The Very Best of Fairground Attraction - Fairground Attraction Reviews
Description:Genre: Pop - Folk / Artist: Fairground Attraction / Release Date: 1997 / Music Label: BMG
Newest Review: ... are eclectic to say the least. With the exception of two traditional songs arranged by the band and three cover versions, ... more
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by - written on 14/02/12 (Very useful, 107 readings)
Though not a huge fan of compilation albums, with this band it's just about the only way to hear their music as Fairground Attraction were little more than a fleeting blip on the radar of the music scene. They disbanded due to internal squabbles which is a great shame because this was a band with their own unique sound and a huge potential for success, not least because of the stunning voice of Eddi Reader and the song writing skills of Mark Nevin. Fairground Attraction were a four piece acoustic pop/folk band formed in Scotland in the late 1980s, comprising two guitarists, Mark Nevin and Simon Evans, drummer Roy Dodds and singer Eddi Reader. Eddi Reader had ... Read the complete review
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