Producer – The Kwyet Kings. Recorded September 1993 at Endless Sound, Oslo. Dedicated to The Firebeats. Track 10: Total duration is actually 11:26. From 10:25 onwards there is a snippet of The Firebeats' "Let Me Tell You" plus a short story from Yngve Bjerke. Matrix, Runout: DURECO THEN 023 CD.
Producer – The Kwyet Kings. Matrix, Runout (Runout A, etched): SCALP 106-A. Firebeat (CD, Album). That's Entertainment Records (2). THEN 023 CD.
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Listen to music from The Kwyet Kings like Radiated by Your Charm, Ticket to Germany & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Kwyet Kings. The Kwyet Kings was a Norwegian garage rock & power pop band featuring past & future members of the Cosmic Dropouts, The Lust-O-Rama, Turbonegro, The Yum Yums, Euroboys and others. Their records were released on a slew of European & American labels, including three LPs on Germany's Screaming Apple Records.
The Kwyet Kings: Arne Thelin - Vocals, tambourine, maraccas Knut Schreiner - Guitars, organ, backing vocals Kåre Pedersen - Bass Otto Gamst - Drums, backing vocals + Pål Andreassen - Organ Kristian Romsøe - Backing vocals ++ Bettie Page - Number One. Категория. Number One. Исполнитель.
The Kwyet Kings were one of the handful of bands fronted by Arne Thelin, who has been busy since the late-eighties as lead singer for The Cosmic Dropouts and his subsequent band The Lust-O-Rama, who have been hailed by many as the 'Thee Kings of Euro-Garage'. Since day one he had been running his own label "That's Entertainment Records!", that left behind quite an impressive output of more than two dozen 7" and CD releases of Norwegian bands
King Bee is the fourteenth and final studio album by blues singer and guitarist Muddy Waters. Released in 1981, it is third in a series of records done for the label Blue Sky Records under producer/guitarist Johnny Winter. Recorded in three days (and in the wake of Muddy's failing health) some of the band members, namely Winter and guitarist Bob Margolin, were not happy with the result. As his health deteriorated, Muddy was forced to cancel an increasing number of shows