|2||Maybe Next Year||4:28|
|884 936-7 DJ||Rubber Rodeo||Everybody's Talkin' (7", Promo)||Mercury||884 936-7 DJ||US||1986|
|PRO 433-1||Rubber Rodeo||Everybody's Talkin' (12", Promo)||Mercury||PRO 433-1||US||1986|
A - Published By Third Story Music (BMI)
B - Published By High Lonesome Music (BMI)
Produced and engineered by Ken Scott for KoMos Productions
From the Mercury LP #422-926 886-1 M-1 "Heartbreak Highway"
℗ 1986 PolyGram Records, Inc.
Manufactured and Marketed By PolyGram Records, Inc.
Rubber Rodeo was a Boston-based band active in the 1980s. The band fused Roxy Music-influenced new wave music with country and western influences, and dressed in 1950's-vintage country & western clothing. Their 1984 release Anywhere With You reached No. 86 on the Billboard Hot 100. Rubber Rodeo was founded in Rhode Island in 1980, and initially consisted of Bob Holmes vocals, guitars, Trish Milliken vocals, keyboards, Gary Leib synthesisers, Eddie Stern pedal steel, Doug Allen bass and Bob. Текст песни: Everybodys talking at me. I dont hear a word theyre saying, Only the echoes of my mind. People stopping staring. Harry Nilsson. Чтобы добавлять треки в плейлисты, нужно авторизоваться. Создать плейлист. Rubber Rodeo. Everybody's Talkin'. Heartbreak Highway. Mercury Records. Rubber Rodeo released it on the album Heartbreak Highway in 1986. It was covered by The Button Down Brass featuring the Funky Trumpet of Ray Davies, Robson Green, Luis Prado, The Baker St. Philharmonic and Rodeo - Everybody's Talkin'. Artist: Rubber Rodeo. Album: Heartbreak Highway, 1986. Album 1982 9 Songs. Alternative 1982. The Theme from Rubber Rodeo. to Deadtown from Rubber Rodeo's Heartbreak Highway for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Play track. Upstairs In My House. Men at Work. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Everybody's Talkin' Rubber Rodeo Heartbreak Highway 1986 The Island Def Jam Music Group Released by Rubber Rodeo. If You're Ever Alone. The Civil War. When Words Collide. Look Who's Back. Maybe Next Year. search for Rubber Rodeo , Heartbreak Highway. Before recording their follow-up album, the band's line-up was reshuffled again. Tomeo departed, to be replaced by Ray Gantek on pedal steel and dobro, and Hal Cragin joined the band, taking over for Doelp on bass. The band's second album, 1986's Heartbreak Highway, was produced by Ken Scott, who had previously produced albums by David Bowie and Devo. The group soldiered on for a while, with Reeves Gabrels taking over from Gantek as Rubber Rodeo's steel guitarist