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1991

O01

Follow Our Trax Volume Six: Fluid Formations - various artists
The Other Side Of Summer (3:56) - EC
[1991-__-__; CD; Warner Bros. PRO-CD-4634 (US promo)]


O02

Deadicated - various artists
Ship Of Fools (Hunter/Garcia) (5:21) - EC+R5
[1991-04-23; LP; Arista 304 179 (UK)]
[1991-04-23; CD; Arista 304 179 (UK)]
[1991-04-23; CD; Arista ARCD-8669 (US. Also available in a deluxe version with a 8"x8" booklet and special outer envelope)]
Album of Grateful Dead covers. Proceeds went to Rainforest Action Network & Cultural Survival. Produced by EC & Kevin Killen. EC: acoustic guitar and vocals. The Rude 5 are: James Burton: electric guitar; Jim Keltner: drums; Larry Knechtel: piano; Marc Ribot: banjo and e flat horn; Jerry Scheff: electric bass and Ampeg baby bass. This track was recorded in Barbados along with the tracks on Kojak Variety.


O03

The Other Side Of Summer promo single - Elvis Costello
The Other Side Of Summer (3:57)
[1991-04-__; CD5; Warner PRO-CD-4781 (US promo)]


O04

The Other Side Of Summer 7" single - Elvis Costello
The Other Side Of Summer (3:53)
Couldn't Call It Unexpected No. 4 (3:45)
[1991-04-__; 7"; Warner WOO25 (UK, ps)]
[1991-__-__; 7"; Warner 5439-19333-7 (Germany)]
Reached #43 in UK charts.


O05

The Other Side Of Summer cassette single - Elvis Costello
The Other Side Of Summer
Couldn't Call It Unexpected No. 4 (Nick Lowe)
[1991-04-__; MC; Warner W0025C]
"TUT" produced by Fairley Imposter Productions.


O06

The Other Side Of Summer 12" & CD single - Elvis Costello
The Other Side Of Summer (3:55)
Couldn't Call It Unexpected No. 4 (3:49)
The Ugly Things (Nick Lowe) (2:53)
[1991-04-__; 12"; Warner W0025T/9362 40073-0]
[1991-04-__; CD5; Warner W0025CD/9362 40073-2]
[1991-04-__; CD5; Warner PROCD4781 (US promo picture CD)]
"TUT" is a Fairley/Imposter Production.


O--

HitDisc 888B - various artists
The Other Side Of Summer - EC
[1991-05-03; CD; TM Century DIDX 990102 (US promo)]


O07

Mighty Like A Rose - Elvis Costello
Side 1:
The Other Side Of Summer (3:56)
Hurry Down Doomsday (The Bugs Are Taking Over) (EC/Keltner) (4:05)
How To Be Dumb (5:12)
All Grown Up (4:17)
Invasion Hit Parade (5:33)
Harpies Bizarre (3:44)
After The Fall (4:38)
Side 2:
Georgie And Her Rival (3:38)
So Like Candy (4:36)
Interlude: Couldn't Call It Unexpected No. 2 (0:22)
Playboy To A Man (EC/McCartney) (3:17)
Sweet Pear (3:36)
Broken (Cait O'Riordan) (3:36)
Couldn't Call It Unexpected No. 4 (3:49)
[1991-05-10; CD; Warner 7599-26575-2 (Germany)]
[1991-__-__; LP; Warner 7599-26575-1 (Germany, promo)]
[1991-05-13; LP; Warner WX 419/9-26575-2]
[1991-05-13; CD; Warner WX 419CD/9-26575-2]
[1991-__-__; CD; Warner 7599-26575-2 (UK in-store promo, no inserts, 'rose' picture disc)]
[1991-__-__; CD; Warner 7599-26575-2 or 7599-26593-2 (US promo, special digipak looks like imitation leather. Photo of EC on CD. Inside the digipak is the quote: "Sweetest little fella, everybody knows. Don't know what to call him, but he's mighty like a rose" - E.Nevin)]
[1991-05-25; CD; Warner WPCP 4344 (Japan)]
[1991-__-__;CAS; Warner 759-26575-4 (Australia)]
[1995-__-__; CD; Warner WPCR 352 (Japan, reissue)
[19__-__-__; LP; Warner 01321 (Brazilian promo, incl. lyrics)]
Produced by Mitchell Froom, Kevin Killen & D.P.A. MacManus.
Reached #5 in UK charts, & #55 in the US.
UK: Went silver (60,000 copies) (date unknown).


O08

Bringing It All Back Home - various artists
Mischievous Ghost (5:45) - EC duets with Mary Coughlan
[1991-05-__; 2xLP; BBC LP REF 844]
[1991-05-__; 2xCD; BBC CD 844]
[1991-05-__; 2xCAS; BBC ZCD 844]
[1996-__-__; 2xCD; BBC CD 844 (reissued)]
[1997-05-__; 2xCD; Hummingbird Records HBCD0010 (reissued)]
Soundtrack to the BBC TV series.


