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There's the music recorded in 1981(?) that Suzi Ronson sang over (Teddy discovered a couple of years ago)...



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http://clashcity.com/boards/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=9422
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Toppers Boppers wrote:There's the music recorded in 1981(?) that Suzi Ronson sang over (Teddy discovered a couple of years ago)...



More info on this IMCT thread...

http://clashcity.com/boards/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=9422
Mick authenticated that one.

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Dirty Harry wrote:
Thanks mate nice one. I really like that track sure sounds like Stuart Goddard on vocals. Did Mick play on it or just produce it?

Looks like B.I.M. had a handful of singles and an album with just the one produced by Mick a mono and stereo mix and the B-side "Might As Well Dance". Still like to know if he plays on it.
Mick definitely plays guitar on it. Sounds to me like he's possibly playing saxophone as well. Actually, it sounds to me like Mick more or less made a demo that's been finished with a vocalist covering his vocal.

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TeddyB Not Logged In wrote:
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Thanks mate nice one. I really like that track sure sounds like Stuart Goddard on vocals. Did Mick play on it or just produce it?

Looks like B.I.M. had a handful of singles and an album with just the one produced by Mick a mono and stereo mix and the B-side "Might As Well Dance". Still like to know if he plays on it.
Mick definitely plays guitar on it. Sounds to me like he's possibly playing saxophone as well. Actually, it sounds to me like Mick more or less made a demo that's been finished with a vocalist covering his vocal.
Thanks for the info on both Teddy appreciated my good man.
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Toppers Boppers wrote:There's the music recorded in 1981(?) that Suzi Ronson sang over (Teddy discovered a couple of years ago)...



More info on this IMCT thread...

http://clashcity.com/boards/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=9422
Shows how memorable that song is I barely remembered the thread until I read the bits where we are talking about the Heartbreakers and so on.

Still at least I know it's Barnacle and not Lennard on the sax.
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Calling TeddyB / Muppet Hi-Fi,

Does Mick play on the whole of Ian Hunter's Short Back n' Sides? I got the two disc cd set but the sleeve notes don't help much. I know he produces with Ronno but I want to know what tracks he actually plays on.

I think maybe these...

Central Park n' West
Lisa Likes Rock n' Roll
Old Records Never Die
Noises
Rain
Theatre Of the Absurd (Brixton Power) / Theatre Of the Absurd (Brixton Power) [Alt. Mix]
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muppet hi fi wrote:Marky, you probably already know this, but the three songs on Hunter/Ronson's 'Short Back & Sides' that feature Topper are "Central Park & West" (such a classic), "Noises" (pure Mick S!-era production) and "Leave Me Alone" (nice pop tune with fine b/vs from Mick).

Mick's obviously all over the rest of the album.
So he plays on all the tracks?
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Marky Dread wrote:Calling TeddyB / Muppet Hi-Fi,

Does Mick play on the whole of Ian Hunter's Short Back n' Sides? I got the two disc cd set but the sleeve notes don't help much. I know he produces with Ronno but I want to know what tracks he actually plays on.

I think maybe these...

Central Park n' West
Lisa Likes Rock n' Roll
Old Records Never Die
Noises
Rain
Theatre Of the Absurd (Brixton Power) / Theatre Of the Absurd (Brixton Power) [Alt. Mix]
OK, in my view (obviously Teddy will have greater insight), these are the tracks Mick J plays/sings on:

Central Park N' West (guitar, possible BVs, production, Topper)
Lisa Likes Rock N' Roll (guitar, BVs, production, Topper)
I Need Your Love (BVs)
Old Records Never Die
Noises (production, Topper)
Rain (guitar, production)
Gun Control
Theatre Of The Absurd (guitar, BVs, production)
Leave Me Alone (guitar, BVs, production, Topper)
Keep On Burnin'

second disc i'm not sure, but suspect he's not on any other than the alt take of Theatre of the Absurd/Brixton Power.
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Marky Dread wrote:
Toppers Boppers wrote:There's the music recorded in 1981(?) that Suzi Ronson sang over (Teddy discovered a couple of years ago)...



More info on this IMCT thread...

http://clashcity.com/boards/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=9422
Shows how memorable that song is I barely remembered the thread until I read the bits where we are talking about the Heartbreakers and so on.

Still at least I know it's Barnacle and not Lennard on the sax.
i like Cinders pretty well - nice progression, Topper's especially hard and funky, Suzi is pretty good (hey she's no Ellen Foley :mrgreen: ).

so was this from Sandinista! sessions at Wessex or Hunter/Ronson's Short Back and Sides sessions from Wessex? (that's obviously Price or Jeremy Green engineering, judging from Toppers drum tone/mix).
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Hello,

Can someone upload B.I.M. material? I found a track on youtube but can't locate anything else. I don't want to violate any intellectual rights but can't find anything.

Thanks!

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gkbill wrote:Hello,

Can someone upload B.I.M. material? I found a track on youtube but can't locate anything else. I don't want to violate any intellectual rights but can't find anything.

Thanks!
I doubt you'll find anything else out there unless you buy the vinyl singles. Mick is only on the one single.
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muppet hi fi wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
Toppers Boppers wrote:There's the music recorded in 1981(?) that Suzi Ronson sang over (Teddy discovered a couple of years ago)...



More info on this IMCT thread...

http://clashcity.com/boards/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=9422
Shows how memorable that song is I barely remembered the thread until I read the bits where we are talking about the Heartbreakers and so on.

Still at least I know it's Barnacle and not Lennard on the sax.
i like Cinders pretty well - nice progression, Topper's especially hard and funky, Suzi is pretty good (hey she's no Ellen Foley :mrgreen: ).

so was this from Sandinista! sessions at Wessex or Hunter/Ronson's Short Back and Sides sessions from Wessex? (that's obviously Price or Jeremy Green engineering, judging from Toppers drum tone/mix).
It does nothing for me and sounds half baked.
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muppet hi fi wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:Calling TeddyB / Muppet Hi-Fi,

Does Mick play on the whole of Ian Hunter's Short Back n' Sides? I got the two disc cd set but the sleeve notes don't help much. I know he produces with Ronno but I want to know what tracks he actually plays on.

I think maybe these...

Central Park n' West
Lisa Likes Rock n' Roll
Old Records Never Die
Noises
Rain
Theatre Of the Absurd (Brixton Power) / Theatre Of the Absurd (Brixton Power) [Alt. Mix]
OK, in my view (obviously Teddy will have greater insight), these are the tracks Mick J plays/sings on:

Central Park N' West (guitar, possible BVs, production, Topper)
Lisa Likes Rock N' Roll (guitar, BVs, production, Topper)
I Need Your Love (BVs)
Old Records Never Die
Noises (production, Topper)
Rain (guitar, production)
Gun Control
Theatre Of The Absurd (guitar, BVs, production)
Leave Me Alone (guitar, BVs, production, Topper)
Keep On Burnin'

second disc i'm not sure, but suspect he's not on any other than the alt take of Theatre of the Absurd/Brixton Power.
Input appreciated mate. Hopefully Teddy knows the score.
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Apparently Hugh Cornwell was making a record and The Clash just happened to be in the vicinity and this was the result, a new one on me I have to admit. Do like the Ian Dury one a lot, will have to check out the rest of the album.


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Low Down Low wrote:Apparently Hugh Cornwell was making a record and The Clash just happened to be in the vicinity and this was the result, a new one on me I have to admit. Do like the Ian Dury one a lot, will have to check out the rest of the album.

Toppers Boppers already mentioned that on page 2 of this thread mate.
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