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1995

S01

They Can't Take That Away From Me CD single - Tony Bennett & Elvis Costello
They Can't Take That Away From Me (George & Ira Gershwin) (3:41) - Tony Bennett + EC
 I Left My Heart In San Francisco - Tony Bennett
 Steppin' Out With My Baby - Tony Bennett
[1995-__-__; CD5; Columbia 660831 2 (Austria)]
There may also have been an Australian 4-track promo with this track.


S02

Sulky Girl Japan CD single - Elvis Costello
Sulky Girl (single version)
Puppet Girl (EC/O'Riordan)
Basement Kiss (EC/O'Riordan)
We Despise You (EC/O'Riordan)
[1995-__-__; CD5; WEA WPCR-175 (Japan)]
Tracks 2 & 3 produced by EC.


S03

The Best Punk Album In The World... Ever! - various artists
(I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea (3:02) - EC+A
[1995-01-23; 2xCD; Virgin VTDCD 42 (UK)]
[1995-01-23; 2xCAS; Virgin VTDMC 42 (UK)]


S04

It's A Warnerful World - various artists
The Other Side Of Summer (3:56) - EC
[1995-__-__; CD; Warner WEA 9548-33346-2]


S05

Punch The Clock (Rykodisc/Demon reissue) - Elvis Costello & The Attractions
Let Them All Talk (3:06)
Everyday I Write The Book (3:54)
The Greatest Thing (3:04)
The Element Within Her (2:53)
Love Went Mad (3:13)
Shipbuilding (EC/Langer) (4:54)
TKO (Boxing Day) (3:28)
Charm School (3:56)
The Invisible Man (3:05)
Mouth Almighty (3:04)
King Of Thieves (3:46)
Pills And Soap (3:43)
The World And His Wife (3:33)
Heathen Town (3:10)
The Flirting Kind (3:00)
Walking On Thin Ice (Yoko Ono) (3:52)
The Town Where Time Stood Still (demo) (3:33)
Shatterproof (demo) (2:19)
The World And His Wife (live solo) (3:14)
Everyday I Write The Book (live; Merseybeat version) (2:21)
[1995-02-28; CD; Demon DPAM9 (UK)]
[1995-03-07; CD; Rykodisc RCD 20279 (USA)]
[1995-03-07; MC; Rykodisc RAC 20279 (USA)]
[19__-__-__; CD; VS MSIEC-8 (Japan)]
This CD is also packaged together with the Goodbye Cruel World re-release as a special limited edition promo double-pack in a beige slipcase (comes with 2 badges/buttons).


S06

Goodbye Cruel World (Rykodisc/Demon reissue) - Elvis Costello & The Attractions
The Only Flame In Town (with Daryl Hall) (4:01)
Home Truth (3:14)
Room With No Number (4:14)
Inch By Inch (2:29)
Worthless Thing (3:04)
Love Field (3:29)
I Wanna Be Loved (Farnell/Jenkins) (4:47)
The Comedians (2:36)
Joe Porterhouse (3:30)
Sour Milk-Cow Blues (2:51)
The Great Unknown (3:01)
The Deportees Club (2:55)
Peace In Our Time (4:15)
Turning The Town Red (3:18)
Baby It's You (Bacharach/David/Williams) (3:13) - Nick Lowe+EC
Get Yourself Another Fool (GCW mix) (Haywood/Tucker) (4:03)
I Hope You're Happy Now (early band version) (2:51)
The Only Flame In Town (solo live; San Francisco) (4:13)
Worthless Thing (solo live; San Francisco) (3:12)
Motel Matches (solo live; San Francisco) (2:40)
Sleepless Nights (solo live; San Francisco) (Felice & Boudleaux Bryant) (2:49)
Deportee (demo) (3:24)
Withered And Died (Richard Thompson) (3:14)
[1995-02-28; CD; Demon DPAM10 (UK)]
[1995-03-07; CD; Rykodisc RCD 20280 (USA)]
[1995-03-07; MC; Rykodisc RAC 20280 (USA)]
[19__-__-__; CD; VS MSIEC-9 (Japan)]
"Withered And Died" is not listed on the cover.
This version of "Get Yourself Another Fool" misses off the first 3 guitar notes that are on other mixes, and the track does not fade out. Also, ALL echo have been removed from the vocals.
The live tracks are from a solo concert at the Warfield, San Francisco in April '84.
This CD is also packaged together with the Punch The Clock re-release as a special limited edition promo double-pack in a beige slipcase (comes with 2 badges/buttons).


