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Cathy La Crème / The Cro-Tones - I Married A Cult Figure From Salford / Tea Machine Dub mp3 album

Cathy La Crème / The Cro-Tones - I Married A Cult Figure From Salford / Tea Machine Dub mp3 album
Performer: Cathy La Crème
Title: I Married A Cult Figure From Salford / Tea Machine Dub
Released: 1980
Country: UK
Style: New Wave
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 302
Formats: AU XM AUD AIFF MMF DTS ADX
MP3 size: 1421 mb
FLAC size: 1430 mb

Vocals – Cathy La CrèmeWritten-By – Mikro (8), Smudeboy. Tea Machine Dub. Written-By – Smudeboy, Wedgeman. Producer – John Crumpton (2). Notes. Special dubble B side. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.

Cathy La Crème, The Cro-Tones. Cathy La Crème, The Cro-Tones - I Married A Cult Figure From Salford, Tea Machine Dub ‎(7"). Rock Steady Records, Ovation Records.

Cathy La Crème has been played on NTS shows including Last Resort, with I Married A Cult Figure From Salford first played on 16 September 2017. Original source Last.

Tea Machine Dub. Versions. Cathy La Crème, The Cro-Tones.

Musician: Cathy La Crème. Cathy La Crème - Tones - I Married A Cult Figure From Salford, Tea Machine Dub MP3 album ZIP archive. 11471 downloads at 25 mb/s. Cathy La Crème - Tones - I Married A Cult Figure From Salford, Tea Machine Dub FLAC album ZIP archive. 2422 downloads at 22 mb/s  . MICK 009.

Love is the second album by British rock band The Cult, released in 1985 on Beggars Banquet Records. The album was the band's commercial breakthrough, reaching number four in the UK and staying on the chart for 22 weeks. It produced three Top 40 singles in the UK, "She Sells Sanctuary", "Rain" and "Revolution". It has been released in nearly 30 countries and sold an estimated . million copies. Love was recorded at Jacob's Studios in Farnham, Surrey, in July and August 1985.

Diy! (Cease & Desist).

Factor in the cranky dub of The Murphy Foundation's 'Fed Up Skank', the eerily coiled 'Tea Machine Dub' by The Cro-Tones, or The Prats' swaggering, pogoing 'Disco Pope' and you have a 100% killer, no filler collection picking flowers from the cracked facia of alt-pop culture in the fallout of punk. Honestly - this is one of the most inspiring and enlightening comps you'll pick up this year - kudos to Optimo for reliably digging deeper than the rest.

Адрес: Россия, Москва, Садовая-Спасская, 3, 3. ОГРН: 1057746840095

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Cathy La Crème I Married A Cult Figure From Salford
Vocals – Cathy La CrèmeWritten-By – Mikro , Smudeboy
B The Crowtones* Tea Machine Dub
Written-By – Smudeboy, Wedgeman

Credits

  • Producer [Uncredited] – John Crumpton

Notes

'℗ © 1980 The Mafia Connection Last String. Croton Creations. Special dubble B side.'

B-side credited to: The Crowtones on label, The Cro-Tones on sleeve.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MICK 009 Cathy La Crème / The Cro-Tones Cathy La Crème / The Cro-Tones - I Married A Cult Figure From Salford / Tea Machine Dub ‎(7") Rock Steady Records MICK 009 UK 1980
OVS 1212 Cathy La Crème / The Cro-Tones Cathy La Crème / The Cro-Tones - I Married A Cult Figure From Salford / Tea Machine Dub ‎(7", RE) Ovation Records OVS 1212 UK 1980


Hbr
A John Cooper Clark parody, impersonating the Salford bard with the classic line: “Like a sack of old potatoes, the night has a thousand eyes.”
Inertedub
It was probably sometime 78/9. Cathy la Creme and Debbie Sticky were doing their girlie John Cooper Clarke thing, as support to The Smirks, downstairs at Rafters. I was with my friends, including (as she liked to call herself) Jenny Clare Hargeaves Smithson Brown. This was her Road to Damascus moment, because from then on Jenny Eclair came into the world
Daiktilar
Actual line-up: Michael Rowe / John Crumpton / CathyProduction: Steve Hopkins, not Martin HannetSee http://www.johncrumpton.co.uk/page23.htm
Mr_KiLLaURa
The male vocalist on 'I Married A Cult Figure From Salford' is actually my good friend & author - Mike Rowe (misspelt "Bowe" in above notes). He's credited as 'Mikro' on the label, as he wrote the lyrics, I believe 'Smudeboy' to be John Crumpton, who wrote the music, though I have no idea who 'Wedgeman' is... As far as I'm aware, Martin Hannett & Pauline Murray played no part in the making of this record - sorry to dispel that particular folk myth.....but for what it matters, with reference to the identity of the female vocalist - the name 'Jenny Eclair' has also been mentioned before now, possibly by Mike himself, if I remember correctly!
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