[TypicalGirls] The Flowers

Mark Butler stereolad at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 6 16:02:24 EDT 2006


I'm pretty sure the Pop Aural Flowers beat the
Australian Flowers to the punch on the use of the name
"Flowers" and caused the Aussies to rename themselves
Icehouse.

--Mark 

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>    3. flesh eaters live (weasel walter)
>    4. Re: Bananarama! (WWWhatsup)
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> Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2006 13:41:11 -0400
> From: "Mr. Tim" <timmy.bear at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [TypicalGirls] TypicalGirls Digest, Vol
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> In the liner notes to their best of comp, it's
> stated that one of them
> played piano on one track ('additional' piano - are
> we at Morrissey on
> 'Death of A Disco Dancer'?).
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> > Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2006 07:08:52 -0700
> > From: "ERIC GREGORY" <ericsgregory at msn.com>
> > Subject: Re: [TypicalGirls] bananarama-writers
> > To: <typicalgirls at lists.ibiblio.org>
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> > looks like it's been established that they don't
> play their own instruments
> > but here's some additional marginalia:
> > siobhan fahey co-wrote "young at heart" with bobby
> bluebell (and legally-
> > the violin/fiddle player) for the bluebells (and a
> very different
> > arrangement is on "deep sea skivving"), she's been
> involved in more than a
> > couple projects post-bananarama (most notably-err-
> shakespeare's sister).
> > she and sarah and karen all had hands in writing
> songs off the
> > aforementioned debut lp.
> > and paul weller wrote a song (pretty lousy) called
> "dr. love" which was used
> > on the same record.
> > i believe weller and his pal dr. robert (blow
> monkeys) had a hand in some of
> > the playing and singing on that track as well (and
> possibly the entire
> > record- i don't have my copy handy).
> > believe it or not, bananarama existed pre- SAW and
> they weren't any worse
> > than most other new-pop detritus.
> > esgate: Wed, 5 Apr 2006 15:17:32 -0700 (PDT)>
> From: Lizzie Ehrenhalt
> > <dancingvioletsnail at yahoo.com>> Subject:
> [TypicalGirls] Bananarama!> To:
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> > text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"> > Does anyone
> remember if Bananarama
> > played their own instruments?  How involved were
> they in songwriting?  I am
> > doing a paper for the EMP Pop Con that touches on
> mainstream 80s "girl
> > bands" and want to include them, but haven't found
> much reliable lit out
> > there on them (or "the Nana" as they are called by
> fans!).>    >   Thanks,>
> >  Lizzie Ehrenhalt>   ----------------------->
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> > Date: Thu, 06 Apr 2006 10:18:39 -0400
> > From: mike at appelstein.com
> > Subject: Re: [TypicalGirls] bananarama-writers
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> > Glad to see that folks are distinguishing the Fun
> Boy Three period from
> > the SAW
> > period.  My recollection is that Bananarama
> basically started as Fun Boy
> > Three
> > guest vocalists - "It Ain't What You Do" has Terry
> Hall's vocals all over
> > it,
> > for instance.  It wasn't until later with "Cruel
> Summer" and "Venus" that
> > they
> > became actual popstars.
> >
> > -Mike
> >
> > Quoting ERIC GREGORY <ericsgregory at msn.com>:
> >
> > > looks like it's been established that they don't
> play their own
> > > instruments but here's some additional
> marginalia:
> > > siobhan fahey co-wrote "young at heart" with
> bobby bluebell (and
> > > legally- the violin/fiddle player) for the
> bluebells (and a very
> > > different arrangement is on "deep sea
> skivving"), she's been involved
> > > in more than a couple projects post-bananarama
> (most notably-err-
> > > shakespeare's sister).
> > > she and sarah and karen all had hands in writing
> songs off the
> > > aforementioned debut lp.
> 
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