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This is Captain Beefheart's 1971/1972 albums The Spotlight Kid and Clear Spot, after Golden Birdies there was some tracks from the "Spotlight Kid Outtakes".

Instrumental versions of songs from Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band's album, Clear Spot, and more.

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The Spotlight Kid, Clear Spot - Студийный альбом от Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band. Вышел 19 октября 1990г. В альбом вошло 22 треков.

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Clear Spot is the seventh studio album by Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band. It originally released on LP in 1972 in a clear plastic sleeve. Beefheart's third album Trout Mask Replica established him as a critically acclaimed artist, but it sold poorly.

Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band 1972 Clear Spot - 11 Big Eyed Beans From Venus 04:23. Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band 1972 Clear Spot - 04 Circumstances 03:14. Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band 1972 Clear Spot - 03 Too Much Time 02:50.

Clear Spot is the seventh album by Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band. This album will be reissued on CD. Track Listings.

Album by Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band. Nowadays a Woman's Gotta Hit a Man. Too Much Time. My Head Is My Only House Unless It Rains. Her Eyes Are a Blue Million Miles. Big Eyed Beans from Venus.

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A1 Low Yo Yo Stuff 3:38
A2 Nowadays A Woman's Gotta Hit A Man
Arranged By [Horns] – Don Van Vliet, Ted Templeman
3:45
A3 Too Much Time
Arranged By [Horns] – Jerry JumonvilleGuitar – Russ Titelman
2:46
A4 Circumstances 3:11
A5 My Head Is My Only House Unless It Rains 2:57
A6 Sun Zoom Spark 2:11
B1 Clear Spot 3:35
B2 Crazy Little Thing 2:35
B3 Long Neck Bottles
Arranged By [Horns] – Don Van Vliet, Ted Templeman
3:17
B4 Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles 2:54
B5 Big Eyed Beans From Venus 4:23
B6 Golden Birdies
Bass Guitar – Rockette Morton
1:37

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Green Bump Music, Inc
  • Copyright (c) – Copyright Control
  • Printed By – MacNeill Press Ltd.
  • Distributed By – WEA Records Ltd.
  • Pressed By – CBS Pressing Plant, Aston Clinton

Credits

  • Art Direction – Ed Thrasher
  • Backing Vocals – Blackberries
  • Bass Guitar – Oréjon
  • Design – John And Barbara Casado
  • Drums, Percussion, Other [Tattoos] – Ed Marimba
  • Engineer [Aka: Mit] – Donn Landee
  • Lead Guitar [Solo Guitar], Slide Guitar [Steel Appendage & Glass Finger], Mandolin – Zoot Horn Rollo
  • Other [Wings On Singabus Aka Golden Birdies] – Don Van Vliet
  • Percussion – Milt Holland
  • Photography By – Jim McCrary
  • Producer – Ted Templeman
  • Rhythm Guitar – Rockette Morton
  • Vocals, Harmonica – Don Van Vliet
  • Written-By – Don Van Vliet

Notes

1st UK press. Clear plastic sleeve with 'Clear Spot' logo embossed, backed by a printed both sides (black on white) card insert (which has 'right-angle' corners, not radius ones or glued back-to-back as USA). [Please note ALL images]

This 1st issue does not have the 'Clear Spot' logo printed on the insert, which appeared on later issues in a plain clear plastic sleeve with no embossing.

The vinyl center labels are a different text layout & color to similar/later UK release. No Warner logo either.

