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Chuck Prophet - Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins flac album
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Chuck Prophet - Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins flac album

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Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins
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A1 Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins
Written-By – Chuck Prophet, Klipschutz*
A2 Your Skin
Written-By – Chuck Prophet
A3 Open Up Your Heart
Written-By – Chuck Prophet, Klipschutz*
A4 Coming Out In Code
Written-By – Chuck Prophet, Klipschutz*
A5 Killing Machine
Written-By – Chuck Prophet, Klipschutz*
A6 Bad Year For Rock And Roll
Written-By – Chuck Prophet, Klipschutz*
B1 Jesus Was A Social Drinker
Written-By – Chuck Prophet
B2 In The Mausoleum (For Alan Veg
Written-By – Chuck Prophet, DePrato*, Klipschutz*
B3 Rider Or The Train
Written-By – Chuck Prophet
B4 If I Was Connie Britton
Written-By – Chuck Prophet
B5 Post-War Crinematic Dead Man Blues
Written-By – Chuck Prophet, Klipschutz*
B6 We Got Up And Played
Written-By – Chuck Prophet
B7 Alex Nieto

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Hyde Street Studios
  • Mixed At – Club Roar
  • Mixed At – Alex The Great
  • Pressed By – GZ Media – 151005E

Credits

  • Bass – Kevin White*
  • Bass, Harmonica, Keyboards, Producer – Brad Jones
  • Design – Michael Gabriel
  • Drums – Paul Revelli, Prairie Prince, Vicente Rodriquez*
  • Executive-Producer – Bill Wesemann
  • Guitar – James DePrato
  • Keyboards, Bass, Vocals, Guitar, Producer – Matt Winegar
  • Mastered By – Richard Dodd
  • Photography By – Karen Doolittle, Vivian Johnson
  • Producer, Engineer – Paul Q. Kolderie
  • Producer, Guitar, Vocals – Chuck Prophet
  • Vocals – Stephanie Finch
  • Woodwind – Jim Hoke

Notes

Includes collectible "Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins" button (integrated in the gatefold sleeve) + download code of full album, including "Alex Nieto".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 634457249011
  • Barcode (Printed ): 6 34457 24901 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A [Stamped]): LP-YEP-2490 151005E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B [Stamped]): LP-YEP-2490 151005E2/A

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
YEP-2490 Chuck Prophet Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins ‎(CD, Album) Yep Roc Records YEP-2490 US 2017
YEP-2490 Chuck Prophet Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Yep Roc Records YEP-2490 US 2017
CD-YEP-2490 Chuck Prophet Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Yep Roc Records CD-YEP-2490 UK 2017

Charles William "Chuck" Prophet is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer. A Californian, Prophet first achieved notice in the American psychedelic/desert rock group Green on Red, with whom he toured and recorded in the 1980s. He has also recorded a number of solo records, and gained prominence as a musician and songwriter. On February 10, 2017, Prophet released Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins On February 19, 2017, Chuck appeared on the BBC Sunday morning political show The Andrew Marr Show singing Bad Year For Rock and Roll," one of the standout tracks from his latest album Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins. In 1996, Prophet was signed to Funzalo Music BMG Publishing and spent much of 1997 in Nashville as a staff writer.

Chuck Prophet's whip-smart new collection, Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins, begins with a celebration of the enigmatic one-hit rock curiosity who sang "I Fought The Law" in 1964 and then, shortly after the song took off, was found dead in his car at age 23. Fuller's death remains a mystery, and perhaps as a result, his song and story has resonance for record geeks like Prophet.

Bobby Fuller’ finds Chuck coming full circle. He cut the album to tape at Hyde Street Studio in San Francisco, which also happens to be the same studio where Prophet did his very first recording session, while still in high school. Chuck brought out his ’64 Stratocaster for the sessions, conjuring a sound that Jonathan Richman once described as gasoline in the sand, like a motorcycle at a hot dog stand. A complete schedule will be announced shortly, with January dates below. Track listing: 1. Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins 2. Your Skin 3. Open Up Your Heart 4. Coming Out in Code 5. Killing Machine 6. Bad Year For Rock and Roll 7. Jesus Was a Social Drinker 8. In the Mausoleum 9. Rider or the Train 10. If I Was Connie Britton 11. Post-War Cinematic Dead Man Blues 12.

Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins. Redirected from Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins). Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins is an album by recording artist and singer-songwriter Chuck Prophet. It was released on February 10, 2017, on Yep Roc Records

Each time Chuck Prophet releases an album I think that it’s been far too long since his last one, and here, with a bold title like Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins, if he doesn’t pull out all of the stops, he’s gonna go down in flames. But don’t fear, the man is going to roll you over. Oddly enough, the album is so energetic that the lyrics, or the meaning of the lyrics can easily be lost as you spin across the room, because there are some serious visions that are laid down between the grooves

Album · 2017 · 13 Songs. Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins Chuck Prophet. Listen on Apple Music.

Today’s song, featured on the Afternoon Show with Kevin Cole, is the title track to Chuck Prophet's 2017 album, Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins on Yep Roc Records. Chuck Prophet - Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins (MP3)Hear the words of the Prophet, Chuck Prophet, that is. On his fourteenth solo record, the San Francisco based songwriter once again finds his voice among those who surround him, drawing lines between past and present with a new cast of characters to follow those populating the SF-paean Temple Beautiful and the techno-anxious Night Surfer. If you're as moved by music as Chuck Prophet, you'll want to listen to the rest of his new album, which include more stories from the Golden State's dark underbelly, like "Alex Nieto", and energetic elegies to those we lost last year, like "Bad Year For Rock And Roll" (Bowie and Prince) and "In The Mausoleum (For Alan Vega). Overview (current section).

With his most recent album, Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins, Prophet proves that 25 years after going solo, he continues to be one of the best singer/songwriters in the game. The album gives off a Tom Petty meets a heavy Dire Straits vibe which makes it easy to stomp your feet to the beat. Being recorded through analog, not digitally, takes you back to the times of classic rock

  • [laughing] Straight from the get-go, I’m sitting here looking at the album cover wondering if this is a good picture “of” Chuck Prophet, or a good picture “for” Chuck Prophet … either way, it slapped a mile wide smile across my face, as did the album. If you’ve never seen Chuck and his band live, you should, because he splinters the floorboards at small venues all across this country, rocking you back like it matters … and believe me, it does. Chuck is from a bygone era, not that he’s old fashioned, it’s just that he makes music for records, where the physical pleasure of holding something in your hand is still the be-all and end-all for those of us still spin those large pieces of plastic, and scan liner notes that we can actually read. But you didn’t come here for a musical history lesson, so let me take you where you need to be.Each time Chuck Prophet releases an album I think that it’s been far too long since his last one, and here, with a bold title like Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins, if he doesn’t pull out all of the stops, he’s gonna go down in flames. But don’t fear, the man is going to roll you over. Oddly enough, the album is so energetic that the lyrics, or the meaning of the lyrics can easily be lost as you spin across the room, because there are some serious visions that are laid down between the grooves. Beginning with the album’s title, we are reminded that the cause of Bobby Fuller’s death at age 23 has remained a mystery for 50 years. The singer and guitarist who led the Bobby Fuller Four to a Top 10 hit with “I Fought the Law,” and was found dead of asphyxiation in the front seat of his mother’s car on July 18, 1966. The debate still rages whether the rising star committed suicide, died accidentally or was murdered … with the song twisting into a reaction to the deaths of so many young people being shot by cops [which you’ll miss entirely unless you’re listening]. Of course that brings in “Bad Year For Rock And Roll,” which was partly inspired by the death of David Bowie, and so many others last year, not to mention “In The Mausoleum” a song dedicated to Alan Vega. All of this, along with a couple of other tracks make this a deeply political album, though one laced with so much rock and roll, that it all comes across as some sort of joyous celebration for the lives of those caught in the crosshairs of the reaper.But all of that is simply Chuck Prophet being a musical San Francisco journalist. He does swing back, rolling out “Coming Out In Code,” which for all the world creates a West Coast translation of the old Velvet Underground number, “Waitin’ For My Man.” Even with his darker moments, the album is delightful, inventive, satirical, blasphemous, and exactly what America needs right here and right now … complete with dueling guitars and relentless musicians swapping chords in the full light of the sun.Review by Jenell Kesler