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9 thoughts on “ All This & More - The Wedding Present - George Best (CD, Album) ”

  1. Of these, the murky, desolate, Steve Albini-produced third long player Seamonsters () claims all-time top spot in the eyes of many fans. Indeed, both the band and their followers may consider George Best somewhat raw, perhaps even a little gauche. But this debut, recorded by the original four-piece Wedding Present line-up alongside guest.
  2. 32 years since the wedding present’s debut and we have this reissue in our collective hands – is this one of the best ‘indie’ debuts of all time? We think so. Reflecting on the impact of their debut album frontman David Gedge explains; “George Best will obviously always hold a special place in my heart because it’s the first.
  3. The Wedding Present – George Best Released via Scopitones. Available on Vinyl LP and CD. It was early and The Wedding Present were in Chicago, recording their seventh album, El Rey.
  4. Hot on the trail of their 30th anniversary "George Best" tour, which saw the band perform their debut album in full, the Wedding Present strike the iron whilst it's hot, re-recording the songs live-in-the-studio with the sympathetic, crisp and simple production of Steve Albini/5(42).
  5. A reissue of a classic record from The Wedding Present to celebrate National Album Day Reflecting on the impact of their debut album frontman David Gedge explains; “George Best will obviously always hold a special place in my heart because it’s the first album I recorded.
  6. George Best + 9, an Album by The Wedding Present. Released in on Pearls From the Past (catalog no. PFTP WP1; CD). Genres: C86, Jangle Pop.
  7. George Best is the debut album by The Wedding Present, originally released in /5(60).
  8. The Wedding Present - George Best Plus Album Lyrics; 1. A Million Miles: 2. All About Eve: 3. All This and More: 4. Anyone Can Make a Mistake: 5. Everyone Thinks He Looks Daft! 6. Getting Better: 7. Getting Nowhere Fast: 8. Give My Love to Kevin: 9. Give My Love to Kevin (acoustic) I'm Not Always So Stupid: It's What You Want That.
  9. Indies-Only Colour Vinyl It was early and The Wedding Present were in Chicago, recording their seventh album, El Rey. But they had also recently completed a successful ‘twentieth anniversary’ concert tour for their debut LP George Best and, having played that entire album dozens of times live, it was fresh in their minds and under their fingers.

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