Valentine is the seventh album by English folk, rock singer-songwriter and guitarist Roy Harper. It was first released in 1974 by Harvest Records. The album contains mainly love songs and was written whilst Harper was writing and recording his previous albums (Stormcock and Lifemask). Promotional material at the time included full page advertisements, in magazines such as ZigZag, of Harper wearing only a pair of socks and the words "music to droop your drawers to".
Blue Valentine is the fifth studio album by the American musician Tom Waits, released in September 1978 on Asylum Records. It was recorded over the course of six sessions from July to August 1978 with producer Bones Howe. Rickie Lee Jones is pictured with Waits on the back cover. Ecstasy (My Bloody Valentine album). Ecstasy is the second mini album by the alternative rock band My Bloody Valentine, released on 23 November 1987 on Lazy Records.
The first album contained the song "I AM HERE. It was played nationally and the band toured regionally to sizable crowds but broke up during the recording of their. with The Marshwiggles. Stone Soup (1997 Blue Jordan). Valentine" (1999 single, Blue Jordan). David Wolfenberger albums.
The album cover has altered over the years with various re-releases. It was drawn by Joe Petagno whilst working for Hipgnosis. Side one. "Forbidden Fruit" – 2:35.
Former frontman for The Marshwiggles and Thom Scarecrow, Wolfenberger has three solo CDs to date; Tales From Thom Scarecrow, and World of the Satisfy'n Place on Blue Jordan Records and more recently in 2006 on Fundamental Records, Portrait of Narcissus. Wolfenberger also toured and recorded as a member of Mark Olson and Victoria Williams' Original Harmony Ridge Creekdippers.
CreditsThe Marshwiggles - Primary Artist
David Wolfenberger - Performer