Blue Zoo ‎– Somewhere In The World There’s A Cowboy Smiling + Re-UPS (12″)

The last of the Blue Zoo and this single from the same year.

More heavy on the tech and synth than previous releases. Bass synth instead of bass guitar. Clattering samples and more Western guitar. This time produced by Colin Campsie and George McFarlane (The Quick and Giant Steps)

A “semi-live” studio version of “Don’t Walk Away” is the B-side, another standalone track and a good New Wave cut.

From the archives here is a link to their debut LP

https://myvinyldreams.wordpress.com/2018/08/06/blue-zoo-2-by-2-vinyl-lp/

and That 12 ” single “CRY BOY CRY”

https://myvinyldreams.wordpress.com/2018/08/03/blue-zoo-cry-boy-cry-12/

https://gofile.io/d/oDYk7n

https://www.sendspace.com/file/fmaw8j

Magnet ‎– 12 MAG 250

ASomewhere In The World There’s A Cowboy Smiling5:58
B1Somewhere In The World There’s A Cowboy Smiling (Instrumental)3:58
B2Don’t Walk Away (Live Studio Version)4:15

2 thoughts on “Blue Zoo ‎– Somewhere In The World There’s A Cowboy Smiling + Re-UPS (12″)”

  1. Strangely I’ve been really enjoying the plethora of Blue Zoo you’ve upped. I wasn’t aware of them other than Cry Boy Cry, but yeah, taken me right back to a slim, less greyer version of myself. I was also thinking that times changes, sounds change, but not necessarily for the better.

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