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Henry Rollins - Get In The Van: On The Road With Black Flag Scarica Album
Non musica
Interprete: Henry Rollins
Titolo: Get In The Van: On The Road With Black Flag
Stile: Spoken Word
Anno 1994
Paese Germany
Etichetta RCA, BMG
Numero di Catalogo 74321 24238 2
Genere: Non musica
Valutazione: 4.8
Voti: 930
Dimensione Mp3: 1157 mb
Dimensione Flac: 2566 mb
Dimensione Wma: 2118 mb
Registra da: 2 × CD

Henry Rollins - Get In The Van: On The Road With Black Flag Scarica Album

Tracklist

11981-198377:47
21984-198676:41

Versioni

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2-520998Henry Rollins Get In The Van ‎(2xCD, Album)Time Warner AudioBooks, 2.13.612-520998US1994
4-520998Henry Rollins Get In The Van ‎(2xCass, Album)Time Warner AudioBooks, 2.13.614-520998US1994
213CD1203Henry Rollins Get In The Van: On The Road With Black Flag ‎(2xCD, Album)2.13.61 Records213CD1203US1994
213CD20Henry Rollins Get In The Van: On The Road With Black Flag ‎(2xCD, Album)2.13.61 Records213CD20US2001
74321242382Henry Rollins Get In The Van ‎(2xCD, Album)Time Warner AudioBooks, 2.13.61, BMG74321242382Australasia1994

Crediti

  • Art Direction, DesignTimothy L. Eames
  • Edited By, Executive ProducerAlyson L. Careaga, Richard Bishop
  • Photography – Ed Colver, Gary Leonard, Glen E. Friedman, Hilary Davis, Naomi Peterson, Peter Gruchot, Suzan Carson
  • ProducerAlyson L. Careaga, Henry Rollins
  • Read By, Written ByHenry Rollins
  • Recorded By, EngineerRae DiLeo

Note

Henry Rollins narrates the story of his life on the road with Black Flag.

Made in Germany (see IFPIs and CD print)

Codici a barre

  • Barcode: 7 4321 24238 2 2
  • Other (Label Code): LC 0316
  • Other (Rights Society): GEMA
  • Other (Rights Society): B.I.E.M.
  • Other (IFPI Codes outside): IFPI L022 / IFPI L023
  • Other (IFPI Codes inside): IFPI 07 / IFPI 07

Video

Album

An abridgement of his journals and reflections on first becoming a fan and then a member of Black Flag, Get in the Van: On the Road is an often fantastic and quite a hilarious peek into not only his past but that of American punk music across the nation. Though Rollins usually succeeds best with an audience to interact with, his low, steady intensity carries well through the disc, and in some respects all he has to do is let the story tell itself. Get in the Van is a memoir by singer, writer and spoken word artist Henry Rollins first published in 1994 by Rollins' own company, Publications. The book is composed of journal entries that Rollins kept while he was lead singer of the band Black Flag from 1981 to its breakup in 1986. Other text includes recollections of times when he had yet to start, or had lapsed in, his journal-keeping. Buy the album for USD . Learn More. 2 Songs, 2 Hours 34 Minutes. Get In the Van: On the Road With Black Flag Henry Rollins. The Almighty Black Flag Henry Minces No Words Ever, And Lets It Rip This Book Is A Work Of Gritty Hardcore Art That Is Soaked In Henry's Blood, Sweat, And Tears. Nothing Is Shyed Away From, Thoughts, Emotions, Opinions, And The Truths Are Are All Layed Out For The Reader To Experience. Rollins' anecdotes of life on the road with Black Flag and back in The Shed are fascinating, but for me the most fascinating parts of Get in the Van are about Rollins' thought development and epiphanies that lead to his convictions about his artistic direction. Henry Rollins narrates the story of his life on the road with Black Flag. Recorded in Los Angeles, Summer 1994. Codice a barre e altri identificatori. Privacy Preference Center. We process user's data to deliver content or advertisements and measure the delivery of such content or advertisements, extract insights and generate reports to understand service usage andor accessing or storing information on devices for that purpose. Below you may read further about the purposes for which we process data, exercise your preferences for processing, andor see our partners. Henry Rollins: Get in the Van: On the Road With Black Flag 1994. Did Jack Kerouac ever write a book this great In a word, no. This is the real on-the-road American adventure: a band of antisocial maniacs who hate each other crammed in a van, bumming from town to town, sleeping on floors when theyre lucky, getting clubbed by the cops when theyre not, doing it all for those few minutes of glorious noise. She also produces Courtney Loves first album with Hole: Courtney told me she thought Kurt Cobain was hot, which made me cringe inside and hope the two of them would never meet. We all said to ourselves, Uh-oh, train wreck coming. discussed in biography. In Henry Rollins. for best spoken-word album for Get in the Van: On the Road. 2004, served as an outlet for his eclectic taste in music, and The Henry Rollins Show 200607 was a unique twist on thediscussed in biography. for best spoken-word album for Get in the Van: On the Road with Black Flag 1994. His popular Harmony in My Head radio show, which debuted in 2004, served as an outlet for his eclectic taste in music, and The Henry Rollins Show 200607 was a unique twist on the . I was lucky enough to see Black Flag three times in the mid 1980's and was left dazed each time. Henry was every bit as sweaty and psychotic as his legend describes. This is a great little book that really immerses the reader into the world of hardcore punk back in the day. Had the young Rollins's life been anything other than miserable, he might never have quit his McJob to Get in the Van. The Henry Rollins of today appears remarkably well adjusted in comparison with his young self. Read more. 4 people found this helpful. This article originally appeared in the April 1986 issue of SPIN. Black Flag was my favorite band. I constantly played what few records they had out. I met them in the spring of 1981 and hung out with them for most of their brief stay when they visited Washington, D. to play two sets at the 9:30 Club. Chuck Dukowski gave me a demo tape of their unreleased music. Every morning before I went to work, I would play that tape: Damage, Police Story, No More, and their version of Louie, Louie. I loved and hated the tape. The tunes were great and the words said what I was feeling. But I ha. Get in the Van book. As a member of the seminal punk band Black Flag, Henry Rollins kept. Rollins dec As a member of the seminal punk band Black Flag, Henry Rollins kept detailed tour diaries that form the basis of Get in the Van