Listen to music from Jamie Wednesday like Vote For Love. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Jamie Wednesday. Jamie Wednesday were a British 1980's jangle-pop band, formed in Streatham, South London in 1984, that released eight songs on two records between 1985 and 1986. At first they were called The Ballpoints and then Dead Clergy before settling on Jamie Wednesday. The band consisted of James "Jim Bob" Morrison (acoustic guitar, lead vocals), Les Carter (bass guitar, backing vocals), Dean Leggett (Drums and percussion), Lindsey Lowe (Trumpet), Simon Henry (Saxophone).
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Jamie Wednesday were a British 1980s jangle pop band, formed in Streatham, South London in 1984, that released eight songs on two records between 1985 and 1986. Previously they had been called The Ballpoints, and then they became Peter Pan's Playground, later deciding on the name Jamie Wednesday. The band consisted of: James Morrison - acoustic guitar, lead vocals. Fruitbat - bass guitar, backing vocals. Dean Leggett - Drums and percussion. Lindsey Lowe - Trumpet. Simon Henry - Saxophone.
Jamie Wednesday recorded and released two EPs, and contributed to two compilations on the Pink Records label, but they never sold well and the band remained virtually unknown. Jamie Wednesday are indirectly responsible for the name of the band Pop Will Eat Itself, when an article about Jamie Wednesday in the NME, written by David Quantick, mentioned that pop music is ever-recycling its ideas and that eventually, 'pop will eat itself' . They also contributed two tracks to the Pink Label compilation album, Beauty.
Jamie xx album bestography. Higher ranked This album (780th) Lower ranked - In Colour -. Members who like this album also like: Carrie & Lowell by Sufjan Stevens, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy by Kanye West and Lonerism by Tame Impala. No bad tracks on the album, but nothing too outstanding to make it known as one of the best albums ever. This is a genre of music that I usually love, dance music that expands beyond just four-to-the-floor thinking, but I just couldn't get into this album at all. May revisit later, but for now it'll remain as a slight disappointment given all the hype I'd heard.
On Wednesday, Jamie Foxx was invited to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in celebration of the release of his new album Hollywood: A Story Of A Dozen. When he took the studio stage, he brought song collaborator Kid Ink with him to perform Baby’s In Love. On top of the stellar performances, Foxx also entertained the crowd by doing hilariously accurate impressions of artists like John Legend and more. Watch the videos below.
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|Pinky6||Jamie Wednesday||Vote For Love (12", EP, TP)||The Pink Label||Pinky6||UK||1985|