Del Amitri Twisted Rarity

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Del Amitri on stage at the Guildhall in Southampton on 16 May 2002
Background information
OriginGlasgow, Scotland
GenresAlternative rock
Years active1980–2002, 2013–present
LabelsChrysalis, A&M, Mercury
Websitedelamitri.org
MembersJustin Currie
Iain Harvie
Andy Alston
Ashley Soan
Kris Dollimore
Past membersDonald Bentley
James M Scobbie
Paul Tyagi
Bryan Tolland
Mick Slaven
David Cummings
Brian McDermott
Jon McLoughin
Mark Price

A Hatful of Music was a Canadian. The frank depiction of drug addiction in a feature film was a rarity for. (Del Amitri album) topic. Twisted is the. Love this band and would have loved to have been able to get to the gig (they have been supporting Del Amitri thus the rare visit. I also think their later 3 lps stand up to the early stuff although as you say older and wiser.

Del Amitri is a Scottish alternative rock band formed in Glasgow in 1980.[1] Between 1985 and 2002, the band released six studio albums. Their 1995 single 'Roll to Me' reached number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100.[2] Five have reached the Top 10 in the UK.[3] Del Amitri have sold six million albums around the world.[4]

  • 1History
  • 2Discography

History[changechange source]

Band name[changechange source]

Del Amitri's member and songwriter, Justin Currie, said in 2010 that the band's name 'was invented to be meaningless – basically a corruption of the Greek name 'Dimitri'.'[5] In 2018, he said that 'Del Amitri' was based on the name of the producer of a movie he saw in 1979 – '..probably Dimitri-something, but we couldn't remember..'[6] Many sources have said that the name was chosen because it is Greek for 'from the womb',[7] but this is untrue.[8]Autodesk 3ds max 2010 64 bit crack download.

Discography[changechange source]

Studio albums[changechange source]

  • del Amitri (1985)
  • Waking Hours (1989)
  • Change Everything (1992)
  • Twisted (1995)
  • Some Other Sucker's Parade (1997)
  • Can You Do Me Good? (2002)

Compilation albums[changechange source]

  • The Best of Del Amitri: Hatful of Rain (1998)
  • Lousy with Love: The B-Sides (1998)
  • 20th Century Masters – The Best of Del Amitri (2003)
  • The Collection: Best of Del Amitri (2007)

Live albums[changechange source]

  • Into the Mirror: Del Amitri Live in Concert (2014)

Singles[changechange source]

  • 'Sense Sickness' / 'The Difference Is' (1983)
  • 'Hammering Heart' (1985)
  • 'Sticks & Stones Girl' (1985)
  • 'Kiss This Thing Goodbye' (1989, 1990)
  • 'Stone Cold Sober' (1989)
  • 'Move Away Jimmy Blue' (1990)
  • 'Nothing Ever Happens' (1990)
  • 'Spit in the Rain' (1990)
  • 'Be My Downfall' (1992)
  • 'Always the Last to Know' (1992)
  • 'Just Like a Man (1992)
  • 'When You Were Young' (1993)
  • 'Roll to Me' (1995)
  • 'Driving with the Brakes On' (1995)
  • 'Tell Her This' (1995)
  • 'Not Where It's At' (1997)
  • 'Medicine' (1997)
  • 'Some Other Suckers Parade' (1997)
  • 'Cry to Be Found' (1998)
  • 'Don't Come Home Too Soon' (1998)
  • 'Just Before You Leave' (2002)

Members[changechange source]

The current members of the band are:

  • Justin Currie - main singer and bass player
  • Iain Harvie - guitar
  • Andy Alston - keyboards
  • Ashley Soan - drums
  • Kris Dollimore - guitar

Currie and Harvie are the main songwriters for the band.

Bill evans transcriptions pdf viewer. Former members of the band are:

  • Donald Bentley - guitar
  • James M. Scobbie - guitar
  • Paul Tyagi - drums
  • Bryan Tolland - guitar
  • Mick Slaven -guitar
  • Brian McDermott - guitar
  • Jon McLoughin - guitar
  • Mark Price - drums
Del Amitri Twisted Rarity

References[changechange source]

  1. Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 149. ISBN1-904994-10-5.
  2. McLaughlin, Chloe (3 July 2018). 'Exclusive interview with Justin Currie of Del Amitri » Northern Life'. Northernlifemagazine.co.uk. Retrieved 31 March 2019.
  3. Dingwall, John (26 May 2018). 'Scottish rockers Del Amitri to return with song about Princess Diana's death'. Dailyrecord.co.uk. Retrieved 31 March 2019.
  4. English, Paul (12 January 2014). 'Del Amitri: We'll play our hometown for first time in 12 years but it's not a reunion. we never split up'. Dailyrecord.co.uk. Retrieved 31 March 2019.
  5. Steinfeld, Dave. (2010). 'Catching Up with Justin CurrieArchived 3 September 2010 at the Wayback Machine.' Beyond Race Magazine. Retrieved 23 May 2011.
  6. Rawlings-Way, Charles (2018). These Are Such Perfect Days: The Del Amitri Story. Urbane Publications. pp. 35–36. ISBN1911331418.
  7. Guides (Firm), Rough (16 December 2003). 'The Rough Guide to Rock'. Rough Guides – via Google Books.
  8. 'Del Amitri: We don't even like ourselves'. The Independent. 5 April 2002.

Other websites[changechange source]

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Del Amitri are a Pop-rock guitar band, formed in Glasgow, Scotland in 1980. They came together at school as teenagers when Justin Currie (bass and vocals), James Scobbie (guitar and vocals) and Donald Bentley (guitar) formed a band in reaction against the rest of the 'rockers' in the school. The name was chosen deliberately because it didn't mean anything but sounded a bit like someone's name - early Del Amitri did not want to be classified and their existence was kept secret from the rest of the school.

Early rehearsals in Justin's parents house were followed by a move to secret rehearsal space behind some storage cartons in the basement of Glasgow Art Centre (now defunct). Later on the band secured official rehearsal space at the Art Centre in a proper room with a cupboard to keep their gear in. Postcard Record signing and future megastars Aztec Camera rehearsed in the room next door. At this time Paul Tyagi (drums) joined the band as its first drummer. The first recorded Del Amitri track 'What she Calls it' was the B side of a flexi-disc given away free with Stand and Deliver fanzine - the A side was given to another future Glasgow megaband The Bluebells. Unable to read music, early Del tracks were arranged and remembered according to 'bits' named after musical influences that included from Genesis, Captain Beefheart and Orange Juice.
Guitarists Bentley and Scobbie left in 1982 for university and the band faced a brief uncertain future until Justin Currie placed an advert in the window of a music store asking for people who could play to contact him, and the new line-up was formed with Currie (bass and vocals), Iain Harvie (lead guitar), Bryan Tolland (guitar) and Paul Tyagi (drums). The first non-flexi 45 single was 'Crows in the Wheatfield' with cover design by artist Laura Michael. Tyagi left after the release of the first album three years later becoming a successful photographer. Currie and Harvie were the only members of the band to remain present throughout its history ? they were also the main songwriters of the group.
Jon McLoughlin (recorded and toured with the band during 'Some Other Suckers Parade') passed away in March 2005 from complications of Diabetes. He was 42.