Sunday, July 31, 2011
The Scarecrows - 12"s
Here's both releases of Birmingham indie band The Scarecrows. Formed in 1982 out of the ashes of Bible Belt (with Dave Kusworth).
The original idea was to be a pop band although Jeremy Thirlby was added as guitarplayer as the songs lacked edge.
Sometimes the band got lumped in with the goth stuff much to the disgrace of some of the members while the others didn't mind.
The Scarecrows played with Balaam And The Angel, Gene Loves Jezebel and The Waterboys.
For a complete history of the band, check Jeremy's myspace blog.
The Deep End 12" has an interesting cover of 'Submission' by The Sex Pistols.
Swordfish Records was a local label that also released stuff by Lilac Time, Zodiac Motel, Surf Drums and Dave Kusworth.
Napalm With Silver 12" (Swordfish Records-SWF 001-1984)
1. Napalm With Silver
2. The Birdman Of Alcohol
4. Y'Can't Hold The Light
The Deep End.Jade 12" (Swordfish Records-SWF 002-1984)
1. The Deep End
Posted by Curious Guy at 12:42 PM
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It's been a while Curious Guy, hope you've been keeping well. Nice one for posting these. All the best.
yes it's been a while. Hope you're doing fine. Enjoy The Scarecrows!
great band ! thanks a lot, man !!!
Hell yeah! Nice post!
its been 25 years since i last heard these songs, thank you so much
seriously. when i remember to come back and check its always like my birthday or something...
thank you thank you for being you...
so much good music i hve now because of you
New link. Enjoy!
thanks very much! Got it on vinyl and was looking for it for quite some time..
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