Blind Eye Sees All
|Blind Eye Sees All|
|Video by Butthole Surfers|
|Recorded||February 22 and March 3, 1985|
|Genre||Avant-garde, hardcore punk, psychedelic rock|
|Label||Touch and Go Video|
|Butthole Surfers chronology|
Blind Eye Sees All is a concert video by Butthole Surfers, which was released on VHS tape in 1985 through Touch and Go Video. The package included a 5" clear vinyl single-sided record with a different mix of their cover of The Guess Who song "American Woman". The single bore no label, titles, or credits, and came packaged between the paper insert of the clamshell case and the plastic sleeve for holding cover artwork, in such a way that the disc itself can be seen as the cornea of the eye featured on the original artwork.
The video was re-released on DVD in 2002 by Music Video Distributors. The bulk of the video features performances from two concerts at Traxx in Detroit, MI in February and March, 1985, woven between rambling interviews with the band relaxing in bed. Also included is footage from an early concert of the band with a fully nude Gibby Haynes.
- "The Shah Sleeps in Lee Harvey's Grave"
- "One Hundred Million People Dead"
- "Bar-be-que Pope"
- "Cowboy Bob"
- "Dum Dum"
- "Mexican Caravan"
- "Lady Sniff"
- "Mark Says Alright"
- "Butthole Karaoke"
- Audio and Photo Gallery
- "Negro Observer" (Live in 1991)
- Gibby Haynes – vocals, saxophone, guitar on "The Shah Sleeps in Lee Harvey's Grave", "Mark Says Alright" and "PSY"; bass guitar on "Something"
- Paul Leary – lead guitar, vocals on "The Shah Sleeps in Lee Harvey's Grave", "Bar-be-que Pope" and "Something"; bass guitar on "The Shah Sleeps in Lee Harvey's Grave"
- King Coffey – drums
- Teresa Taylor – drums
- Trevor Malcolm – bass guitar, sousaphone on "Something"
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