|A3||There We Were|
|A4||Days Of The Rest Of My Life|
|A5||Face On Wrong|
|B2||One Up On You|
|B3||Catch My Drift|
|B4||Waking Up Is Hard To Do|
|B5||No More Blues|
|B6||Ship Of Fools|
|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|
Ralph Mooney, Chuck Seals. Originally by Kenny Brown and Marilyn Kaye and The Arkansas Ramblers. Discover The Original. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information.
Directed by Stanley Kramer, this 1965 film deals with a German ship heading to its port in Bremerhaven in 1933 and the lives of some of its passengers. This is one of the best all-star casts ever assembled, right up there with "All About Eve" and "The Long, Hot Summer. The performances are as magnificent as the film is relentlessly depressing, with a Jewish man put at a table with a dwarf, while at the captain's table, another man preaches about the new Germany and extermination of Jews, the elderly, and those who are not fit.
No More Shall We Part is the eleventh studio album by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, released on 2 April 2001 in the UK (and 10 April in the US). The album came after a 4-year gap from recording, following the much acclaimed album The Boatman's Call. Cave had to overcome heavy heroin and alcohol addictions in 1999-2000 before starting work on the album.
That I meet In the summer Indian summer. I love you The best Better than all The rest. About Indian Summer. This song depicts one meeting his/her love during an Indian summer, a period defined by the US National Weather Service as any spell of warm, quiet, hazy weather that may occur in October or even early November. It is commonly refered to by the image of trees with yellow, red and orange leafs, right before Fall . 7. Land Ho! 8. The Spy. 9. Queen of the Highway.
Ship of Fools was live. 10 hrs ·. We're back for set 2.
Complete summary of Katherine Anne Porter's Ship of Fools. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of Ship of Fools. Porter derived the title of her only novel, Ship of Fools, from a fifteenth century moral allegory by Sebastian Brant. In her brief introduction, Porter states that she had read a German translation of the work while she still vividly recalled her impressions of her first trip to Europe in 1931. The thirty-odd important characters include men and women of various ages and classes from the United States, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Cuba, Mexico, and Sweden. The novel opens as the passengers embark on August 22, 1931, from Veracruz, Mexico .