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A Postcard from the Day

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Released  2006
Length  70:59
Artist  The Slickee Boys
Genre  Rock music
Recorded  1980–1982
Label  Dacoit
Release date  2006
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Similar  Somewhat of an Anthology, Uh Oh… No Breaks!, Here to Stay, Live at Last, Cybernetic Dreams of Pi

A Postcard from the Day is the second live album by Washington, D.C.'s Slickee Boys, and their most recent release (Dacoit Records, catalog #2006-1). The album, compiled by guitarist Marshall Keith, collects recordings from 1980–1982, taken from shows in Maryland, Virginia, D.C., and New York City.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Life of the Party" – 3:48 (Mark Noone)
  2. "Cinderella" – 2:23 (Gerry Roslie)
  3. Originally recorded by The Sonics,
  4. "Porcelain Butter Kitten" – 2:41 (Kim Kane)
  5. "Can't Believe" – 3:46 (Marshall Keith, Noone)
  6. "Disconnected" – 2:45 (Noone, J. Charney)
  7. "Goin' All the Way/Glendora" – 4:09 (Mike Bouyea/Ray Stanley)
  8. "Goin' All the Way" originally recorded by The Squires, 1966
  9. "Glendora" originally recorded by Perry Como, 1956; also recorded by the Downliners Sect, 1966
  10. "Jailbait Janet" – 2:15 (Kenne Highland)
  11. Originally recorded by The Afrika Korps, 1977
  12. "Henry VIII" – 1:52 (Fred Murray, Robert Weston)
  13. Popular recording by Herman's Hermits, 1965
  14. "Hiccupped to Hell" – 2:13 (Ersel Wank)
  15. Originally by the Wanktones
  16. "Ain't Gettin' Any" – 3:27 (Robert Hudson, John Ford)
  17. Originally recorded by The Monks
  18. "Louise/Control" – 4:27 (Jesse Lee Kincaid/Howard Weulfing)
  19. "Louise" originally recorded by Paul Revere and the Raiders, 1966
  20. "Stepping Stone" – 3:39 (Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart)
  21. Originally recorded by Paul Revere and the Raiders, 1966; also recorded by The Monkees, 1966
  22. "Mean Screen" – 2:16 (Scott Duhamel, Eddie Flowers, Highland)
  23. Originally recorded by The Gizmos, 1976
  24. "Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In Tonite" – 1:40 (Jeremy Spencer)
  25. Originally recorded by Fleetwood Mac (as Earl Vince and The Valiants), 1969; also recorded by The Rezillos, 1978
  26. "Pictures of Matchstick Men" – 2:38 (Francis Rossi)
  27. Originally recorded by the Status Quo, 1968
  28. "A Question of Temperature" – 3:29 (Mike Appel, Ed Schnug, Don Henny)
  29. Originally recorded by The Balloon Farm, 1967
  30. "Riddles and Fairytales" – 2:17 (Tony Camp, Brian Cooke)
  31. Originally recorded by Bohemian Vendetta, 1968
  32. "Reverse Psychiatry" – 3:34 (Keith, Noone, Emery Olexa)
  33. "The Crawling Hand" – 2:45 (Keith)
  34. "Nagasaki Neuter" – 3:11 (Kane, Keith)
  35. "Weasel" (WHFS commercial) – :26
  36. "When We Were Kids" – 2:54 (Noone)
  37. "Gotta Tell Me Why" – 4:35 (Noone)
  38. "Here to Stay" – 3:49 (Noone)

The band

  • Kim Kane — Rhythm guitar
  • Marshall Keith — Lead guitar
  • Mark Noone — Lead vocals
  • Dan Palenski — Drums
  • Additional musicians

  • John Hansen — Lead vocals ("Stepping Stone")
  • Production

  • Seth Martin — Soundman
  • John Chumbris — Soundman
  • Additional credits

  • John Hansen — Stage dude
  • Tom Shea — Stage dude, cover photo, collage of photos
  • Marshall Keith — CD design
  • Cathy Gatlin — Collage of photos
  • Carol Albert — Slickette
  • Kathleen Sheedy — Slickette
  • "Thanks for setting the spark on this project: Jim Moon; for cassettes: Robbie White, Tom Shea, Kay Pauley; for carting us all over the East Coast: Tom Shea, Allen Atkinson; for paving the way: Razz; for keeping us going all those years: our great fans"
  • Recorded at:
  • The Psychedelly, Bethesda, Maryland ("Goin' All the Way/Glendora", "Stepping Stone", "Mean Screen", "Reverse Psychiatry", "When We Were Kids")
  • The Elbow Room, Harrisonburg, Virginia ("Disconnected", "Riddles and Fairytales", "Gotta Tell Me Why", "Here to Stay")
  • Desperados, Georgetown, Washington, D.C. ("Life of the Party", "The Crawling Hand")
  • The Cellar Door, Georgetown ("Cinderella", "Porcelain Butter Kitten", "Can't Believe", "Hiccupped to Hell", "Ain't Gettin' Any", "Louise/Control")
  • The Bayou, Georgetown ("Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In Tonite", "Pictures of Matchstick Men", "A Question of Temperature")
  • Columbia Station, Adams Morgan, Washington, D.C. ("Nagasaki Neuter")
  • CBGB, New York City ("Jailbait Janet", "Henry VIII")
  • References

    A Postcard from the Day Wikipedia


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