Started by Ulrich, July 15, 2015, 10:49:23
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Quote from: piggymirror on April 30, 2020, 08:12:00Okay. Now you go tell the pro-Boris Williams brigade, hahahaaaa (it's the same story).
Quote from: piggymirror on April 30, 2020, 08:12:00My personal Banshees favourite album tends to be Tinderbox.
Quote from: Ulrich on May 02, 2020, 17:42:22Quote from: piggymirror on April 30, 2020, 08:12:00My personal Banshees favourite album tends to be Tinderbox.I like it too.
Quote from: Ulrich on May 02, 2020, 17:42:22First one I bought (back in 1986).
Quote from: Ulrich on May 02, 2020, 17:42:22Saw them live in '95 with the "Rapture" album (which I also liked)!
Quote from: BiscuityBoyle on May 02, 2020, 19:03:38This is such a great song
Quote from: SueC on June 15, 2020, 05:40:44Siouxsie covered this, @piggymirror? It'd be great if you popped your favourite clip of that on the Banshees thread - should be really interesting.
Quote from: piggymirror on June 16, 2020, 07:05:20And in it, there's this, with (to me, and I'm not alone) Siouxsie's most wonderful vocals ever.She sounds like a hybrid between Kaa, Marlene Dietrich, and herself.
QuoteMcGeoch sent a jolt through the scene with Magazine, Siouxsie Sioux and more. Johnny Marr, James Dean Bradfield and others salute an overlooked musicianthere was another band who wanted him: Siouxsie and the Banshees. They had just lost their guitarist and drummer and while still with Magazine he was invited to play on Happy House, immediately making an impact with a shimmering guitar line that snakes through the song. He was eventually convinced to make the switch permanent in 1980. The albums Kaleidoscope, Juju and A Kiss in the Dreamhouse marked a hugely fertile period for the Banshees with McGeoch-powered tracks such as Spellbound invoking "pure invention, grace and bloodlust ballet" according to Bradfield. Marr adds: "The music he made with the Banshees ... the word imperial was made for that music."