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The Primitives - The Ostrich/Sneaky Pete album

The Primitives  - The Ostrich/Sneaky Pete album
  • Performer The Primitives
  • Title The Ostrich/Sneaky Pete
  • Country US
  • Style Garage Rock, Novelty, Rock & Roll
  • Other formats AAC WMA DMF DXD VOX VOC MP3
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1113 mb
  • Size FLAC 1564 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 977

Album The Ostrich, Sneaky Pete. Okay, I want everybody to settle down now, we got something new we're gonna show you, man It's gonna rock you dead come upside your head. You get ready? Said here we go yay, alright, come on Come on Come on, let's go Yeah! All right. Everybody get down on your basement Get ready yeah, OK come on. Hey put your hands up, upside your knees Now do the ostrich Do the ostrich

This record was also the first Reed recorded using his ostrich tuning, that sees the six strings of the guitar all tuned to the same note, which is generally acknowledged to give a droning effect, although one that can clearly be pleasing.

album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for the primitives - the ostrich/ sneaky pete. The Velvet Underground - I'm Not A Young Man Anymore (Live at the Gymnasium).

Repro of Primitives 45 in plain white sleeve - the record is an imitation of the original Pickwick label and logo, but spelled "Dickwick". This 7" is a real must-have for every Lou Reed, Velvet Underground fan! Background story: in 1963, Lou Reed moved to New York City and began working as an in-house songwriter for Pickwick Records. In 1964 he scored a minor hit with the single "The Ostrich", a parody novelty song of popular dance songs such as "The Twist"

The ostrich guitar or ostrich tuning is a type of trivial tuning. It assigns one note to all strings, . E-E-e-e-e'-e' or D-D-D-D-d'-d'. The term "ostrich guitar" was coined by the Velvet Underground's Lou Reed after the pre-Velvet Underground song "The Ostrich" by Lou Reed and the Primitives, on which he first recorded using this tuning, the first known commercial composition to make use of a trivial guitar tuning.

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Side 1 01. After Hours (The Carol Lou Trio) 02. Leave Her For Me (The Shades) 03. So Blue (The Shades) 04. Why Don't You Smile (The All Night Workers) 05. (Do) The Ostrich (The Primitives) 06. Sneaky Pete (The Primitives) 07. Cycle Annie (The Beachnuts). Side 2 01. I've Got A Tiger In My Tank (The Beachnuts) 02. You're Driving Me Insane (The Roughnecks) 03. Loop (Magazine Flexi Disc) 04.

Tracklist

A The Ostrich 2:25
B Sneaky Pete 2:08

Credits

  • Other [An L.h. Production] – Lee Haridan
  • Written-By – Vance*, Sims*, Reed*, Philips*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PC-9001 The Primitives The Ostrich / Sneaky Pete ‎(7", Single, Promo) Pickwick City Records PC-9001 US 1964
DC-9001 The Primitives The Ostrich / Sneaky Pete ‎(7", Single, RE, Unofficial) Dickwick City Records DC-9001 US Unknown


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this bootleg reissue single originally came out with a picture sleeve, featuring a band pic on the front (+ "NYC 1.964") and a young Lou Reed with sunglasses on the back.