Download The Colonel - Too Many Cooks In The Kitchen
|1||Too Many Cooks In The Kitchen||3:04|
|2||I Need Protection||3:42|
|VJPR-2||The Colonel||Too Many Cooks In The Kitchen (CD, Single, RE)||Virgin Japan||VJPR-2||Japan||1989|
- Artwork – Hunt Emerson
- Backing Vocals – Steve Warren
- Bass – The Colonel
- Drums – Terry Chambers
- Guitar – Bent Larson, Rob Hendry
- Keyboards – Steve King
- Producer, Engineer – Mick Glossop
- Recorder, Backing Vocals – Bridgett Glossop
- Technician [Tape Op], Backing Vocals – Philip Vinal
- Written-By – C. Moulding
Bent Larson (a Swindon dentist) is wrongly credited as "Bert" on the sleeve.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched [A TOWNHOUSE stamped]): VS-380-A1 A TOWNHOUSE
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched [TOWNHOUSE B stamped]): VS-380-B1 TOWNHOUSE B
- Published By – Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
- Lacquer Cut At – The Town House
Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Redirected from Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen. XTC released 12 original albums and over 30 singles for Virgin Records, between 1977 and 1992. They signed to Cooking Vinyl for their final two albums in 1999 and 2000. The Fuzzy Warbles series is a collection of demos and sketches from Andy Partridge's tape archive. They do not include any of Colin Moulding's songs and are produced and compiled by Partridge. The name was probably inspired by a line from A Clockwork Orange. The Colonel - Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen Moulding 2:48. Respectable Street UK Single Version 3:06. Looking for Footprints Moulding 3:30. Over Rusty Water 1:29. Heaven is Paved with Broken Glass 4:23. The World is Full of Angry Young Men Moulding 3:41. Punch and Judy 2:43. The Three Wise Men - Thanks for Christmas BalthazarKasparMelchior 3:52. Tissue Tigers The Arguers 3:58. The Colonel - I Need Protection Moulding 3:41. Another Sat. Too many people in the kitchen or too many people trying to do the same task can turn the situation into a hot mess. But, you may ask, If many people are trying to get something done, the task will get done faster. After all, American English also has the expression many hands make light work. This would be the opposite of too many cooks in the kitchen. Anna Matteo wrote this story. The song at the end is The Colonel singing Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen. There's too many cooks in the kitchen. There's too many minds on the job. Everybody wants a piece of the action. Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen. This song is by XTC and appears on the album Rag & Bone Buffet: Rare Cuts & Leftovers 1990. There's too many cooks in the kitchen There's too many minds on the job There's too many cooks in the kitchen Everybody wants a piece of the action Cooking the books and getting their fractions wrong. What we need is law and order Everybody knows Can't have chiefs without the injuns Stepping on their toes. Too many people working together on something may cause problems and the final product the thing thats being worked on can be negatively impacted as a result. Example: Bill and four of his classmates had to work together on a science project for school. However, problems arose because everyone had their own opinion on how it should be handled. The Origin Of Too Many Cooks In The Kitchen. This phrase may come from eateries like restaurants, as these are obviously common places for numerous cooks to be found all in the same kitchen. But whats the problem with having several chefs in one room . Disc IDs. Cover Art 0. I Need Protection track B. Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen track A. Delicious Strawberry Cocktails In Time For Summer - Many Cooks In The Kitchen. Delicious Strawberry Cocktails in Time For Summer. Many Cooks In The Kitchen. 7 March 2019 . The Stuff of Success. Sound too good t. THE COLONEL Too Many Cooks In The Kitchen 1980 UK 7 vinyl single, backed with I Need Protection, Colin Moudling from XTC in disguise picture sleeve. The sleeve shows very little wear and apart from one small belmish