St. Elmo’s Fire- Vol.3 Really in Love! (’79-’84)

SEF vol 3 final

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Volume three of this 4 volume compilation shows more of what made St.Elmo’s such a popular band; killer songs and great performances (both live and in the studio.) Plus more unreleased photos and radio interviews of the original band from 1979 to 1984.

CD Tracklisting

Label: XXX Records
Artist: St. Elmos Fire
Catalog No.: XXX005
Title: Vol.3: Really in Love! (Psycho Rockers ‘79-
‘84)

Tracks:
1. Happy With You
( Jeff Jones / Tim Raynor-Allwein )(recorded 1983)
2. Too Bad
( Jeff Jones / Tim Raynor-Allwein )(recorded 1981)
3. I’m Sorry
( Jeff Jones / Tim Raynor-Allwein ) (recorded 1980)
4. Rock and Roll Girl (demo)
( Jeff Jones / Tim Raynor-Allwein ) (recorded 1984)
5. Heart to Heart
( Jeff Jones / Tim Raynor-Allwein )((recorded 1979)
6. Playin’ Music
( Jeff Jones / Tim Raynor-Allwein )( (recorded 1980)
7. Piece of Your Love (live)
( Jeff Jones / Tim Raynor-Allwein )((recorded 1981 at Brewery in Davis, California)
8. All Alone ( alternate mix)
( Jeff Jones / Tim Raynor-Allwein )((recorded 1980)
9. Really in Love (live)
( Jeff Jones / Tim Raynor-Allwein )(( recorded in 1981 at Picnic Day, Davis, CA.)
10. Innocent
( Jeff Jones / Tim Raynor-Allwein )( recorded 1984
11. Burning Rubber
( Jeff Jones / Tim Raynor-Allwein )( recorded 1980 at Brewery in Davis, California)
12. Dudley (live)
( Jeff Jones / Tim Raynor-Allwein )( recorded 1980 at Brewery in Davis, California)
13. Take the Wires Out of my Head (live)
( Jeff Jones / Tim Raynor-Allwein )recorded 1981 at Brewery in Davis, California)
14. Radio interview clip: “ on getting arrested”
(taped 1981)
15. Radio interview clip: “ on our live show”
(taped 1981)
16. Radio Interview clip: “ on what inspires Jeff”

All songs copyright 1978-2010.
All rights reserved
All songs written by Jeff Jones and Tim Raynor-Allwein

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limited edition 4 panel ecopak packaging

St. Elmos Fire -Vol 3 Really in Love!; (Psycho Rockers ’79-’84)