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Graham Parker & The Rumour* - Squeezing Out Sparks (CD, Album)

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  1. Mar 27,  · Graham Parker looks like an electrified punk on the cover of 'Squeezing Out Sparks', a splendid yet undervalued album that spearheaded the new-wave onslaught on s music/5(38).
  2. Jan 01,  · Squeezing Out Sparks is the fourth studio album by English singer-songwriter Graham Parker and his band the Rumour. The album was released in March Although the Rumour were not credited on the cover, their name was included on the album label.1/5(1).
  3. Squeezing Out Sparks is the high water mark of Parker's career for a variety of reasons: first, the Rumour had solidified into one of the best rock bands of the seventies, as comfortable playing reggae riffs as well as traditional rock and, of course, that spare, lean, "new wave" sound/5(63).
  4. The Rumour were an English rock band in the late s and early s. They are best known as the backup band for Graham Parker, whose early records (from to ) were credited to Graham Parker & The Rumour. However, The Rumour were also recording artists in their own right, releasing three albums: Max (), Frogs, Sprouts, Clogs and Krauts (), and Purity of Essence ().
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  6. Mar 13,  · About the album: Squeezing Out Sparks is the fourth studio album by English musician Graham Parker and his band the Rumour. It was voted album of .
  7. Graham Parker and The Rumour “Live Sparks” Arista Records - A promo only album released to promote Parker’s then-latest album, “Squeezing Out Sparks.” Culled from live radio broadcasts from Chicago and San Francisco, the album features a complete live run through of the record, topped off with Parker’s kiss-off to Mercury.
  8. Squeezing Out Sparks is the high water mark of Parker's career for a variety of reasons: first, the Rumour had solidified into one of the best rock bands of the seventies, as comfortable playing reggae riffs as well as traditional rock and, of course, that spare, lean, "new wave" sound/5().
  9. Generally regarded as Graham Parker's finest album, Squeezing Out Sparks is a masterful fusion of pub rock classicism, new wave pop, and pure vitriol that makes even his most conventional singer/songwriter numbers bristle with energy/5(63).

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