S07

Punch The World - EC+A
Everyday I Write The Book
Shipbuilding (EC/Langer)
Shatterproof (demo
The Only Flame In Town (with Daryl Hall
I Wanna Be Loved (Farnell/Jenkins)
I Hope You're Happy Now (early band version)
[1995-03-16; CD; Rykodisc VRCD 0279/80 (US radio promo)]


S08

One And Only: 25 Years Of Radio One - various artists
Pump It Up (BBC version) (3:08) - EC+A
[1995-__-__; 2xCAS; Band Of Joy (Strange Fruit) ISBOJMC 25]
[1993-06-22; 2xCD; (USA)]
[1996-__-__; 2xCD; Band Of Joy (Strange Fruit) BOJCD 25 (later releases have a different cover)]
The EC track was recorded during his 2nd. session for John Peel (recorded 1978-03-13, broadcast 1978-03-20, produced by Tony Wilson).


S--

Kojak Variety Sampler - EC
 Contains snippets of the following songs: Hidden Charms/Remove This Doubt/I Threw It All Away/Everybody's Crying Mercy/Must You Throw Dirt In My Face/Pouring Water On A Drowning Man.
[1995-04-28; MC; Warner 4/2-45903 (US promo to promote 17-May broadcast)]
Both sides of the cassette are identical.


S09

Elvis Costello's Kojak Variety - Elvis Costello
Strange (Screamin' Jay Hawkins) (2:42)
Hidden Charms (Willie Dixon) (3:34)
Remove This Doubt (Holland/Dozier/Holland) (3:55)
I Threw It All Away (Bob Dylan) (3:27)
Leave My Kitten Alone (John/Turner/McDougal) (3:13)
Everybody's Crying Mercy (Mose Allison) (4:08)
I've Been Wrong Before (Randy Newman) (3:04)
Bama Lama Bama Loo (Richard Penniman) (2:47)
Must You Throw Dirt In My Face (Bill Anderson) (3:52)
Pouring Water On A Drowning Man (Baker/McCormick) (3:40)
The Very Thought Of You (Ray Noble) (3:43)
Payday (Jesse Winchester) (3:01)
Please Stay (Bacharach/Hilliard) (4:50)
Running Out Of Fools (Rogers/Ahlert) (3:05)
Days (Ray Davies) (4:54)
Step Inside Love (Lennon/McCartney) (2:45) - only on limited edition CD
Sticks And Stones (Titus Turner) (1:36) - only on limited edition CD
[1995-04-28; CD; Warner 9362-45903-A (US advance promo, simple white cover /w track listing)]
[1995-04-28; MC; Warner 4-445903 (US advance promo)]
[1995-05-09; CD; Warner 9362-45903-2 (A promo box of this CD was issued in the US and contains posters and a 'Kojak' lollipop)]
[1995-05-09; MC; Warner 9362-45903-4 WE49]
[1995-05-09; LP; Warner (limited edition)]
[1995-__-__; CD; Warner WPCR-258 (Japan, includes lyrics)]
[1995-__-__; CD; Warner PROP13/9362-46198-2 (UK & German DJ promo)]
[1995-__-__; CD; Warner 936245903-2 (Australia)]
Produced by EC & Kevin Killen.
Personnel: James Burton (g), Marc Ribot (g), Jim Keltner (dr), Jerry Scheff (b), Larry Knetchtel (kb), Pete Thomas (dr) & EC (g,vc).
200 numbered CDs were made in the US with 2 extra tracks. Half went out randomly into retail, and half were used as promos. (EC received CD #1).
Reached #21 in UK charts, & #102 in the US.


