Recorded: Ace Studio, Bugbrooke, Northants
Note: GLAP104 was included in some copies of Distressed Gentlefolk.
Alex Green - Saxophone
Malcolm Rivett-Carnac - engineer
Mitch Jenkins - photography
Buffalo Shame - sleeve
This disc is dedicated to the immortal memory of the great Peter Lorre. You were one of the Big Ones, Peter.
He comes down the platform and talks to you. "Ever wondered what Max and I get up to away from the glamour of the modern stage? No, probably not, but let me tell you that there is nothing we like better that to get our teeth into those Big Questions. In celebration of which, we bring you this collection of tunes, recorded secretly in an obscure rural location, and positively busting with the authentic sound of disco dialectic."
He grinds out a cigarette on Platform 2 of Rugby Railway station and shugs: "You'll be all right". Yours ever
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chrisandjen[at]-remove-bigfoot.com - CantankerousApe
30Nov2003 11:23 AM (13 years 241 days ago)
I listened to this EP many, many, many times back in 87/88, and it still has a very warm place in my heart. Why, oh why can I not get it on CD?