Universal Hall - Waterboys Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock - Folk Rock / Artist: Waterboys / Audio CD released 2003-06-01 at Puck / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 This Light Is For The World 2 Christ In You 3 Silent Fellowship 4 Every Breath Is Yours 5 Peace Of Iona 6 Ain't No Words For The Things I'm Feelin ... more
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Last Update 18.06.2013 03:58
Universal Hall WATERBOYS
Release Date: 2003 - 06 - 09, Audio CD, Active Distribution Ltd
Last Update 18.06.2013 03:23
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A Pagan Place - Waterboys"I have heard the big music" (1385 words)
by steerpyke - written on 11/07/06, updated on 13/07/06 (Very useful, 122 readings)
band has always remained fluid and the coming and going of band members must have influenced the changes in style. Mike Scott, the founder and only permanent member of T The Waterboys made a number of solo recordings in late 1981 and early 1982 while in a band named Another Pretty Face These sessions at Redshop Studio are the earliest recordings that would be released under the The Waterboys name. During the same period, Scott formed the short-lived band The Red and the Black, with saxophone player Anthony Thistlethwaite, after hearing him play on Waiting on Egypt, a Nikki Sudden album. The Red and the Black performed nine concerts in London during which time ...
A Pagan Place - WaterboysBIG MUSIC (1642 words)
by Mauri - written on 27/07/05 (Very useful, 345 readings)
stable as punk were identified as a new phenomena known as Celtic indie rock …but wait were do ‘The Waterboys’ fit in to all this…well as U2 made it big T The Waterboys fronted by the Scottish Mike Scott were developing their own brand of Celtic influenced folk/rock and their brand of music was in many ways looking back at the earlier days of 70’s progressive rock rather than the recent punk movement. Formed in 1983 The Waterboys had already released one album before ‘A Pagan Place’ but it was this record that really allowed them to be known to a wider audience. This second album cemented their musical style and for a few years at least made them the most identifiable ...
This Is The Sea - WaterboysBIG BANG (1281 words)
by oldreekie - written on 25/07/01, updated on 25/07/01 (Very useful, 147 readings)
However I never was very good at literary interpretation at school so that could be b*ll*xs! After completing the album, Karl Wallinger left T The Waterboys Reasons for him leaving are varied, either he wasn't happy that Mike Scott was dominating the band ( 7 of the 9 songs on "This is the Sea" are credited solely to Mike, with the other two having one each co-credit with the other band members), or the old classic, musical differences. What is known as fact is that after leaving, Wallinger formed the rather brilliant "World Pa rty" whose first two albums ...
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