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Jad Fair - Monarchs Album
Jad Fair - Monarchs Album
Performer: Jad Fair
Title: Monarchs
Label: Iridescence Records
Country: US
Released: 1984
Style: Leftfield, Art Rock, Avantgarde
Cat: G-2
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2727 mb | MP3 size: 1276 mb | WMA size: 1450 mb
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Tracklist

1Toad
Bass – Fredrik NilsenDrums, Guitar – Jad FairGuitar – Tom RecchionWritten-By – Ginger Baker
2Lucille
Guitar – Glenn Jones Guitar [Treated] – Martin SwopeGuitar, Vocals – Jad FairPiano [Prepared] – Rick Scott Slide Guitar – Roger Miller Synthesizer, Percussion [Electronic] – Erik Lindgren Wood Block [Woodblock] – Phil MilsteinWritten-By – Albert Collins , Richard Penniman
3Guess Who
Drums – David FairGuitar, Vocals – Jad FairPercussion – John Dreyfuss, Mark JicklingWritten-By – Arthur Freed, Burton Lane
4Ring
Instruments, Vocals – Jad Fair
5Thank You
6She Went Downtown
Instruments, Vocals – Jad Fair
7I Told Lies
Drums – David FairGuitar – Mark JicklingGuitar, Vocals – Jad FairSaxophone – John Dreyfuss
8We Are Good
Drums – John DreyfussGuitar – Mark JicklingGuitar, Vocals – Jad FairPercussion – David Fair
9I Changed My Mind Twice
Bass – Don FlemingDrums – David FairGuitar – Mark JicklingGuitar, Vocals – Jad FairSaxophone – John Dreyfuss
10Rambi Shimba
Instruments, Vocals – Jad Fair
11Stephanie
Instruments, Vocals – Jad Fair
12... To Reveal Yet Another Face. This One Even More Frightening Than The One Before. Immediately I Jumped From My Chair And Ran Toward The Door. I Now Knew What I Needed To. Unfortunately... So Did He.
Drums, Bass, Performer [Musette] – Tom RecchionGuitar – Jad Fair
13Say It Again
Drums – David FairGuitar – Mark JicklingGuitar, Vocals – Jad FairPercussion – John Dreyfuss
14All Shook Up
Bass – Mark JicklingDrums – David FairPercussion – John DreyfussVocals – Margie MoremanVocals, Guitar – Jad FairWritten-By – Elvis Presley, Otis Blackwell
15The End
Organ – Jad FairSynthesizer [Beep] – Tom Recchion
16Early In The Morning
Instruments, Vocals – Jad Fair
17Hang Seven
Guitar – Glenn Jones , Jad Fair, Phil MilsteinGuitar [Treated] – Martin SwopeInstruments [Unidentified Instrument] – Rick Scott Organ, Percussion [Electronic], Organ – Erik Lindgren Piano [Fork And Pan] – Roger Miller
18Folsom Prison Blues
Bass – Mark JicklingDrums – David FairGuitar, Vocals – Jad FairPercussion – John DreyfussVocals – Margie MoremanWritten-By – Johnny Cash
19From Where I Stood I Could See The Shape That Once Was Formless Take On The Characteristics Of A Human Being. Who Are You?, I Gasped. Do You Not Know Me?, He Replied. I Was Once A Very Powerful Man. (A King).
Drums, Bass [Six-string] – Tom RecchionPerformer [This And That] – Jad Fair
20No No No No No
Instruments, Vocals – Jad Fair
21Starry Eyes
Guitar – Glenn Jones , Mark JicklingGuitar [Treated] – Martin SwopeGuitar, Vocals – Jad FairOrgan – Rick Scott Percussion [Electronic], Synthesizer – Erik Lindgren Piano [Semi-prepared] – Roger Miller Tambourine – Phil MilsteinWritten-By – Roky Erickson
22Amnesia
Instruments, Vocals – Jad Fair

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
G-2Jad Fair Monarchs ‎(LP, Album)Iridescence RecordsG-2US1984
G-2Jad Fair Monarchs ‎(LP, Album)Iridescence RecordsG-2US1984
G-2Jad Fair Monarchs ‎(LP, Album)Iridescence RecordsG-2US1984
G-2Jad Fair Monarchs ‎(LP, Album)Iridescence RecordsG-2US1984
DRJIM 20Jad Fair Monarchs ‎(CD, Album, RE)Dr Jim's RecordsDRJIM 20Australia1997

Credits

  • Artwork By – Jad Fair
  • Written-ByJad Fair (tracks: A1 to A5, A7 to B1, B3, B7 to B11), Tom Recchion (tracks: B3, B11)

Notes

Including a 2-sided insert with track titles and credits on one side and a (until then unreleased) poem by Ernest Noyes Brookings.

Jacket comes in different colour variations:
yellow & red
yellow & green (this one)
blue & purple
blue & green
light blue & dark blue
light red & dark red
red & black
red & blue
green & white

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: G-2~A SLM Δ 6975 /-
  • Matrix / Runout: G-2~B SLM Δ 6975-X /-

Album

Listen free to Jad Fair Monarchs Starry Eyes, Thank you and more. 22 tracks . A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Jad Fair. Play album. Get album. Jad Fair born June 9, 1954 is an American singer, guitarist, graphic artist, and founding member of lo-fi alternative rock group Half Japanese. Fair was born in Coldwater, Michigan. In 1974, he and his brother David formed the lo-fi group Half Japanese. Since then, Half Japanese has released nearly 30 records. Besides Half Japanese, Fair performs and records as a solo artist, and collaborates with artists such as Terry Adams, Kramer, Norman Blake, Kevin Blechdom, Isobel Campbell, Eugene Chadbourne. Artist: Jad Fair Album: Monarchs 1984. Jad Fair & Phono Comb - Monsters, Lullabies. Cover information about the songs on the release Monarchs by Jad Fair: who covered the songs, who sang the : Jad Fair. Date Released: 1982. Label: Iridescence. Produced By: Jad Fair. Tracklisting: Starry Eyes. Guess Who. She Went Downtown. Hang Seven. Fulsom Prison Blues. I Changed My Mind Twice. Early In The Morning. I Told Lies. Reveal Yet Another Face. This One Even More Frightening Than The One Before. Immediately I Jumped From My Chair and Ran Toward the Door. I Now Knew What I Needed To. So Did He. by Jad Fair. released: 1997. Genres . On this page you can download Jad Fair albums and mp3 songs compilations for free without registration. songs count. All21 Album12 EP1 Compilation8. Pattern Pageantry CD1. Rock Pop. Holiday Party, Vol. Genre: Electronic, Rock Album: Monarchs Country: US Released: 1984 Style: Leftfield, Art Rock, Avantgarde MP3 version RAR size: 1240 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1571 mb WMA version RAR size: 1928 mb Rating: 4. 5 Votes: 928 Other Formats: TTA APE VOX RA MP1 DMF AAC. Starry Eyes

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