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9 thoughts on “ La La Means I Love You - Todd Rundgren - A Wizard, A True Star (CD, Album)

  1. La la la la la la la la la Means I love you Oh, baby, please, now La la la la la la la la la la Means I love you, oh yeah, yeah, yeah The things I am sayin? are true And the way I explain them to you Yes, to you, listen to me La la la la la la la la la Means I love you Oh, you got to learn this thing La la la la la la la la la la Means I love.
  2. Todd Rundgren covered the song in his album, A Wizard, a True Star. Samantha Sang covered "La-La (Means I Love You)" on her LP, Emotion. Minnesota band The Jets covered this song for their self-titled debut album. Tatsuro Yamashita covered the song on his album, Joy: Tatsuro Yamashita Live.
  3. Music On Vinyl continue their Todd Rundgren reissue campaign with limited edition coloured vinyl pressings of ’s A Wizard, a True Star and Faithful, from A Wizard, a True Star saw Rundgren change direction significantly from the previous album (’s Something/Anything) and the American musician delivered an almost hallucinatory musical .
  4. Released in , Todd’s fourth album was anchored by the 10 minute R&B medley “I’m So Proud /Ooh Baby Baby /La La Means I Love You /Cool Jerk” and included standouts like “Zen Archer,” “Sometimes I Don’t Know What To Feel,” and .
  5. Mar 23,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Todd Rundgren - A Wizard, A True Star at Discogs. Complete your Todd Rundgren collection/5().
  6. Todd Rundgren - A Wizard, a True Star Album Lyrics; 1. When the Shit Hits the Fan / Sunset Blvd. Lyrics: 2. International Feel Lyrics: 3. Never Never Land Lyrics: 4. Tic Tic Tic It Wears Off Lyrics: 5. You Need You Head Lyrics: 6. Rock and Roll Pussy Lyrics: 7. Dogfight Giggle Lyrics: 8. You Don't Have To Camp Around Lyrics: 9. Flamingo Lyrics.
  7. A Wizard, a True Star, an Album by Todd Rundgren. Genres: Art Pop, Experimental Rock, Art Rock.
  8. A Wizard, a True Star was released in March and charted at number 86 on the Billboard At Rundgren's behest, no singles were issued from the album, as he wanted the tracks to be heard in the context of the LP. Its release coincided with the success of the "Hello It's .
  9. Something/Anything? proved that Todd Rundgren could write a pop classic as gracefully as any of his peers, but buried beneath the surface were signs that he would never be satisfied as merely a pop singer/songwriter. A close listen to the album reveals the eccentricities and restless spirit that surges to the forefront on its follow-up, A Wizard, A True Star.

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