Tag: Terry Edwards

JIM SCLAVUNOS – Song For Ewe

“Precious as these ultra-rare primitive recordings are…the tracks can’t equal the berserk energy of how I remember The Screamers. I saw the band every time they played NY – Paul Roessler even crashed at my apartment on one trip – and they were an absolute revelation”

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THE NIGHTINGALES & VIC GODARD – Brand New Lucky 7

“Stewart Lee curated a show at the South Bank and had us play, and we asked Vic to play, too. He wrote this song for us to do together, which took forever to organise, but has finally happened. Our old friend Jon Langford did the cover and we recorded the single at Leamington Spa with John Rivers, who did the Swell Maps records.”

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CATHI UNSWORTH – Song For Ewe

“He was possessed of very Gallic looks, and was very keen on the guitar style of Django Reinhardt and the satirical songs of Georges Brassens, which inspired him to adapt his extremely droll wit and spectacular worldplay to writing his own canon of songs about surreal goings-on in Northern towns.”

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