|A||Comin' Into My Own
Arranged By – Charles FoxWritten By – Tash Howard
|B||Bein' Like The Birdies
Arranged By – Don GussWritten By – Bob KirinWritten-By – Tash Howard
|2246||The Credibility Gap||Comin' Into My Own (7")||Capitol Records||2246||US||1968|
|SG 49||The Credibility Gap||Comin' Into My Own (7")||Disc'Az||SG 49||France||1968|
The Credibility Gap was a satirical comedy team active from 1968 through 1979.
Credibility gap is a good way to describe the chasm between rhetoric and reality in the president’s address. The contradictions seemed endless. He didn’t pursue them because they weren’t his priorities, and he spent his speech blaming Republicans for the problems caused by his own policies. He dared us to let him know if we have a better health care plan, but he refused to allow Republicans in on the negotiations or consider any ideas for real free market and patient-centered reforms.
Hear My Train A Comin'" (alternatively titled "Get My Heart Back Together") is a blues-based song written by Jimi Hendrix. Lyrically, it was inspired by earlier American spirituals and blues songs which use a train metaphor to represent salvation. Hendrix recorded the song in live, studio, and impromptu settings several times between 1967 and 1970, but never completed it to his satisfaction.
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The songwriting is more ambitious and progressive as in the past, so it takes a while, until "Into my own" ignites. You should listen to it several times and then, after a handful listening sessions, "Into my Own" turns out to be another convincing IS release. Made by Wolfspell Records – Spell 064. Poland Limited 500 copies digipak with 4-page booklet Includes unlimited streaming of Into my own (album) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days.