It's a Jungle Out There is the first album by Mastedon, the studio project formed by brothers John & Dino Elefante. It was released in 1989 on Regency Records, while they were setting up their own label "Pakaderm Records".
Hey you, out there in the cold Getting lonely, getting old Can you feel me Hey you, standing in the aisle With itchy feet and fading smile Can you feel me Hey you, don't help them to bury the light Don't give in without a fight Hey you, out there on your own Sitting naked by the phone Would you touch. me Hey you, with your ear against the wall Waiting for someone to call out Would you touch me Hey you, would you help me to carry the stone Open your heart, I'm coming home But it was only fantasy The wall was too high, as you can see No matter how he tried he could not break free. Magaret, time to go! Maigret, thank you for everything" Is there anybody out there? "Goodbye Chenga" "Goodbye miss. Is there anybody out there? "I'll be back" Is there anybody out there?
It's a Jungle Out There" is a song written by Randy Newman and used as the theme song for the TV series Monk starting in its second season. In 2004, it won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music. As the first season's theme song "Monk Theme" had won the same award the previous year, Monk became the first series to have two different theme songs win an Emmy for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music in consecutive years.
It’s a rallying cry for everyone and saying ‘you know what? Let’s not talk about old, let’s not talk about new, let’s talk about what is. Let’s talk about what’s good and what’s real and get behind that’. Taylor previously told Billboard in April 2018: I know that we’re gonna try and put an album out next year – however, that is all speculation, he said. The best way to make God laugh is to announce your plans out loud. So I’m just going with the flow.
man, know the crackers wish it was a noose. ne said To win the retreat, we all in too deep Pl-Pl-Playin' for keeps, don't play us for weak (Someone said) To win the retreat, we all in too deep Pl-Pl-Playin' for keeps, don't play us for weak . Someone said Shorty FaceTimed me out the blue Someone said Pl-Playin' for keeps Someone said, said Don't play us for weak. Yeah! Astro, yeah, yeah (Tay Keith, fuck these niggas up!) Ayy, ayy.
Violet Days and Violet Skies both release new singles today, which is either bad planning or great planning. On a similar note Muna and Yuna both release great songs today, and while I was compiling the playlist I got a press release for a new label called Oona. As discussed here the new Eden xo EP's out today and it's really good; So Lucky is the track that makes this week's NMF playlist. Kygo's Whitney Houston collaboration - based on a semi-unreleased cover from 1990 - is neither right not okay, but he's made it anyway. Eden's been teasing her new The Question EP for the last couple of months with glittery tunes Sorry For Myself and Have It All; the full EP is out today and it's just really great. Also out today is the video for So Lucky - as you can see from this YouTube embed holding image's 'fortune teller on a pink sports car' tableau it's a typically understated affair.
We both know that it's not fashionable to love me. Мы оба знаем, что любить меня - не модно. But you don't go 'cause truly there's nobody for you but me. Но ты не уходишь, потому что на самом деле для тебя нет никого кроме меня. We could cruise to the blues. Мы могли бы уехать к океану. We both know history of violence that surrounds you, Мы оба знаем историю насилия, которая окружает тебя, But I'm not scared, there's nothing to lose now that I've found you.
While I understand that this is due to a lack of storage space, they're separated exactly between "Goodbye Cruel World" (track 13 on the 1st disc) and "Hey You" (track 14, or 1, on the second disc, depending on how you view the numbering). Also the booklet is excellent and does a great job replicating the original vinyl LP art apart from the change in color text of front cover writing.
|1||My Blue Son
6-String Bass – Skip WardWritten-By, Acoustic Guitar, Finger Cymbals, Bells – Jim Barry Written-By, Vocals – Meredith Minogue
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Harmonica – Jim Barry Banjo – Byron EstepDrums, Percussion – Antonio GraciElectric Bass – Skip WardWritten-By, Vocals – Meredith Minogue
|3||If I Only Could
6-String Bass – Jim DonicaDrums – Antonio GraciViolin, Accordion – Deni BonetWritten-By, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin – Jim Barry Written-By, Vocals – Meredith Minogue
|4||The Martyr Song
6-String Bass – Jim DonicaDrums – Antonio GraciHarmonica, Shaker, Handclaps – Mike MennerPiano – Joe McGintyWritten-By, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Handclaps – Jim Barry Written-By, Vocals, Handclaps – Meredith Minogue
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Jim Barry Drums, Tambourine – Antonio GraciElectric Bass – Skip WardWritten-By, Vocals – Meredith Minogue
Drums, Percussion – Antonio GraciElectric Bass – Skip WardPiano – Joe McGintyViolin – Deni BonetWritten-By, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Organ – Jim Barry Written-By, Vocals – Meredith Minogue
|7||Shelter To Splinter
Acoustic Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar – Jim Barry Written-By, Vocals – Meredith Minogue
Drums, Percussion – Antonio GraciElectric Bass – Skip WardWritten-By, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin – Jim Barry Written-By, Vocals – Meredith Minogue
|9||On the Waves
Cymbal – Adam LasusElectric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, E-Bow, Bass, Mandolin, Keyboards, Organ, Wood Block – Jim Barry Written-By, Vocals – Meredith Minogue
6-String Bass – Skip WardElectric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Loops, Lap Steel Guitar, Glockenspiel, Tambourine – Jim Barry Mellotron – Joe McGintyViola – Deni BonetWritten-By, Vocals – Meredith Minogue