O09

Top Selection 1991 June - various artists
The Other Side Of Summer - EC
[1991-06-__; CD; Warner PCS 77 (Japanese promo)]


O--

G.B.H. soundtrack - Elvis Costello & Richard Harvey
 G.B.H. opening titles: The Life And Times Of Michael Murray (4:32)
 "It Wasn't Me" (2:02)
 Men Of Alloy (3:52)
 Lambs To The Slaughter (4:18)
 Bubbles (2:12)
 The "Goldilocks" Theme (3:06)
 Perfume - The Odour Of Money (4:04)
 Barbara Douglas: Assassin (3:09)
 Pursuite Suite (5:07)
 Prufrock Quartett: The Roaring Boy (4:12)
 "... So I Used Five!" (1:28)
 Love From A Cold Land (2:28)
 In A Cemetery Garden (1:58)
 "Smack 'Im!" (2:16)
 Woodlands - "Oh Joy!" (3:46)
 "It's Cold Up There" (2:53)
 Going Home Service (5:06)
 Grave Music (2:30)
 The Puppet Masters' Work (4:11)
 "He's So Easy" (1:58)
 Another Time, Another Place (2:02)
[1991-07-__; LP; Demon Soundtrack DSLP 4]
[1991-07-__; MC; Demon Soundtrack DSCASS 4]
[1991-07-__; CD; Demon Soundtrack DSCD 4]
[1991-__-__; CD; Demon Soundtrack DSCD 4/MSIF 3370 (Japan)]
[1994-09-05; CD; Rykodisc RCD 20284]
Orchestra music by EC and Richard Harvey. Contains early versions of some themes on Mighty Like A Rose and The Juliet Letters.


O10

Hitmakers: Top40 CD Sampler Vol. 56 - various artists
So Like Candy (EC/McCartney) - EC
[1991-08-02; CD; Warner PCS 82 (Japanese radio promo)]


O11

So Like Candy 7", 12" & CD single - Elvis Costello
So Like Candy (EC/McCartney) (4:39)
Veronica (demo version) (EC/McCartney) (3:00)
Couldn't Call It Unexpected No. 4 (live; Great Woods, Mansfield, MA) (4:32) - EC+R5
Hurry Down Doomsday (The Bugs Are Taking Over) (live; MTV, LA) (EC/Keltner) (4:18) - EC+R5
[1991-10-__; 7"; Warner W0068 (9362-40241-2) (ps)]
[1991-10-__; 12"; Warner W0068 (UK, ps)]
[1991-10-__; CD5; Warner W0068CD (9362-40241-2)]
"Veronica" was recorded at Windmill Lane Studios, Dublin, May '87. "Couldn't Call It..." was recorded live at Great Woods, Mansfield, MA, June '91. "Hurry Down Doomsday" was recorded in LA for MTV 'Unplugged' in June '91.


O12

So Like Candy CD single - Elvis Costello
So Like Candy (EC/McCartney) (4:36)
Couldn't Call It Unexpected No. 4 (3:49)
The Other Side Of Summer (3:56)
[1991-10-__; CD5; Warner 9362-40168-2 (Germany/Australia)]


O13

So Like Candy 7" single - Elvis Costello
So Like Candy (EC/McCartney) (4:36)
Couldn't Call It Unexpected No. 4 (3:49)
[1991-10-__; 7"; Warner, ps]
[1991-__-__; 7"; Warner 5439-19183-7, (Germany, different ps to UK release)]


O14

So Like Candy promo - Elvis Costello
So Like Candy (EC/McCartney) (4:37)
[1991-__-__; CD5; Warner PRO-CD-4952 (US promo, no front cover)]


O15

Georgie And Her Rival promo - Elvis Costello
Georgie And Her Rival
So Like Candy (EC/McCartney)
Couldn't Call It Unexpected No. 4
[1991-__-__; CD5; Warner PRO 642 (German promo)]


O16

Georgie And Her Rival promo - Elvis Costello
Georgie And Her Rival
Couldn't Call It Unexpected No. 4
[1991-__-__; 7"; Warner PRO 643 (German promo, ps)]


O17

The Bells Of Dublin - The Chieftains
St. Stephen's Day Murders (Costello/Moloney) (3:22) - EC+The Chieftains
[1991-10-28; CD; RCA 60824]
[19__-__-__; CD; RCA BVCF 2523 (Japan)]


O18

Until The End Of The World soundtrack - various artists
Days (Ray Davies) (4:49) - EC
[1991-12-10; LP; Warner 7599-26707-1]
[1991-12-10; CD; Warner 7599-26707-2]
"Days" is from the Kojak Variety sessions and is produced by EC & Kevin Killen.


O19

Punk & Disorderly (New Wave 1976-1981) - various artists
Pump It Up - EC+A
[1991-__-__; CD; Telstar TCD 2520]


O20

The Sound Of The Suburbs - various artists
Oliver's Army - EC+A
[1991-08-05; CD; Sony MOODCD18]
[1991-__-__; CD; Sony 471981 2 (New Zealand)]
[1997-09-08; CD; Sony 4888252]


O21

Promo Nr. 11 - various artists
The Other Side Of Summer (3:52) - EC
[1991-__-__; 12"; Warner Music 6 WP 2111 (Brazilian promo)]


O22

The Album Network: Tune Up 39 - various artists
So Like Candy - EC
[1991-__-__; CD; (US promo)]


O23

BBC Classic Tracks - Elvis Costello & The Attractions
Watching The Detectives (live; Royalty Theater London, 1986-11-23)
Pump It Up (live; Royalty Theater London, 1986-11-23)
Oliver's Army (live; Hammersmith Palais London, 1983)
Accidents Will Happen (live; Hammersmith Palais London, 1983) (introduction includes brief recap of Columbus incident)
Shipbuilding (live; site and date unknown) (EC/Langer)
[1991-10-07; CD; Westwood One (US promo)]
Single disc in plain jewel case. Disc has BBC logo with "Classic Tracks" below it on top half. Bottom half says "The week of October 7, 1991. Westwood One Radio Networks." Copyright 1991. Then it has a "P" circled next to "BBC 1991". There is an introduction by an English announcer named Richard Skinner and the disc contains commercials for AT&T & Doritos among others. There are five *live* tracks with a separate introduction for each. At the end of each track Skinner says that another track from the BBC archives will be played tomorrow.