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Gist, The - Embrace The Herd Album

Performer:

Gist, The

Title:

Embrace The Herd

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

2044 mb

Label:

Rough Trade

Rating:

4.4

Style:

New Wave

Country:

UK

Date of release:

1982

Catalog:

ROUGH 25

Gist, The - Embrace The Herd Album

Tracklist

1Iambic Pentameter
2Fretting Away
3Public Girl
Rhythm Guitar [2nd] – Dave DearnaleyVocals – Wendy Smith
4Clean Bridges
Bass – Phil MoxhamSlide Guitar, Guitar [2nd] – Dave DearnaleyVocals – Alison Statton, Viv Goldman, Wendy Smith
5Carnival Headache
Bass – Phil Moxham
6Far Concern
7Simian
Written-by, Arranged By, Performer [Instruments] – Lewis MottramWritten-By, Arranged By, Vocals – Debbie Pritchard
8Love At First Sight
Bass – Phil MoxhamGuitar [Chop Guitar] – Dave Dearnaley
9The Long Run
Cymbal [Crash Cymbal] – Jake BowieHihat, Snare, Tambourine – Charles BullenTom Tom – Phil Legg
10Embrace The Herd
11Dark Shots
Drums – Epic Soundtracks
12Concrete Slopes
Vocals – Nixon

Credits

  • Artwork By [Cover Painting] – Sasha Gadsby
  • Design [Cover]Ian Denning
  • Producer, EngineerPhil Legg
  • Written-by, Arranged By, Vocals, Performer [All Instruments]Stuart Moxham (tracks: A1 to A5, B1 to B6)

Notes

Track B1, B3 and B4 cut from home-recorded four-track master.

Album

Embrace the Herd is the sole studio album by English band The Gist, released in 1982 by record label Rough Trade. Far Concern. Love At First Sight. Fretting Away. Public Girl. Clean Bridges. Embrace The Herd. Iambic Pentameter. Carnival Headache. Concrete Slopes. The Long Run. Dark Shots. Produced and engineered by Phil Legg. Stuart Moxham, vocals, arrangements and instruments 1-5, 7-12. Phil Moxham, bass guitar 2,5,9. Dave Dearnaley, electric guitar 2,4,5, slide guitar 5. The Gist lasted for only one album, Embrace the Herd, which Moxham has often dismissed as misguided and negatively influenced by clinical depression, excessive indulgence in marijuana, and no idea of where to go next. None of his unkind words have kept fans of early twee and the early, anything-goes days of post-punk from declaring it a lost classic. Course, neither camp is being objective about it and the actual album ends up firmly between the two, just as incoherent and interesting as you've heard. B1 Embrace The Herd B2 Iambic Pentameter B3 Carnival Headache B4. The Gist - Love at First Sight - Продолжительность: 3:45 bambamanofir 196 385. Skinshape - Skinshape LP - Продолжительность: 29:03 Melting Records Recommended for Gist - Embrace The Herd 1982. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Synthpop Indie Pop Post-Punk. The Gist. Stuart Moxham's first post 'Young Marble Giants' album is a mixed experience. First up we have an instrumental that sounds like the theme tune to an upbeat Schools programme, followed by the classic mellow anthem, and Moxham's most successful song, Love at First Sight, which luckily escaped being covered by one of those terrible Grunge stars who lauded his previous group. It was however featured in some shit american film, and was a hit on the continent after it was covered by an identikit french chanteuse. Listen free to The Gist Embrace The Herd Far Concern, Love At First Sight and more. 12 tracks 36:07. en référence à Embrace The Herd, LP, Album, RTD 6, ROUGH 25, Rough 25. This is not exactly a consistent album and rather than being offensively eclectic it's Stuart Moxham dabbling around with references towards easy listening, carribean and whatever styles without making any peculiar goal from it. Of course it's the all over DiY-pop-approach, drum machine, solid bass - already so overtly there with the Young Marbel Giants before - which makes the music so fragile, elegant, appealing and, um, post-modern. Embrace the Herd. The gist. Released 2007. Embrace the Herd Tracklist. Embrace the Herd 1982. Album by The Gist. Love at First Sight. was sampled in. Muddy Funster by DJ Koze feat. Kurt Wagner 2018. was covered in. Paris Le Flore by Etienne Daho 1986. Embrace The Herd is ranked 49,898th in the overall chart, 6,321st in the 1980s, and 573rd in the year 1983. Embrace The Herd by The Gist Year: 1983 Overall rank: 49,898th. Average Rating: 74100 from 6 votes

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