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Alastair Indge has 8 album credits
Condition Blue
For all the pain and crap from which this record was made, the actual sessions were a gigantic and wonderful party. This was warmly received by The Outside World, less popular among those who counted themselves JBC afficionados. This IS the sound of me having fun, and getting me to do that in those dark days of mid-1991 was no small job.
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Alastair Indge : Vocals
Cake City
Glass-era compilation.
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Alastair Indge : Photography
Cult Of The Basement
If things seemed weird back in February 1989, when we made this baby, the Weird were going shopping on bikes. In a farmhouse in the dead of winter, in personal circumstances too bizarre and complex to relate, we set about making our "commercial suicide" album. For the first time, I felt, we had made an album that really sounded like us. This record does have personality. One of my favourites, this.
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Alastair Indge : Photography
Speedy Gonzalez
Chock full of acoustically and lively delivered cover tunes. Essential.
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Glass 7"
Alastair Indge : Photography
Bloody Nonsense
The Jazz Butcher and his group are not in the business of belonging; they are too old and too obstreperous to conform to some attention-seeking image or commercially viable formula. Rather, they bring their not inconsiderable talents to bear on whatever happens to be in the way at the time. The results can only be described as essential.
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Alastair Indge : Photography
Spooky EP
Thanks for the money. We'll be spending it on weapons and drugs. The first thing that you have to understand about this disc is that it is not an L.P.: it is a single and a radio session nailed together for your amusement.
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Alastair Indge : Photography
Alastair Indge : Photography
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  • May 1 and May 2 1998 players
    albertgresens[at]-remove-yahoo.com - Al. Gresens
    1May2019 9:02 PM (201 days 8 hours ago)
    It was Garrick Simmons on bass guitar for the May 1, 1998 show at The Point and May 2, 1998 Private Wedding.