Keyboards – Billy Bragg (tracks: 4). Mandolin – Peter Buck (tracks: 3, 5), Wiggy (2) (tracks: 10). Mastered By – Tim Young. Mixed By – Owen Morris (tracks: 4). Pedal Steel Guitar – John Keane (tracks: 5). Percussion – . Hood (tracks: 1), Jody Linscott (tracks: 4, 9, 15). Piano – Cara Tivey (tracks: 3, 11, 12).
Band Name Billy Bragg. Album Name Don't Try This at Home. Erscheinungsdatum 1991. Labels Elektra Records Go Discs Liberation. Musik GenreFolk Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 1. Accident Waiting to Happen. 2. Moving the Goalposts. 4. Cindy of a Thousand Lives. 5. You Woke Up My Neighbourhood.
Accident Waiting To Happen (DISC 01). Rumours Of War. Wish You Were Her. Body Of Water. Party Of God (DISC 02). North Sea Bubble. Just One Victory (Alternative Mix). Everywhere (Alternative Version). Bread & Circuses. Tighten Up Your Wig (With The Athenians &.
Workers Playtime is a 1988 album by Billy Bragg. Originally released on the Go! Discs label, it is his fourth release but third full-length album. It was reissued on compact disc in September 1996 on the Cooking Vinyl label before being remastered, expanded and reissued in 2006 on the Cooking Vinyl label in the UK and on the Yep Roc label in the United States. The album reached number 18 in the UK albums chart.
In 1991 Billy Bragg released the album, Don’t try this at home. (this album) was where Bragg first began to sound completely comfortable with the notion of a full band.
His second album, Brewing Up with Billy Bragg (1984), opened with the fierce It Says Here, a strident song of political solidarity. The album went Top 20 in the UK. Bragg's third album, Talking with the Taxman About Poetry, was released in September 1986. It was his most successful and accomplished release to date, spawning a hit single, Levi Stubbs' Tears, as well as Greetings to the New Brunette, a collaboration with The Smiths guitarist, Johnny Marr. The following year, 1991, Bragg issued the critically acclaimed Don't Try This at Home, which reached number eight in the UK chart. With musical contributions from such stellar talents as Johnny Marr and, from REM, Peter Buck and Michael Stipe, the album ranged in themes from personal tragedies to a strident condemnation of racists and football hooligans. Among the songs was the hit single, Sexuality.
From the album Don't Try This at Home (1991). Only Billy Bragg could think of changing The Kinks "Dedicated Follower of Fashion" to "dedicated swallower of Fascism. about 5 years ago. David Maholchic In reply to andyinoregon.
Get the Billy Bragg Setlist of the concert at Little John's Farm, Reading, England on August 26, 1989 and other Billy Bragg Setlists for free on setlist. Covers 3. Brewing Up With Billy Bragg 2. Don’t Try This at Home 2. Talking With the Taxman About Poetry 2. Workers Playtime 2. Between the Wars 1. Life’s a Riot With Spy vs. Spy 1. The Internationale 1. Others 1.
Comprehensive web site about singer songwriter Billy Bragg - news, tour dates, shop, articles, gallery, lyrics, songs, new releases, mp3 downloads, forums. The third performance will see Bragg perform songs from his second three albums: the positively jangled Workers Playtime (1988), the pop classic Don’t Try This at Home (1991) and the back-to-basics William Bloke (1996). Another Angry Voice y Voice·. Nobody loves a traffic warden. apart from this guy who ticketed Tommy Robinson's campaign bus outside the Old Bailey and laughed off all the abuse from Yaxley-Lennon's band of thugs.