The Bordellos – Part 2 – A Council House in St Helens – 2011 to 2012

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I’m A Man

It’s Lo Fi! Folk Off

Monkee Complex

Bring me the head of Justin Bieber EP

Licences/References/Links

I’m A Man

Published on 28 October 2011. The Bordellos get down and dirty with this Yardbirds classic, originally written by Bo Diddley – only an excerpt here – sorry!

This is taken from the double 7″ from Fruits de Mer Records – the 2012 Fruits de Mer/Regal Crabomophone Annual….the best unreleased tracks of 2011 that we needed an excuse to commit to vinyl – and what better excuse than Christmas?

Two lovely slabs of colour vinyl

Here’s a list of the tracks:

I’m A Man’ by The Bordellos (originally by Bo Diddley)
‘Destruction’ by Langor (originally the theme to the sixties film, ‘Just For The Hell Of It’)
‘Thick As A Brick’, by Jay Tausig (originally by Jethro Tull)
‘In The Court of Conscience’, by Beau
’25 German Boy Scouts’, by Permanent Clear Light
‘All Stars Have Gone To Sleep’, by Vibravoid
‘Volcano’, by Red Elektra ’69

Fruits de Mer Records

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It’s Lo Fi! Folk Off released 11 November 2011

A “lo-fi” EP/mini album recorded as a little free gift for you all. Feel free to enjoy.

Credits:

All songs written by Brian Shea and produced and performed by The Bordellos.

Track 1 – Brian Shea – Vocals and Acoustic Guitar
Track 2 – Ant Shea – Backing Vocals and Harmonica, Brian Shea – Vocals and Guitar, Dan Shea – Bass, Percussion and Backing Vocals
Track 3 – Dan Shea – Vocals, Bass and Guitar
Track 4 – Ant Shea – Harmonica, Brian Shea – Vocals and Guitar, Dan Shea – Bass
Track 5 – Ant Shea – Backing Vocals, Brian Shea – Vocals and Guitar, Dan Shea – Guitar, Bass and Percussion
Track 6 – Ant Shea – Harmonica, Brian Shea – Guitar, Dan Shea – Vocals
Track 7 – Brian Shea – Vocals and Guitar, Dan Shea – Zither
Track 8 – Ant Shea – Backing Vocals, Brian Shea – Vocals and Guitar, Dan Shea – Zither, Bass and Backing Vocals

Holy Love – From the album: “It’s Lo Fi! Folk Off” – Purrsia – Published on 10 August 2012

Peach – from the (yet to be released) album, “Contraception and Kojak Lollipops” – Purrsia – Published on 1 May 2012

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Monkee Complex released 4 May 2012

This album was recorded in four days in a council house in St Helens. Mark Ronson was not injured in the making of this album, as he didn’t try to put trumpets on anything…although for once there’s a few songs where that wouldn’t have been terrible.

All songs written by The Bordellos
Produced and mixed by Dan Bordello

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Galahad

Galahad – From the album: Monkee Complex – Purrsia- Published on 11 August 2012

Arthur Lee (4 track demo)

Arthur Lee (4 track demo) from the (yet to be released) album, “Contraception and Kojak Lollipops” – Purrsia – Published on 24 Nov 2012

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Bring me the head of Justin Bieber EP released 6 August 2012

“Bring me the head of Justin Bieber” released by Small Bear Records

From Bring Me The Head of Justin Bieber EP, Small Bear Records, 6th of August 2012.

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Licences:

Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported
Standard YouTube Licence
SoundCloud Terms of Use
BandCamp Terms of Use

Original recordings, videos, artworks etc. are copyright of their respective songwriters/performers/publishers/artists or whatever is applicable to that particular work with All rights reserved.

References/Links
All links accessed and working on 12 October 2017.

YouTube
Welshcake Records on Discogs
Small Bear Records
Fruits de Mer Records

Thanks to Purrsia who adds the old black and white films to Bordellos tracks on YouTube. Nobody has a clue who he or she is.

Related:
The Longdrone Flowers
Neurotic Wreck
Vukovar

This article was created, compiled and produced by Barry Grady with major contributions by Brian Shea from The Bordellos.

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