Stephenson, Martin / Daintees: Live In The 21st Century

SKU: 32615975
Martin Stephenson: Live In The 21st Century

Stephenson, Martin / Daintees: Live In The 21st Century

SKU: 32615975

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Title: Live In The 21st Century
Artist: Stephenson, Martin / Daintees
Label: Gonzo
UPC: 5060230868806
Genre: Folk

Digitally remastered edition. Martin Stephenson & the Daintees are a British rock/folk/pop band combining elements of "rockabilly, show tunes, rootsy pop, straight-ahead rock and punk". The band is fronted by songwriter/guitarist Martin Stephenson. The band were signed to a recording contract with Kitchenware Records and released their first single in 1982. Like other Kitchenware acts the group had their origins in the North East England. The band enjoyed a high critical profile and some minor commercial success. Their best-selling and most acclaimed album is Boat to Bolivia released in 1986. In June 1989, Stephenson took part in that year's Glastonbury Festival. They recorded three further albums - Gladsome, Humour & Blue in 1988, Salutation Road, produced by Pete Anderson, in 1990 and The Boy's Heart in 1992 - but sales fell short of expectations and the band were dropped by their label. After parting company with Kitchenware, Stephenson disbanded the group in 1992, but continued to record both solo and as part of a group. The Daintees reformed in 2000. The next year they recorded this superb live album.

1.1 Wholly Humble Heart
1.2 Left Us to Burn
1.3 Orange (Is the Colour of Joy)
1.4 All Ways Us
1.5 Little Red Bottle
1.6 Soloman
1.7 Bye Bye Bluebell
1.8 You Are the One
1.9 We Are Storm
1.10 Goodbye John
1.11 Me ; Mathew
1.12 Involved with Love
1.13 Running Water
1.14 I Pray
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