Taking Liberties Album

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About Taking Liberties

Taking Liberties is an Elvis Costello compilation album, consisting of tracks not previously released on his albums as released in the US. It was largely made up of B-sides and UK-only album and single tracks, but also featured three previously unreleased recordings. It was released only in the US and Canada; its track listing is very similar to that of the UK release Ten Bloody Marys & Ten How's Your Fathers. The differences are that on the latter, the tracks "Night Rally", "Sunday's Best" and "(I Don't Want to Go to) Chelsea" are replaced by "Watching the Detectives", "Radio, Radio" and "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding". The sleeve note by Gregg Geller is very nearly a direct lift from the 1958 album A Gene Vincent Record Date, with names and song titles being substituted as appropriate. The LP version features nostalgic Columbia labels. The legend on the Side One label reads "COSTELLO" instead of "COLUMBIA", in a similar fashion to This Year's Model. 


Year:
1980

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