1. Sadly, the most distinctive thing about Spooky Tooth's sixth album is its title. While the band became a well-oiled ensemble of talented musicians (especially with the addition of future Foreigner guitarist Mick Jones), it wasn't especially groundbreaking or original, relying too much on generic early-'70s blues-rock, with pedestrian, humorless lyrics.
  2. It's All About () Society's Child (Baby, I've Been Thinking) Love Really Changed Me Here I Lived So Well Too Much Of Nothing Sunshine, Help Me It's All About A Roundabout Tobacco Road It Hurts You So Forget It, I Got It Bubbles Spooky Two () Waitin' for the Wind Feelin' Bad I've Got Enough Heartaches Evil Woman Lost in My Dream That Was Only Yesterday Better by You, Better Than Me.
  3. Spooky Tooth Spooky Tooth US vinyl LP album (LP record) Tracklisting / Additional Info: 1. It's All About A Roundabout 2. Tobacco Road 3. It Hurts You So 4. Forget It, I Got It 5. Bubbles 6. Society's Child 7. Love Really Changed Me 8. Here I Lived So Well 9. Too .
  4. Although very much an album of its time (), this was Spooky Tooth's most diverse and accomplished album overall. Highlights include the wonderfully catchy 'Love Really Changed Me' (check out that irresistable keyboard riff!), the harpsichord-accompanied title track, and the incredible cover of Janis Ian's 'Society's Child' that opens the record/5(18).
  5. It may be sacrilege to say it, but I think I like this album almost as much as I like Spooky Two, this band's now legendary ponvosasthetowho.anoferzitofetibucknessivovil.infoinfogh Spooky Two is probably more focused in style and vibe (this one's more of a fusion of 60's psychedelic and the heavier, trippy hard rock that would make them more famous), the band's debut is just as energetic, and it rocks just as hard/5(19).
  6. Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the album It's All About by Spooky Tooth on iHeartRadio!
  7. Jul 10,  · Henry wanted to make an avant-garde album based on a Catholic Mass, with Spooky Tooth providing the backdrop. Still somewhat puzzled by the whole idea, the band agreed, on the proviso that it wouldn’t be released as an official Spooky Tooth LP. “We had a meeting, then went into Morgan Studios and started recording,” says Kellie.
  8. It contains the band's debut album plus a lot of bonus tracks. But you're better off getting the "Lost in My Dream" 2 CD anthology of Spooky Tooth instead. I bought this CD because I am something of a "completist". But I like it because it contains both the LP and single versions of "Sunshine Help Me", my favorite Spooky Tooth song/5(18).
  9. This full-length debut from British blues-rockers Spooky Tooth has a tone similar to Traffic with its psychedelic take on the influential pop and soul music of the '60s. A few cover tunes including Janis Ian's "Society's Child" and the Nashville Teens' "Tobacco Road" are included, but original songs like the soulful ballad "It Hurts You So" and "Bubbles" (with its Beach Boys sensibility) are.

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