Track 3: From Elvis Costello and the Attractions Live In Dublin. Track 4: Labelled as 'Cashbox Version', but the album version was used in error. Track length is correct for the album version. This version contains the album version of 'Complicated Shadows', not the 'Cashbox version'. The timing on the sleeve of 4:44 is correct for this version. The sleeve is white on the inside. Printing on the CD is the same picture as on The Other End Of The Telescope, but on this version has picture covering the whole disk, instead of a clear centre
The Other End (Of The Telescope). This song is by Elvis Costello & The Attractions and appears on the album All This Useless Beauty (1996). This song is a cover of "The Other End (of the Telescope)" by 'Til Tuesday. Shall we agree that just this onceI'm gonna change my lifeUntil it's just as tiny orImportant as you likeAnd in time, we won't even recall that we spokeWords that turned out to be as big as smokeAs smoke disappears in the airThere's always something smouldering somewhere.
The second in a four-CD set of singles released in 1996, the title cut is taken from All This Useless Beauty, Costello's own version of the song he wrote with Aimee Mann back in 1989 and which she recorded on 'Til Tuesday's album Everything's Different Now. Costello slows the arrangement and changes a verse or two and, of course, his vocals are very different from Mann's. Costello's reunion tour with the Attractions was a chance to take back some of the songs that he had "given" away, and "Basement Kiss" shows Costello unearthing the melody and hooks from what had been James' fey delivery.
I know it don't make a difference to you But oh, it sure made a difference to me You'll see me off in the distance, I hope At the other end At the other end of the telescope . Elvis Costello & The Attractions Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
Artist: Elvis Costello. Album: All This Useless Beauty, 1996. Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Bros. The Other End of the Telescope · Elvis Costello And The Attractions. All This Useless Beauty. Assistant Engineer: Anthony Lycenko Masterer: Bob Ludwig Bass: Bruce Thomas Assistant Engineer: Ciaran Cahill Acoustic Guitar: Elvis Costello Electric Guitar: Elvis Costello Slide Guitar: Elvis Costello Producer, Vocals: Elvis Costello Engineer, Mixer, Producer: Geoff Emerick Engineer, Mixer: Jon Jacobs Post-production & Remix by: Kevin Killen Drums, Percussion: Pete Thomas Assistant Engineer: Sam Gibson Electric (sensonics) Drums: Steve Nieve Keyboards, Piano: Steve Nieve Composer, Lyricist: Elvis Costello Writer: Mann. Auto-generated by YouTube.
This page lists albums, singles, and compilations by the musician Elvis Costello, distinguishing between United States and United Kingdom release dates and record labels. Of note are the reissue series, Costello's back catalogue having undergone reissue three times by three different companies.
Back to the page of Elvis Costello. Into the Purple Valley. Album, 1972, Weasel Disc Records. 1. How Can You Keep on Moving. 2. Billy the Kid. 3. Money Honey.
Elvis Costello's final album with the Attractions, 'All This Useless Beauty,' was released on May 13, 1996. The Other End of the Telescope, the graceful waltz that opens the album, is a song Costello co-wrote with Aimee Mann of ‘Til Tuesday, which the band recorded on its 1988 album, Everything’s Different Now. Costello rewrote much of the song for his take.
The Best of Elvis Costello and the Attractions. The Best of Elvis Costello and the Attractions is a 1985 compilation album, the first of what would be many career-spanning compilation albums of previously released material for Costello. All songs written by Elvis Costello except as indicated. Alison" (from My Aim Is True, 1977) – 3:22. Watching the Detectives" (from single, 1978) – 3:41.