Mick Ronson Discography -

Genya Ravan released an album a year starting in 1969 with Ten Wheel Drive's "Construction #1" on Polydor, up to the 1974 release of "Goldie Zelkowitz" on Janus, but created her most popular recordings on 20th Century Fox in 1978 and 1979 when she released the self-produced "...And I Mean It" and "Urban Desire". Mick Ronson played lead guitar, and Ian Hunter sang duet lead vocals with Genya on "Junkman", the stand out track on her "...And I Mean It" album. It was also released as a single in Norway.

UPDATE! The Ian Hunter 2CD collection "Once Bitten" from 2002 also includes the track "Junkman".

GENYA RAVAN - ...And I Mean It (1979 LP)

Tracks: Pedal To The Metal / I Won't Sleep On The Wet Spot No More / Steve... / Stubborn Kinda Girl / It's Me / Junkman / Love Isn't Love / I'm Wired, Wired, Wired / Roto Root Her / Night Owl

- US LP: 20th Century Fox T595
- US CD (2004): Hip-O Records 306102
- Japan CD (2004): Vivid Sound RATCD4279

The USA 2004 CD re-issue is limited to 5000 copies worldwide and is available from Genya's website: www.genyaravan.com

Junkman (1979 7" single)

Tracks: Junkman / Love Isn't Love

- Norway 7" single: 20th Century Fox 6162 168

Comments: Both songs were culled from the "...And I Mean It" album. The single was only available in Norway which is strange since I have yet to find a Norwegian pressing of the LP!
[Genya Ravan - Junkman]

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