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8 thoughts on “ Last Of The Rock Stars - Elliott Murphy - Aquashow (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Aquashow is the debut album by singer-songwriter Elliott Murphy. It was reviewed by Paul Nelson in Rolling Stone along with Bruce Springsteen’s The Wild, the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle under the headline “He’s the Best Dylan since ”, which earned both artists the “New Dylan” tag. When Aquashow was released on CD in it was reviewed by Robert Hilburn in the Los.
  2. Added artwork for Coming Home Again vinyl. May 5, Added Promo LP Insert for Aquashow Thanks to Gabe Sasso. April 6, Added credits for Last Of The Rock Stars And You And Me Added credits for Elliott Murphy Added images for Aquashow New Zealand LP pressing.
  3. Elliott's son Gaspar has begun joining him on stage sporadically. As Elliott likes to joke, "Any night when there's more people in the audience than in the band is a good night!" Here's hoping Aquashow is soon released in an affordable format. Meantime, check out his tour schedule, see his show and go raise a glass to a true unsung rock hero.5/5(3).
  4. From folk to blues to rock, Elliott solid song writing and performance skills are amply displayed. I purchased this album for just one song - "Anastasia" - which I first heard on "underground" radio in Toronto in (CFNY - The Spirit of Radio at ). I have not heard Elliott Murphy on radio since. Radio is wrong for not playing him.5/5(3).
  5. After his debut album, Aquashow, proved a critical success and a commercial failure, Elliott Murphy switched from Polydor to RCA for Lost Generation, on which Doors producer Paul A. Rothchild and a group of L.A. session musicians gave him a better sound, while his songs seemed like outtakes from the first, Murphy was endlessly referential, name-checking everyone from Andy Warhol.
  6. MURPHY, ELLIOTT - Aquashow Deconstructed (Lp/Cd) - Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in out of 5 stars A Rock Classic. Reviewed in the United States on June 9, The original has always been my favorite Elliott Murphy album (and I have many). This new, revisited, version knocked me out. /5(14).
  7. And the 22 tracks do a fine job of hitting the high points from the artist's extensive career. The collection opens with the classic "Last of the Rock Stars," the same track that led off Murphy's first album in
  8. My first album Aquashow was sequenced by a wonderful woman named Shelly Snow who was the assistant (and wife of) Polydor A&R chief Peter Siegel who produced the album. Shelly did a marvelous job by putting what were probably the two strongest cuts on the album “Last of the Rock Stars” and “How’s the Family” one right after the other.

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