Buying the albums sampled on “You Can All Join In”.
Today we continue with “Melanie Blue”‘s notes in the CD insert:
“Nirvana displayed a succession of sublime moments in “Tiny Goddess”, “Penticost [sic] Hotel”, “Rainbow Chaser” and “Girl In The Park”, and indeed throughout their third album, the remarkable “To Markos III”.”
[I only have this as an expanded CD called “Black Flower”, but it is the same record with just one additional track:]
“Patrick Cambell-Lyons was born in County Waterford, Ireland. His first visits to the UK were in 1964, when he traveled to London to work through the summer. His time was spent working during the day and checking out the emerging music scene by night. The Ealing School of Art was a seriously cool place to hang out, with a lot of the local musical talent either studying there or drinking in the bars. Lunchtimes amongst the students there proved a source of inspiration for Patrick as the likes of Pete Townshend, from the Graphics course, already had a gigging band called the Detours, and other groups would call in to meet up, including The Birds (featuring Ron Wood) and The Tridents (boasting a young Jeff Beck).”
More next time.