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Navn: IDE. Service: Youtube, Google. It actually had some great stuff on it in retrospect. Any anecdotes you remember? This was a big studio for us, but by doing it after hours we could save a lot of money. We were young enough then to do without sleep for a while. It felt like things were starting to happen. I think he put the money from that into this fairlymodern track studio. He never appeared at the sessions, but the studio always had a faint smell of eighties fairy dust. How much did it cost to make?
It cost nothing — I did for my Media course. I love those clips. I think they capture the mood. You also used the name of this song for a compilation released in , would you say this was one of the most emblematic songs of the band?
And how come this was your last release? Was there plans for more? It actually sounds well recorded and warm. Not too much Eighties effects that wrecked a lot of records in Australia at the time. How did this compilations came together, and I wonder if the Phantom Records one is the most complete one? Is it missing anything?
It was pretty comprehensive. Great song. Another joke. Again me. Juliet was the obvious choice, so we made that one. It was the wrong one. But I looked a lot better in those days. We did record only recently 2 new songs. Check the book on that. Juliet sings it beautifully.
It just works well with bands limited skills and creates a mood. I have about 5 I really like. It was a couple of years of 3 or 4 a week? Maybe not always. Which cities did you play? Did you get a chance to do any touristy stuff on the side or it was all gig after gig after gig?
We played in London, and Leeds Uni. It was a bit of a slog by then. But not that many gigs, more a slog to hang around without much money in a large unfriendly city. I do remember this Rotterdam show clearly.
It was definitely the biggest audience we played to in Europe and was a great success. Not a totally compatible band perhaps. So at the start of the show, there was a bit on an exodus of crowd, but also an influx. We went down a treat and everyone was happy. We got to taste a bit of the rock star lifestyle too, backstage.
The Triffids were playing this same festival and were already hardened partakers. I hated live mixing and this was a good example of why. It was a Hot Records night in a sort of a cave. There were posters with three bands and twelve bands turned up and then they only played for twenty minutes. There were twelve people there or something.
It was the worst gig in the world—I felt sorry for the Lighthouse Keepers. I know of the fantastic The Widdershins…. After the European tour it all seemed a bit much.
The usual sort of inter band friction. Myself and Juliet broke up as a couple, which was difficult. But we still kept going musically in the Widdershins. Hairy has been the musical of us. But the Cannanes is his staple. Blue has played on with all sort of bands including the Honeys.
Juliet has been a solo artist. I believe more than a few, right? Definitely not commercial radio. Yes some. Check the book for some press. It definitely helped.
Even a little review in NME. I think it would have to be the last show. It was packed. We thought we were stars. I love putting on shows and they often involve music. I have a lot of camera gear and sound equipment. Some of this is for pleasure — some for work. I guess I surf. Ha — Ok. Not many can stand the long flight to Australia. I live near Sydney but out of the city. Australia has great coast. Is it boring? Which is what that band was about. What would I recommend.
I just got back from Broken Hill. Weird, Outback, where strange characters meet. I think they are searching for the real Australia. But something went askew. Lots of movies made out there. Not all of them good. Still US dollars go a long way here. I think the wild side of Australia is great, yet we all cling to Cities and the coast.
Visitors seem to like the people here. We are very civilised. For the better. Food and drink. Flat Whites — I think they may come from here. Buy the book. It was fun to put together. They are great as usual. AT this moment we can preview two songs from the ex-Groove Farm, Beatnik Filmstars, Rorschach, Rosehips, and more legendary bands members.
Yeah legendary in Bristol and everywhere else we love indiepop. Cor Blanc : another great release out now on Galaxy Train Records from Japan is a 7 song mini-album by a duo formed by Mireia and Sergi from Barcelona! It sounds really lovely, naive and dreamy pop. I wonder why I had never heard them before! They even have toured across Italy and Japan! The Sastro : who are The Sastro?
It must be a band from that great first wave of Indonesian indiepop. The doctor at an asylum decides that it would be good for the patients if they could take care of a few pigs.
This turns out so well that they start selling pigs to make money. The patients gets saner for every day that goes by and the staff start to behave rather strangely. Now the two songs the band released are pretty great. They are as far as I know the only proper release they put out. Their release is the only one listed on this label so it might be a good guess to say that it was a self-release.
