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Deaf School - Let's Do This Again Next Week... album download
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Deaf School live footage filmed in Liverpool by Paul Holt, December 2017. Movie clips from 'Twinky' (1969). 13 May ·. Liverpool.

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Let's Do This Again Next Week 2017. English Boys, Working Girls 1978. The Liverpool, England art rock band Deaf School turned to the Tin Pan Alley sound, not punk, as an alternative to the commercial music of the 70s. Formed in 1976 by Steve Allen (vocals), Bette Bright (vocals), Clive Langer (guitar, piano), Max Ripple (keyboards, accordion), Steve Lindsey (bass, piano, vocals), Timothy Whittaker (drums), Ian Ritchie (sax), Eric Shark (vocals), and Paul Pilnick (guitar, accordion, bass, banjo). Deaf School made their debut with a double album, 2nd Honeymoon

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Let’s Do This Again Next Wee. Don’t Stop the World 2. English Boys/Working Girls 2. Others 2. Covers 1. 2018 stats. Complete Album stats. Last updated: 11 Jun 2019, 00:14 Etc/UTC. More from this Artist. Deaf School Gig Timeline.

The Liverpool, England art rock band Deaf School turned to the Tin Pan Alley sound, not punk, as an alternative to the commercial music of the ‘70s. Let's Do This Again Next Week. English Boys/Working Girls.

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Deaf School again appeared at The Everyman Theatre Liverpool for two emotionally charged 'Goodbye To The Everyman' shows as part of the refurbishment closure events, and played the Port Eliot festival July 2011. A biography by Paul Du Noyer, Deaf School: the Non-Stop Pop Art Punk Rock Party, was published in the UK by the Liverpool University Press in October 2013, to mark the 40th anniversary of the band's formation. In 2013, Gregg Braden joined the band as permanent drummer. A full-length studio album of new material, entitled Let's Do This Again Next Week - their first for 39 years - was released in December 2017, featuing new songs written by the band in various formations. Although still a member of the band, tour commitments with Roger Waters (with whom he has collaborated for three decades) meant that Ian Ritchie was unable to contribute to the recordings.

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A1 Tap To Snooze
Written-By – Steve Allen, Steve Lindsey
A2 The Fabulous Miss Susan Jones
Written-By – Steve Allen, Steve Lindsey
A3 Top Man Top
Written-By – Clive Langer, Steve Allen
A4 Bed & Breakfast
Written-By – Anne McPherson, Steve Lindsey
A5 Bob The Lodger
Lead Vocals, Written-By – Max RippleWritten-By – Steve Lindsey
A6 The 4th Of September Street
Written-By – Steve Allen, Steve Lindsey
B1 Come On Archie
Written-By – Clive Langer, Steve Allen
B2 Skylon
Written-By – Steve Allen, Steve Lindsey
B3 Fantastic Fish
Written-By – Steve Allen, Steve Lindsey
B4 Loving You
Written-By – Clive Langer, Steve Allen
B5 Dr. Vodker
Written-By – Clive Langer, Steve Allen

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Elevate Music Productions
  • Recorded By – Deaf School
  • Recorded At – Sawmills Studio, Cornwall
  • Recorded At – Iguana Studio,Brixton

Credits

  • Bass – Mr Average
  • Drums – Gregg Braden
  • Guitar – Clive Langer
  • Keyboards – Max Ripple
  • Lead Vocals – Bette Bright, Enrico Cadillac
  • Mixed By, Mastered By – John Cornfield

Notes

Title on front cover is 'Let's Do This Again Next Week...', but simply 'Let's Do This Again Next Week' on spine.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0700461953449

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HYCA-3066 Deaf School Let's Do This Again Next Week ‎(CD, Album) Ca Va? Records, Hayabusa Landings HYCA-3066 Japan 2017