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Pearl & the Oysters - Flying (Sep 15, 2017)

Pearl & the Oysters - Flying (Tom Evans - Joey Molland) 
   Juliette Pearl Davis: lead vocals and trumpet. 
   Joachim Polack: keys, guitar, bass, percussion, dr programming, backing vocals and fx. 

Juliette Davis and Joachim Polack
Originally from Paris, Juliette Davis and Joachim Polack met as teenagers and studied musicology together at university, where they fell in love with the bossa nova music of Brazil in the 1960s. Polack relocated to Florida for more school, and Davis soon followed. There, in the vibrant artist community of Gainesville, they began recording and performing pop songs inspired by their early, fantasy-like visions of The Sunshine State. The resulting album, as Pearl & The Oysters, is a charming and carefree collection which brings to mind the brightest sides of Stereolab and Broadcast. It sees release through art collective and cooperatively run label, Elestial Sound. 
Pearl & the Oysters / Pearl & the Oysters 
All tracks are written and composed by Pearl & The Oysters
except "Flying" (Tom Evans, Joey Molland) 
2017/09/15   DL   Elestial Sound:     8. Flying 
Available for download, or on cassette (100 copies only)  Artwork by Evan Galbicka (cassette) 
2017/09/15   cass   Elestial Sound:     Side:B-2. Flying 
Pearl & the Oysters cass
Pearl & the Oysters t
Pearl & the Oysters test cass

and vinyl (200 copies only Limited Edition LP)  Artwork by Manon David (vinyl) 
2017/09/15   LP   Croque Macadam:     Side:2-2. Flying 
Pearl & the Oysters - Pearl & the Oysters



Coker0415 - Flying / Come and Get It / Apple of My Eye (2017)

Coker0415 - Flying (2017) 

Coker0415 - Come and Get It (2017) 

Coker0415 - Apple of My Eye (2017) 


 Coker0415 - Believe Me / Without You (2018) 

Tom Bellacosa - Flying / Perfection / Name of the Game (2016)

Tom Bellacosa - Flying 

Tom Bellacosa - Perfection 

Tom Bellacosa - Name of the Game 


Cotton Mather - Flying (1996/Live)

Cotton Mather - Flying [T. Evans - J. Molland] 

[various artists]  Come And Get It - A Tribute To Badfinger 
1996/10/01   CD   Copper:CPR 2181     4. Flying - Cotton Mather 
Come and Get It

1999/02/08   CDS   Rainbow Quartz:RQTZ 022     3. Flying 
Cotton Mather - RQTZ 022


Phil Keaggy - Baby Blue (1994)

Phil Keaggy - Baby Blue [Pete Ham]

曲が始まる前の部分って、Money/Flying の繋ぎの部分をイメージしてやってるのかなぁ?
Sounds like he lifted the orchestration from the crossfade in the tracks Money/Flying. 
Phil Keaggy / Blue 
1994/03/29   CD   Word/Epic:EK 53591     3. Baby Blue
Phil Keaggy - Blue (1994)
"When I was four I climbed up on to the [farmyard] pump to get a drink of water when suddenly the old wooden base broke apart causing the pump to fall through [the cover,] cutting off my middle finger on the right hand." 
Phil Keaggy - Blue (1994) back


Yeah, riding around in the dark. 字幕06

Yeah, riding around in the dark.  17:28-20:04 字幕06 
[Narrator]  By now, Badfinger should have been very comfortably off, but the money was not coming through to the band. 
[John Ham]  He was changing for the gig and had on what I thought was a pair of... I don't know, comic shoes - the soles were coming away, like the old vaudeville comedians or something like that.  And I said, "Oh, part of the act, do you do a comedy number?" He said, "No, those are my stage shoes." I said, "Well, you can't wear those on stage, you're the local idle coming back." He said, "They're the only ones I've got." 
[Narrator]  Badfinger's eccentric manager, Bill Collins, had encouraged the band to put their finances in the hands of an American businessman named Stan Polley. 
[Nicky Bell]  When the started to get successful, Bill kind of got out of his depth. He did things that he thought were right for the band, but...they weren't. 
[Bill Collins]  I believe that Polley meant well, although he was a very astute businessman, you know, he knows all the tricks, and he told us, he said, "I know all the tricks, but if you play ball, I'll play ball, and we'll all get along fine, and we'll all finish up millionaires." 
[Bob]  He was the archetypal manager with a big cigar and, you know, "I'm going to take you guys to the stars," all that sort of business, and it seemed OK at first. 
[Narrator]  Polley's first move was to get Badfinger away from Apple Records and signed up to a new deal he'd negotiated with Warner Brothers. He dazzled Bill and the band with talk of huge cash advances and said that, for tax reasons, the money should be paid into a series of different bank accounts which he himself would control. 
[Bob]  He said, "Well put it all in a pot, and by the time we've reached the end of the album deals, you know, you'll all be very rich people. But in the meantime, we'll just be on a basic salary, I'm afraid."  And of course, not knowing any better and wanting to think the best of people, the band went along with it, you know. 
[Bill Collins]  All around New York in a big limo, and he said, "And it's no good you reading this contract." It was three inches thick. But he said, "Basically, you've got to understand..." And he talked and talked and talked and drummed into my mind that we had 3 million deal to make six albums in three years and, uh... 
[interviewer]  This was all in the back of a limousine in New York City? 
[Bill Collins]  Yeah, riding around in the dark. 
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