J. Spaceman: Mister Lonely (Music From A Film By Harmony Korine), LP (Vinyl)
J. Spaceman: Mister Lonely (Music From A Film By Harmony Korine), LP (Vinyl)
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J. Spaceman / Sun City Girls : Mister Lonely (Music From A Film By Harmony Korine)

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • United States
Klappcover
  • Drag City
  • (DC360)
  • 20 Tracks
  • UPC 781484036012
  • heavy item (300g)
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor surface marks on vinyl, minor shelf wear on sleeve

tracks

A1

J. Spaceman Michael's Opening

Vocals
  • Diego Luna
A2

J. Spaceman Blues 1

A3

J. Spaceman Blues 2 (Intro)

A4

Sun City Girls 3D Girls

A5

J. Spaceman Panama 1

A6

Sun City Girls Spook

A7

J. Spaceman Garden Walk

A8

Sun City Girls Steppe Spiritual

A9

J. Spaceman Pope In The Bath

A10

Britta Gartner Nun's Prayer

Vocals
  • Britta Gartner
B1

Sun City Girls Mr. Lonely Viola

Chorus
  • Jessika Kenney
Recorded By
  • Randall Dunn
Engineer
  • Randall Dunn
Viola
  • Eyvind Kang
Written By
B2

Sun City Girls Beryl Scepter

B3

Rachel Korine Red Riding Hood's Hangman

Vocals
  • Rachel Korine
B4

J. Spaceman Stooges Harmonica

B5

Werner Herzog Father Umbrillo's Broken Nation

Vocals
  • Werner Herzog
B6

J. Spaceman Musicbox Underwater

B7

Sun City Girls Circus Theme

Recorded By
  • Randall Dunn
Engineer
  • Randall Dunn
B8

Sun City Girls Vine Street Piano

B9

J. Spaceman Paris Beach

B10

Sun City Girls Farewell

Viola
  • Eyvind Kang

Credits

Arranged By
  • Sun City Girls
Performer
  • Sun City Girls
  • Alan Bishop
  • Charlie Gocher
  • Rick Bishop
Producer
  • Sun City Girls
  • J. Spaceman
Bass
  • Richard Warren
Executive Producer
  • Agnès B.
Instruments
  • J. Spaceman
Lap Steel Guitar
  • Tony Foster
Management
  • Mick Paterson
  • Rob Holden
Photography By
  • Juergen Teller
  • Brent Stewart
  • Marcel Zyskind
Recorded By
  • Thighpaulsandra
  • Scott Colburn
  • Sun City Girls
Engineer
  • Scott Colburn
  • Sun City Girls
Sequenced By
  • Rian Murphy
Vibraphone
  • Tom Edwards
Violin
  • Tim Lewis
Flute
  • Tim Lewis
Clarinet
  • Tim Lewis
Written By

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