Vinyl in white punch-hole wallet with poly liner: "Made In England" "B1/0470" printed bottom-right.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (A&B Sides In Parenthesis On Labels): MS 2115
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side run-out, Stamped): K 54007 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side run-out, Stamped): K 54007 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side run-out, Stamped Above Matrix But Partially Erased): K 54007 B1
  • Other (A&B Sides Category On Labels): K 54007

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MS-2115 Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band - Clear Spot ‎(LP, Album, Promo, Emb) Reprise Records MS-2115 US 1972
R2 2115 Captain Beefheart, The Magic Band Captain Beefheart, The Magic Band - Clear Spot ‎(CD, Album) Rhino Records R2 2115 US 2015
MS 2115, REP 54 007 Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band - Clear Spot ‎(LP, Album, RE) Reprise Records, Reprise Records MS 2115, REP 54 007 US Unknown
MS 2115 Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band - Clear Spot ‎(LP, Album) Reprise Records MS 2115 US Unknown
REP 54 007, K54007, MS 2115 Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band - Clear Spot ‎(LP, Album, PVC) Reprise Records, Reprise Records, Reprise Records REP 54 007, K54007, MS 2115 Germany 1972


Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band - Clear Spot FLAC album

Performer: Captain Beefheart

Title: Clear Spot

Country: US

Date of release: 1972

Style: Blues Rock, Avantgarde

Genre: Rock / Blues

Size MP3: 1280 mb

Size FLAC: 1963 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

Votes: 327

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Qag
The original issue with the plastic sleeve and 'Clear Spot' embossing would have benefitted immeasurably with a clear vinyl pressing. Apparently Reprise were too cheapskate to pay for it. Having said that - clear vinyl can be inferior to black so maybe it all worked out for the best in the end... although the package would have looked good (perhaps a bit like the first Faust album).
Qag
The original issue with the plastic sleeve and 'Clear Spot' embossing would have benefitted immeasurably with a clear vinyl pressing. Apparently Reprise were too cheapskate to pay for it. Having said that - clear vinyl can be inferior to black so maybe it all worked out for the best in the end... although the package would have looked good (perhaps a bit like the first Faust album).
Zulkishicage
"Clear Spot" - one of the more 'accessible' albums of Beefheart's career - radically packaged for its time in a 'Clear Spot' embossed clear wallet, with an insert and no vinyl liner. Looking rather like a 'black spot in a polyethylene bag' and soon replaced by a standard sleeve. Even on release, some outer wallets had splits or creases and, almost 40 years later, it is becoming harder to find clean un-yellowed copies. It was also mooted that the vinyl should also be clear, but this was shelved as being 'cost-prohibitive'.The album opens with "Low Yo Yo Stuff", a number written and rehearsed back in "Spotlight Kid" days and a line used later to title Anton Corbijn's documentary "Some YoYo Stuff". Then "Nowadays A Woman's Gotta Hit A Man" keeps up the pace, although I'm not sure male pre-occupation is a bad thing, if that's what Don's suggesting here. There's an interesting horn arrangement by producer Templeman and Vliet, along with assured slide-guitar work from Harkelroad.Things slow down on "Too Much Time", which was used as a promo & single release. About as slushy and sentimental as a mid-sixties pop song. With Jerry Jumonville horn arrangements, Cooder's brother-in-law Russ Titelman guesting on guitar and The Blackberries' Stax-style backing vocals, it's sticky enough to seal a love-letter. "Circumstances" then hits it for me, lyrically and musically a 'modern blues' gem, with heart-stopping breaks and changes of pace. I think the following "My Head Is My Only House Unless It Rains" is a little lost - which it was, on the flip-side of the single. Don lays down some imagery as the band plays, but I think he should have sold this one to Van Morrison. "Sun Zoom Spark" definitely gets back in the groove. Pure magic n' magnetism, with that 'zippin' guitar to end side one.Side two opens with the album's title track and Don running "...to find a clear spot", with brilliantly 'eerie' guitar work from Harkelroad. "Crazy Little Thing" has some elegant drum work by Tripp and Boston's incomparable bass drives things along with Milt Holland's added percussion. Nice sexy