Beargarden - The Finer Things album flac
|The Finer Things|
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Beargarden was a new wave band from Melbourne, Australia which, though well regarded critically, failed to achieve widespread success.
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All That Fall is the debut album by Australian new wave group Beargarden. It was released in 1986 on Chase Records. Beargarden were selected by Virgin Records Australia as their first Australian signing. Under their new label the band released a single, "The Finer Things", which was produced by Ross Cockle at AAV studios in South Melbourne and released in October 1984 with a film clip directed by John Hillcoat and featuring a young Noah Taylor. The single however made little impact on the charts.
Yeah, good drugs on a Wednesday I don’t care what the fake say Put them up or get out my face Stay or go, you won't stay the same Stay or go, you won't stay the same Yeah, you need a meaning in this song Listen to my words, they're all wrong I don't really care. what's at wrong The finer things are all that I want
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Download the album or mp3, watch videos Beargarden. All video clips of all the songs are here. Members of Beargarden: Carl Manuell, Gus Till, Mick Lewis, Ross Farnell, Sam Sejavka, Shane Andalou, Shaun Anderson, Simon Polinski.
Beargarden have released a digital album of their b-sides, outtakes and demos recorded between 1982 – 1985. Containing 14 tracks the album is titled 'The Word That Refers To The Word That Refers To Walt Disney'. The albums opening track is 'Sixty Perfect Windows' that Michael Hutchence co-produced with Andrew Farriss (INXS). Michael also performs backing vocals on the track. Beargarden were the first artist to be signed by Virgin Records Australia, and released 3 singles on Virgin – 'The Finer Things', 'I Write The News' and 'Drink, Drink, Drink'. Then their final single was on Chase Records titled 'Sea Salt Sand Sea Side Song'. The other main member of Beargarden keyboardist Gus Till went on to work with Michael Hutchence & Ollie Olsen in Max Q in 1989. Sam Sejavka continues to work as an actor and playwright in Melbourne.
Beargarden were a new wave band from Australia. It was founded by n Sam Sejavka in the mid-1980s. Other members include Shane Andalou (guitar), Ross Farnell (bass), Carl Manuell (drums) and Gus Till. Beargarden were a new wave band from Australia. They had a minor hit with their single "The Finer Things" (the video clip for which was directed by John Hillcoat) and released one album, All That Fall, in 1986. Til also played for Models and was part of Michael Hutchence's project Max Q before forming Third Eye with Ollie Olsen. Towards the end of the 1980s he recorded a project with Bono and Edge from U2 and Todd Terry. He also became more active in production doing an album for Australia's Joe Creighton. This period saw shifts to New York and Paris for three years before finally settling in London.
the finer things ~. i need a key. i need that luxury, clearly. are you sending out? or are you sealing in some of THE FINER THINGS in life? your ebony rose grows where no one goes - a cold road. the shade of the years, that I should know I should know so well - I laid all I had on a spell. I need a key - I need that luxury, banshee. spin with me spin with me well; I've laid all I had on a spell. well are you sending out? or are you sealing in some of THE FINER THINGS I know? Track Name: the best of them.
A single "The Finer Things" was produced by Ross Cockle at AAV studios in South Melbourne and released in October 1984 with a film clip directed by John Hillcoat and featuring a young Noah Taylor. Though the single made little impact on the charts, the band's fortunes continued to improve. Sebastian Chase, who had previously managed The Reels and Dragon, replaced Melios. In July 1985, Beargarden began recording their debut album, All That Fall, at Albert Studios in Sydney with producers Bruce Brown & Russel Dunlop. A second single "I Write the News" resulted from these sessions.