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.

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Two years in the making Waking Hours was released in the summer of 1989. Featuring Mick Slaven on guitar, Waking Hours was the band’s first album for A&M records.

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

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Twisted reached number three in the UK Albums Chart and was listed by Q Magazine as one of the top 10 best albums of 1995.

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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’.

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There certainly is a randy sentiment within the title of Can You Do Me Good, del Amitri's sixth studio album, something that suggests seduction and romance, and the band does follow through on the promise.

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Hatful of Rain: The Best of del Amitri collects the finest moments from each of the group's earlier outings and, along with Lousy WIth Love, forms the definitive del Amitri collection.

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Classic B sides, released in parallel with Hatful of Rain. Lousy With Love has a wealth of great songs, many of which have become live favourites…

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Recorded live on the 2014 tour Into The Mirror is testament to the reputation Del Amitri established as a brilliant live band over two decades of touring the world.

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Round up the usual suspects…

Kris and Ash will be back in Glasgow with Justin, Andy and Iain in July for rehearsals. Justin and Iain are already talking about the set and maybe even some new songs!

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Were you there?

It was freezing. Did anyone realise that nothing was working on the stage when we started? How did Justin look in his kilt? Were Gary and Boo, and Roddy as good as we remember?

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In the beginning…

In the beginning the creative energy was so intense that Justin wore a jumper for trousers and we had a free-improvising bassoonist. It is no wonder that audiences were either gobsmacked by the originality or, more likely, deeply confused by what they saw and heard. Would that confusion have been aided or abetted by the cheap Malibu?

read more

Round up the usual suspects…

Kris and Ash will be back in Glasgow with Justin, Andy and Iain in July for rehearsals. Justin and Iain are already talking about the set and maybe even some new songs!

read more

Were you there?

It was freezing. Did anyone realise that nothing was working on the stage when we started? How did Justin look in his kilt? Were Gary and Boo, and Roddy as good as we remember?

read more

In the beginning…

In the beginning the creative energy was so intense that Justin wore a jumper for trousers and we had a free-improvising bassoonist. It is no wonder that audiences were either gobsmacked by the originality or, more likely, deeply confused by what they saw and heard. Would that confusion have been aided or abetted by the cheap Malibu?

read more

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.

read more

Two years in the making Waking Hours was released in the summer of 1989. Featuring Mick Slaven on guitar, Waking Hours was the band’s first album for A&M records.

read more

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

read more

Twisted reached number three in the UK Albums Chart and was listed by Q Magazine as one of the top 10 best albums of 1995.

read more

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’.

read more

There certainly is a randy sentiment within the title of Can You Do Me Good, del Amitri's sixth studio album, something that suggests seduction and romance, and the band does follow through on the promise.

read more

Hatful of Rain: The Best of del Amitri collects the finest moments from each of the group's earlier outings and, along with Lousy WIth Love, forms the definitive del Amitri collection.

read more

Classic B sides, released in parallel with Hatful of Rain. Lousy With Love has a wealth of great songs, many of which have become live favourites…

read more

Recorded live on the 2014 tour Into The Mirror is testament to the reputation Del Amitri established as a brilliant live band over two decades of touring the world.

read more

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