Cambridge Review - Kimberley Rew joins in
Same as it ever was...
I've been here before, so i know where the venue is...
it's not there!
well, it is, it's just that instead of an industrial wasteland there's now a bustling entertainment centre and a huge hotel!! my friend and i walk around and eventually ask someone, who, luckily, is going to the gig. Due to this and other delays, i get in as 18'th day are on, so lurk around, slowly weedling through the crowd to get to the 2nd row, where i spy some familiar faces at the front.
The gig is another different one... still no Morris Windsor, but there is an extra guitar onstage and it looks like it might belong to... well, more of that later.
Posted on 23 Jan 2006
Japanes Release Gets Extra Songs
The Japanese label Oak Tree Records
will release "The Minus Five"(aka the gun album) with two extra tracks.
First bonus track is "All The Time"
which is a McCaughey original and performed by Scott McCaughey, Peter Buck, John Ramberg, Bill Rieflin and Tucker Jackson. Recorded, mixed and produced by Kurt Bloch and Scott McCaughey.
The second one is "Teenage Idol"
, a cover of the Ricky Nelson song and performed by Scott McCaughey, Jimmy Talent, John Moen and Brian Berg (aka the Bison flavoured Minus 5).Recorded/mixed/produced by Brian Berg.
Posted on 22 Jan 2006
Nottingham review - furry black legs and a spicy goatee
not a great start... i'd done a recce earlier to find the gig and failed, got the wrong emtrance, so i bumble around until i have to ask..
once inside it all looks familiar, the front row at least. on a hunch i ask if they're from here and they are.. here and murmurs. i won't give names away, but hello guys!
the set was much the same as Birmingham, which is no complaint. The biggest difference was no Morris on vocals/percussion/drums for the end.
Tonight the troublesome 12 string wasn't even tried and Peter's amp worked first time, which is more than can be said for Robyn's.
Posted on 22 Jan 2006
Dial A Fight pictures
Here are some pictures from the Young Fresh Fellows at the Book Records "Dial a Fight" Gig.
Thanks To West Seattle Zach.
Posted on 20 Jan 2006
Be the subject of a Minus 5 song!
from the yeproc mailing list:
We've also got a super waycool Minus 5 contest brewing up for you, in honor of the Feb. 7 release of The Minus 5 (a.k.a. The Gun Album). If you know anything about Scott McCaughey, you know we could hardly find a better person for this contest: Join the Minus 5 mailing list between now and March 10 and you could be the subject of a Minus 5 song! That's right, Scott will write a song about you! Stay tuned for more details, but go ahead and sign up for the Minus 5 mailing list now, and you'll get all the particulars as soon as they're particularized, and be eligible for the contest. You can also pre-order the CD now at yeproc.com and you'll get a bonus CD-R with two otherwise unavailable songs.
Posted on 18 Jan 2006
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The Minus 5
Young Fresh Fellows
October 29& 30 - Fantastic Dracula Carnival, KU Disco, Benidorm, Spain
The Baseball Project
Scott McCaughey, Steve Wynn, Peter Buck and Linda Pitmon
Pogues tribute band feat. Scott McCaughey
Scott McCaughey plays in M. Ward's touring band
see M. Ward Tourdates
The Lowe Beats
Nick Lowe tribute band feat. Scott McCaughey, John Ramberg, Jim Sangster and Graham Black
Feat. Bill Rieflin and Peter Buck
Feat. John Ramberg and Jim Sangster
The Baseball Project / The Minus 5, Redeyed in Austin, Vinyl EP for RSD 2015
Out: 18 April 2015
Minus 5 - Dungeon Golds
The Tripwires - Get Young
Tuatara - Underworld