Georga and Lotta would later be in , Seventh Wave and Tambumajoren. Happily I just found a copy of the record for a decent price.
But I definitely want to know more about them. What are they up to these days? Did they record more songs? Any help would be great! Thanks again so much to Ian Finney for the interview! The band released 4 singles and their album still remains unreleased to this day.
A classic band of the 80s for me and very happy to learn more about them! Thanks so much for being up for another interview! Are you still in touch with the rest of The Tempest members? Hiya Roque. The Tempest was a completely different setup to Christopher.
Christopher and The Tempest were both guitar-based bands with similar influences. My guitar playing had evolved a lot since The Tempest and I was trying new things.
I was a side man in The Tempest, a lead guitarist. I did have some creative control over what I did and there was some input from me on other things while the album was being recorded, but not as a songwriter.
It was a mirror image of The Tempest. The band had a residency in Warrington at Abbey Green studios and demoed the songs there. Pete left the band and they were looking for another guitarist. Were you all so young? Or where did you usually get together? Where were the other band members from? The band was based in Warrington but were a Liverpool band. We used to meet at Abbey Green studios or directly at rehearsals in Liverpool or London. When we were recording we were all based in hotels or guest houses in Stockport and London.
Mark Olly left the band just before we signed. Mick Burland was auditioned and he played on three studio tracks then Jon Sumpton was with us for a while and finally Steve Dolder ex-Prefab Sprout joined. Mike was the songwriter and we either learned his songs from the demos or during rehearsals. To my knowledge nothing new was written during the time the band was signed. We practised in Warrington at first and after signing we rehearsed in Liverpool then later in London at The Clink, Nomis studios and also Lipstick Studios.
We changed the name from Going Gah Gah to The Tempest after signing and I think the record company asked us to do that. Mike thought of the name. Mike was certainly influenced by The Beatles and his passion for the band got me into them too. I was a jangle-pop guitarist back then and I was into The Byrds. Did their people come to gigs? Did you send demo tapes? I was very fortunate to be in a position where I joined a band just as they were about to sign a recording contract.
Was wondering if this was the first time, because of your age, going to a proper recording studio? And if so, how was that experience working with Glenn Tilbrook? There was a feeling of deja vu and I was completely at ease with recording. When I was sixteen I saw a poster of Duran Duran standing in a recording studio with a stand full of guitars behind them.
Something struck me about it. Not to be famous, but to be a professional recording guitarist. I practised so hard. This is what got me expelled from college — I was playing music all the time. I would pretend to be recording live takes in front of a tape machine. They asked me to play it and I recorded two takes then Glenn asked me to add a few bits on and it was done. We met Glenn on October 31 st at a rehearsal room near the river. I loved collecting those and they were nearly all released on coloured vinyl.
Working in the studio with Glenn was disciplined and methodical but laid-back. I really enjoyed it. We socialised as well and spent time in the pub and at his place. I think he is one of the most original British songwriters ever. Squeeze are utterly unique. Pete Hammond and Femi Jiya engineered on the album. Pete is a mixing legend. Femi went on to work with Prince at Paisley Park.
What was your favourite format for your music and why? And was this the photoshoot that Jill Bryson from Strawberry Switchblade helped with? Mike thought of the concepts and professional artists developed them.
That photoshoot was with Peter Arthur who was the partner of Jill Bryson from Strawberry Switchblade at the time and Jill was at the session. I loved Strawberry Switchblade. I chatted with Jill throughout the day and she learned that I was single and hinted that Rose from the band was looking for a boyfriend. I never chased it up. I think Strawberry Switchblade are remarkable for the cultural influence that they had on Japan that exists to this day. Blocky Squad. Battle Pets. Cursed Treasure 2.
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He also mentions that Jean had a Myspace at some point were she had some songs were she provided vocals. Another late discovery is the band Parliamo from Perth in Scotland. Mike was the songwriter and we either learned his songs from the demos or during rehearsals. I think I briefly saw him. I got a girlfriend, started writing songs and began to enjoy life. How Vienpadsmit - Tramplīni - Planētas (CD) you all meet? Amigo Pancho 6. We played in London, and Leeds Uni. Thanks so much to Bernd for the interview!
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