Elvis Costello & The Attractions - Get Happy!! Album
|4||I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down||2:05|
|7||Man Called Uncle||2:17|
|9||Beaten To The Punch||1:47|
|10||Love For Tender||1:58|
|12||Five Gears In Reverse||2:30|
|13||Black & White World||1:54|
|16||I Stand Accused||2:19|
|20||Clowntime Is Over||2:58|
|XXLP1, XX LP 1||Elvis Costello & The Attractions||Get Happy!! (LP, Album)||F-Beat, F-Beat||XXLP1, XX LP 1||UK||1980|
|PCT 36347||Elvis Costello & The Attractions||Get Happy!! (Cass, Album)||Columbia||PCT 36347||US||1980|
|PC 36347||Elvis Costello And The Attractions||Get Happy!! (LP, Album, Pit)||Columbia||PC 36347||US||1980|
|DPAM 5||Elvis Costello And The Attractions||Get Happy!! (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Demon Records||DPAM 5||UK||1994|
|RCD 20275||Elvis Costello & The Attractions||Get Happy!! (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Rykodisc||RCD 20275||USA & Canada||1994|
- Engineer [Balanced By] – Roger Bechirian
- Producer – Nick Lowe
- Written-By – Jones (tracks: 11), Elvis Costello (tracks: 1-10, 12-18, 20), Banks (tracks: 11), Smith (tracks: 19), Colton (tracks: 19)
Manufactured in England.
UK manufactured CD and G/F Booklet, with MSI Japanese OBI wrap for distribution in Japan
Includes paper fold-out Japanese lyric/info insert
- Matrix / Runout: Fiend CD 24 1:10
- Matrix / Runout: MASTERED BY NIMBUS
- Rights Society: JASRAC
- Marketed By – MSI
- Distributed By – MSI
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Riviera Global Record Productions Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Demon Records Ltd.
- Licensed From – Riviera Global Record Productions Ltd.
- Glass Mastered At – Nimbus
Get Happy is a studio album by Elvis Costello and the Attractions. The fourth album by Elvis Costello, his third with the Attractions, it is notable for being a dramatic break in tone from Costello's three previous albums, and for being heavily influenced by R&B, ska and soul music. The cover art was intentionally designed to have a retro feel, to look like the cover of an old LP with ring wear on both front and back. Get Happy bursts with energy and invention, standing as a testament to how Costello, the pop encyclopedia, can reinvent the past in his own image. Track Listing. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей. Get Happy Elvis Costello & The Attractions. Rock 1980. He covers Sam & Dave's heart-melter I Can't Stand Up for Falling Down with enough intensity to make it his own. Even when Costello tackles ska on The Imposter, he sounds less like a genre tourist than a man amped up on passion and love for the traditions and histories o. Like its predecessor Armed Forces, it was commercially successful, charting at number 11 in the US and number 2 in the UK, where it went gold. It was plac. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Elvis Costello & The Attractions. Get Happy, 1980. Love For Tender, 01:57. King Horse, 03:01. Album by Elvis Costello & The Attractions. External links. Love for Tender. Categories . Genre: New Wave. The pace of Get Happy was often streets ahead and the pop is boosted to the limits of 1980 to a point of being a frantic carnival unconsciously celebrating it's own time period. The result is softly twisted and sometimes inconsistent bundle of songs that seem to never really get happy. And that's an interesting motif on this album, the wild goosechase and overly energetic abrasiveness of Costello all seems to be an instant gratification search for happiness rather than actual happiness. read more. Elvis Costello - vocals and guitar, organ on Possession and all instruments on New Amsterdam. Steve Nieve - piano and organ. Bruce Thomas - bass, and harmonica on I Stand Accused. Pete Thomas - drums. Nick Lowe - producer, except New Amsterdam, produced by Elvis Costello. Home Page discography page , A01 , A02 , A03 , A05 ,. S01 , S02 , S03 , S04 , S05 , S06 , S07 , S08 , S09 , S10 , S11 , S12 , S13 , S14. Elvis Costello from the liner notes: Several of the songs on Get Happy had been played on the mysteriously named Armed Funk Tour in the spring of 1979, our last American trip for over two years. However our first trial sessions revealed our road arrangements to be trite, brittle, and uncomfortably close to the rapidly dating style which was now called New Wave. The decision to change was not exactly agonized over. The first remaster of this album was so treble heavy that it was unlistenable, so it's nice that it's finally been sorted Nothing earth shattering on disc two, but all interesting snapshots of the man at workplay. If you love Elvis, you'll love this