Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Just Got Back From The City

Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Just Got Back From The City

Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Just Got Back From The City

Format: CD

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Title: Just Got Back From The City
Artist: Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band
Label: Greyscale
UPC: 5060230869872
Genre: Rock

CD reissue. The word 'genius' is very much over-used by music journalists, and there are a very few people within the rock music genre who are actually deserving of the term. Don Van Vliet, better known by the soubriquet of Captain Beefheart, is one of those few. Eccentric to the edge of insanity, and legendarily brutal to his musicians, he released a string of records from the mid-60s until he retired from the music business in 1982, disappearing with his wife into the desert to be a painter. This is a collection of previously unreleased recordings from 1965-67, which includes demos for such perennial favorites as 'Yellow Brick Road'. Truly, they don't make music like this anymore, and I seriously doubt that they ever will.

1.1 Obeah Man (1965 Demo)
1.2 Just Got Back from the City (1966 Demo)
1.3 I'm Glad (1966 Demo)
1.4 Triple Combination (1966 Demo)
1.5 Here I Am Always I Am (Early 1966 Demo)
1.6 Here I Am Always I Am (Late 1966 Demo)
1.7 Somebody in My House (1966 Live)
1.8 Tupelo (1966 Live)
1.9 Evil Is Going on (1966 Live)
1.10 Old Folk's Boogie (1967 Live)
1.11 Call on Me (1965 Acetate Demo)
1.12 Sure Nuff N Yes I Do (1967 Acetate Demo)
1.13 Yellow Brick Road (1967 Acetate Demo)
1.14 Plastic Factory (1967 Acetate Demo)
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