|1||Long Way Home||2:53|
|5||Ain't Got The Strings||3:40|
|6||More Than My Guitar||3:14|
|7||Sad Rag Doll||3:14|
|8||Delinga De Mattei||2:12|
|10||Dancing To The Band/ Dreams||4:35|
|KC 32062||Pan||Pan (LP, Album, Gat)||Columbia||KC 32062||US||1973|
|SICP 8087||Pan||Pan (CD, Album, RE)||Sony Records Int'l, Sony Music||SICP 8087||Japan||2003|
|20AP - 1982||Pan||Pan (LP, Album, Promo)||CBS/Sony||20AP - 1982||Japan||1981|
|S40148C||Pan||Pan (CD, Album, RE)||Sony Music Entertainment Korea Inc.||S40148C||South Korea||2013|
|20AP - 1982||Pan||Pan (LP, Album, Gat)||CBS/Sony||20AP - 1982||Japan||1981|
Pan was the eighth and final studio album released by the Japanese band The Blue Hearts. It was the only album not to have any songs that were released as singles. Drummers' Session" (ドラマーズ・セッション). Houston Blues" (ヒューストン・ブルース). Modotte Okure Yo" (もどっておくれよ Come Back to Me). "Boin Killer" (ボインキラー Breast Killer). Hana ni Natta Kamakiri" (花になったかまきり Praying Mantis that Became a Flower). Bye-bye Baby" (バイバイBaby). Aruku Hana" (歩く花 Walking Flower). Kyūjitsu" (休日 Holiday).
Design – Pan (2), Poul Bruun. Matrix, Runout (Runout B-side, stamped): DANISH PAN B. Rights Society: NCB. Other Versions (5 of 12) View All.
The process was intuitive and raw, born out of her previous explorations. Arriving as her first full-length album, ‘Lack 惊蛰’ was crafted from this long, painstaking mental and physical practice.
This album has an average beat per minute of 102 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/162 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Pan. 1. Pan.
Flash and the Pan. 4:18. 3. Man in the Middle. Harry Vanda, George Young. Flash and the Pan. 3:18. 4. Walking in the Rain. 3:30. Harry Vanda, G. Young. 4:22.
Pan Pan (which stands for Panayiotis Pandazis) writes and draws comics and makes music about living in athens (and about all the athens he hasn't visited yet). For constructive feedback, dissing and love letters contact Pan Pan via info (at) postnoise (dot) com. "Pan pan" is the artist described above.
Pan Daijing - Lack The cover of Pan Daijing's Lack has a photograph, by Ralf Marsault, of Daijing, head thrown back with her throat in full display. It seems to reference a 1929 photograph, called Anatomies, by the surrealist artist Man Ray, where the viewer is also confronted by a woman's neck. The sense of unease in both images recalls the psychological concept of the uncanny-that is, the strangely familiar-and so, too, does Daijing's debut album. The catharsis of performance has always been central to Daijing's musical practice. I saw myself being this absurd, mad.