Pale Fountains: Pacific Street - 180gm Vinyl

Pale Fountains SKU: 43234189
Pale Fountains: Pacific Street - 180gm Vinyl

Pale Fountains: Pacific Street - 180gm Vinyl

Pale Fountains SKU: 43234189

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $32.99

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Title: Pacific Street - 180gm Vinyl
Artist: Pale Fountains
Label: Proper Records Uk
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 805520240291
Genre: Rock

Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. The Pale Fountains were formed in Liverpool in 1980 by Mick (as he was then known) Head with Chris McCaffery on bass, Thomas Whelan on drums, trumpeter Andy Diagram and guitarist Ken Moss - Signing with Virgin in late 1982, this was the first time the music world became aware of the work of singer-songwriter Michael Head. At the time of it's release in February 1984, Head described Pacific Street as "like a greatest hits LP, except we haven't had any hits!" It not only showcases the ambition of 80s pop in general, but the very specific singularity of the Liverpool scene, that seemed to add love and (Arthur Lee's) Love to everything recorded. It reflects the swing away from the post- punk and funk of the early years of the decade, aiming for a mellower, bossa- nova influenced pop. It is difficult to understand how tracks such as Unless and (Don't Let Your Love) Start A War were not big hits and are not viewed as standards. Near four decades later, Michael Head is adored by his hardcore following and the wider world freshly discovers him as each of his new releases achieves widescale acclaim, whether it be his subsequent band, Shack, or his current outfit, the Red Elastic Band. But The Pale Fountains was where it all began.

1.1 Reach
1.2 Something on My Mind
1.3 Unless
1.4 Southbound Excursion
1.5 Natural
1.6 Faithful Pillow Part 1
1.7 (Don't Let Your Love) Start a War
1.8 Beyond Friday's Field
1.9 Abergele Next Time
1.10 Crazier
1.11 Faithful Pillow Part 2
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