I Want Your Love Inside Me - John Hiatt - Overcoats (Vinyl, LP)

Reassuring too that one of the resulting songs can be released as a single by Three Dog Night. And I admit that this one tends to go soft when he tries to go poetic. However, faith assures us something must be there. Possibly by the next edition it will be located in more than association. The same year saw the release of a promotion only live album, unimaginatively titled Border Live. During Hiatt also contributed the song Spy Boy to the soundtrack of the film Cruising.

There is an extraordinarily diverse array of artists who have recorded his songs, with no more than 60 different individuals considering their records would be just that little better with the inclusion of at least one Hiatt song. Location: NY. I do remember picking this one out of the racks several times, and then put it back.

I din't hook onto Hiatt until Bring the Family. Great idea for a thread, though. I never really understood why they messed with the original cover though.

Was this a rights issue? Sorry about my rant.. Location: Cologne, Germany. I've followed his releases closely since then and have dug into the past a little as well, but not made it around to albums older than "Bring the Family".

I was lucky enough to have seen him in concert twice despite living in Germany. As a songwriter, he's definitely one of the Greats. I'm looking forward to replying in this thread later on, once those albums start to appear that I know. Yannick , Feb 10, I just pulled out my Hiatt stash the other day to see how many albums I still am missing from the catalog I think three.

This is perfect for me. Almost Fed Up With the Blues. Window on the World. Missing Pieces. Fly Back Home. The Last Time. The Most Unoriginal Sin. Where Nobody Knows My Name. Washable Ink. My Edge of the Razor. When We Ran. Pirate Radio. Take It Down. I'll Never Get Over You. Lincoln Town. Hangin' 'Round Here. Hangin' Round Here. All the Lilacs in Ohio. Something Broken. Rock of Your Love. The Tiki Bar Is Open. Come Home to You. Farther Stars. What Do We Do Now?

Only the Song Survives. Take It Back. God's Golden Eyes. Before I Go. Let It Slip Away. One Step Over the Line. Take Off Your Uniform. My Sweet Girl. Feelin' Again. Sure Pinocchio. Woman Sawed in Half. Far as We Go. After All This Time. River Knows Your Name. The River Knows Your Name. I Can't Wait. Friend of Mine. Blue Telescope. Old Habits Are Hard to Break. The Wreck of the Barbie Ferrari. Permanent Hurt. You Used to Kiss the Girls. The Negroes Were Dancing. Madonna Road.

No More Dancin' in the Street. The Night That Kenny Died. You're My Love Interest. Back to Normal. Down in Front. I Spy For the F. Good Girl, Bad World. Face the Nation. Back to the War. String Pull Job.

Hand of Kindness. Two Left Feet. BGO CD One more time. Smiling in the rain. I'm tired of your stuff. Down home. I want your love inside of me. I killed an ant with my guitar. Motorboat to heaven. The lady of the night. Only 3 left in stock. Product details Product Dimensions : Customer reviews. How are ratings calculated? Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon.

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One suspects that Overcoats, released in , will soon go the way of Hiatt s out-of-print debut LP. Again Robert Christgau was far more complimentary but still rated the album a B: I admit to a weakness for loony lyrical surrealist protest rockers.

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  1. Overcoats Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Billy Puitt* Piano – John Hiatt Synthesizer [Moog], Performer [Mumpatron] – Shane Keister: B2: I Want Your Love Inside Me: B3: I Killed An Ant With My Guitar Marimba – Gene Estes Percussion – John Hiatt, Larry London* B4: Motorboat To Heaven/5(16).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Overcoats on Discogs. Label: Epic - PE • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Repress • Country: US • Genre: Rock • /5(4).
  3. Overcoats Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Billy Puitt* Synthesizer [Moog] – Shane Keister: B2: I Want Your Love Inside Me: B3: I Killed An Ant With My Guitar Marimba – Gene Estes: B4: Motorboat To Heaven Backing Vocals – Anita Baugh, Dianne Davidson, Sadie (8), Tracy Nelson Dobro – Josh Graves Steel Guitar – John Huey /5(4).
  4. Label: Epic - EPC • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Spain • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Country Rock John Hiatt - Overcoats (Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(2).
  5. John Hiatt was certainly not a well known artist at that time but for my tastes he was (and still is) the greatest! I have that original album in my vinyl collection and simply handling it can transport me back to the wonders of days gone by. Even now, after thirty nine years I still love listening to it/5(6).
  6. I Want Your Love Inside Of Me Lyrics: Unlock these chains and let me out / I want the love you're talkin' about / I want a job, I wanna care / I want to find you everywhere / I want a house and a.
  7. [edit] Track listing All tracks written by John Hiatt "One More Time" – "Smiling in the Rain" – "I'm Tired of Your Stuff" – "Distance" – "Down Home" – "Overcoats" – "I Want Your Love Inside of Me" – "I Killed an Ant With My Guitar" – "Motorboat to Heaven" – "The Lady of the Night" – [edit] Personnel John Hiatt - acoustic /5(6).
  8. overcoats: Epic: LP. KE CD. CDEPC Epic: CD. CDEPC Beat Goes on Records "I want your love inside of me" remixed at American Studios, Nashville John Hiatt is better at imitating Howlin' Wolf than he is James Taylor, and that he tries both here as well as Bob Dylan and Ben E. King is some indication of.

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