Gigolo Aunts - Cope / Bloom FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Pop music
Title: Cope / Bloom
Style: Power Pop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1500 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1925 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1785 mb
Other Formats: AU AA MIDI XM DMF ASF AAC
Bloom" is a song written and performed by Gigolo Aunts. It was first released in fall 1991 as the A-side to a 7" single, backed with "Cope", on the independent Summerville label. After appearing as a track on the October 1992 "Cope" single (Blaze58), it was released again as a single in its own right in January 1993 by Alias Records
Profile: Members are : Dave Gibbs (Vocals, Guitar) Phil Hurley (Guitar) Steve Hurley (Bass) Paul Brouwer (Drums). Flippin' Out (Album).
Gigolo Aunts are an alternative rock, power pop band formed in 1981 in Potsdam, New York as Sniper. In 1986 their name changed to Gigolo Aunts (after a Syd Barrett song) and the band re-located to Boston, Massachusetts. After recording the singles "Bloom" and "Cope" with Paul Kolderie and Sean Slade the band signed to Fire Records in the . and created the full-length album "Flippin' Out" with producers Mike Deneen and Adam Lasus.
Also known as. Sniper. An EP, Full-On Bloom, was released in July 1993 and an album, Flippin' Out, made with producers Mike Deneen and Adam Lasus, was released in the UK in October 1993. The band supported Suede and the Cranberries on their first major . tour and a tour of Japan. The band toured extensively in Europe in support of Flippin' Out, opening for the Wonderstuff.
Flippin' Out/Full-On Bloom. 2. Where I Find My Heaven. 8. Gun. Gigolo Aunts. 10. Flippin' Out. blue highlight denotes track pick.
Album · 1993 · 6 Songs. Full-On Bloom Gigolo Aunts. Listen on Apple Music.
In 1986 their name changed to Gigolo Aunts (after the Syd Barrett song, "Gigolo Aunt", from his 1970 album, Barrett) and became a staple on the Northern New York music scene, gaining a reputation for frenetic live sets that featured the close harmonies of the Hurley brothers and Gibbs. In the summer of 1987 the band re-located to Boston, Massachusetts and within a year were signed to Hoboken's Coyote Records (then home of the Feelies and Yo La Tengo)
|Blaze58||Gigolo Aunts||Cope / Bloom (7", sin)||Fire Records||Blaze58||UK||1992|
|none||Gigolo Aunts||The Various Cuts (Cass, Single)||Not On Label||none||UK||1991|
|summ-001||Gigolo Aunts||Bloom / Cope (7", Single, Num)||Summerville Records||summ-001||US||1992|
|blaze58cd||Gigolo Aunts||Cope (CD, Single)||Fire Records||blaze58cd||UK & Europe||1992|