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8 thoughts on “ My Favorite Kiss - Frank Black And The Catholics - Show Me Your Tears (CD, Album)

  1. Listen to The Complete Recordings by Frank Black and the Catholics on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  2. – Frank Black And The Catholics: Show Me Your Tears: – Frank Black And The Catholics: Song Of The Shrimp [unreleased] Written-By – Roy C. Bennett, Sid Tepper: – Frank Black And The Catholics: Sister Isabelle [unreleased] Written-By – Brian Hyland, Del Shannon: – Frank Black And The Catholics: Six-Sixty.
  3. Never trust an artist's opinion on his own recordings. Frank Black calls Frank Black and the Catholics the "best recording [he] ever made," ignoring a decade worth of great, innovative indie rock. A better assessment may be: Frank Black and the Catholics is the most direct record he's ever made. If you just want garage punk, stripped of all the odd time signatures, subverted chord progressions.
  4. Hearing that Frank Black's Show Me Your Tears is an angry record that was inspired by his work in therapy conjures up visions of pathetically self-absorbed diary rock along the lines of Can I Borrow a Feeling?, the album that The Simpsons' Kirk Van Houten wrote upon divorcing his wife, Louann. Fortunately, such worries are unfounded. While Show Me Your Tears is the most singer/songwriterly 7/
  5. Frank Black and The Catholics discography and songs: Music profile for Frank Black and The Catholics, formed Genres: Alternative Rock, Alt-Country. Albums include Dog in the Sand, Frank Black and the Catholics, and Show Me Your Tears.
  6. Frank Black and the Catholics have created another great album, with production assistance by Stan Ridgeway and some of his muscical attributes. The album goes a long way and is clearly a favorite in my Frank Black collection. Eveything flows with style, good lyrics, great rhythm and just good music all around! Will enjoy!4/5(38).
  7. The collection includes recordings from the group’s debut album Frank Black and The Catholics, Pistolero (), Dog In the Sand (), Black Letter Days (), Devil’s Workshop () and Show Me Your Tears (). Speaking about the release, Black says: “It feels like an approximation of randomness and its a way to randomise something, especially if its titles.
  8. Mar 31,  · A complete tracklisting, the lyrics, cover picture and background info about Show Me Your Tears by Frank Black And The Catholics.

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