Cantonese Boy Lyrics. We're pushing through these farming towns We've worked hard ploughing over ground Red army calls you, the call of the crowd Red army needs you, it calls you now. Cantonese boy, bang your tin drum Cantonese boy, civilian soldier Cantonese boy, bang your tin drum Cantonese boy, red army calls you home . Performed Live As. Cantonese Boy (Live) by Japan.
Live in Japan is a four-disc box set by American saxophonist John Coltrane and his last group, a quintet featuring Coltrane, his wife/pianist Alice, saxophonist/bass clarinetist Pharoah Sanders, bassist Jimmy Garrison and drummer Rashied Ali. The 4-CD set compiles all the music issued as three albums in the seventies by Impulse!; Concert In Japan (1973, US 2-LP), Coltrane In Japan (1973, Japan 3-LP (side six is blank), mono) and Second Night In Tokyo (1977, Japan 3-LP (side six contains an interview.
Title: Cantonese Boy - Live At Newcastle 1982. The Rolling Stones - Live In Leeds 1982. Jermaine Jackson - Erucu. The Rolling Stones - Got Live If You Want It! Face To Face - 2017 Econo-live Tour VIP Experience Exclusive Flexi Disc. Japan - Oil On Canvas. Shonen Knife - Knife Collectors 1998.
Redirected from Live at Newcastle (Damned album)). Live at Newcastle" (. Live in Newcastle") is a live album by The Damned, released in 1983. The album was recorded at Newcastle's Mayfair rock club, and features material from the band's albums up to and including Strawberries, which was released in the month this was recorded (October 1982). Some tracks (on the full version of the album) are chants, and Captain Sensible's number 1 track from 1982, "Happy Talk", is also performed.
Leidenese Boy released: 1982. Visions of China released: 1982. Japan released: 1982. Live at Hammersmith Odeon released: 1981. Tin Drum released: 1981. Obscure Alternatives released: 1978. Cantonese Boy. Life in Tokyo, Part 1 (Special remix). Ghosts (album version).
These recordings are mono and were originally taped for Japanese radio broadcast. Disc 3 was previously issued in the United States on "John Coltrane - Live In Japan. All other material is previously unreleased except in Japan. P) 1991 MCA Records, Inc. & (C) 1991 GRP Records, In. (C) 1966 MCA Records, Inc. For a similar release with same cat. but different pressing company and slightly different disc faces, see here.
Cantonese Boy (Live)". We're pushing Through these farming towns We've worked hard Ploughing over grounds. Red army calls you The call of the crowd Red army needs you It calls you now. Cantonese boy Bang your tin drum Cantonese boy Civilian soldier Cantonese boy Bang your tin drum Cantonese boy Red army calls you home. We're singing Marching through the fields We're changing The lives we've led for years. Cantonese boy Bang your tin drum.
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- Written-By [Uncredited] – David Sylvian
NotesA 5.51" flexi-disc manufactured in Russia by some obscure plant in the 90's in limited quantities. These were manufactured in different colours; this edition being a see-through acetate and single-sided; there is no B-side. The sound of the recording is quite average and mono.
The see-through acetate comes with a simple greyscale cover which has been printed on plain paper. This is a collectors' item for completists who must have literally everything 'JAPAN'; this is NOT a record for digital sound lovers or glossy covers admirers.