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With the Naked Eye

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Released  1979
Artist  The Greg Kihn Band
Genre  Rock
Length  30:05
Release date  1979
Label  Beserkley Records
Recorded  1978-1979 Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco
Producer  Glen Coloktin, Kenny Laguna, Matthew King Kaufman
With the Naked Eye (1979)  Glass House Rock (1980)
Similar  Glass House Rock, Kihntagious, Next of Kihn, RocKihnRoll, Kihnspiracy

With the Naked Eye is a 1979 studio album released by American singer-songwriter Greg Kihn and the first album to be released under The Greg Kihn Band. The album took the band in a new direction, with less acousticly driven songs and a more straightforward rock sound.

Contents

The album features a cover version of the Bruce Springsteen song "Rendezvous" as well as a cover of Jonathan Richman's "Roadrunner", which became a live staple for The Greg Kihn Band.

Personnel

  • Greg Kihn - lead vocals (all but 8), rhythm guitar
  • Dave Carpender - lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Steve Wright - bass, backing vocals
  • Larry Lynch - drums, backing and lead (8) vocals
  • Production

  • Producers: Glen Coloktin, Kenny Laguna, Matthew King Kaufman
  • Engineer: Glen Coloktin, Jeffrey Norman
  • Mastering: George Horn
  • Art direction: Niva Port, Reva Fredrickson
  • Artwork/Design: Hugh Brown
  • Logistics: Brian Murray, Gerry Blumenthal
  • Songs

    1Rendezvous2:25
    2In The Naked Eye3:15
    3Getting Away With Murder2:45

    References

    With the Naked Eye Wikipedia


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