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Ballad Of Dwight Fry - Alice Cooper (2) - Poison (CD)


Download Ballad Of Dwight Fry - Alice Cooper (2) - Poison (CD)
1989
Label: Epic - 655061 3 • Format: CD Mini, Maxi-Single • Country: Austria • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock


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  1. rows · As a tribute to an actor he grew up watching in horror movies, Alice Cooper included a .
  2. B Ballad Of Dwight Fry (Live) Recorded live at Cincinnati Gardens by Westwood One. Mixed at Village Recorder, Los Angeles CA Engineer – Biff Dawes Mixed By – Bob Pfeifer, Joe Borja Written-By – Alice Cooper, M. Bruce* (C) CBS United Kingdom Ltd.
  3. I rediscovered Alice Cooper in '89 when I first heard "Poison". My senior year('91), when "Hey Stoopid" came out, that track and "House of Fire" really made me want the "Trash" CD. My parents, in their parently knowledge of such things, got me the cassette single of "Hey Stoopid" instead of the entire CD. And on the B-side was the Fry remake.5/5(1).
  4. Jan 10,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Alice Cooper - Poison at Discogs. Complete your Alice Cooper collection. Poison: Ballad Of Dwight Fry: Cold Ethyl: Credits (4) Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; 3: Alice Cooper (2) Poison ‎ (CD, Mini, Maxi) Epic: 3: Europe: /5().
  5. Alice Cooper (2) ‎– Theatre Of Death - Live At Hammersmith Label: Universal Music DVD Video (2) ‎– , Bigger Picture ‎–
  6. This song is a salute to the actor Dwight Frye, who played maniacal characters in many Universal horror films, including Renfield from the original Dracula (). Cooper dropped the "E" from the name to avoid a lawsuit. In concert, Cooper would perform this song in a straitjacket from which he would escape and strangle a nurse.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the DVD release of Theatre Of Death - Live At Hammersmith on Discogs.
  8. "The Ballad of Dwight Fry" is a dramatic piece about the inmate of a mental asylum. It opens with a young girl's voice asking if her "Daddy" will "ever come home", against a childlike piano backdrop. The song shifts to acoustic guitar and Cooper singing presumably in the persona of the girl's father, at first in a wavering almost-whisper.

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