S--

Guide April 1995 - various artists
Hidden Charms (Willie Dixon)
Must You Throw Dirt In My Face (Bill Anderson)
[1995-__-__; CD; ]


S10

Pouring Water On A Drowning Man promo single - Elvis Costello
Pouring Water On A Drowning Man (Baker/McCormick) (3:41)
Hidden Charms (Willie Dixon) (3:31)
Days (Ray Davies) (4:55)
[1995-05-12; CD5; Warner PRO 6037 (German promo)]


S11

Pouring Water On A Drowning Man promo - Elvis Costello
Pouring Water On A Drowning Man (Baker/McCormick) (3:40)
[1995-05-__; CD5; Warner PRO-CD-7584 (US promo picture CD)]
[1995-__-__; CD5; Warner WEA 2041 (Spanish DJ promo, ps)]


S12

HUH Music Service (disc 8) - various artists
Pouring Water On A Drowning Man (Baker/McCormick) - EC
[1995-__-__; CD; HKO108D (US magazine sampler)]


S13

Teenage Kicks (46 Classic Punk & New Wave Tracks) - various artists
Pump It Up - EC+A
[1995-05-19; 2xCD; Polygram 25492]


S14

Oobu Joobu (part 3) - Paul McCartney
The Lovers That Never Were (EC/McCartney) - EC+Paul McCartney
[1995-05-29; CD; Westwood One SHOW# 95-24 (US radio promo)] This is Paul McCartney's Westwood One US radio show.
This track is part demo & part official release with Paul talking about working with EC)


S15

Selections From King Of America - The Costello Show
King Of Confidence
Indoor Fireworks
Brilliant Mistake
[1995-06-09; CD5; Demon ECPROMO3 (UK promo)]


S16

Bama Lama Bama Loo promo - Elvis Costello
Bama Lama Bama Loo (Richard Penniman) - EC
[1995-06-__; CD5; Warner PCS-170 (Japanese promo)]


S17

WEA Japan Top Hits Selections June 1995 - various artists
Bama Lama Bama Loo [Richard W. Penniman] (2:46)
[1995-06-__; CD; Warner PCS-173 (Japanese promo)]


S18

Remove This Doubt promo - Elvis Costello
Remove This Doubt (Holland/Dozier/Holland)
[1995-__-__; CD5; Warner Music Spain PRO 2076 (Spanish promo)]
This was thought to be a German promo because they were made in Germany.


S19

The Awards 1995 - various artists
Sulky Girl (album version) - EC
[1995-__-__;2xCD; Columbia MOOD CD 39]
[1995-__-__; MC; Columbia MOOD C39]


S20

King Of America (Rykodisc/Demon reissue) - The Costello Show
Disc 1: King Of America - The Costello Show
Brilliant Mistake (3:44)
Lovable (EC/O'Riordan) (2:53)
Our Little Angel (4:06)
Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood (Benjamin/Marcus/Caldwell) (3:18)
Glitter Gulch (3:14)
Indoor Fireworks (4:10)
Little Palaces (3:52)
I'll Wear It Proudly (4:22)
American Without Tears (4:30)
Eisenhower Blues (J.B. Lenoir) (3:43)
Poisoned Rose (4:09)
The Big Light (2:34)
Jack Of All Parades (5:17)
Suit Of Lights (4:03)
Sleep Of The Just (3:48)
The People's Limousine (Henry & Howard Coward) (3:39)
They'll Never Take Her Love From Me (Leon Payne) (3:01)
Suffering Face (3:08)
Shoes Without Heels (4:19)
King Of Confidence (2:46)
Disc 2: Live On Broadway, 1986 - EC+The Confederates
That's How You Got Killed Before (live; Broadway) (Dave Bartholomew) (2:41)
The Big Light (live; Broadway) (2:51)
It Tears Me Up (live; Broadway) (Penn/Oldham) (3:25)
The Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line (live; Broadway) (Ivy J. Bryant) (2:38)
Your Mind Is On Vacation / Your Funeral My Trial (live; Broadway) (Mose Allison / Sonny Boy Williamson) (5:14)
That's How You Got Killed Before - reprise (live; Broadway) (Dave Bartholomew) (7:08)
[1995-06-28; 2xCD; Demon DPAM11 (UK)]
[1995-06-28; 2xLP; Demon DPAM LP11 (UK)]
[1995-06-28; MC; Demon DPAM CASS11 (UK)]
[1995-07-06; 2xCD; Rykodisc (USA)]
[1995-07-06; 2xLP; Rykodisc (USA)]
[1995-07-06; MC; Rykodisc (USA)]
[1995-08-__; CD; Demon (UK)]
[1995-08-__; LP; Demon (UK)]
[1995-08-__; MC; Demon (UK)]
[1997-07-22; CD; Rykodisc (US, gold disc)]
[1995-08-08; CD; Rykodisc (USA)]
[1995-08-08; LP; Rykodisc (USA)]
[1995-08-08; MC; Rykodisc (USA)]
[1997-07-22; CD; Rykodisc (US, gold disc)]
[1995-__-__; 2xCD; Demon/MSI MSIEC 11 (Japan, 2CD, Extended play tracks + live CD)]
Initial copies (15,000) contain an extra CD/LP/CAS of live tracks from 1986 NYC Broadway shows. After initial stocks ran out it was replaced by a single CD/LP/CAS version with just the extended play tracks.
The initial releases of the cassette version has the original album on side 1 and the bonus and live tracks on side 2.
The gold disc version sounds a little better than the normal re-release but otherwise is identical (including the minor faults in "Poisoned Rose", "I'll Wear It Proudly" and "Jack Of All Parades". And even the band of silence after "Sleep Of The Just" is still missing).
This release was first available at the London Meltdown festival (27-Jun-95) before its official release date of 25-July.
The 2xCD version was also packaged together with the 2xCD version of Blood & Chocolate (re-release) as a special limited edition promo 4xCD pack.
The Confederates are: James Burton - lead guitar; Jerry Scheff - bass; Jim Keltner - drums; Michell Froom - keyboards; T-Bone Wolk - accordion, vocals; Michael Blair - marimbas, vibraphone, percussion; T-Bone Burnett - rhythm guitar; Ralph Carney - saxophone
Reached #71 in UK charts.


