The Fugs - Golden Filth mp3 downloadPerformer: The Fugs
Title: Golden Filth
Style: Comedy Rock,Folk-Rock,Proto-Punk,Psychedelic/Garage,Rock & Roll
Location: Fillmore East
Date of recording: June 1, 1968
Size MP3 version: 1734 mb
Size FLAC version: 1916 mb
Size WMA version: 1508 mb
Format: ADX MOD MIDI AUD MP2 DMF
Genre: Pop Rock
The Fugs - Golden Filth mp3 download
Golden Filth Tracklist. 1. Slum Goddess Lyrics.
By the time of this recording on June 1, 1968 at the Fillmore East, the Fugs had evolved from their primitive beginnings into a pretty full and tight rock band. They'd also grown into a pretty large group, in fact, with ten musicians, including two drummers. However, most of the material was initially recorded between 1965 and 1966, ESP era.
The album charted number 95 on Billboard's "Top Pop Albums" chart. The album was re-released on CD in 1993 as The Fugs Second Album under the Fantasy label with five additional tracks: two live performances and three tracks recorded for Atlantic in 1967 for an album that was never released.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Fugs, The - Golden Filth. Photo of Fugs, The - Golden Filth. More albums of Fugs, The: Tenderness Junction. It Crawled Into My Hand, Honest. This album was released on the label Edsel Records (catalog number ED 217). This album was released in 1987 year.
Golden Filth is conspicuous as the only live album in the lot. Recorded at Bill Graham's Fillmore East, the set includes "I Want to Know," in addition to tracks from their ESP days - including "Coca Cola Douche," which is titled "CCD" for obvious legal reasons. The original album art from Cal Schenkel is also reproduced within the memorabilia-laden liner notes. The Fugs Tuli Kupferberg - Vocals Ed Sanders - Vocals Ken Weaver - Drums, Vocals Ken Pine - Guitar, Vocals Danny Kootch - Guitar, Violin Charles Larkey - Bass.
The Fugs: Golden Filth Not enough Tuli and a touch too much Ed, but this LP-recorded June 1, 1968, at one of their last shows-is their scush-slurfing testament
The Fugs are a band formed in New York City in late 1964 by the poets Ed Sanders and Tuli Kupferberg, with Ken Weaver on drums. Soon afterward, they were joined by Peter Stampfel and Steve Weber of the Holy Modal Rounders. Kupferberg named the band from a euphemism for fuck used in Norman Mailer's novel The Naked and the Dead. The band led the underground scene of the 1960s and became an important part of the American counterculture of that decade.
Classic live Fugs album. I got this when I was in high school. Could not play the record when my mom was in earshot, but all my friends and I love this album, still do. These guys are in music history books, folks. This album is not for the faint of heart in these rigidly comically-correct times, but remains entertaining, if for nothing else by the between-song banter.
|1||Slum Goddess Ken Weaver||The Fugs||3:12|
|2||CCD Tuli Kupferberg||The Fugs||2:56|
|3||How Sweet I Roamed Ed Sanders||The Fugs||3:27|
|4||I Couldn't Get High Ken Weaver||The Fugs||4:12|
|5||Saran Wrap Ed Sanders||The Fugs||3:49|
|6||I Want to Know Ed Sanders||The Fugs||2:39|
|7||Homemade Ed Sanders||The Fugs||5:21|
|8||Nothing Tuli Kupferberg||The Fugs||4:58|
|9||Supergirl Tuli Kupferberg||The Fugs||2:43|
CreditsThe Fugs - Primary Artist
Howard Johnson - Saxophone, Tuba
Tuli Kupferberg - Composer, Vocals
Charles Larkey - Bass
Carl Lynch - Guitar
Bob Mason - Drums
Ken Pine - Guitar
Ed Sanders - Composer, Producer
Cal Schenkel - Cover Art
Warren Smith - Arranger, Conductor
Richard Tee - Organ
Ed Thrasher - Art Direction
Julius Watkins - French Horn
Ken Weaver - Composer, Drums, Vocals