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Findlay Napier: VIP Very Interesting Persons

Findlay Napier: VIP Very Interesting Persons (Cheery Groove CHEERY002)

VIP Very Interesting Persons
Findlay Napier

Cheery Groove CHEERY002 (CD, UK, January 12, 2015)

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Produced by Boo Hewerdine;
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Mark Freegard at Kyoti Studio, Glasgow;
VIP illustrations by Chris Baldie;
Design and artwork by Martin Rowsell at Simply Marvellous Music;
Photography by David Boni

Musicians

Findlay Napier, vocals [1-11], backing vocals [6-7], guitar [1-2, 6-10], feet [2], handclaps [2], heavy foot [9];
Boo Hewerdine, guitar [1, 4-6, 8, 10], tremolo guitar [2], feet [2], handclaps [2, 9], ukulele [4], harmonium [4, 6, 10], backing vocals [4, 6], marimba [6];
Gustaf Ljunggreen, 12-string electric guitar [1], lap steel [1-2, 5, 7, 9], woodwind [3], choir [4], mandolin [4-5], flute [6, 8], synth bass [7], clarinet [8], bass clarinet [8], mandoguitar [10], fretless bass [10];
Gillian Frame, backing vocals [1, 3, 5];
Hamish Napier, piano [3, 5, 9], backing vocals [5];
Louis Abbott, backing vocals [3, 5];
Mark Freegard, ukulele [4], drum loops [6];
Roy Dodds, radiator [4], tambourine [4, 10], drum [4], percussion [7]

Tracks

  1. Hedy Lamarr (3.09)
  2. The Man Who Sold New York (3.55)
  3. An Idol in Decline (3.01)
  4. Eddie Banjo (2.36)
  5. What a Shame About George (3.47)
  6. Rising Sun (3.14)
  7. Sweet Science (2.59)
  8. Valentina (3.09)
  9. The Sport of Kings (3.22)
  10. Angel Falls (3.52)

All songs written by Boo Hewerdine and Findlay Napier except
Track 4b Jimmie Davis;
Track 7 Findlay Napier

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Findlay Napier: Glasgow

Findlay Napier: Glasgow (Cheery Groove CHEERY006)

Glasgow
Findlay Napier

Cheery Groove CHEERY006 (CD, UK, October 13, 2017)

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Produced by Boo Hewerdine;
Executive producers Jennifer Haase and Peter Napier;
Recorded by Chris Pepper at Motherlode Studio, Norfolk;
Mixed by Chris Pepper at Saltwell Studio;
Mastered by Paul Savage at Chem 19;
Design by Martin Rowsell at Simply Marvellous Music;
Cover photo by Raymond Depardon, Magnum Photography;
All other photos by Richard Crawford, Precious Productions

Musicians

Findlay Napier, guitar, vocals;
Boo Hewerdine, high-strung guitar, piano;
Donna Maciocia, backing vocals

Tracks

  1. Young Goths in the Necropolis (3.11)
  2. Wire Burners (3.02)
  3. Marchtown (4.19)
  4. St Anthony's Digging a Hole (3.32)
  5. Glasgow (3.45)
  6. Cod Liver Oil and the Orange Juice (3.56)
  7. A Walk Across the Rooftops (3.27)
  8. There's More to Building Ships (3.02)
  9. The Locarno, Sauchiehall Street 1928 (3.26)
  10. King Kong’s Visit to Glasgow (3.06)
  11. The Blue Lagoon (2.25)

Tracks 1, 4, 8 Findlay Napier;
Tracks 2, 9, 11 Findlay Napier, Boo Hewerdine;
Track 3 Emma Pollock;
Track 5 Julia Doogan;
Track 6 Ron Clak, Carl McDougall;
Track 7 Paul Buchanan, Robert Bell;
Track 10 Michael Marra

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Other records with Findlay Napier

RSAMD students, No.1 Scottish: Traditional Music from the RSAMD, CD, RSAMD, 2002, Greentrax CDTRAX 310, 2006

Various Artists, The Complete Songs of Robert Burns Volume 11, 2 CD, Linn CKD 200, 2002

Various Artists, The Complete Songs of Robert Burns Volume 12, CD, Linn CKD 201, 2002

Fiona Hunter, Fiona Hunter, CD, Rusty Squash Horn RSH004CD, 2014

Various Artists, The Rough Guide to Scottish Music (Third Edition), 2 CD, World Music RGNET 1310 CD, 2014

Various Artists, Scotia Nova, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX 387, 2016

Shake the Chains, Shake the Chains, CD, Quercus QRCD003, 2017