|Publié sur:||20 Jul 1999|
|Catalogue #:||SC 11075, A 30731|
|Label:||Sundazed Music, Sony Music Special Products|
|2||Givin' Up Things||0:59|
|3||Furry Heroine (Halo Of Gold)||3:36|
|4||I Think You And I||1:14|
|5||It's The Best Thing For You||2:48|
|7||Books Of Moses||2:42|
|10||Weighted Down (The Prison Song)||6:27|
|11||War In Peace||4:05|
|12||All Come To Meet Her||2:04|
|14||Grey / Afro||9:38|
|15||Lawrence Of Euphoria||1:31|
|18||Margaret - Tiger Rug||2:17|
|19||Keep Everything Under Your Hat||3:06|
|20||Dixie Peach Promenade (Yin For Yang)||2:53|
|22||If I'm Good||0:47|
|24||This Time He Has Come||4:42|
|CS 9831||Alexander Spence||Oar (LP, Album)||Columbia||CS 9831||US||1969|
|ED 282||Alexander Spence||Oar (LP, Album, RE)||Edsel Records||ED 282||UK||1988|
|LP 5030||Alexander Spence||Oar (LP, Album, RE)||Sundazed Music, Columbia||LP 5030||US||2000|
|SC 11075, A 30731||Alexander Spence||Oar (CD)||Sundazed Music, Sony Music Special Products||SC 11075, A 30731||US||1999|
|CS 9831||Alexander Spence||Oar (LP, Album)||Columbia||CS 9831||Canada||1969|
Version with different Mould SID Code and different Matrix / Runout
No DADC Code on Label
Mastered at Sundazed Studios, Coxsackie, NY, May 19, 1999.
Originally issued as Columbia CS 9381, May 19, 1969.
Original recording dates:
Tracks 3 & 6 recorded December 3, 1968, Nashville, Tennessee.
Tracks 1, 2 & 5 recorded December 5, 1968, Nashville, Tennessee.
Tracks 9 & 11 recorded December 6, 1968, Nashville, Tennessee.
Tracks 4, 7, 8, 10, 12 & 13-22 recorded December 12, 1968, Nashville, Tennessee.
"Sundazed is proud to restore the original Columbia album version of 'Oar' (tracks 1-12 on this disc) directly from the Nashville 2-track master tapes, circa 1968.
The bonus cuts (tracks 13-22) on this Sundazed edition are exact representations of what Skip recorded on December 12, 1968 - the last day of the heady and historic 'Oar' sessions."
Dedicated in loving memory to Mrs. Gwenneth Spence (May 21, 1918 - October 14, 1992).
Original dedication: Olga
©1999 Sundazed Music, Inc.
℗1999 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Oar is the only solo studio album by American rock musician Skip Spence, released on May 19, 1969 by Columbia Records. It was recorded over seven days in December 1968 in Nashville, and features Spence on all of the instruments. Described as one of the most harrowing documents of pain and confusion ever made, the album was recorded after Spence had spent six months in Bellevue Hospital. Spence had been committed to Bellevue following a delusion-driven attempt to attack Moby Grape bandmates Don. Oar - Alexander 'Skip' Spence. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Alexander Spence. Oar was certainly not the album anyone expected from this psychedelic San Francisco hipster, an album that was released in February of 69 by the major label Columbia, with absolutely zero promotion, and perhaps a bit of indifference, with Spence riding on his name and past reputation alone. Songs in album Alexander Spence - Oar 1969. Alexander Spence - Little Hands. Alexander Spence - Cripple Creek. Alexander Spence - Diana. Alexander Spence - Margaret-Tiger Rug. Alexander Spence - Weighted Down The Prison Song. Alexander Spence - War In Peace. Alexander Spence - Broken Heart. Alexander Spence - All Come To Meet Her. Alexander Spence - Books Of Moses. Alexander Spence - Dixie Peach Promenade Yin For Yang. Alexander S. Alexander Skip Spence. Released May 19, 1969. Oar Tracklist. About Oar. This is the only solo album by former Jefferson Airplane drummer and Moby Grape guitaristsingersongwriter Alexander Spence, aka Skip Spence. He wrote the material during his six-month confinement to New York Citys famous some might say infamous Bellevue Hospitals Psychiatric Ward, which some New Yorkers refer to as the looney bin. Indeed, Skips tenure as a Bellevue patient came as a result of an incident involving his use of a fire axe as a means of attempted entry to the New York hotel rooms of Moby Grape bandmates Jerry Miller guitar and Don Stevenson drums. Album: Oar, 1969, Columbia Records. Alexander 'Skip' Spence. SME от лица компании ColumbiaLegacy EMI Music Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management, LatinAutor, CMRRA, 1969 22 Songs. A prime mover on San Franciscos psychedelic scene, Spence lent his shambolic drumming to an early incarnation of Jefferson Airplane and gained fame as a member of Moby Grape. Listen free to Alexander Skip Spence Oar Little Hands, Cripple Creek and more. 12 tracks 44:35. Oar is ranked 2,470th in the overall chart, 219th in the 1960s, and 62nd in the year 1969. This album is rated in the top 6 of all albums on