1990
Label: Les Disques Du Crépuscule - TWI 906-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Belgium • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: Lounge, New Wave
Hideaway - Devine & Statton - Cardiffians (CD, Album)

A sophomore effort from Young Marble Giants vocalist Alison Statton and one-time Morrissey collaborator Ian Devine. "The second D&S album originally appeared on Crepuscule in , and fleshes out their distinctive sound with stellar guest appearances by bassist Peter Hook (New Order), avant-garde guitarist Marc Ribot (Elvis Costello, Tom Waits, T-Bone Burnett), and downtown New .

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Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica, Vocals – Ian Devine. Keyboards, Programmed By, Flute – Eric Mertens. Mixed By, Engineer – Bruno Donini (tracks: A1 to B4, B6), Werner Pensaert (tracks: B5) Percussion – Frank Michiels. Saxophone – Roy Nathanson. Trombone – Curtis Fowlkes. Vocals – Alison Statton. Written-By – Ian Devine (tracks: A1 4/5(11).

The second and last Devine & Statton album was even more concerned with the Welsh backgrounds of its two members, specifically the city the two called home. Aiming at what Ian Devine later called creating "a paean to Cardiff," the two, again supported with several side performers -- notably including New Order's Peter Hook on bass and regular Tom Waits collaborator Marc Ribot on guitar.

Listen to Cardiffians by Devine & Statton, Devine & Statton on Apple Music. Stream songs including "Hideaway", "Lovers Get In the Way" and more. Album · · 17 Songs.


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