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8 thoughts on “ Bachelor Kisses - The Go-Betweens - 1978-1990 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. G Stands For Go-Betweens (Vol.1) is a four-LP, four-CD box set from (now defunct) Australian indie band the Go-Betweens. Retailing at around US$ and in limited edition, it seems unlikely that.
  2. Jul 20,  · One thing I will comment on; the output level of Bachelor Kisses (the first track on Spring Hill Fair) sounds a bit weak when followed by Five Words.I did some tweaking for a CDR custom edition; increasing the output level on Bachelor Kisses and dropping the volume on the opening chords of Five Words (as well as organizing the b-sides, demos and BBC tracks consecutively, including a vinyl dub.
  3. Feb 14,  · The Go-Betweens Bachelor Kisses. Song Bachelor Kisses (Remaster ) Artist The Go-Betweens; Licensed to YouTube by.
  4. Bachelor Kisses Lyrics: Hey wait, please wait / Don't rush off / You won't be late / Wait, yes, he'll wait / The engine's running / At the gate / Don't believe what you've heard / "Faithful"'s not.
  5. Jun 03,  · I would buy it in a shot - for a reasonably inflated price. The Go-Betweens were not just the most under-rated band of the 80s, they were the best band of the 80s. Okay, maybe The Smiths had the edge but I always preferred The Go-Betweens. I'm still without a vinyl copy of 'Spring Hill Fair' and would probably pick up the box set just for that.
  6. Bachelor Kisses Part Company The Old Way Out Just A King In Mirrors. Notes: "Just A King In Mirrors" released on the "" compilation. THE GO-BETWEENS John Peel Session 29/10/84 Recorded: 21/10/84 First Broadcast: 29/10/84 Recorded at: BBC Maida Vale, Studio 5 Producer: Dale Griffin.
  7. "G Stands For Go-Betweens Volume One" documents the band’s origins in an ambitious box containing four vinyl albums, four compact discs and an extensive page book, featuring a trove of archival photos and extensive historical liner notes from founding member Robert Forster, along with additional pieces from guest essayists, fans and contemporaries.

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