Elvis Costello And Attractions – Heatwave - 8/23/80. Label: Not On Label (Elvis Costello & The Attractions) – ECHWC82380. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Unofficial Release. Recorded at Mosport Park/Raceway near Toronto, Canada on 1980-08-23. May also be called: "Heatwave - 8/23/80", or "Canada Heatwave Festival 23-Aug-80". Issued in a plain white cover with front & back slicks. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All.
Title: Daze Of Glory Label: Tendolar Format: Silver CD Liberated Silver CD. 1 Tracks.
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The Best of Elvis Costello and the Attractions. The Best of Elvis Costello and the Attractions is a 1985 compilation album, the first of what would be many career-spanning compilation albums of previously released material for Costello. All songs written by Elvis Costello except as indicated. Alison" (from My Aim Is True, 1977) – 3:22. Watching the Detectives" (from single, 1978) – 3:41.
Elvis Costello & The Attractions was a critically acclaimed pop and rock band formed by English musican Elvis Costello in 1977. Producing famous work in the genres of punk and new wave music, it also contained Steve Nieve (ne Nason) on keyboards, Pete Thomas on drums, and Bruce Thomas (no relation) on bass. Costello recorded and toured solidly with them until 1984, when he disbanded them to pursue solo projects.
These Heatwave Festival master recordings capture the zeitgeist during this transitional moment in music history and present inspired performances by all of these groups, several of which remain career highlights to the present day. Following the sunset debut of Talking Heads' expanded lineup, Elvis Costello and The Attractions next took the stage. Costello's only North American appearance that year, his set not only encapsulates the early phase of his career but also captures an artist moving beyond the expectations of his established audience. A number destined for the Trust album follows with the self-deprecating "You'll Never Be A Man," which segues directly into the manic verve of "(I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea. Drummer Pete Thomas propels the latter song with an incredibly insistent drumbeat, fueling one of Costello's greatest nonconformist anthems with power and punch.
|A1||Shot With His Own Gun|
|A2||Accidents Will Happen|
|A5||(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love And Understanding?|
|B2||You'll Never Be A Man|
|B3||(I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea|
|B5||Pump It Up|
|C2||Less Than Zero|
|C6||I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down|
|D4||Watching The Detectives|
|D5||You Belong To Me|
- Recorded At – Heatwave
NotesRecorded at Mosport Park/Raceway near Toronto, Canada on 1980-08-23.
May also be called: "Heatwave - 8/23/80", or "Canada Heatwave Festival 23-Aug-80"
Issued in a plain white cover with front & back slicks.
|ECHWC82380||Elvis Costello And Attractions*||Heatwave 1980 (2xLP, Unofficial, W/Lbl)||Not On Label (Elvis Costello & The Attractions)||ECHWC82380||USA & Canada||1982|
|TDR-119||Elvis Costello||Daze Of Glory (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Tendolar||TDR-119||1999|
|WAAV||Elvis Costello||Heatwave 8/23/80 (2xLP, Unofficial)||Grand Records||WAAV||USA & Canada||1980|
|none||Elvis Costello & The Attractions||Canada Heatwave Festival 23-Aug-1980 (2xLP, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Elvis Costello & The Attractions)||none||US||1994|
|none||Elvis Costello & The Attractions||Coldwave (2xLP, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Elvis Costello & The Attractions)||none||US||Unknown|