Stand by Your Man is an EP released in 1982. It is a collaboration of the bands Motörhead and the Plasmatics. It is notorious as the reason "Fast" Eddie left Motörhead, more so than the bad reception the EP received. Lemmy and Wendy O. Williams had organised to do a duet of the famous Tammy Wynette country song, though most critics, and fans, to this day are baffled by the choice; Wendy coming from the Punk scene in the mid-late 70s and Lemmy having a mixture of Rock genres.
Stand by Your Man. Motörhead. Featuring Wendy O. Williams. Stand by Your Man Lyrics
Wendy & Lemmy - Stand by Your Man (Tammy Wynette cover). Side B. 2. Plasmatics - No Class (Motörhead cover). This collaboration between members of Motörhead and Plasmatics was recorded in May 1982 and led to the departure of guitarist Fast Eddie" Clarke. Recording information: Recorded at Eastern Sound, Toronto, Canada, May 1982. Identifiers: Matrix, Runout (A-side): BRO 151 A//1 ▽ 420 T Matrix, Runout (B-side): BRO 151 B//1 ▽ 420 T. Added by: Agathocles. Modified by: Manalishi69.
Now Motörhead are putting out Bad Magic, their 22nd album and fifth in a decade, this week, and it's packed with 12 original songs, including "The Devil," which features a guest shot by Queen guitarist Brian May and a reverent cover of the Rolling Stones' "Sympathy for the Devil. We were in the studio doing the last album that I was on, Warrior on the Edge of Time. We started playing and it caught on and we put it on the B side of "Kings of Speed. The song was about speed and it was an issue to Hawkwind, and that's why I got fired. Stand by Your Man . I didn't write that one, but we did it with Wendy O. Wendy was a problem child. She was all over the place.
Request an album send to friend. Leaving Here - Second Hand Songs (2016). Lemmy (Motorhead) - Leaving Here - Second Hand Songs. Stand By Your Man (Tammy Wynette). feat Tammy Wynette, Lemmy, Wendy O.
Lemmy's collaboration with Girlschool dates all the way back in 1979 when they opened for Motörhead on the band's Overkill tour. While Dave "Giggles" Gilligan from their label's office scouted Girlschool, Lemmy listened to a single and found them "fucking excellent," and the rest is rock history. I liked the idea of girls being in a band," he says in White Line Fever. He didn't stop with Girlschool - a short handful of years later, in 1982, he took on collaborator Wendy O. Williams as a new sort of protegé.