ZANG TUMB TUMB DISCOGRAPHY “…which deny the freedom of the flesh…”

Roy Orbison

Wild hearts

…and time again


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Type: Single

Format: 12" vinyl

Label: Zang Tuum Tumb

Catalogue ref.: 12ZTAS9

Series: Timely Action series no. 9


Release date: 24 June 1985

Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Chart position: UK: (Starting 8/6/1985) 94; 76; 76; 92


Sleeve design: XL Design; ZTT

Photographer: Anton Corbijn; Nicholas Roeg; Dacotah

Artwork

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Vinyl sleeve: Front

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Vinyl sleeve: Back

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Vinyl label: Side A

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Vinyl label: Side B

Printed tracklisting

  1. Wild hearts (…and time again)
  2. Wild hearts (Voiceless)
  3. Ooby dooby (…revived)
  4. Wild hearts (…time)

Actual tracklisting

Side A

  1. Wild hearts (…and time again) 05:46
  2. Wild hearts (Voiceless) 03:30

Side B

  1. Ooby dooby (…revived) 02:07
  2. Wild hearts (…time) 03:30

Occasionally the tracklisting printed on the sleeve art of a release isn’t 100% accurate. Track names may be missing, mixes unspecified or misnamed. For this reason a printed tracklisting is shown as well as a more accurate actual tracklisting.

Sleeve Notes

Outer sleeve: Front

WILD HEARTS

(…and time again)

sung by

ROY ORBISON

song taken from Nicolas Roeg’s INSIGNIFICANCE

“time will have been broken apart”

The actress played by theresa russell ‘she could only love one person—HERSELF’

the ball player played by gary busey ‘in time… it would all make sense’

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Outer sleeve: Back

12 ZTAS 9

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(…to catch your attention)

THE WORK OF TIME

Roy Orbison sings “WILD HEARTS” …in the nick of time.

Performed to remind us if Nicolas Roeg’s picture “INSIGNIFICANCE”

A1. Wild Hearts (…and time again)

A2. Wild Hearts (voiceless)

B1. Ooby Dooby

B2. Wild Hearts (…time)

…but nothing has happened of course, except that time will have passed between us…

Produced by David Briggs and Will Jennings: Nashville.

Re-mixed by Nick Ryan: London.

Timed by Ray Williams. Notes: Ian Penman.

Sleeve caught out by XLZTT “steady”

Photography of Roy Orbison: Anton Corbijn

Stills: Dacotah

“So what is to be said at this hour of Apocalypse? Whatever we say, it will be deferred. And we have been given Insignificance in the interim: a vision or version of the Apocalypse that turns out to be far from apocalyptic. It has adopted a different tone. In fact, and this is far from insignificant, it could not be funnier, Or—and it may amount to the same this—further from the truth.”

The ACTRESS: Theresa Russell

The PROFESSOR: Michael Emil

The BALLPLAYER: Gary Busey

The SENATOR: Tony Curtis

The LIFT OPERATOR: Will Sampson

THIS SOUVENIR OF ‘INSIGNIFICANCE’ forms a part of NUMBER NINE in Z.T.T’s timely Action Series. “Where the song takes on time…and takes off.

(“but Orbison’s most fascinating records and chronicles of deep lust and even deeper fear: “Running Scared,” “Love Hurts”, “Only The Lonely”—these titles tell the story. In “Running Scared”, the music builds from a whisper to a scream as Orbison recites an ultimate paranoid fantasy, imagining what might happen if his girl possibly saw someone who might attract he more than him, an anxiety rendered completely ironic because in the end he imagines that she doesn’t…”)

…how life can come to hang on the evidence of one work or glance, on less, on inflection and forgetfulness, the discrepancy of a breath, the difference between “now” and “no”…

“And so we might say coming out of Insignificance, we were only on our way to this exit after all, an end which refuses the end.”

Label: Side A

1. Wild Hearts (…and time again)

sung by Roy Orbison

2. Wild Hearts (voiceless)

both tracks written by Will Jennings and Roy Orbison

published by Pollyanna Music and Film Co./Warner Bros. Music

produced by David Briggs and Will Jennings

song from the film “INSIGNIFICANCE” —which is a ZENITH production

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To be played at 45 r.p.m.

STEREO

℗+© zang tuum time 1985

unauthorised public performance, broadcasting and copying of this record prohibited. All rights of the manufacturer and of the owner of the recorded work reserved.

(A) 12 ZTAS 9

Label: Side B

1. Ooby Dooby

(W. Moore/D. Penner)

Published by Southern Music Ltd

2. Wild Hearts (…time)

sung by Roy Orbison

written by Will Jennings and Roy Orbison

published by Pollyanna Music and Film Co./Warner Bros. Music

produced by David Briggs and Will Jennings

a souvenir of the film “INSIGNIFICANCE” —which is a ZENITH production

(ZTT logo) (Island logo)

To be played at 45 r.p.m.

STEREO

℗+© zang time tumb 1985

unauthorised public performance, broadcasting and copying of this record prohibited. All rights of the manufacturer and of the owner of the recorded work reserved.

(B) 12 ZTAS 9