Special Collaboration On Production] – Alberto Cacciola
- Coordinator [Production] – Danny Gershon
- Engineer [Assistant] – Jim Bonnefond
- Engineer [Recording] – Charlie Conrad
- Engineer [Recording], Engineer [Mixing] – Jeffrey Kawalek
- Flute – George Marge, Hubert Laws, Lou Marini, Romeo Penque
- French Horn – Brooks Tilletson, Jimmy Buffington
- Mastered By – B.D.I.
- Photography By [Cover] – Carmine Macedonia
- Trombone – Sam Burtis, Urban Green
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Alan Rubin, John Gatchell
- Tuba – Tony Price
- Viola – Alfred Brown, Julien Barber
- Violin – David Nadien, Elliot Rosoff, Gene Orloff, Harry Cykman, Harry Lookofsky, Irving Spice, Max Ellen, Max Pollikoff, Selwart Clarke
Recorded at House Of Music (W. Orange, New Jersey)
Alberto Cacciola: Courtesy of Marka (Brazil).
John Tropea: Courtesy of Marlin Records
Cover photograph [...] Courtesy of Ehrenreich Photo-Optical Industries, Inc.
Produced [...] for Kenya Music, Inc.
MCA Records, Inc., 100 Universal Plaza, Universal City, California, USA.
© 1975 MCA Records, Inc. ℗ 1975 MCA Records, Inc. Printed in U.S.A.
Mfg. by MCA Records, Inc.
A1, A3, A4, B1b, B3: Kenya Music, Inc. - ASCAP
A2: Superhype Music Inc. - ASCAP
B1a: American Academy of Music Inc. - ASCAP
B2: Chappell & Co., Inc. - ASCAP
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): MCA 806
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Etching): MCA 806 W4
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Etching): MCA 807 W1
- Matrix / Runout (Mastering Initials Etching): B.D.I.
- Matrix / Runout (Pressing Plant Stamp): □-G-□
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): MCA 807
- Recorded At – House Of Music
- Pressed By – MCA Pressing Plant, Gloversville
- Manufactured By – MCA Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records
- Copyright (c) – MCA Records
- Produced For – Kenya Music, Inc.
- Published By – Kenya Music, Inc.
- Published By – Superhype Music, Inc.
- Published By – American Academy Of Music, Inc.
- Published By – Chappell & Co., Inc.
Cuckoo is the second studio album by British alternative rock band Curve. It was released on 21 September 1993 by Anxious Records. A musically more varied but significantly darker release than Curve's debut, Doppelgänger, Cuckoo was less commercially successful than the band's previous releases. On 21 September 1993, Cuckoo was released by Anxious Records, reaching number 23 on the UK Albums Chart. Two singles from the album, Missing Link and Superblaster, were issued. The album's relative. Deodato First Cuckoo 1975. Terminal Passage. Cuckoo album. Just better. Cuckoo was the second studio album released by the British band Curve in 1993. A musically more varied but significantly darker release than Curve's debut, Doppelgänger, Cuckoo performed poorly in the UK charts compared to the band's first LP. In 1993 Curve released Cuckoo. Two singles from the album were released, Missing Link and Superblaster. Both featured videos to accompany the singles. The album's relative commercial failure is likely to have been one of the main reasons for the band's decision to temporarily disband in 1994. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and écouvrez des références, des avis, des crédits, des chansons, et bien plus encore à propos de Deodato - First Cuckoo sur , Cuckoo - Kids Now. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Celebrating this youtube achievement alone for now, but will meet with some near and dear people throughout the day. 100k Thank you everyone Youre all wonderful people . It was especially fun playing this whole new album Not Pop live for the first time Heres a snippet of This is not Drum and Bass. Much Love . YouTube sneak premiered my album today in their YouTube Music Library, a few days early. So I put it up in the wild for 0 on my Web Store too. The version in my store is professionally mastered and sound a bit better. Cuckoo by Curve, released 21 September 1993 1. Missing Link 2. Crystal 3. Men Are From Mars 4. All Of One 5. Unreadable Communication 6. Turkey Crossing 7. Superblaster 8. Left Of Mother 9. Sweetest Pie 10. Divihan The way Toni contrasts the soothing-then-chaotic sounds of tracks such as Unreadable Communication is something that only Curve can pull off. The entire album has something for everyone, and just enough to leave room for the other albums to shine on their own. Favorite track: Unreadable Communication. Caleb Smith. Caleb Smith More atmospheric than Doppelgänger, there are some really cool moments on here. Despite its seeming more like a fabulous remake of a dated story rather than the first film version of a noted book and play, One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest is brilliant cinema theatre. Jack Nicholson stars in an outstanding characterization of Ken Keseys asylum anti-hero, McMurphy, and Milos Formans direction of a superbly-cast film is equally meritorious. All hands appear equally propelled by a perverse destiny. The lengthy 133-minute film first stresses broad vulgarity, as if to get all that out of the way, before moving into an ambivalence where one knows not whether to laugh or cry, or both