Del Amitri

Del Amitri

Del Amitri was recorded in 1984 for Chrysalis records by Hugh Jones at Park Lane Studio in Glasgow in two intensive weeks and mixed at The Garden in London in one. How fresh and innovative this album still sounds is testament to Hugh’s talents. Those of you...
Waking Hours

Waking Hours

Two years in the making Waking Hours was released in the summer of 1989. Recorded in Glasgow and London with Mick Slaven on guitar, Waking Hours was the band’s first album for A&M records. In spite of broad critical acclaim on its release it was the UK chart...
Change Everything

Change Everything

The bar was certainly set high for Change Everything following on from the huge critical and commercial success of Waking Hours—the album gave the band their highest UK chart position (reaching number 2 in March 1995). The album spawned the hit single 'Always the Last...
Twisted

Twisted

Twisted is the fourth studio album by Del Amitri, released on 28 February 1995. It reached number three in the UK Albums Chart and was listed by Q Magazine as one of the top 10 best albums of 1995.[4] It was the last album to feature guitarist David Cummings, who left...
Some Other Suckers Parade

Some Other Suckers Parade

Years of intensive touring in the US surely contributed to the 'bluesier' sound running through Some Other Sucker's Parade on tracks like 'Cruel Light of Day', 'High Times', 'Funny Way to Win', and 'Medicine'. While the assured musicianship of a troupe constantly...
Can You Do Me Good?

Can You Do Me Good?

The band showed no sign of slowing down on this, their sixth album. Can You Do Me Good features a dozen typically clever, melodic tracks including 'Just Before You Leave', 'Cash And Prizes', 'Baby It's Me', ' Jesus Saves', and 'Just Getting By'. There certainly is a...

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