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Walking Away - Dogbowl - Flan (Songs From The Novel By Stephen Tunney) (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Find Stephen Walking song information on AllMusic. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.
  2. May 12,  · My favorite musical apocalypse, by far, is Dogbowl's concept album Flan. Based on his novel of the same name (which he chose to publish under the non-stage-alias Stephen Tunney), Flan .
  3. This album is, for me, perhaps one of the most influential albums of all time. Dogbowl(Stephen Tunney - once a member of King Missile before they sold out), is a musical and poetic genius of the highest order, and anybody who has not realised this fact yet is just kidding themselves for the longrun.5/5(3).
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  5. Creating an album based on a novel may sound like a prog rock atrocity, but then again, Stephen Tunney actually wrote the novel himself, so there's no reason why his Dogbowl incarnation shouldn't give it a go. A classic Shimmy-Disc production in more than one sense of the word -- there's Kramer's echoed shroud of production, the goofy cover art, and the whole air of gentle shambolic oddity 6/
  6. Dogbowl – lead vocals, guitar, illustrations; Musicians. Race Age – drums, percussion Michael J. Schumacher – guitar, piano, synthesizer Lee Ming Tah – bass guitar, steel guitar Christopher Tunney – clarinet, saxophone, tin whistle, organ, backing vocals Production and additional personnelGenre: Psychedelic pop.
  7. You got silver bells and you got cockleshells Pretty maids all in a row Walking the dog Just a walkin' the dog If you don't know how to do it Show you how to walk the dog Come on now, come on, come on Oh oh, just a, just a, just a walkin' Just a, just a, just a walkin' Just a, just a, just a walkin' Oh yeah, if you don't know how to do it I'll.
  8. Dowd immediately identified the problem, fixed it, and then stuck around over the weekend to record a session with Booker T. and the MGs, as well as "Walking the Dog." Dowd went on to make many return trips to Memphis to work with the Stax musicians, who loved working with him. There are over 30 known covers of this song! View wiki.

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