|16 October 2006||Genuine / PIAS / Wall of Sound||GEN051TEN|
|A1. Pin That Badge
A2. Green Eyed Fool
B1. Cash In
|10″ single limited to 1000 numbered copies in die-cut sleeve with paper inner. Barcode is a sticker on the rear sleeve. Although this was commercially available the text on rear sleeve states “PROMO USE ONLY – NOT FOR SALE”. Some copies sent out with press release (see text below), also issued as a two and three track promo CD.
Russell Simins plays drums on Pin That Badge, Green Eyed Fool and Cash In.
In addition to the album Russell has appeared the releases; Pin That Badge EP, Love You and Pay To Join (there are multiple editions of each release, click on the title for more info).
| A1. Pin That Badge
Writers: Barrie Cadogan and Lewis Wharton
Produced: Dan The Automator with additional production by Mike Pelanconi and Little Barrie
Mixed: Mike Pelanconi
Guitar/Vocals: Barrie Cadogan
Bass: Lewis Wharton
Drums: Russell Simins
Run Time: 3:26
A2. Green Eyed Fool
B1. Cash In
B2. Why Don’t You Do It
|SLEEVE NOTES / INFORMATION / PRESS RELEASE:|
|“Thanks to Bill Denton for Harmonica on ‘Cash In'”
REAR: (p) & © 2006 PIAS/WALL OF SOUND LTD. 508.0051.134 LC07800 GEN051TEN [Genuine/PIAS/Wall of Sound logos] Promo Use Only – Not For Sale [and limited edition number].
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LABELS: Tracklisting, runtimes, copyright, label info and “SABAM/BIEM”
When their old drummer decided that the touring/recording/touring life wasn’t for him. the band were left without a backbeat just as they were writing the new album. In a flash of inspiration they headed off to New York to record with Dan The Automator on production and Jon Spencer Blues Explosion drummer Russell Simins taking over sticks duties for a while. Hence the new material is understandably their funkiest yet. A harder, tauter sound, ‘Stand Your Ground’ stretches Little Barrie beyond even the expansive boundaries they mapped out on their debut, and adds to the rich sources of inspiration they nodded at before (The Meters, the Stone Roses. Shuggie Otis, Jimi Hendrix). They’ve stirred in some other icons of authentic rock and roll abandon: The Sonics. Gene Vincent and The Cramps have all been on the lb stereo over the past 12 months, and there is a consequent directness and frill-free intensity to the music.
Finding a new permanent drummer didn’t turn out to be a huge problem either: both Barrie Cadogan (vocals, guitar) and Lewis Wharton (bass) already knew new boy Billy Skinner, although for years neither of them knew he could play the drums. “I was in a country-rock band,” Billy says, “so I guess I kept that a bit quiet!” These new songs are just brilliant – full of soul and funk but with tunes and riffs to die for. Perfect for your clubs, let us know what you think below.”
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*The ‘|’ at the end of the catalogue number is actually a short vertical character more like half of a ‘|’ or an extended upright ‘,’ but not a symbol that can be found on a keyboard.