touch from The Blackberries' vocals too. "Long Neck Bottles" lopes along in solid blues style and into "Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles". One of my favorite romantic songs by Vliet and used on the film soundtrack of "The Big Lebowski". Is it about a girl, or an ode to the expanses of the ocean? (Or "oceands", as Don would have it). Then we have "Big Eyed Beans From Venus". I think I'd like to have this played at my funeral. With the knob set at 11. "Man, let your waters flop out..." Finally, there's "Golden Birdies". Echoes of 'Decals' days and the Winged Eel. What more can be said? If only Don had "Let go flocks" of albums like this, who knows if he would have quacked it? Webcor... Webcor...
Zulkishicage
"Clear Spot" - one of the more 'accessible' albums of Beefheart's career - radically packaged for its time in a 'Clear Spot' embossed clear wallet, with an insert and no vinyl liner. Looking rather like a 'black spot in a polyethylene bag' and soon replaced by a standard sleeve. Even on release, some outer wallets had splits or creases and, almost 40 years later, it is becoming harder to find clean un-yellowed copies. It was also mooted that the vinyl should also be clear, but this was shelved as being 'cost-prohibitive'.The album opens with "Low Yo Yo Stuff", a number written and rehearsed back in "Spotlight Kid" days and a line used later to title Anton Corbijn's documentary "Some YoYo Stuff". Then "Nowadays A Woman's Gotta Hit A Man" keeps up the pace, although I'm not sure male pre-occupation is a bad thing, if that's what Don's suggesting here. There's an interesting horn arrangement by producer Templeman and Vliet, along with assured slide-guitar work from Harkelroad.Things slow down on "Too Much Time", which was used as a promo & single release. About as slushy and sentimental as a mid-sixties pop song. With Jerry Jumonville horn arrangements, Cooder's brother-in-law Russ Titelman guesting on guitar and The Blackberries' Stax-style backing vocals, it's sticky enough to seal a love-letter. "Circumstances" then hits it for me, lyrically and musically a 'modern blues' gem, with heart-stopping breaks and changes of pace. I think the following "My Head Is My Only House Unless It Rains" is a little lost - which it was, on the flip-side of the single. Don lays down some imagery as the band plays, but I think he should have sold this one to Van Morrison. "Sun Zoom Spark" definitely gets back in the groove. Pure magic n' magnetism, with that 'zippin' guitar to end side one.Side two opens with the album's title track and Don running "...to find a clear spot", with brilliantly 'eerie' guitar work from Harkelroad. "Crazy Little Thing" has some elegant drum work by Tripp and Boston's incomparable bass drives things along with Milt Holland's added percussion. Nice sexy touch from The Blackberries' vocals too. "Long Neck Bottles" lopes along in solid blues style and into "Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles". One of my favorite romantic songs by Vliet and used on the film soundtrack of "The Big Lebowski". Is it about a girl, or an ode to the expanses of the ocean? (Or "oceands", as Don would have it). Then we have "Big Eyed Beans From Venus". I think I'd like to have this played at my funeral. With the knob set at 11. "Man, let your waters flop out..." Finally, there's "Golden Birdies". Echoes of 'Decals' days and the Winged Eel. What more can be said? If only Don had "Let go flocks" of albums like this, who knows if he would have quacked it? Webcor... Webcor...
Mr.Champions
Some more has to be written about "Big Eyed Beans From Venus" It is possibly the Captain's masterpiece. He issues the command: "Mr. Zoot Horn Rollo, hit that long leaning note, and let it float..." And after a short rest the song accelerates into some of the most intense guitar that I've ever heard - and a voice/instrument duel that ranks up there with Page and Plant.Believe me - "A man or woman without a Big Eyed Bean from Venus is suffering from the worstest of curses"There's never been ANYTHING else like this guy!
Mr.Champions
Some more has to be written about "Big Eyed Beans From Venus" It is possibly the Captain's masterpiece. He issues the command: "Mr. Zoot Horn Rollo, hit that long leaning note, and let it float..." And after a short rest the song accelerates into some of the most intense guitar that I've ever heard - and a voice/instrument duel that ranks up there with Page and Plant.Believe me - "A man or woman without a Big Eyed Bean from Venus is suffering from the worstest of curses"There's never been ANYTHING else like this guy!