Discover Snakefinger on Radio King: get all artist informations, listen to his popular songs and more. Discover Snakefinger on Radio King: get all artist informations, listen to his Mar 19, 2008 In March of 1982, Snakefinger released his third album, Manual Of Errors.
There were no singles released from the album. Snakefinger was actually London post punk musician Philip Charles Lithman. Under the name Snakefinger, he released five studio albums before dying of a heart attack on July 1, 1987. Listen to Manual of Errorsby Snakefinger on Slacker Radio, where you can also create personalized internet radio stations based on your favorite albums, artists and songs.
I have two more live Snakefinger recordings: in Vienna, and at the 9: 30 Club in DC. The 83 show is an FM broadcast from the" History of The Blues" era, with Steve Mackay (Stooges) on sax, as well as Eric Drew. Thanks a ton.
Ive been rocking the two Snakefinger albums nonstop for the last two days. Ive never heard of Snakefinger, but am not a new convert. Keep up the good work, this website is great, I know a lot of work goes into it.
After the lack of success of the second album, he returned to the states and work on his first solo album began. Both" Chewing hides the Sound" and" Greener Postures" were cowritten with The Residents.
His third solo effort, " Manual of Errors" still came out on Ralph Records, but it was mostly written by Snakefinger himself. Manual Of Errors by SNAKEFINGER, released 06 February 2018 1. Yeti: What Are You? 2. Beatnik Party 3. The Garden Of Earthly Delights 4. On Bandcamp Radio. Find a Snakefinger Manual Of Errors first pressing or reissue. Complete your Snakefinger collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. Find a Snakefinger Manual Of Errors first pressing or reissue.
Complete your Snakefinger collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. Jun 20, 2008 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