A delightful album produced by American punk legend Lenny Kaye, that saw The Daintees returning to the North East, away from the hassle of LA recording studios and session men. The title track, which flits from the First World War to psychedelic 60’s USA, and the stunning Hollywood Fields show that Martin’s song writing was still fabulously unconstrained.
‘The title track conjures up images of Burl Ives jamming with The House of Love … bizarre head-spinning stuff’ – Paul Davies, Q magazine, 7/92.
‘The Boy’s Heart is the boy back on course’ – Craig McLean, Vox, 8/92.
Recorded at Trinity Heights, Newcastle upon Tyne
Mixed @ 'Unit Three' Primrose Hill
Original photography by The Douglas Brothers
Sleeve design by Kieran Fitzpatrick
released July 1, 1992
Produced by Lenny Kaye, recorded and mixed by Victor Van Vught
Lead Guitar: Gary Dunn
Bass Guitar: Anthony Dunn
Drums: Paul Smith
Vocal/Guitar: Martin Stephenson
Additional Vocals: Pauline Murray
Hammond Organ/Backing Vocals: Frankie Gibbon
Pian;: Brendan Healey
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