<b>Friend:</b> This song is great! What's it called?<p/><b>i-Tunes:</b> Silver Spoon<p/><b>Hangul:</b> 뱁새<p/><b>English tran:</b> Crow-tit<p/><b>Bad Romanization:</b> Baeppsae/baebsae<p/><b>Pirate sight:</b> Try Hard<p/><b>Me:</b> THEY CALL ME BAEPSAE!!!<p/><b>Friend:</b> I still don't know what it's called.<p/><b>Big Hit:</b> We don't know either.<p/></p>
what I mean:
right now i can't stop thinking about the arrangement of 'shiny' it's very clever and such an interesting journey with sounds. especially the way the contra come in with that line in the verses it just adds so much texture and rich depth it's SUCH A COOL LINE i just!!! THAT RISING BASSLINE SOUNDS SO GOOD THERE and then it just goes somewhere completely different with tone for the chorus. it captures the foreboding that is underlying the scene despite the amusing absurdity of this singing egoistic giant crab and-
The Trout was the late Tony Romeo’s band before he made it big writing hit songs for the Partridge Family and Lou Christie. He formed this pop-psychedelic trio in the late ‘60s along with his brother, Frank Romeo, and a classically-trained female singer named Cassandra Morgan. Together, they released this lone album, which offers a good example of “post-Sgt. Pepper” pop. It’s got orchestration, a melange of styles, and even some sound effects thrown in. (Translation: If you don’t like it, blame the Cute Beatle.)
Romeo penned all of the album’s songs. Since he’s the guy responsible for the catchy hooks in hits like “I Think I Love You” and “I’m Gonna Make You Mine” (not to mention some great Partridge Family deep cuts), it’s no surprise that this LP has some really great tunes. Some of the better ones include “November Song”, “Carnival Girl,” and “Sunrise Highway”.
Cassandra Morgan’s vocals especially stand out on songs like “Worse (SIC) Day I’ve Ever Been To.” You wish she’d sung a bit more here. Morgan would later record some sides with Tony and along with Frank and sing back-up on some Lou Christie tracks recorded in the early '70s. As for the Trout, it probably fell by the wayside when producer Wes Farrell tapped Tony Romeo to compose hits for the then-new TV show about a musical family. Or maybe they called it a day because they got tired of people making Beefheart jokes……………
Tracklist Hide Credits A1 The Beginning 0:38 A2 Fresh Water Lead Vocals – Tony* 2:10 A3 Crazy Billy 3:25 A4 Carnival Girl 4:02 A5 Teddy Bear’s Picnic 0:28 A6 November Song 4:04 Arizona Two Thoughts A7a Cuddlin’ Warm 1:10 A7b Here Beside You Now 0:58 - A8 Hushabye Wee Bobby 3:21 B1 Yeah Yeah Yeah Lead Vocals – Frank* 2:55 B2 Worse Day I’ve Been To Lead Vocals – Cassandra* 2:40 B3 You Can’t Hang On Lead Vocals – Frank* 3:01 B4 Understanding Who I Am 2:42 B5 Sunrise Highway Lead Vocals – Frank* 3:35 B6 The End 0:22
I’m sure a lot of people do their own weird thing when they think they’re alone. I love making awkward moments. Obviously Mabel has been having Addi listen to some of the big hits. The song used in this is “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” by the late great Whitney Houston.