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Shoes For Industry



 

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Shoes For Industry - Talk Like a Whelk (Remastered)

 

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Talk Like A Whelk
Invasion Of The French Boyfriends

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  1. THE WAR OF THE POTATOES
  2. FEAR OF WAGES
  3. INVASION OF THE FRENCH BOYFRIENDS
  4. JERUSALEM
  5. DEPILATION
  6. SHELL SHOCK
  7. VIOLENT STABBING WITH A KNIFE
  8. THE CHANGELING
  9. TALK LIKE A WHELK

 

Originally released in 1980 on Fried Egg Records.

They used to play a dodgy pub called The Old Castle Green, Bristol and the singer wore an exploding brain wig. They were dead scary and you couldn't argue with them. They owned their own building and they had the best parties in town. Paul B Davies is often at Edinburgh Festival and writes for radio.

The Line Up
Vocals, Saxophone: Bassett Davies
Drums,Syndrum: John Schofield
Guitar: Andy Boat
Guitar: Tim Norfolk
Bass: Steve Lonnen
Keyboards, Violin: Lazlo

Recorded on the Ronnie Lane Mobile at The Crystal Theatre Warehouse, Bristol.
Engineer Bob Potter assistant Harvey Webb, overdubbed and mixed at Sound Conception Bristol by Ken Wheeler

Produced by Shoes For Industry and Ken Wheeler

 

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Shoes recorded their 'talk like a whelk' album backing tracks at the Crystal Theatre Victoria Street warehouse using Ronnie Laine's mobile 16 track recording studio built into an Airstream Trailer, almost too beautiful for the streets of Bristol.

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  2. Sheepdog Trial Inna Babylon

 

 

Originally released in 1980 on Fried Egg Records

Recorded at Sound Conception Studios by Ken Wheeler

Remastered by Steve Street April 2010

 

 

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  1. Laughbeat
  2. Can't Help It - Falling in Love Again

 

Originally released in 1979 on Fried Egg Records

Recorded at Sound Conception Studios by Ken Wheeler

Crystal Theatre presents Shoes For Industry

Remastered by Steve Street April 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Picture by John Spink