quarta-feira, 20 de julho de 2011

Archie Brown And The Bucks - Bring Me the Head of Jerry Garcia

Archie Brown And The Bucks -  Bring Me the Head of Jerry Garcia - 1987

BIO from band's official site

The band is formed in Newcastle by Pat Rafferty and Tony Wadsworth. First gig is the University Fine Art Dept Xmas Party. Still without a name, inspiration comes from Bogart's “Key Largo” - “I’m looking for a couple of young bucks in fancy shirts who busted out of prison”.

Band is instantly popular. John Glynn moves to London and joins proto punks ‘X Ray Spex’. His replacement is Archie Brown, sax player and songwriter with local band ‘Pylon’. Band starts playing Monday nights at the “Cooperage” which is sold out for the next two years. Summer ’77 Tim Wilder is replaced by Seb Shelton.


01. Prisoners
02. Love Has Got A Nerve
03. Who Can Say That
04. African Sun

05. A Little Emotion
06. Bentley
07. Just A Little Weakness08. Sweet Lies
09. Lonely Teardrops
10. Bring Me The Head Of Jerry Garcia

Archie Brown - Guitar, Vocals
Pat Rafferty - Accordion
Tony Wadsworth - Guitar, Vocals
Ian Thompson - Bass
Geoff Lincoln - Bass
Ray Laidlaw - Drums
Tony Cook - Drums


2 comentários :

sunny15blue disse...

so....were they the young bucks that i saw in newcastle in 1977 ?

Only Good Song disse...

Would it be?
But what matters now is whether you enjoy this disc.
Thx for your comment, Sunny15blue