BRINSLEY SCHWARZ Raid Their Archives

Long inactive, for many BRINSLEY SCHWARZ remain paragons of British pub rock, and public interest to this collective doesn’t ever seem to wane. Not so long ago, the release of their lost album "It's All Over Now" displayed the depth of the ensemble’s archives, and Ian Gomm reached into his personal cache to deliver many more previously unheard gems. To be issued on CD and as download on June 25th, “Last Orders!” will feature a few of the earliest recordings for radio and TV, out-takes, rehearsals, home recordings etcetera. “Seymour (I Love You)” is a previously unreleased instrumental piece from 1970, as is the rather heavy “Indian Woman”; while several cuts focus on the “Silver Pistol” period, and “She’s Got To Be Real” from the “Greasy Truckers Party” expanded compilation is as delightful as it gets.

Perhaps, there are more rarities out there, but this collection seems to really be the final word from the much-loved collective.

BRINSLEY SCHWARZ –
Last Orders!

1. Seymour (I Love You)
2. Funk Angel
3. Indian Woman
4. The Old Country
5. That’s What It Takes
6. Strange Feeling
7. What Would You Do
8. Crime Of Passion
9. Unknown Number
10. Silver Pistol
11. She’s Got To Be Real
12. Country Girl
13. Range War
14. Murder On My Mind

April 12, 2021

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