Ruby Blue - Broken Water FLAC album
Listen free to Ruby Blue – Broken Water (Easy, Stand Together and more). 14 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
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Ruby Blue was a folk pop band formed by singer Rebecca Pidgeon and guitarist Roger Fife in the 1980s. Pidgeon was a student at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. In 1986, her friend Roger Fife, a guitarist, asked her to sing on a demo tape which was then sent to Red Flame Records in London. After hearing the demo, the label signed Pidgeon and Fife and released their first album, Glances Askances.
Completing the duo with George Jeffrey (drums), Alec Kane and Martin Pavey (additional guitarists), the group released their debut album, Glances Askances (1987) on Dave Kitson’s Red Flame imprint. A fresh, spontaneous combination of pop, folk and jazz, the record showcased Pidgeon’s high, purist-folk vocals (shades of Anne Briggs and Sandy Denny) which brought a traditional feel to the proceedings.
Lyrics to "Ruby Blue" song by Roisin Murphy: You'd better stop And try to think Look what you're doing Oh, Ruby You never get to Give it a. .You never get to Give it all you got Cause you forgot To take it to the top Come On Ruby Blue. Why do you make a start With no means to go on? It's on the tip of you. uby, we used to love you truly You used to make us laugh It really was a ga. ut now you're a bore. It was you And them And me Look what you do Oh, Ruby Blue. You'd better stop And try to think Look what you're doing Oh, Ruby. In 1986, her friend Roger Fife, a guitarist, asked her to sing on a demo tape which was then sent to Red Flame Records in London Pidgeon became the lead singer of Ruby Blue, which included Anthony Coote on bass guitar, Erika Spotswood on backing vocals, and Chris Buck on drums. Woods and Fife kept the band's name, releasing the album Almost Naked 1993. The album was unsuccessful, and Ruby Blue disbanded. Woods moved to Los Angeles and married Tony Philips, the producer of Ruby Blue's Down from Above album. Fife became a producer and worked with Cyndi Lauper, Antony and the Johnsons, and Tricky.
It's a nice closer and a good reminder of what makes this record so good. When the songwriting is on, Ruby Blue seems perfect, the ultimate combination of human warmth and technological know-how.
On Parole - Ruby's Are Blue. album: Old Shoes with New Laces. Dave McKenna, Ruby Braff - Blue (And Broken Hearted). The Fleetwoods - Ruby Red Baby Blue. album: The Biggest Fan. Dick Hyman, Howard Alden, Jake Hanna, Ruby Braff, The Ruby Braff Quartet - The Blue Room. album: Red Guitar In A Blue Room. Michael LaMacchia - Ruby Blue. Little Dee, Ruby - There for You. album: Once in a Blue. Dave Mackenzie - Ruby's Rag, Tennessee Moon
|3||Away From Here|
|4||Life And Times Of The Twentieth Century|
|5||Somebody Say Something|
|10||The Ruby Blue|
|11||Too Many Suitcases|
- Written-By – R. Pidgeon*, R. Fife*
NotesA collection of singles, b-sides and unreleased tracks; the few songs here that popped up on later Fontana releases were re-recorded for those. This has the same barcode as on another Red Flame release, Hoo-Hah! by Featureman.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5021639000082>