Releases Waiting For The Love Bus
Label: Creation Records, TriStar
Catalogue: CRECD156, WK57563
Note: Pat explains the tunes
Rosemary Davis' World Of Sound
Kids In The Mall/Kaliningrad
Rosemary Davis' World Of Sound (Reprise Compact Disc)
Everybody's Talking (TriStar Only)
Do You Wanna Dance (TriStar Only)
Pat Fish (Fender Telecaster, Fender Jaguar, Yamaha sf-800, 6 & 12 String Acoustic Guitars, Keyboards, Percussion, Programming, Vocals)
Richard Formby (Fender Jaguar, Gibson Firebird, Burns Electric
X11 String, Programming, Tapes)
Dooj Wilkinson (Wal Bass Guitar, Voice)
Nick Burson (Drums)
Peter Crouch (Fender Stratocaster, Fender Jaguar, Yamaha sf-800)
Engineered: Richard Formby , Pat Fish Woodhouse Studios, Leeds
Pascal Legras, Mark Brown
the jbc extend their gratitude to: tony foster for logistics : alaric and rob for amplifiers : ringo's high for acoustics : Mike Stout for dinners, tolerance and `fatback' : the emperors of ice cream for post-historical political orientation (no more years!) : dave and chris of the lyric police for a big saturday and many shed sundays : alan mcgee and joseph james foster for continued faith and support : and kathie mcginty for watching over.
Les Inrockuptibles (France), June 1993
Illinois Entertainer (Chicago, IL) Sep 1994 (VERY negative!)
Cash Box (USA) 16 Apr 1994
Option (UK) Sep/Oct 1994
The Butcher Says..
Too early for me to say, but there's a clean, simple sound to a lot of this that Condition Blue detractors might appreciate. It's not a deliberate change of musical policy, just a gradual personal evolution thing. I'm ten years older now than when I made Bath Of Bacon , and right now, after all that morbid stuff, it only really feels like about three. There's rockin' shit and there's a big ballad or two and some weird little pop songs and a nice family sing-along about penguins. I hope you like it.
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fuelburningoracle[at]-remove-mac.com - Tom and New York
12Oct2008 12:21 AM (8 years 163 days ago)
This is truly a work of art, some of the best songs in the world lie hidden within it's laser encoded plastic.