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Baby What You Want Me To Do - John Cale - Helen Of Troy

  1. Fezuru

    John Cale— Helen of Troy Released on Island Later that autumn, with this same lineup and for twice as many dates, Cale commenced touring “Helen of Troy” and the group’s road-tested chemistry easily intuited every mountain and canyon of Cale’s unpredictable topography. “Baby, What You Want Me To Do?” is one slow.
  2. Fauzragore

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Helen Of Troy on Discogs.
  3. Dibei

    This double CD combines all three of John Cale's mid-'70s Island albums (Fear, Slow Dazzle, and Helen of Troy) into one package, with the addition of some interesting bonus tracks: outtakes from Slow Dazzle and Helen of Troy, the B-side "Sylvia Said," "Leaving It up to You" (which only appeared on early copies of Helen of Troy before "Coral Moon" took its place), and "Mary Lou" (from the 9/
  4. Gar

    Helen Of Troy ~ Release by John Cale (see all versions of this release, 4 available) Overview; Disc IDs; Cover Art (1) Aliases; John Cale (tracks 7, 12) My Back Pages / B.J. Blues / Baby, What Do You Want Me to Do (track 10) Release. Discogs.
  5. Fenririsar

    Baby, What You Want Me to Do? Lyrics: You got me runnin' / Got me hidin' / Runnin', hide hide hide / Any way you wanna let it roll / Yeah, yeah, yeah / You got me doin' what you want me / Now baby.
  6. Dolrajas

    Oh, Helen Of Troy. Mercy, mercy, mercy me I'm so scared, please comfort me I don't wanna be, don't wanna be your banshee boy Paying like the House of Troy Oh, Helen Of Troy. Standing there among the lights Your eyes shining bright I want you all of the time. You can hate me, you don't hate me But you are swimming.
  7. Gohn

    This from Wikipedia regarding "Helen Of Troy": This album came out without the consent of Cale, who considered that the tapes were not finished. After shipping the first pressings Island Records replaced the track "Leaving It Up to You" with "Coral Moon", because the former song mentioned Sharon Tate, wife of film director Roman Polanski, who.
  8. Vitaur

    It's not a criticism, though, more an interesting experiment with often strong results, like the strident horns and heavily treated noise on the title track. "I Keep a Close Watch" is the secret emotional sucker punch on Helen of Troy -- Cale long harbored a sadly unfulfilled dream that Frank Sinatra might cover it, and there's little doubt folkmetal.cethischillbinderbandinadar.infoinfo: $

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