Kojak Variety is a 1995 covers album by Elvis Costello. "Days" had previously appeared on the album Until the End of the World, the 1991 soundtrack to Wim Wenders' film of the same name. The album's obscure title refers to the name of a variety store near to where the album was recorded; Costello was amused by the seemingly random name of the enterprise, and in a similar spirit, decided to apply the name to his album.
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... Alone"" Cover Song by Elvis Costello from the album Kojak Variety Released May 9, 1995 Recorded March–May 1986 Genre Rock Length 310 Label Warner Bros ... Rhino Producer Kevin Killen and Elvis Costello Kojak Variety track listing I Threw It All Away (Disc 1 track 4) ""Leave My Kitten Alone"" (Disc 1 track 5) Everybody's Crying ... It would later appear on his Kojak Variety Album, a collection of 50s and 60s rock and roll standards ...
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“The best bribe which London offers to-day to the imagination, is, that, in such a vast variety of people and conditions, one can believe there is room for persons of romantic character to exist, and that the poet, the mystic, and the hero may hope to confront their counterparts.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)