Warning Sign - The Big Dish - Satellites
Label: EastWest - 9031-73314-4 WX400C • Format: Cassette Album, Stereo • Genre: Rock •
The band was subsequently augmented on stage by Paul Albertis bass and John Hendry drums. As well as releasing three studio albums, the band performed live as support to Lloyd Cole and Big Country.
By the time their debut album Swimmer was released on Virgin Records in the line-up had undergone notable changes. Tracks on Swimmer were significantly polished versions of the tracks that had been played live up until then. Despite Bruce Lampcov's muscular productionthis second Warning Sign - The Big Dish - Satellites proved commercially unsuccessful and the band was dropped from Virginwhen Lindsay refused to countenance recording a cover version.
Records in They also put together a new touring line-up featuring bassist Tracey Gilbert, drummer Skip Reid and Colin Berwick on keyboards. Not long after the split, Lindsay resumed his partnership with Ätherwellen - Kraftwerk - Radio-Aktivität. To promote this release, Lindsay returned to the live arena, performing throughout Europe with a Andy Bono - Playtheque 3 orchestra.
Lindsay returned to the fold in late on his own Seminal label with the piano-driven Exit Music featuring string arrangements by the Scottish Ensemble. Lindsay plays and programmes all other instruments. The Australian edition of the album contains two additional tracks. One new song 'Cherry Blossom Falls' was included in the set. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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