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The Cripple Gnat Bounce - John Nitzinger - One Foot In History (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Original LP release c. Capitol Records. c. Buy Or Die Records p. Fancy Space Music Inc. CD face silver w/ blue text and Nitzinger logo.
  2. One Foot in History is a proto-metal music album recording by NITZINGER released in on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
  3. One Foot In History 1. Take A Picture 2. Motherlode 3. God Bless The Pervert 4. Earth Eater 5. Driftwood 6. Let The Living Grow 7. The Cripple Gnat Bounce 8. One Foot In History 9. Uncle John Bonus Tracks: Texas Blues/Jelly Roll Power Glide CD3 Live Better Electrically 1. Control 2. Are You With Me 3. Live Better Electrically 4.
  4. May 14,  · One Foot In History () Art Direction – John Hoernle Bass – Curly Benton Lead Guitar – Bugs Henderson Lead Guitar, Celesta, Piano, Vocals – John Nitzinger .
  5. Nov 10,  · Nitzinger joined Alice Cooper on the "Special Forces" international and USA tours. Soon after the "Special Forces" tours, the album, "Zipper Catches Skin" on Warner Bros. Records was released featuring another Nitzinger written hit "I Like Girls" which has had great success in Europe and Asia. December 31, at AM.
  6. The Cripple Gnat Bounce From Nitzinger - Enjoy all the music albums and top video tracks of Nitzinger here on Frogtoon Music. Video Tracks include: L.A. Texas Boy, Hero of the War, Witness to the Truth, Earth Eater, Louisiana Cock Fight, Ticklelick, No Sun, Boogie Queen, One Foot in History, My Last Goodbye, and much more.
  7. Nitzinger is the band named after Texan guitarist John Nitzinger, whose long career has yielded sporadic releases and on-stage appearances for over three decades, starting in the late '60s. Hailing from the city of Fort Worth, John Nitzinger was, by his own account, a precocious songwriter and musician and was involved in several bands and.
  8. There is no such thing as filler on a Nitzinger album. Side two opens with two great guitar duos,Let the Living Grow and The Cripple Gnat Bounce. It has you bouncing around and getting all sweaty By the way, Cripple Gnat Bounce was redone by Bugs Henderson and the Shuffle Kings on his Four Tens Strike Again Album back in /5(9).

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