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Smoke Ring for My Halo is the fourth studio album by American indie rock musician Kurt Vile, released on March 8, 2011 on Matador. The album was produced by John Agnello, Kurt Vile and his backing band, the Violators. Regarding the album's lyrical content, Vile stated: "It’s just me and those thoughts you have late at night when nobody is around.

Read or print original No Not Much lyrics 2019 updated! I don't want, My arms around you, No, not much, I don't bless, The day I found. Baby, if you ever go Could I take it, maybe so Oh, but would I like it No, not much. Like a ten cent soda Doesn't cost a dime I don't want you near me Only all the time. You don't thrill me When you hold me No, not much My brain gets hazy from Your cool and crazy touch. Baby, if you ever go Could I take it, maybe so Oh, but would I like it No, not much No,.

The Smoke Ring perform "Not Much The Smoke Ring .

Smoke ring from a smoke chamber. No, Not Much" is a popular song published in 1955. The music was written by Robert Allen, the lyrics by Al Stillman. The song is an ironic protestation of love, in which the lover rhetorically denies his devotion but then continually undercuts and enfeebles the denial until the exact opposite is conveyed. The Smoke Ring is a 1987 science fiction novel by Larry Niven. Like much of Niven's work, the story is heavily influenced by the setting: a gas torus, a ring of air around a neutron star. It is a sequel to The Integral Trees. The State (Larry Niven).

Album · 2011 · 12 Songs. Co-produced by alt-rock architect John Agnello, Kurt Vile's fourth album finds him gradually emerging from the lo-fi murk of previous releases. He also cuts way back on the snarling punk guitars, turning instead to acoustic fingerpicking swathed in reverb (and backed by his trusty band of Violators). But it's a simple transition, because he's such a phenomenal songwriter, capable of penning exquisitely moody folk-rock numbers, like "Baby's Arms" and "Peeping Tomboy". His lazy drawl, meanwhile, is the glue that holds it all together

Their first national release was the single "That Girl Was My Girl" on Mala Records in 1966 Starting in 1967, they expanded their lineup to include more brass instruments, and regularly toured the Midwest, opening for Dickie Lee, Rufus Thomas, The Shangri-Las, Bobby Vee, and The Everly Brothers Soon after meeting Thomas and Lee, they booked time at Sun Studios and recorded

Tracklist

A No Not Much 3:03
B How'd You Get To Be So Wonderful 2:23

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BDA 77 The Smoke Ring No Not Much ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records BDA 77 US 1969
LL-2235-DA The Smoke Ring No Not Much / How'd You Get To Be So Wonderful ‎(7", Single, Promo) Buddah Records LL-2235-DA Japan 1969
BDA 77 The Smoke Ring No Not Much ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records BDA 77 US 1969
BDA 77 The Smoke Ring No Not Much ‎(7", Single, Promo) Buddah Records BDA 77 US 1969
201 040 The Smoke Ring No Not Much ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records 201 040 UK 1969



The Smoke Ring - No Not Much album
Psychedelic Rock
Performer: The Smoke Ring
Title: No Not Much
Category: Rock
Country: US
Released: 1969
Rating: 4.5/5
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