|Performer:||John Cougar Mellencamp|
|Title:||Off The Record Special With Mary Turner (OTRSP # 84-44)|
|Style:||Public Broadcast, Interview|
|Other format:||APE AA DXD ADX TTA WAV MOD|
|A1||–Phil Henry||Phil Henry Radio Intro|
|A2||–Mary Turner||Mary Turner Segment Intro|
|A3||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Hot Night In A Cold Town|
|A4||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Interview Segment|
|A5||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Jack And Diane|
|A6||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Interview Segment|
|A7||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Play Guitar|
|A8||–Mary Turner||Segment Break|
|A9||–No Artist||Commercial Block - Budweiser / U.S. Navy / Bubblelicious Gum|
|A10||–Mary Turner||Segment Outro|
|B1||–Mary Turner||Segment Intro|
|B2||–John Cougar Mellencamp||I Need A Lover|
|B3||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Interview Segment|
|B4||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Ain't Even Done With The Night|
|B5||–John Cougar Mellencamp||The Great Midwest|
|B6||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Interview Segment|
|B7||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Crumblin' Down|
|B8||–No Artist||Commercial Block - Panasonic Personal Stereo / Budweiser|
|B9||–Mary Turner||Segment Break|
|C1||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Interview Segment|
|C2||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Night Dancing|
|C3||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Interview Segment|
|C4||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Pink Houses|
|C5||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Interview Segment|
|C6||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Authority Song|
|C7||–Mary Turner||Segment Break|
|C8||–No Artist||Commercial Block - U.S. Navy / Bubblelicious Gum / Panasonic Personal Stereo|
|C9||–Mary Turner||Segment Outro|
|D1||–Mary Turner||Segment Intro|
|D2||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Weakest Moments|
|D3||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Interview Segment|
|D4||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Hurt So Good|
|D5||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Interview Segment|
|D6||–John Cougar Mellencamp||Hand To Hold On To|
|D7||–Phil Henry||End Credits|
|D8||–Mary Turner , John Cougar Mellencamp||Show Promo Spot I (Music & Voice)|
|D9||–Mary Turner , John Cougar Mellencamp||Show Promo Spot II (Music & Voice)|
John Mellencamp was born in Seymour, Indiana on October 7, 1951. He started out for a brief period of time as a glam rocker, but then tried out for a solo career with his first album Chestnut Street Incident released by former David Bowie manager, Tony DeFries on the Mainman (division of MCA) label. That album was a complete flop partly due to the fact that the record label wanted to mold John into something he was not (a pretty boy ala James Dean) and the fact that the album mostly consisted of cover songs . Off The Record Special With Mary Turner (OTRSP 84-44) (2xLP, Transcription). Westwood One. OTRSP 84-44.
John Mellencamp was born in Seymour, Indiana on October 7, 1951.
Off the Record Specials with Mary Turner. Off the Record Special - David Gilmour (1984). Off the Record Special - Roger Waters (Part 1) (1984). Off the Record Special - Roger Waters (Part 2) (1984). Also featured on this album are interviews with Mike Rutherford, Greg Lake, and Steve Winwood, plus music by the Beatles, Cream, Fleetwood Mac, John Lennon, Robert Palmer, Spencer Davis Group, and 10CC. Description: Cover: British Wax Museum cover. Title: Off the Record Special - Roger Waters (Part 1) (1984) Catalog Number: OTR 84-28 Broadcast Date: (week of) July 2, 1984 Length: 50:40 Matrix Information: (side 1, side 2, side 3, side 4) 1) OTR-SP-84-28-A JS KM, OTR-SP-84-28-B JS KM, OTR SP 84-28-C JS KM, OTR-SP-84-28-D JS. KM Release Information: A 2-LP radio show of interviews and music with Roger Waters (Part 1). Hosted by Mary Turner.
John cougar mellencamp - uh-huh lp vinyl record album. The risk of making music counter to the mainstream of rock music paid off with the album's success. It peaked at on the Billboard Albums chart. John Cougar Mellencamp Signed uh-huh alblum Original 1983 vinyl boldly signed in Blue Sharpie Obtained during his current US tour earlier this year The album will ship boxed via USPS.
In 1985 the Rock & Roll song in the charts was Small Town by John Cougar Mellencamp. Small Town by John Cougar Mellencamp. 39. ▼ Select Rank Below 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100. Rock & Roll Charts
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Scarecrow is the eighth studio album by John Mellencamp. Released in August 1985, it peaked at on the . chart behind Heart's comeback album, Heart. The remastered version was released May 24, 2005 on Mercury/Island/UMe and includes one bonus track. This album contained three Top 10 hits, a record for a Mellencamp album: ". " which peaked at in the .
Once "I Need a Lover" became an Australian hit, Riva in America decided to release John Cougar's eponymous fourth album, adding the song to the record as well. Essentially, John Cougar is sonically similar to A Biography, but apart from the tacked-on "I Need a Lover," none of the songs hit the mark.
Learn how John Mellencamp became Johnny Cougar, John Cougar, John Cougar Mellencamp and finally John Mellencamp. Mellencamp didn’t agree, but he went along with it to get his debut album released. I would have signed anything – I would have signed the bottom of a shoe, Mellencamp told Rolling Stone in 2013. In the short term, the deal didn’t look so great for Johnny Cougar. If Mellencamp couldn’t outrun the Cougar just yet, he could record the kind of music he loved. Scarecrow, The Lonesome Jubilee and Big Daddy all went platinum (or better) while Lonely Ol’ Night, Small Town, . Paper in Fire and Cherry Bomb all hit the Top 10.