Snakefinger: Manual of Errors, album, chronique, tracklist, mp3, paroles Snakefinger surely needs not much of an introduction. Born Philip Charles Lithman in London, he moved to San Francisco in 1971. His roots lie in the British blues scene, but he soon became friends with The Residents who also gave him the name Snakefinger based on a photograph of Lithman performing, in which his finger looks like a snake about to attack his violin.
The record is coproduced with The Residents, who also cowrote many of the songs. The album has the distinction of featuring the first recorded cover version of Kraftwerk's song" The Model"it also features the cover of" Magic and Ecstasy" by Ennio Morricone from the soundtrack of Exorcist II: The Heretic.
Snakefinger's style covers a lot of ground, being jazzy, bluesy, but also very dissonant and melodic and with an odd scratching tone. Snakefinger manual of errors cd covers of Errors Snakefinger Compact Disc Free Shipping! USD 24. 23: 6 days: Greener Postures Snakefinger Compact Disc Free Shipping! USD 24. 23: 6 days: BEST OF RALPH: RESIDENTS, SNAKEFINGER, YELLO Manual of Errors is a collection of strange tunes a manual of musical bizarreness.
The album is new wave but it is the new wave in some exoteric and underground rendering. The album is new wave but it is the new wave in some exoteric and underground rendering. Snakefinger Discography of CDs. Viewing: Show Wish List. Associated with: Manual Of Errors CD (2017) (Import) Snakefinger CD discography He is known for his solo work and for his guitar playing with The Residents. " Chewing Hides The Sound" was his first solo album and came out in 1979 on Ralph Records.
Philip Charles Lithman aka Artist Manual of Errors was Snakefinger's third fulllength album, released by Ralph Records in 1982. The record is the first to feature his backup band The Vestal Virgins, and it Snakefinger Manual Of Errors Amazon. com Music.
Manual Of Errors Original recording. recommend it enthusiastically. It is not quite as over the top as the Residents, but still not your normal rock 'n roll album. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Snakefinger and The Vestal Virgins released Manual of Errors on Ralph in 1982. This was followed by the blues cover album Snakefinger's History of the Blues: Live in Europe in 1984 and a new collection of largely original material in 1986 called Night of Desirable Objects.
Lithman performed with The Residents on their 13th Anniversary Tour in 1986. Find a Snakefinger Manual Of Errors first pressing or reissue. Complete your Snakefinger collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. His third solo effort, " Manual of Errors" still came out on Ralph Records, but it was mostly written by Snakefinger himself.
A couple tracks were collaborations with the Eyeball ones again and some cover versions also appeared. Chewing Hides the Sound The Model The Man in the Dark Sedan Greener Postures Manual of Errors Against the Grain A Collection of Songs Written and Produced With The Residents Philip Charles Lithman a. k. a. Snakefinger