S21

The Demon Bible According To Tower - various artists
Big Tears - EC+A
[1995-07-__; CD; Demon FIENDCD 766 (UK, but available in US)]
This is a special-price release for Tower Records.


S22

Malice And Magic - EC
Veronica (EC/McCartney)
London's Brilliant Parade
So Like Candy (EC/McCartney)
Jacksons, Monk And Rowe (EC/M.Thomas/J.Thomas) - EC+Brodsky Quartet
Chewing Gum
13 Steps Lead Down
I Threw It All Away (Bob Dylan)
Deep Dark Truthful Mirror
Hurry Down Doomsday (The Bugs Are Taking Over) (EC/Keltner])
[1995-07-__; CD; Warner PRO-CD-7748 (US promo)]
Although this CD has the same title as one issued in 1995 to promote the tour of Japan its contents are very different.


S23

Deep Dead Blue: Live 25 June 95 - EC + Bill Frisell
Weird Nightmare (live; Meltdown) (Charles Mingus) (3:35)
Love Field (live; Meltdown) (3:25)
Shamed Into Love (live; Meltdown) (EC/Ruben Blades) (4:26)
Gigi (live; Meltdown) (Lerner/Loewe) (4:17)
Poor Napoleon (live; Meltdown) (4:05)
Baby Plays Around (live; Meltdown) (EC/O'Riordan) (3:09)
Deep Dead Blue (live; Meltdown) (EC/Frisell) (3:51)
[1995-08-14; CD; Warner/Nonesuch 9362-46073-2 (UK & Germany)]
[1995-08-14; LP; Warner/Nonesuch (UK)]
[1995-__-__; CD; Warner/Nonesuch PRCD 6384 (US promo, comes in a plain brown cardboard sleeve with the front centre removed to allow the picture CD to show through)]
[1995-10-10; CD; Warner/Nonesuch WPCR-427 (Japan, includes lyrics)]
Limited edition release, recorded live at the Meltdown Festival, Queen Elizabeth Hall RFH2, London. This CD was also released as part of a 5 CD promo bos set by Nonesuch. The other CDs were by The Kronos Quartet, Steve Reich, John Adams & George Gershwin.


