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The Werewolves - Ship Of Fools (Summer Weekends And No More Blues) album

The Werewolves - Ship Of Fools (Summer Weekends And No More Blues) album
Performer: The Werewolves
Title: Ship Of Fools (Summer Weekends And No More Blues)
Released: 1978
Country: US
Style: Classic Rock
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 402
Formats: AU ASF AC3 MMF VQF AAC TTA
MP3 size: 1983 mb
FLAC size: 1958 mb

Tracklist

A1 Baby Eyes
A2 Crazy Arms
A3 There We Were
A4 Days Of The Rest Of My Life
A5 Face On Wrong
B1 Summer Weekends
B2 One Up On You
B3 Catch My Drift
B4 Waking Up Is Hard To Do
B5 No More Blues
B6 Ship Of Fools

Credits

  • Drums, Percussion – Bobby Baranowski
  • Guitar – Seab Meador
  • Horns, Keyboards – Joey Stann
  • Producer – Andrew Loog Oldham
  • Vocals – Brian Papageorge
  • Vocals, Guitar, Bass – Buckner Ballard, Kirk Brewster

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
APL1-3079 The Werewolves* Ship Of Fools (Summer Weekends And No More Blues) ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor APL1-3079 US 1978
AFL1-3079 The Werewolves* Ship Of Fools (Summer Weekends And No More Blues) ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor AFL1-3079 US 1978

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