By: Fat Man Waving (1992, Rock). The Habit Of Gravity by Fat Man Waving. View all albums . Parade. By: Fat Man Waving (1992, Rock). 1. (Ain’t No More) Train To Ride.
Fat Man Waving was a Canadian folk-rock band from Ottawa, Ontario, active from 1987 to 1996. The band had a diverse, unclassifiable style which drew on folk, rock, Celtic and jazz influences, which made them popular with music critics - in 1990, Musician named them one of the 12 best unsigned acts in the world - but left record labels unsure. The band released its debut album, Fat Man Waving, independently in 1989. They subsequently recorded several non-album singles, including "Sons & Lovers" and a cover of "Waiting for the Moon" for the Bruce Cockburn tribute album Kick at the Darkness.
Mixed By – Fat Man Waving, Jim Zolas. Photography By – Paul Latour (2). Piano, Keyboards, Accordion, Clarinet, Vocals – Peter Kiesewalter. Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – John Switzer. Recorded By – Dave Ferri, Jeff Wolpert. Vocals, Percussion, Design Concept, Design, Illustration – Rebecca Campbell. The Byrds recording of Dylans Mr Tambourine Man was released in April 1965 and reached on the U. S. and UK singles charts, setting off the mid-1960s folk rock movement. The Beatles late 1965 album, Rubber Soul, contained a number of songs clearly influenced by the American folk rock boom, such as Nowhere Man and If I Needed Someone. Folk rock became an important genre among emerging English bands, particularly those in the London club scene towards the end of the 1960s.
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Anywhere but Here is the second studio album by American rock band Mayday Parade. In January 2009 the band started writing Anywhere but Here, working with several co-writers. The band signed to Atlantic in March 2009. Later that month, the band started recording at House of Loud in Elmwood Park, New Jersey. The album's production was handled by producer David Bendeth
Ridiculous moment man pushes a brown bear provoking him to attack. The attack was filmed in a forest in Kamchatka in Russia's Far East and as the bear walks away, the man pushes its back. Footage shows the unnamed man booting the young animal near the town of Kamchatka in Russia's Far East. The bear had been walking away from the victim when he appeared to kick it.
|1||(Ain't No More) Train To Ride
Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel] – Danny ArtusoPercussion – Ian MackieWritten-By – James Stephens
Backing Vocals – Andrea KaramOther [Assistant To The Accordionist] – John SwitzerPercussion – Ian MackieTenor Saxophone – Kirk MacDonaldTrumpet – Bill RowatWritten-By – Peter Kiesewalter
|3||Blind No More
Backing Vocals – Andrea KaramPercussion – Ian MackieWritten-By – James Stephens , Peter Kiesewalter
|4||If I Lived (To Be One Hundred And Ten)
Lead Vocals [Duet Vocal] – James Stephens Written-By – James Stephens
|5||In The Shadow
Percussion – Ian MackieTenor Saxophone – Kirk MacDonaldWritten-By – Peter Kiesewalter
|6||Flight Of Fancy
Backing Vocals – Andrea KaramPedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel] – Danny ArtusoPercussion – Ian MackieWritten-By – James Stephens
|7||One By One
Written-By – Lynn Miles
Backing Vocals – John SwitzerWritten-By – David Bignell
|9||Hide Your Eyes
Backing Vocals – John SwitzerPercussion – Ian MackieWritten-By – James Stephens
|10||Sons And Lovers
Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel], Guitar – Danny ArtusoProducer – FMW*Written-By – FMW*, James Stephens , Peter Kiesewalter
|CANAL 258CAS||Fat Man Waving||Parade (Cass, Album)||Canal Records||CANAL 258CAS||Canada||1992|