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Bike Blood - Fabulous Poodles - Think Pink


1979
Label: Blueprint - 201 334-320 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave
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The Fabulous Poodles were a British pre- new wave band formed in The band released three albums between and on Pye Records. The Fabulous Poodles started out just as The Poodles. Suffolk recognised a possible hit and asked de Meur to join the band.

The song was taken to Private Stock Records Хирургия - Онейроид* - Шапка Стереомаха released it as a single in connection with Dave Woods. The Poodles began touring England and the continent.

Bob Suffolk left the band and went on to design recording studios Suffolk Studio Design while the final line up settled down to life on the road with Parsons as van driver, road manager and warm-up act as the Blue Poodle on a unicycle, often with his Jack Russell dog, Nipper, who howled to the harmonica. Parsons designed all the promotional material and merchandise. In the Fabulous Poodles embarked on an American tour supporting such notable acts as the Ramones and Tom Petty and Volcano - More To Love Heartbreakers.

Their first album, Fabulous Poodleswas produced by John Entwistlebassist for The Whowho also played eight-string bass on a few songs. In they undertook a UK tour with special guest Tom Sorahan. Their manager was Brian Lane, manager of Yes. Inthe final album Think Pink was recorded and released, the title being the only lyrics to one of the songs, "Pink City Twist".

Bryn Burrows later joined Freur Bike Blood - Fabulous Poodles - Think Pink was in the original line-up of Underworld. A bootleg live album recorded in Hempstead, New York in entitled Radio Stars has also been circulating around collector's circles for a few years. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

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7 thoughts on “ Bike Blood - Fabulous Poodles - Think Pink

  1. Apr 28,  · The Fabulous Poodles mixed styles as diverse as rockabilly, 60s Brit-pop and R&B to create a really fun and engaging sound. John Entwistle of The Who produced their very fine debut album, "Mirror Stars". I enjoyed that album and also "Think Pink", when they first came out and was very pleased to see them available on one CD/5(16).
  2. In , the final album Think Pink was recorded and released, the title being the only lyrics to one of the songs, "Pink City Twist". In the Fabulous Poodles released their final single, "Stompin' on the Cat" b/w "Anna Rexia" and "Don't You Lie To Me". Bryn Burrows later joined Freur and was in the original line-up of morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo: New wave.
  3. Apr 10,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Bike Blood - The Fabulous Poodles YouTube Mr. Mike - Fabulous Poodles - Urgente Rock and Roll - Duration: opentaker , views.
  4. Nov 21,  · Provided to YouTube by Sanctuary Records Bike Blood · Fabulous Poodles Think Pink ℗ Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company Guitar, Mandolin, Violin.
  5. Includes all three of the band’s original albums, Fabulous Poodles (), Unsuitable () and Think Pink (), all of their PYE Records singles and B-sides, plus a wealth of previously unreleased demo material, packing this three CD set full of the band’s most essential recordings.
  6. Jun 29,  · “Pink City Twist” is a funny, wacky, upbeat little instrumental theme song from the Fabulous Poodles’ Think Pink album. The excellent and very muscular “Look What the Cat Dragged In” features a very rare Bryn Burrows lead vocal; he sounds a lot like Nick Lowe with Rockpile in this tale of an unwelcome party crasher.
  7. Think Pink has a lot more pizzazz than Mirror Stars, the first American release by the Fabulous Poodles, and while the Fab Poos have plenty of charm, they still don't mange to transcend their influences most of the time. The opener, "Man with Money," is a cover of an Everly Brothers tune that was a British hit, and to their credit, the Poos reinvent it as a new wave meets country rock thang 6/

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