|A1||Beach State Rocking
Bass – Michael QuercioDrums – Jozef BeckerKeyboards – Nancy Becker
|A2||Bad Year At U.C.L.A.
Backing Vocals – Nancy Becker
|A3||Sleeping Through Heaven||4:07|
|A4||Something To Show||2:39|
|A5||Penny, Things Won't
Bass – Fred JuhosDrums – Dave GillRemix – Dave Wellhausen
|A6||Metal And Glass Exact||3:38|
Engineer – Dave Gill, Dave Millington*
|A8||Nine Lives To Rigel Five||2:50|
|A9||The Red Baron||3:42|
|B1||Curse Of The Frontier Land
Backing Vocals – Michael Quercio
|B2||I Turned Her Away
Backing Vocals – Michael Quercio, Nancy BeckerBody Percussion – Jozef Becker
Backing Vocals – Gil Ray, Shelley Lafreniere, Suzi Ziegler
|B5||Crash Into June||2:58|
|B6||Like A Girl Jesus||2:40|
|B7||We Love You, Carol And Alison
Backing Vocals – Donnette ThayerDrums – Gil Ray
|B8||The Real Sheila
Arranged By [Guitar] – Donnette ThayerBass – Guillaume Gassuan
|B9||Together Now, Very Minor||3:33|
|B10||Room For One More, Honey||3:02|
|B12||Throwing The Election||4:12|
|7 75351-2||Game Theory||Tinker To Evers To Chance (CD, Comp)||Enigma Records||7 75351-2||US||1990|
|none||Game Theory||Tinker To Evers To Chance (22xFile, MP3, Comp, 192)||Not On Label (Game Theory Self-released)||none||2013|
Band Name Game Theory. Album Name Tinker to Evers to Chance. Labels Enigma Records. Members owning this album0. 1. Beach State Rocking. 3. Sleeping Through Heaven.
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1990 compilation album by Game Theory. Tinker to Evers to Chance. Compilation album by. Game Theory. The Chicago Tribune wrote in 1990 that Tinker to Evers to Chance, while displaying all of Miller's shortcomings during the band's "seven-year history of obscurity", also made a "powerful case" that Game Theory had been "unjustly overlooked. Citing songs such as "the jangly, angst-ridden '24,' the lush 'Regenisraen' and the soaring 'Room for One More, Honey.
03. 04. Something to Show. 05. Penny, Things Won't. 06. Metal and Glass Exact. 08. Nine Lives to Rigel Five.
The first Game Theory album was the Blaze of Glory LP, released on Rational Records in 1982. Due to a lack of funds to both press the album and print a jacket, a thousand copies of the LP were packaged in white plastic trash bags with Xeroxed cover art glued to each ba. .Game Theory, Sacramento, 1982. L-R: Irwin, N. Becker, Juhos, Miller. The albums Lolita Nation (1987), Two Steps from the Middle Ages (1988), and the compilation Tinker to Evers to Chance (1990) have not been re-issued on CD since the time of their initial release on Enigma. As a result, Game Theory's releases have long been difficult to find, contributing to.
For the 1989 compilation album by Game Theory, see Tinker to Evers to Chance (album). Baseball's Sad Lexicon. by Franklin Pierce Adams. Baseball's Sad Lexicon," also known as "Tinker to Evers to Chance" after its refrain, is a 1910 baseball poem by Franklin Pierce Adams. The eight-line poem is presented as a single, rueful stanza from the point of view of a New York Giants fan watching the Chicago Cubs infield of shortstop Joe Tinker, second baseman Johnny Evers, and first baseman Frank Chance complete a double play.
This song is by Game Theory and appears on the album Tinker To Evers To Chance (1990). In caffeineland all jobs get doneWe live by the gunAnd life is just a plan for oneIn textbook terms and rules of thumb. I walk outside but I freeze in the sunHaving deferred to the longer runI give up my right to be youngMy blood flows as the joy ride comesAnd my heart says to grab onBut my fingers are numb. Beach state rockingEverybody's talkingBut it's all been toldIt's never old.
Tinker to Evers to Chance. His Mitch Easter-produced albums were like dreams of the early dB's, before their rhythm section began to cook, which isn't to say Miller and cohorts didn't also develop a groove as they got older. He was literary, too-loved Joyce