Captain Beefheart Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Captain Beefheart Lyrics - by Popularity

1 China Pig
2 The Host The Ghost The Most Holy-O
3 The Dust Blows Forward 'n The Dust Blows Back
4 The Witch Doctor Life
5 Skeleton Makes Good
6 The Thousandth And Tenth Day Of The Human Totem Pole
7 Bluejeans And Moonbeams
8 Pena
9 Dachau Blues
10 Sweet Sweet Bulbs
11 The Blimp
12 Moonlight On Vermont
13 Wild Life
14 Neon Meate Dream Of An Octafish
15 Fallin' Ditch
16 Ice Cream For Crow
17 Veteran's Day Poppy
18 Ink Mathematics
19 The Past Sure Is Tense
20 Doc At The Radar Station
21 Mirror Man
22 Spoken Between Tracks
23 Bills Corpse
24 81 Poop Hatch
25 My Human Gets Me Blues
26 Orange Claw Hammer
27 Pachuco Cadaver
28 Ella Guru
29 Hobo Chang Ba
30 Safe As Milk
31 Big Eyed Beans From Venus
32 Grow Fins
33 She's Too Much For My Mirror
34 Sugar 'N Spikes
35 Owed T' Alex
36 Frownland
37 Space-Age Couple
38 Odd Jobs
39 Well
40 Semi-Multicoloured Caucasian
41 Human Totem Pole (The 1000th And 10th Day Of The Human Totem Pole)
42 When Big Joan Sets Up
43 Hey Garland, I Dig Your Tweed Coat
44 Apes-Ma
45 Evening Bell
46 Bat Chain Puller (Alternate Mix)
47 Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles
48 Cardboard Cutout Sundown
49 Candle Mambo
50 Old Fart At Play
51 Light Reflected Off The Oceans Of The Moon
52 Hobo-Ism
53 Hair Pie: Bake 1
54 Sånt är Livet
55 I'm Gonna Booglarise You Baby
56 Hair Pie: Bake 2
57 Dali's Car
58 Click Clack
59 Flavor Bud Living
60 Ant Man Bee
61 Kandy Korn
62 Harry Irene
63 Steal Softly Thru Snow
64 Golden Birdies
65 Bat Chain Puller
66 Seam Crooked Sam
67 Grown So Ugly
68 Brick Bats
69 Abba Zaba
70 Floppy Boot Stomp
71 Yellow Brick Road
72 Chariot (Ah Carrot Is As Close As Ah Rabbit Gets To Ah Diamond)
73 Neon Meate Dream Of A Octafish

Captain Beefheart Bio

Don Van Vliet (born Don Glen Vliet on January 15, 1941) is an American musician and painter, best known by the pseudonym Captain Beefheart. His musical work was mainly conducted with a rotating assembly of musicians called The Magic Band, which was active between the mid-1960s and the early 1980s. Van Vliet was chiefly a singer and harmonica player, occasionally playing saxophone and keyboards. His compositions are characterized by their odd mixtures of shifting time signatures and by their surreal lyrics, while Van Vliet himself is noted for his dictatorial approach to his musicians and for his enigmatic relationship with the public.

The Magic Band's output is rooted in blues and rock music, but its best-known work draws on more disparate influences. 1969's Trout Mask Replica takes cues from free jazz, psychedelia, and contemporary experimental composition. With its follow-up albums the group turned to more conventional rock music, but they were frustrated by a lack of commercial success and disbanded in 1974. Towards the end of the decade Van Vliet formed a new Magic Band with a group of younger musicians and produced three albums that revisited the eccentricities of his earlier work. Van Vliet's music attracted a devoted following and his influence on fellow musicians, particularly those of the punk and New Wave movements, has been described as "incalculable.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_Beefheart