|Titre:||Don't Slander Me|
|Style:||Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock|
|1||The Damn Thing||4:55|
|2||Crazy Crazy Mama|
Guitar – Mike Hinton
|3||Nothing In Return||2:45|
|4||Can't Be Brought Down|
Bass – John WhitelawDrums – Jeff Sutton
Saxophone [Tenor] – Martin Fierro
|6||Burn The Flames||6:05|
Bass – John WhitelawLead Guitar – Jack Johnson
Guitar – Bill Burgess
|9||You Drive Me Crazy||2:23|
|10||Don't Slander Me|
Guitar – Mike Hinton
Recorded and Mixed at The Site Studio, San Rafael, California.
Produced by Duane Aslasken for ORB Productions.
Direction: The ORB Company, Contact: Bruce Young, Post Office Box 22129, San Francisco, CA 94122.
All tracks published by ORB Music Co. [ASCAP] except;
A5, B1, B3 - ORB Music Co./Bleib Alien Saucer Publishing [ASCAP]
B4 - Doug Sahm Music [BMI]
Special Thanks To: Howard Thompson, William Hein, Andrew Lauder, Doug Sahm, Steve Pross, Evelyn Erickson, Dick Mithune, Greg Turner, Jeff Gold, Chris Knab, Queenie Taylor, Howie Klein, Bill Allerton, Richard Foos, Ness Aquino, Chris Faville, Chet Helms, Rikki, Steve Besser, Ray Francois, John Maxwell, Captain Colourz, Phillipe Garnier, Jean Gindreau, Tom Ordon, Doug Breeding, Barry Simmons, Sandy Pearlman, The Aliens, Winston Taylor, Tom Fogerty, Patrick McGarrigle, Bill Miller, Craig Luckin, John Reed, The Explosives, Kit Buckler, Mark Elston, Lucien Grainge, Mark Zuffante, Brenda Shahan, Mitsu, Barbara Birdfeather, The Nervebreakers, Muff Winwood.
So, I've noticed that this version of the song hasn't been uploaded don't know why. This song is just too awesome to ignore. Roky Erickson- Don' don't own the copyright of this album. Buy this album to support the band. Roky Erickson. Don't Slander Me. Roky Erickson. Believe Music, WMG, The Orchard Music от лица компании Light In The Attic SOLAR Music Rights Management, Wixen 't Slander Me by Roky Erickson, released 17 September 2013 1. Don't Slander Me 2. Haunt 3. Crazy Crazy Mama 4. Nothing In Return 5. Burn The Flames 6. Bermuda 7. You Drive Me Crazy 8. Can't Be Brought Down 9. Starry Eyes 10. The Damn Thing 11. Hasn't Anyone Told You 12. Realize You're Mine 13. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 10 USD or more. Compact Disc. Compact Disc CD Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of Don't Slander Me via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Roky Erickson - Don't Slander Me 1986. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Roky Erickson - Don't Slander Me 1986. Roky Erickson - Don't Slander Me. Roky Erickson - Haunt. Roky Erickson - Crazy Crazy Mama. Roky Erickson - Nothing In Return. Roky Erickson - Burn The Flames. Roky Erickson - Bermuda. Roky Erickson - You Drive Me Crazy. Burn The Flames оригинал. Lover of Sandra. You Drive Me Crazy. Burn The Flames йэсс,Никки. Don't Slander Me is a solo album by 13th Floor Elevators singer Roky Erickson recorded in 1982 and released in 1986. It features former Jefferson Airplane bassist Jack Casady as part of Erickson's backing band. The recording of the album took two months-from 14 May till 16 July 1982. The song Burn the Flames, recorded on the very last day, was featured on the soundtrack for the 1985 horror movie The Return of the Living Dead. Album 1986 13 Songs. Rock 1986. Listen free to Roky Erickson Don't Slander Me Don't Slander Me, Haunt and more. 13 tracks 48:34. years, this alone makes it worth a listen. Even better, Don't Slander Me is one of Erickson's strongest rock albums, with his voice sharp as a switchblade and his rhythm guitar work clicking perfectly with Duane Aslaksen's. Released in 1986, Dont Slander Me is Roky Ericksons follow up to 1981s The Evil One. Musically, the album builds upon the sweaty, furious garage rock sound of The Evil One and tracks like Haunt, Burn the Flames, and The Damn Thing see Erickson returning to the horror tropes that set the tone for that earlier album. However, Dont Slander Me expands the emotional palate by folding some of those horror tropes into something one might almost call love songs see, again, Haunt and even departing from horror fare altogether on tracks like Nothing in Return, Starry Eyes, and the Budd