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Performer: Various
Genre: Rock
Title: The Thin Man Bordello
Country: Australia
Released: 10 Jul 2000
Style: Indie Rock
Label: Pharmacy Records
Catalog Number: pr004
MP3 version ZIP size: 2692 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1616 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 123

Tracklist

1Richard AndrewMusic For Nudists
Vocals, Keyboards – Richard AndrewWritten-By – R. Andrew
1:22
2Peter ArcherEasier
Double Bass, Percussion – Richard AndrewPiano, Backing Vocals – Nick Murphy Vocals – Peter ArcherWritten-By – P. Archer
2:39
3Kirsty StegwaziWhatever
Cello – Mal PinkertonGuitar, Vocals – Kirsty StegwaziViolin – Naomi EvansWritten-By – K. Stegwazi
3:47
4Grand SalvoProvidence Vector
Cello – Mal PinkertonGuitar, Vocals – Paddy MannViolin – Naomi EvansWritten-By – P. Mann
3:20
5Richard AndrewArmy Letters
Double Bass, Backing Vocals – Andrew PapadopoulosGuitar, Vocals, Percussion – Richard AndrewWritten-By – R. Andrew
3:12
6Rob Snarski And His So Called FriendsNothing I Could Do
Electric Guitar – Dan LuscombePercussion – Richard AndrewVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Rob SnarskiWritten-By – R. Snarski
4:48
7Kirsty StegwaziArachnid (No Strings)
Guitar, Vocals – Kirsty StegwaziSlide Guitar – Richard AndrewWritten-By – Stegwazi
3:27
8David OngHard Times
Instruments – David OngWritten-By – D. Ong
3:07
9Peter ArcherLittle Grain
Guitar – Nick Murphy Guitar, Vocals – Peter ArcherSaxophone – Matthew HabbenTrumpet – Ken GardenerWritten-By – P. Archer
2:26
10Grand SalvoStrung Along And Dumped
Guitar, Vocals – Paddy MannPercussion – Richard AndrewTrombone – Adam HuttererWritten-By – P. Mann
2:34
11Chris Ferguson Homebound Line
Backing Vocals, Handclaps – Chris Ferguson , Liz Price, Naomi Evans, Stuart HandleyDrums, Percussion – Richard AndrewGuitar, Harmonica, Vocals – Chris Ferguson Written-By – C. Ferguson
5:02
12Peter ArcherLo Radio
Backing Vocals – Nick Murphy Guitar, Vocals – Peter ArcherWritten-By – P. Archer
2:27
13Rob Snarski And His So Called FriendsFrank And Ava
Clarinet – Matthew P. HabbenElectric Guitar – Dan LuscombePiano – Kiernan BoxVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Rob SnarskiWritten By – J. BrooksWritten-By – R. Snarski
5:25
14Nick Murphy Magic For A Minute
Backing Vocals – Steve PinkertonVocals, Guitar – Nick Murphy Written-By – M. Pinkerton, N. Murphy, S. Pinkerton
2:50
15Joel SilbersherStationary
Guitar, Tambourine – Joel SilbersherSlide Guitar, Drums – Richard AndrewVocals, Cello – Kirsty StegwaziWritten-By – J. Silbersher, K. Stegwazi
2:12
16Chris Ferguson Like Any Other Fella
Cello – Mal PinkertonDrums, Percussion – Richard AndrewGuitar, Vocals, Vibraphone [Vibes], Harmonica, Keyboards – Chris Ferguson Violin – Naomi EvansWritten-By – C. FergusonWritten-By [Reprise End] – Richard Andrew
6:24
17Joel SilbersherFloating Heads
Cello – Kirsty StegwaziInstruments [All Other Stuff] – Joel SilbersherRecorded By [Basic Recording] – Tim JuliffWritten-By – J. Silbersher
2:46

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneVarious The Thin Man Bordello ‎(CDr, Comp, RE)Pharmacy RecordsnoneUS2010

Credits

  • Mastered ByCal Orr, Richard Andrew
  • Recorded By, ProducerDavid Ong (tracks: 13), Richard Andrew (tracks: 1 to 12, 14 to 17)

Notes

'The Thin Man Bordello' stands as a testament to the quality and depth of talent in our fair city of Melbourne Australia, with each track being recorded and produced in an enormous, rambling, 'structurally challenged' old house in North Fitzroy.

All artists music (control) unless otherwise noted. ℗ Pharmacy Records 2000

Distributed in Australia by MGM Distribution or available through Pharmacy Records @ www.pharmacyrecords.net

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 9 324690 001873
  • Barcode (Scanned): 9324690001873
  • Matrix / Runout: IFPI L283 THINMANCD1 #01 MADE BY PMI.
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L283
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4606

Companies

  • Recorded At – Pharmacy Studios
  • Produced At – Pharmacy Studios
  • Mastered At – Shabtech Studios
  • Distributed By – MGM Distribution
  • Made By – PMI
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Published By – Mushroom Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pharmacy Studios

Album

The Thin Man Bordello. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 2000 17 Songs. Various Artists. 17 tracks 58:08. Released: Jul Thin Man Bordello. or open in our Desktop to all tracks of The Thin Man Bordello for free. Tracks In This Album. Lo Radio - Peter Archer, Nick Murphy. Strung Along And Dumped - Richard Andrew, Adam Hutterer, Grand Salvo, Paddy Mann. Homebound Line - Richard Andrew, Naomi Evans, Chris Ferguson, Stuart Handley, Liz Price. Nothing I Could Do - Richard Andrew, Dan Luscombe, Rob Snarski. Easier - Richard Andrew, Peter Archer, Nick Murphy. Stationary - Joel Silbersher, Kirsty Stegwazi, Richard Andrew. Release group by Various Artists. Album Compilation. AU2000-07-10. Pharmacy Records. PR004. Release group information. Artist: Various Artists. The Thin Man 1934 is a detective novel by Dashiell Hammett, originally published in the December 1933 issue of Redbook. It appeared in book form the following month. Hammett never wrote a sequel but the book became the basis for a successful six-part film series, which also began in 1934 with The Thin Man and starred William Powell and Myrna Loy. The Thin Man television series aired on NBC from 195759, and starred Peter Lawford and Phyllis Kirk. THE THIN MAN series in 1957 was a weak attempt to gain a foothold in television by flipping pages from the William Powell-Myrna Loy 1930's photo album. But MGM failed to create anything fresh for the new medium and the studio's efforts were too little, too late. As a show, THE THIN MAN was a perky, but superficial recreation of the Powell-Loy classic. THE THIN MAN wasn't just another innocuous 1950's television series that bombed. It is a deceivingly important piece of the story of a great studio beginning a slow descent into oblivion. By failing to recognize that one either adapts to change or becomes extinct, MGM made a catastrophic miscalculation