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Performer: Blyth Power
Genre: Rock
Title: Wicked Women, Wicked Men And Wicket Keepers
Country: UK
Released: 1987
Style: Alternative Rock, Folk Rock, Punk
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Since 1984 Blyth Power have been playing and recording original music, which although regarded by many as fitting into the folk rock catergory goes so much further. Based around the lyrics of songwriter Joseph Porter, the band's sound is unique, and there is an atmosphere to Blyth Power that adds a depth to the music, and makes them more than just another pop group. Women and Horses and Power and War. Jun 2014. My master speaks in ignorance of colour creed and class The hand that tilts at windmills would rather tilt a glass He tells us man made power, tells us man created pain And Christie made elastoplast to make them whole agaln Don't give me swimming pools and telephones Just give me power eaten cold and off the bone.

We like the coincidence that 56076 had its Blyth Power nameplates removed around this time, and put onto 56134 instead. It must have been an omen. Anyhow, the band went into RMS studio in Crystal Palace and churned it out. Of mild interest in the wake of this release is the publicity campaign which the then solvent All The Madmen Records paid for. There was this chap called Spike who got paid £400, and in return he blagged interviews with all the music papers. Joseph even got to make an ass of himself on Radio 1's Newsbeat show.

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Artist: Blyth Power Title: Wicked Women, Wicked Men And Wicket Keepers Genre: Pop Type: Used - LP Label: All The Madmen Catalog ID: MAD LP 006 Country: UK Our ID: 70405. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.

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Tracklist

A1 Goodbye General
A2 Stand Into Danger
A3 Bricklayers Arms
A4 Smoke From Cromwell's Time
A5 John O'Gaunt
A6 Hurling Time
B1 Probably Going To Rain
B2 Caligula
B3 It Probably Won't Be Easy
B4 Marius Moves
B5 Ixion
B6 Some Of Shelley's Hang Ups

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  • Recorded At – RMS Studios

Credits

  • Bass – Curtis*
  • Drums, Vocals – Josef Porta*
  • Guitar – Neil*
  • Harmonica – Dave Johnson
  • Producer – Andy Le Vien
  • Vocals – Andy*
  • Vocals, Recorder – Sarah*
  • Written-By – Josef Porta*

Notes

Recorded at R.M.S., London. 12 - 20th Decenber, 1986.

Comes with 16-page B&W booklet of lyrics and drawings.

From www.blythpower.co.uk; "Back in the olden days, before NME, Sounds and Melody Maker cottoned on to the fact that Blyth Power was unfashionable, the first LP was recorded. It was December 1986. Joseph had just sacked the entire band, but they were still going to play on the recording. Clearly he had a lot to learn. Any self-respecting dictator worth his salt would have shot them all out of hand. We like the coincidence that 56076 had its Blyth Power nameplates removed around this time, and put onto 56134 instead. It must have been an omen. Anyhow, the band went into RMS studio in Crystal Palace and churned it out. Of mild interest in the wake of this release is the publicity campaign which the then solvent All The Madmen Records paid for. There was this chap called Spike who got paid £400, and in return he blagged interviews with all the music papers. Joseph even got to make an ass of himself on Radio 1's Newsbeat show. Hurrah! Think how much more press we might have gotten if we'd paid for advertising space as well. There were two vinyl pressings. The first had a green sleeve and the second had a blue, and the lyrics were included in a booklet. Mr C. at ATM rejected the original artwork design for the sleeve as it offended his vegetarian principles. Boo hoo. We thought it was funny."

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MAD LP 006, MADLP 006, MAD 12, Mad 12 Blyth Power Wicked Women, Wicked Men And Wicket Keepers ‎(LP, Album + 7", Single, Ltd) All The Madmen Records, All The Madmen Records, All The Madmen Records, All The Madmen Records MAD LP 006, MADLP 006, MAD 12, Mad 12 UK 1986
MAD LP 006 Blyth Power Wicked Women, Wicked Men And Wicket Keepers ‎(LP, Album, RP, Blu) All The Madmen Records MAD LP 006 UK 1987

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Track A7 (uncredited on all artwork) is an a cappella version of God Has Gone Wrong Again.