|A2||The Ghost And The Black Hat||2:40|
|A3||The Wrong Road||4:55|
|A4||To Reach Me||3:35|
|A5||Twin Layers Of Lightning||4:20|
|B1||In The Core Of A Flame||2:55|
|B2||Head Full Of Steam||3:35|
|B4||Palm Sunday (On Board The S.S. Within)||3:15|
|826 714-1||The Go-Betweens||Liberty Belle And The Black Diamond Express (LP, Album)||Truetone Records||826 714-1||Australasia||1986|
|6010-1||The Go-Betweens||Liberty Belle And The Black Diamond Express (LP, Album)||Big Time||6010-1||US||1986|
|TLP 790461||The Go-Betweens||Liberty Belle And The Black Diamond Express (LP, Promo)||Truetone Records||TLP 790461||Australasia||1988|
|BBL 72||The Go-Betweens||Liberty Belle And The Black Diamond Express (LP, Album, RE)||Beggars Banquet||BBL 72||UK||1988|
|BBL 72CD||The Go-Betweens||Liberty Belle And The Black Diamond Express (CD, Album, RE)||Beggars Banquet||BBL 72CD||UK||Unknown|
Liberty Belle and the Black Diamond Express, the fourth album by The Go-Betweens, was released in March 1986 in the UK on Beggars Banquet Records, the record label that would release the remainder of the original group's LPs through their break-up in 1989. The album was recorded at Berry Street Studios in London, England. The original release consisted of ten songs. The UK CD release in 1986 (BEGA 72) had the original ten tracks, plus two bonus tracks: "The Life At Hand" and "Little Joe"
The Ghost And The Black Hat. 2:40. Producer – Richard Preston, The Go-Betweens. Violin – Chris Tomlin, Sally Herbert.
Band Name The Go-Betweens. Album Name Liberty Belle and The Black Diamond Express. Labels Beggars Banquet Lo-Max. 2. The Ghost and the Black Hat. 4. The Wrong Road. 5. To Reach Me. 6. Twin Layers of Lightning. Side B. 1. In the Core of the Flame. Head Full of Steam. Palm Sunday (on Board the SS within). Re-released in 2004 as CD with the same tracklist, containing a bonus disk.
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Album by The Go-Betweens. In the Core of a Flame. Palm Sunday (On Board the . 2004 reissue bonus disc. Don't Let Him Come Back (new version). Apology Accepted (radio session). I Work in a Health Spa. Bow Down (early version). Casanova's Last Words. Head Full of Steam (single version). Little Joe. The Wrong Road (early version).
The Go-Betweens Liberty Belle and black diamond express LP bigtime '86 oop rare! Condition: Used. Robert Forster has gone on record to say that his favourite Go-Betweens albums from the 1980s were the even numbered ones, so fourth album Liberty Belle And The Black Diamond Express is one of the good ones by his reckoning. Forster who dominates this record with the singles ‘Head Full Of Steam’ (apparently an attempt to emulate Prince!) and ‘Spring Rain’, both melodic and driving.
Liberty Belle & the Black Diamond Express. Capturing the band in peak form, Liberty Belle displays in spades Robert Forster and Grant McLennan's knack for creating catchy, distinctive, adventurous, and deeply moving pop tunes. Both gwriters are writing to their strengths here, resulting in a highly consistent and cohesive album. The songs are first rate. Hooks and melodies abound, both infectiously catchy and attractively understated.
The Go-Betweens were an indie rock band formed in Brisbane, Australia in 1977 by singer-songwriters and guitarists, Robert Forster and Grant McLennan. They were later joined by Lindy Morrison on drums, Robert Vickers on bass guitar and Amanda Brown on violin, oboe, guitar, and backing vocals, befo. ore . Year: 1986. Missing lyrics by The Go-Betweens? Know any other songs by The Go-Betweens?
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