Album: Naked Baby Photos
Ben Folds Five - USA Release date January 13, 1998 (UK, Jan. 12):
- Eddie Walker (unreleased from first album sessions)
- Jackson Cannery (original 7" version from a limited run of 500 sold
by the band at their first shows)
- Emaline (unreleased from first album sessions)
- Alice Childress (live at KCRW)
- Dick Holster (unreleased from the Stiff Johnson sessions)
- Tom And Mary (unreleased from first album sessions)
- For Those Of Ya'll Who Wear Fanny Packs (recorded at a soundcheck.
Rare UK b-side)
- Bad Idea (original demo version with different lyrics)
- Underground (live at Ziggy's: Winston Salem, NC 8/12/95)
- The Ultimate Sacrifice (live at Lupo's: Providence, RI 5/28/97)
This has only been performed live.
- Satan Is My Master (live at Ziggy's: Winston Salem, NC 8/12/95)
This has only been performed live
- Julianne (live at LA2: London, England 11/26/96)
- Song For The Dumped (live at LA2: London, England 11/26/96)
- Philosophy (live at De Melkweg: Amsterdam, Holland 3/18/97)
- Twin Falls (live at Club Quatro: Tokyo,
This is a cover of a Built To Spill song which has only been performed
- Boxing (live at Club Quatro: Tokyo, Japan 2/26/96)
Read the Press Release from Caroline
Records announcing the album.
Here's what Ben has to say about Naked Baby Photos:
Hey, it's Ben
About Naked Baby Photos
Eddie Walker, Emaline and Tom & Mary are all outtakes from the Ben Folds
Five album, not the demos I may have made on 4 track or live b-sides.
They're unreleased and since I never even had a copy, they have
basically just been on master tape at the Caroline office. They
shouldn't have been cut off the album.
Bad Idea is the demo version which, in my opinion, totally smokes the
crappy movie version.
Jackson Cannery is the single version recorded after we'd been a band
for 2 months and not otherwise released as a b-side.
I don't have the list with me but I think there really aren't many
already released cuts on the whole thing... uh - "Satan", "Fanny Packs"
... uh ...live "Underground" were b-sides ... anyway - just didn't want
people to think they could get away with simply buying 15 singles from
England for hundreds of dollars and be done with it...
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