8 thoughts on “ No Spitting On The Bus - Steve Gibbons Band - Down In The Bunker (CD, Album) ”

  1. The first song, "No Spitting on the Bus," is what grabbed me. I recently "rediscovered" this album as I was cleaning out some old vinyl and forgot how much I liked it. Gibbons has often been called the "English Bob Seeger," though he seems to have more in common with Bob Dylan /5(23).
  2. Musically and vocally, Down in the Bunker shows obvious American influences, but lyrically Gibbons' songs touch on questions of class, race, sexual orientation, and trends, with a decidedly British bent. Tracks like "No Spitting on the Bus" and "Down in the City" paint a picture of urban life in England, ranging from its most mundane to its very edge, while "Mary Ain't Goin' Home" is a thoughtful yet 9/
  3. The first song, "No Spitting on the Bus," is what grabbed me. I recently "rediscovered" this album as I was cleaning out some old vinyl and forgot how much I liked it. Gibbons has often been called the "English Bob Seeger," though he seems to have more in common with Bob Dylan /5(24).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Down In The Bunker on Discogs.4/5(3).
  5. No Spitting On The Bus: A2: Any Road Up: A3: Down In The Bunker: A4: Big J.C. A5: Mary Ain't Goin' Home: B1: Steve Gibbons Band: Down In The Bunker ‎ (CD, Album) Repertoire Records: RR C: Germany: Sell This Version: RAZ Steve Gibbons Band: Down In The Bunker ‎ (LP, Album, RE) Razor Records (2) RAZ UK: Sell This /5(40).
  6. Listen free to Steve Gibbons Band – Down in the Bunker (No Spitting On The Bus, Any Road Up and more). 19 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
  7. Down in the Bunker is the third studio album by the Steve Gibbons rivekeablicorte.lampmoonredownrasotsouresamcaberna.co album was produced by Tony Visconti. The reissue tracks were produced by Bobby Priden who is best known for working with The Who.. The song "Any Road Up" did not appear on the band's earlier-released album .
  8. Steve Gibbons - No Spitting on the Bus lyrics I got on a public bus I paid my fare like the public does They were traveling to work, traveling to play And this is what the driver say You may be bored to the point of aggravation Excited as a lighted fuse Sick with the sight of deprivation Or you may think you've got nothing left to loose.

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