Martin Plaza, best known as singer and songwriter for Mental As Anything, performs the Lou Reed song on "Live And Sweaty", ABC-TV, July 29 1994. The song is from Martin's solo album of Reed covers "Andy's Chest", released the same year. It also came out as a single but did not chart.
Background information. Martin Edward Murphy. Also known as. Martin DeJesus Plaza. Martin Plaza was one of the products of that amusement whilst obviously being inspired by the famous Sydney pedestrian mall Martin Place. He has in the past jokingly stated that his full name is Martin DeJesus Plaza. Main article: Mental As Anything. In 1986, Plaza had a No. 2 hit in Australia with the 1960s Unit 4+2 song "Concrete and Clay", and the subsequent solo album Plaza Suite also charted. Further singles were not as successful. In 1991 another planned solo album morphed into a collaboration with former member of Models, James Freud. Entitled Beatfish, it became one of the very first Australian Dance or House flavoured albums. Another surprising turn was his 1994 album Andy's Chest.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by Martin Plaza. is a cover of. Concrete and Clay by Unit 4 + 2 (1965).
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. Martin Plaza - Best Foot Forward. Martin Plaza – Out The Door (UK Epic) 1986. Martin Plaza – Pit Stop (UK Epic) 1986. Martin Plaza – Miss You Like Mad (UK Epic) 1986. Martin Plaza – Chalk And Cheese (UK Epic) 1986. Martin Plaza - Miss you like mad. Extract Chords.
The mothers chose this site for its high visibility, and they were hoping for information on their whereabouts to recover imprisoned or to properly bury their children. One year after the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo was founded, hundreds of women were participating, gathering in the Plaza for weekly demonstrations. They found strength in each other by marching in public, and attracted some press. The song appeared on their 1987 album The Joshua Tree. The Mothers of Plaza de Mayo (Spanish: Las Madres de la Plaza de Mayo) is a 1985 Argentine documentary film directed by Susana Blaustein Muñoz and Lourdes Portillo about the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo.
Camera and Electrical Department Miscellaneous Crew. How Much Have You Seen? How much of Martin Plaza's work have you seen? Known For. Narco Dollar Camera and Electrical Department.
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- Co-producer – Adam Warnock (tracks: 2), Andy Sidari (tracks: 1), Tony Hunt (tracks: 2)
- Edited By [Single Edit] – Russell McKean (tracks: 1)
- Engineer – James Freud (tracks: 3)
- Mixed By – David Hemmings (tracks: 1), Martin Plaza (tracks: 1)
- Piano – Scott Saunders (tracks: 2)
- Producer – Martin Plaza (tracks: 1, 2)
- Written-By – James Freud (tracks: 3), Lou Reed (tracks: 1), Martin Plaza (tracks: 2, 3)