Category: Alternative

Rock The Night - The Velvet Monkeys - Rake (CD, Album)



  1. House Of Fire's debut release promises to be the soundtrack to your hazy neon scattered afternoon. For fans of the paisley underground and canyon rock movements of the west coast - or bands like Brian Jonestown Massacre, Ride, early works from the Byrds and Velvet Underground just to name a few House of Fire cites their main influences as the psychedelic sound of the 60's.
  2. The Velvet Night by Thee Telepaths, released 08 March 1. Alpha - α - Part 1 2. Alpha - α - Part 2 3. Alpha - α - Part 3 4. Alpha - α - Part 4 5. Alpha - α - Part 5 6. Epsilon - ε - Part 1 7. Epsilon - ε - Part 2 8. Epsilon - ε - Part 3 9. Delta - δ - Part 1 Delta - δ - Part 2 Delta - δ - Part 3 Delta - δ - Part 4.
  3. Find album release information for Rake - Velvet Monkeys on AllMusic.
  4. The Velvet Monkeys would go through many incarnations over the next 10 years, with Fleming the constant factor in all versions. In July the band released their debut -- Everything is Right —on cassette tape. This album was re-released on CD in
  5. Velvet Monkeys - Rake - plejsamodevilwoodsfirscashelproducktpud.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & .
  6. The Velvet Underground marked a turning point in rock history. After the release of The Velvet Underground & Nico, knowing the power of which it was capable, the music could never be as innocent, as unselfconscious as plejsamodevilwoodsfirscashelproducktpud.coinfo band’s first album may have come on a bit cute with its Andy Warhol-designed banana cover — indeed, patron Warhol’s name (he also .
  7. Nov 15,  · Their biggest hit single was "Tonight (Could Be the Night)", which hit #26 on the U.S. Billboard Hot chart in The follow-up, "Laugh", peaked at #90, and after a .
  8. It was rumored that the band chose its name from indie rock "supergroup" Velvet Monkeys' album Rake, which was released on Rough Trade Records in , about a year before Rake's first single. There was also a reference to Velvet Monkeys member Don Fleming on the first Rake .
  9. Listening to Rake is like listening, from outside of a door or window, to the sounds of a swinging party to which you weren't invited (and where you wouldn't know anybody anyway). In other words, it sounds like the hosts, Velvet Monkeys (Don Fleming, Jay Spiegel, and Malcolm Riviera), and guests (Thurston Moore, J Mascis, etc.) had fun recording this faux exploitation 3/