Break Them Down - Graham Parker And The Shot - Steady Nerves (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. View all records by Graham Parker And The Shot for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
  2. May 02,  · The album also displays some of the harder edge and social commentary of Parker`s finest work. ''Break Them Down'' is a razor-sharp condemnation of the destruction of an Indian culture in.
  3. GRAHAM PARKER & THE RUMOUR The Parkerilla ( Australian track vinyl LP on the 'spaceship' Vertigo label, produced by Robert 'Mutt' Lange and comprising a collection of tracks recorded live in Bournemouth, Manchester & Oxford in England a swell as New York City, housed in a gatefold picture sleeve with the tracklisting and album credits printed across the inside spread.
  4. In Parker's own words, here's what you get on Steady Nerves: "Break Them Down"--"This is about an American Fundamentalist organization operating in Venezuela called the New fiddrimacogillmul.sublordcarcouheaventmidesterstiperkiss.infoinfon, which is converting the Indians in the jungle to Christianity and destroying their culture. It's probably the most 'finger pointing' song I've ever written.".
  5. Graham Parker is a rock singer born in London, England, who has had numerous charting albums on many different labels. He issued one album for Elektra Records, Steady Nerves. It reached # 57 on the Billboard charts in It has been out of print for many, many years, now Wounded Bird finally makes it available again. /5(5).
  6. Jun 06,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Graham Parker And The Shot - Steady Nerves at Discogs. Complete your Graham Parker And The Shot collection/5().
  7. Steady Nerves isn't one of Graham Parker's better albums but, in "Break Them Down", it does contain one of his best songs – proof that it's sometimes worthwhile searching out an artist's lesser work. I don't think there is such a beast as a bad Parker album but certainly there are far better than Steady Nerves.

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