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If You Dont Mind, Mrs. Applebee - The Human Beinz - Evolutions (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The HUMAN BEINZ. "Close Your Eyes" is a delicate mostly-acoustic plea for hippie-era togetherness, "My Animal" is an oblique protest number leavened with sound effects, and "I've Got To Keep On Pushing" is a showcase for Richard Belley's snarling guitar leads.
  2. In , the Human Beinz scored a hit single with their feedback-laced cover of The Isley Brothers' "Nobody But Me", and for a brief and fleeting moment the boys from Youngstown, Ohio were bone fide rock stars. While their first album wasn't anything out of the ordinary, when they went into the studio to record their second LP, they were determined to create something unusual, and you can't.
  3. If You Don't Mind, Mrs. Applebee Written-By – Lex De Azevedo: B1: I've Got To Keep On Pushing Written-By – Lex De Azevedo, R. Youshock* B2: Cement Written-By – Richard Belley: B3: Two Of A Kind Written-By – J. Murray*, R. Kruck* B4: April 15th Written-By – Lex De Azevedo, R. Belley*
  4. The Human Beinz: point de repère du garage psychédélique. Les Premiers, mais loin d'être les derniers. Les débuts de Human Beinz remontent à l'année , date à laquelle Mel Pachuta, Gary Coates, John Dick Belley et Joe Ting Markulin, tous originaires de Youngstown et de sa région (Ohio), constituent un groupe qu'ils nomment The Premiers.
  5. With the follow-on single "You Can't Make Me Cry" b/w "The Pied Pier" attracting some local sales, Gateway invested in a supporting album. In actuality 's "The Human Beinz/Mammals" wasn't a true Beinz's solo effort. Side "A" featured four band efforts, while .
  6. Human Beinz - Evolutions - Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select your address Today's Deals Best Sellers Find a Gift Customer Service Registry New.
  7. The Human Beinz had three #1 records in Japan, by the year That was purported to be the same amount of #1 hits by the Beatles in Japan, in that same time frame. "Nobody But Me" was of course their big hit there; but "Hold On Baby" (another Isley Brothers song) and "Turn On Your Love Light" (Bobby Blue Bland hit) were also hits.5/5(4).
  8. The imperfections don't sound imperfect to my flappers. I guess you can say by today's standards it's old school thinking. I'm 53 now and have lived through a lot of great music and what I remember about that music is that it always felt good to me first and foremost.

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