S--

Tom Thumb - narration by John Cleese, music by EC

[1995-__-__; VHS; Rabbit Ears 7 4041 72016 3 7 (USA)]
[1995-__-__; CD; Rabbit Ears 7 4041 72016 2 0 (USA)]
This children's video in the series "We All Have Tales" is approx. 30 mins. long, and contains original background orchestral music by EC. It was first broadcast on Rabbit Ears Radio (4-Jun-95), but due to financial troubles was never actually released. EC was said to be looking into buying up the rights.


S24

The Rykodisc/Hannibal/Gramavision Fall '95 Mixer - various artists
Brilliant Mistake - EC
[1995-09-__; CD; Rykodisc/Hannibal/Gramavision VRCD 9509 (US promo)]


S25

Blood And Chocolate (Rykodisc/Demon reissue) - Elvis Costello & The Attractions
Disc 1:
Uncomplicated (NME version) (3:27)
I Hope You're Happy Now (3:07)
Tokyo Storm Warning (EC/O'Riordan) (6:25)
Home Is Anywhere You Hang Your Head (5:07)
I Want You (6:43)
Honey, Are You Straight Or Are You Blind? (2:09)
Blue Chair (3:41)
Battered Old Bird (5:51)
Crimes Of Paris (4:20)
Poor Napoleon (3:23)
Next Time 'Round (3:35)
Seven Day Weekend (EC/Jimmy Cliff) (2:39) - EC+A & Jimmy Cliff
Forgive Her Anything (3:11)
Blue Chair (single version) (3:39)
Baby's Got A Brand New Hairdo (3:25)
American Without Tears #2 (Twilight version) (3:36)
A Town Called Big Nothing (Really Big Nothing) (5:44) - The MacManus Gang
Return To Big Nothing (2:55) - The MacManus Gang
Disc 2: An Overview Disc
 EC interviewed by Peter Doggett (editor of 'Record Collector' magazine), Dublin 21-Jul-95. The September & October issues of this magazine contain an edited down version of the interview.
[1995-09-05; CD; Demon DPAM 12/ECPROMO 5 (UK)]
[1995-09-12; CD; Rykodisc RCD 20282+1 (USA)]
[1995-__-__; 2xCD; Demon/MSI MSIEC 12/ECPROMO 5 (Japan, 2CD, Extended play tracks + Interview disc)]
Tracks 1-13 produced by Nick Lowe with Colin Fairley.
Track 14 produced the Coward Brothers.
Track 15 produced by J.Henry (T-Bone Burnett) & EC with Larry Hirsch.
Track 16-18 produced by EC.
Track 18 is not listed on the cover.
Like the King Of America re-release, initial copies (10,000) come with a bonus disc. The disc contains a career retrospective interview.
Apart from the normal booklet the CD also contains a card insert with a picture of the original 'Cadbury's Chocolate' cassette packaging.
The 2xCD version was also packaged together with the 2xCD version of _King Of America_ (re-release) as a special limited edition promo 4xCD pack.
Promo copies of just the 'Blood & Chocolate' CD were issued in the cardboard 'Overview' sleeve with a black & white sticker containing the track listing stuck on the front.


S26

Rock Over London - various artists
Poor Napoleon (live; Meltdown)
[1995-09-__; CD; (UK radio promo /w cue sheet)]
For broadcast between 8th & 14th Sep. Disc include commerials.


S27

Oobu Joobu (part 17) - Paul McCartney
God Only Knows (live; London) (excerpt) (Wilson/Asher) - EC+Brodsky Quartet
One After 909 (live; London) (excerpt) (Lennon/McCartney) - EC+Paul McCartney
[1995-09-14; CD; Westwood One SHOW# 95-38 (US radio promo)]
This is Paul McCartney's Westwood One US radio show. Both tracks are from the Royal College of Music gala, 23-Mar-95.


