Steve Wynn - Dazzling Display (Cassette, Album)


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  1. Steve Wynn Dazzling Display () Steve Wynn Kerosene Man () Steve Wynn Straight To The Swapmeet: Legendary Authorized Bootleg Vol. 1 () The Dream Syndicate This Is Not The New Dream Syndicate Album LIVE () The Dream Syndicate The Days Of Wine And Roses () The Dream Syndicate The Dream Syndicate ().
  2. Steve Wynn Dazzling Display Omnivore Recordings The culmination of the aforementioned, previously promo-only content concludes with a cover of Bob Dylan 's apocalyptic shuffle "The Groom's Still Waiting at the Altar" and thus serves as a segue to Steve Wynn's solo sequel. There six bonus tracks include another composition of the Nobel.
  3. 11 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Steve Wynn - Dazzling Display at Discogs. Complete your Steve Wynn collection/5(57).
  4. Dazzling Display was released in as Wynn ’ s second solo album. According to the Rolling Stone Album Guide, it was evidence of improved writing by Wynn. It was a harder-rocking album that included an appearance by R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck, and a duet with Concrete Blonde ’ s Johnette Napolitano.
  5. Apr 08,  · Dazzling Display, an Album by Steve Wynn. Released in on Rhino (catalog no. R2 ; CD). Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Steve Wynn (vocals), Joe Chiccarelli (producer, recording engineer), Csaba Petocz (recording engineer), Chris Furman (recording engineer), Jim Lang (string arrangements, horn arrangements), Bob Ludwig (mastering), Brigid /5(3).
  6. Shop 13 records for sale for album Dazzling display by Steve Wynn on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
  7. Nov 06,  · Provided to YouTube by Rhino A Dazzling Display · Steve Wynn Dazzling Display ℗ Rhino Entertainment Co. Writer: Peter Buck Composer, Writer: Steve Wynn Auto-generated by YouTube.
  8. Steve Wynn's first solo album after dissolving the Dream Syndicate, 's Kerosene Man, found him exploring new ideas as a songwriter and bandleader, displaying a pop sensibility that would have been out of place in his old band. Wynn's follow-up, 's Dazzling Display, followed a similar path, with Joe Chiccarelli whipping up a similarly crisp but muscular production sound and many of the.

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