Sneaky Feelings – 'Living Up To Their Name' - Live At The Gluepot 1987. Label: Pinenut Records – PNR-001. Test pressing, 8 made. 5 supplied in red covers for pre-production evaluation, and 3 in plain white sleeves with the vinyl stampers when they were returned. To be one pressing only (300 180g pink in production run). Matrix, Runout (Side A runout, etched): L-26635M-A PNR-001.
Living Up To Their Name' - Live At The Gluepot 1987 (Album). RGLP 001. New Zealand.
Want to hear more Sneaky Feelings on vinyl? We want to know what you want. over Easter, we started recording a new album in Christchurch at John's studio! See All. Photos. March 18 ·. Waikato University Orientation 1986. Fan and NZ music enthusiast and archivist Donald McLeod has completed his new live album 'Living Up To Their Name' of the band on his label 'Pinenut Records', recorded in the heyday at The Gluepot in 1987. His aim was to capture the full dynamic sound of the band, and using the early DIY ethos and live sound feel as found on the early Flying Nun 45s, EPs and mini-albums, of which 'Send You' pioneered in to the studio.
Boxed set of Sneaky Feelings live, with a set of the various album issues, and production development copies. This has been both an LP production, and an art project. 18 March ·.
Sneaky Feelings, 2 yeni fotoğraf ekledi. 13 Kasım, 18:15 ·. His aim was to capture the full dynamic sound of the band, and using the early DIY ethos and live sound feel as found on the early Flying Nun 45s, EPs and mini-albums, of which 'Send You' pioneered in to the studio op starting Monday 2. 1.
EP 2. Side A. The Stones. 2. See Red. 3. Something New. 4. Surf's Up. Side B. The Verlaines. Crisis After Crisis. You Cheat Yourself Of Everything That Moves. Album, 1984, Flying Nun Records. Album, 1987, Flying Nun Records. I'm Not Going To Let Her Bring Me Down. Walk To The Square. Now. 5. A Letter To You. 6. Broken Man. 7. It's So Easy.
Sneaky Feelings was a 1980s New Zealand pop/rock band, led by Matthew Bannister, which recorded on the Flying Nun label. Initially recording with the line-up of Bannister (guitar), David Pine (guitar), Kat Tyrie (bass guitar) and Martin Durrant (drums), Tyrie was replaced by John Kelcher early in the band's career. Durrant left shortly before the band's demise, and was replaced by Ross Burge.