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Looking After No. 1 - The Rumour - Max


1977
Label: Mercury - SRM-1-1174 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Stoner Rock
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On their debut, the Rumour play laid-back pub rock in a style predictably not too dissimilar from their work with Graham Parkerthough it is looser and more in the style Looking After No. 1 - The Rumour - Max later Brinsley Schwarz. Max is probably most noteworthy for the clear high point, the band's cover of Nick Lowe 's "Mess with Love" a song he wouldn't get around to recording himself until 's Abominable Showmanalthough the album is packed with some terrific music.

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Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams The Sound Is Yours (Kerri Chandler Rmx) - Shapeshifters, The* - In The House All Posts.

Recording Location Rockfield Studios Monmouth. Track Listing. Mess with Love. Nick Lowe. The Rumour. Hard Enough to Show. Jet Plane. Looking After Number One. I'm So Glad. Face to Face. This Town. Somethin's Goin' On. Mess with Love Nick Lowe.


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8 thoughts on “ Looking After No. 1 - The Rumour - Max

  1. May 10,  · My "Max" is exactly similar to the one described above, only the B side runout matrix code is different: xxxxxx2v x // 2 04 1 1 1 Stamped, no etchings. x denotes a strikethrough, letter v is a superscript/5(76).
  2. Jun 15,  · THE RUMOUR “Max” “Looking After Number One” is a gritty shouter borrowing equally from Leiber and Stoller and Otis Redding. Another highlight is “I’m So Glad,” a track reminiscent of the type of pop-soul that Paul Carrack and Nick Lowe perfected on Suburban Voodoo. But even better.
  3. On their debut, the Rumour play laid-back pub rock in a style (predictably) not too dissimilar from their work with Graham Parker, though it is looser and more in the style of later Brinsley Schwarz. Max is probably most noteworthy for the clear high point, the band's cover of Nick Lowe's "Mess with Love" (a song he wouldn't get around to recording himself until 's Abominable Showman 8/
  4. May 10,  · My "Max" is exactly similar to the one described above, only the B side runout matrix code is different: xxxxxx2v x // 2 04 1 1 1 Stamped, no etchings. x denotes a strikethrough, letter v is a superscript/5(33).

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