Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Mixed five days in january 1998 at Firehouse Studios by Christoph Pfeifer and Tuesday Weld. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
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British musician Real Tuesday Weld (real name: Stephen Coates) made a critical hit with "I Lucifer," a slyly oddball concept album. Now he has produced the softer follow-up, a delightful mixture of electronica and old-style jazz. Bright and sunny, but just a little weird. or is it the other way around? In any case, "The Return of the Clerkenwell Kid" bypasses the nostalgia altogether for pure pop-folk pleasure. Even though frontman Stephen Coates' voice has its limits (as evidenced on "Lavender Hill"), the retro charm on the album as a whole is unmistakable. Anything But Love" has a jaunty rhythm, while "L'Amour et la Mort" channels Serge Gainsbourg.
Family Values Tour '98 is a live album, which was released on March 30, 1999 through Immortal and Epic Records. It was released on the same day as the DVD version. The live album was produced by Josh Abraham and Jeff Kwatinetz. Artists who participated in 1998 Family Values Tour were the following bands and musicians: Korn. Incubus (replaced Ice Cube on October 25, 1998 for five remaining dates).
The Real Tuesday Weld are a British band, founded by lead singer and producer Stephen Coates in 1999. They are known for producing jazzy cabaret-style music with subtle electronica influences, a style dubbed "Antique Beat" by Coates. They have released six albums, many singles and EPs and many tracks on compilations. Their combination of big-band jazz era sounds with electronica and vintage style animations has been influential on the current range of electro swing artists and DJs.
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