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On January 31, 1994.

On January 31, 1994, “Wiiija” label released “Hold On It Hurts”, the debut Cornershop album. It was recorded in 1993, at “Suite 16” in Rochdale,
“The Green Room” in Brighton, “Stayfree” in Leicester, “West Orange” in Preston, and was produced by John Wills, John Robb and Tjinder Singh.

Personnel:

  • Tjinder Singh– vocals, bass
  • Avtar Singh – guitar
  • Ben Ayres – vocals, guitar
  • Wallis Healey – guitar
  • Anthony “Saffs” Saffery – sitar, keyboards
  • David Chambers – drums
  • Emma Davies – keyboards
  • Alastair Dickins – clarinet
  • Raj Patel – dholki
  • Dale Shaw – vocals
  • Richard Whelan – engineering
  • Andy Green – engineering
  • Kevin Reverb– engineering
  • Rob – engineering
  • Charlie – engineering
  • Rex – engineering
  • Mike Marsh – mastering
  • Malcolm Maybury – front cover photo
  • Lloyd Thomas – inner sleeve art

 Track listing:

All lyrics by Tjinder Singh, all music by Tjinder Singh, Avtar Singh, Ben Ayres, Wallis Healey, Anthony “Saffs” Saffery and David Chambers.

  1. Jason Donovan/Tessa Sanderson
  2. Kalluri’s Radio
  3. Readers Wives
  4. Change
  5. Inside Rani
  6. Born Disco; Died Heavy Metal
  7. Counteraction
  8. Where D’U Get Your Information
  9. Tera Mera Pyar
  10. You Always Said My Language Would Get Me into Trouble

 

 

 

In August 1971.

In August 1971, “United Artists” label released “If 3”, the third If album. It was recorded in 1971, and was produced by John Child, J.W. Hodkinson, Dick Morrissey, Dave Quincy, Terry Smith, John Mealing, Jim Richardson  and Dennis Elliot.

Personnel:

  • W. Hodkinson– lead vocals, percussion
  • Dick Morrissey– tenor and soprano saxophones, backing vocals, flute
  • Dave Quincy– tenor and alto saxophones, flute
  • Terry Smith– guitar
  • John Mealing– organ, backing vocals, electric piano
  • Jim Richardson– bass
  • Dennis Elliott– drums

Track listing:

  1. Fibonacci’s Number – Dave Quincy
  2. Forgotten Roads – Dave Quincy, Preston
  3. Sweet January – Dave Quincy, Preston
  4. Child of Storm – Dave Quincy, J.W. Hodkinson
  5. Far Beyond – John Mealing, Preston
  6. Seldom Seen Sam – Terry Smith, J.W. Hodkinson
  7. Upstairs – Morrissey, Dick Morrissey
  8. Here Comes Mr. Time – John Mealing, Preston

On March 24, 2015.

On March 24, 2015, “Milk! Records” label released “Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit”, the debut Courtney Barnett studio album. It was recorded April 2014, at “Head Gap Studio” in Preston, Victoria, and was produced by Courtney Barnett, Burke Reid and Dan Luscombe.

Personnel:

  • Courtney Barnett– vocals, guitar
  • Andrew ‘Bones’ Sloane – bass, vocals
  • Dave Mudie – drums, percussion, vocals
  • Dan Luscombe – guitar
  • Courtney Barnett– artwork
  • Dan Luscombe – mixing
  • Burke Reid– engineering, mixing
  • Tajette O’Halloran – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Courtney Barnett.

  1. Elevator Operator
  2. Pedestrian at Best
  3. An Illustration of Loneliness (Sleepless in New York)
  4. Small Poppies
  5. Depreston
  6. Aqua Profundal
  7. Dead Fox
  8. Nobody Really Cares If You Don’t Go to the Party
  9. Debbie Downer
  10. Kim’s Caravan
  11. Boxing Day Blues