STILL SOUNDS LIKE BROMLEY
Billy Jenkins
1997

 

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Track List
1. HIGH STREET/PART PEDESTRIANISED 8.22
2. OLD MEN IN FLAIRS 2.04
3. THEY BUILT A RING ROAD IN MY GARDEN 6.00
4. BARRY MITCHELL/WING MUSIC 6.27
5. SUBURBAN SOCIALISING/SATURDAY NIGHT 2.48
6. DRESSING UP FOR CHURCH 8.52
7. THE RUST ON THE SCREWS OF THE CHURCHILL THEATRE 3.19
8. WE DON'T LIVE THERE (ANYMORE) 7.30

©1995 Billy Jenkins [p]1997 Babel

Musicians
BILLY JENKINS (electric guitar, keyboards, sitar, voice)
with
Iain Ballamy (alto,tenor saxophone; GameBoy)
Claude Deppa (trumpet)
Roland Bates (trombone)
David Vine (steel pan)
Davey Williams (electric guitar)
Mike Mondesir (electric bass)
Steve Watts (double bass)
Martin France (drumkit) <> with contributions from

Django Bates (keyboards); James Taylor (Hammond Organ); Dai Pritchard (bass clarinet); Huw Warren, Maria Lamburn & Paul Lennon (VOG String Trio); Graham Jenkins, Peggy Jenkins, Ian Trimmer, Andy Shuttleworth, Keith Hale, Tim Matthewman, Alice Jenkins, Harriet Jenkins ('We Don't Live There' vocal chorus).

Recorded at Wood Wharf, Black Dog & Heaven Studios 1992-94
Engineered by Tony Messenger
PRODUCED BY TONY MESSENGER
Edited at Music City by Jim Woodward
Mastered at The Townhouse by Dave Bernez
All tracks composed by Billy Jenkins (PRS/MCPS)
Photography by Nick Corker
Cover co-ordination Nick Corker
Front cover artwork by Peter Daub especially commissioned by the composer

'Still Sounds Like Bromley' was commissioned by Eccentric Management with funds provided by the Arts Council of Great Britain 


We Don't Live There (Anymore)

Graham and Peggy - Stockwell College
Uncle David - local knowledge
Billy Idol - the Southlands Road Lido

Johnny Ebdon - Henekey's Bar
Sister Caroline - the Astor Cinema
Steven Severin - most of the Plymouth Brethren

Steven Brown - Grammer School
The Odd Spot Café - Ghinn's Wool
They Took Queen's Gardens - to sell Elizabeth Arden

Elmfield Road - Rafford Way
To progress - we take away
It's all disappeared - in less than twenty years

David Bowie - Three Tuns
Harrison Gibson - Maunder's Buns
Me Grandad's gout - the Widmore Road roundabout

Holwood Avenue - Love Lane
We rub them out - and start again
Changing places - with four thousand parking spaces

We don't live there (anymore)

©1995 Billy Jenkins


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