S28

London On The Line - various artists
(I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea - EC+A
[1995-__-__; CD; Columbia 477129 2 (Australia)]


S--

Jake's Progress soundtrack - Elvis Costello & Richard Harvey
 Jake's Progress Opening Sequence (EC/Harvey) (4:10)
 Map Of Africa (EC/Harvey) (1:59)
 Julie's Pregnant Pause (EC/Harvey) (2:34)
 Monica's Fortune Telling (EC/Harvey) (3:25)
 'Cisco Kid (EC/Harvey) (2:46)
 Graveyard Waltz (EC/Harvey) (1:50)
 Housewarming (EC/Harvey) (2:13)
 Moving In (EC/Harvey) (2:23)
 Howling At The Moon (EC/Harvey) (2:18)
 Unhappy Home Service (EC/Harvey) (2:19)
 Ursine Variations (EC/Harvey) (3:40)
 Mrs. Rampton Reminisces (EC/Harvey) (2:04)
 A Friend In Need (EC/Harvey) (2:13)
 Death Of Alex/Closing Titles (EC/Harvey) (3:55)
 Remembering Alex (EC/Harvey) (2:08)
 Leaving Home (EC/Harvey) (1:58)
 Eliot's Heartbreak And Flashback (EC/Harvey) (2:53)
 Kate's Abuse (EC/Harvey) (2:16)
 Grave Dance (EC/Harvey) (2:32)
 Banquo (EC/Harvey) (4:12)
 Fall From Grace (EC/Harvey) (5:13)
 Play With Me, Mummy (EC/Harvey) (4:50)
[1995-11-06; CD; Demon Soundtracks DSCD 14 (UK only)]
[19__-__-__; CD; Demon Soundtracks DSCD 14/MSIF 3371 (Japan)]
This is original music from the Channel 4 series Jake's Progress by Alan Bleasdale. Music produced by Richard Harvey & Austin Ince. Orchestrated & conducted by Richard Harvey. Tracks 7 & 10 arranged & performed by Helene Muddiman. On "Grave Dance" EC plays guitar & Pete Thomas drums.


S29

CD Review's Holiday Music Sampler - various artists
St. Stephen's Day Murders (EC/Moloney) (3:22) - EC+The Chieftains
[1995-12-__; CD; CDR 1295D (US - free with December issue of 'CD Review' magazine)]


S30

Drivetime 3 - various artists
Oliver's Army - EC+A
[1995-12-__; CD; Dino Entertainment Records DINCD119 (UK)]
[1995-12-__; MC; Dino Entertainment Records DINMC119 (UK)]


S31

18 Original Hits 18 Unoriginal Artists - various artists
They Didn't Believe Me (live) (Kern/Reynolds) - EC+Brodsky Quartet
[1995-__-__; CD; Polygram PMP 011 (US promo)]


S32

Punk Killer - various artists
(I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea - EC+A
[1995-__-__; 2xCD; MCA (France)]


S33

Into The Eighties - various artists
I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down (Banks/Jones) - EC+A
[1995-__-__; 2xCD; Global Television Ltd., London RADCD09]


S34

Live From London - Elvis Costello & The Attractions
 Intro (1:11)
Remove This Doubt (live; London) (Holland/Dozier/Holland) (4:48)
Hidden Charms (live; London) (Willie Dixon) (3:41)
Everybody's Crying Mercy (live; London) (Mose Allison) (6:00)
I've Been Wrong Before (live; London) [ (Randy Newman) (3:38)
Running Out Of Fools (live; London) (Rogers/Ahlert) (3:12)
Leave My Kitten Alone (live; London) (John/Turner/McDougal) (3:54)
The Very Thought Of You (live; London) (Ray Noble]) (4:44)
Pouring Water On A Drowning Man (live; London) (Baker/McCormick) (3:48)
Must You Throw Dirt In My Face (live; London) (Bill Anderson) (5:45)
Bama Lama Bama Loo (live; London) (Richard Penniman) (3:21)
Why Don't You Love Me (Like You Used To Do)? (live; London) (Hank Williams) (4:08)
Alison (live; London) (2:54)
Pump It Up (live; London) (7:54)
 Outro (0:19)
[1995-__-__; CDR; Warner Brothers In House Studios (US, promo)]
This is a recording of a live concert in London, 1995-05-17.
Maybe 'promo' is the wrong word to describe this because Warners call it a 'CD-Reference' disc, and I wouldn't have thought that it would have been distributed as widely as a normal promo.


S--

Kose Rock: The Most Beautiful Lovesongs - various artists
I Want You - EC+A
[1995-__-__; 2xCD; Arcade 9100035 (Norway)]
[1995-__-__; 2xMC; Arcade 9100036 (Norway)]