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The Wrens were a woefully under-recorded doo wop group from the Morrisania section of the Bronx led by singer Bobby Mansfield, and this disc represents their complete recorded legacy. Counting unreleased material and alternate takes, the group recorded 14 tracks for George Goldner's Rama and Gee labels between 1954 and 1956, after which the group simply evaporated. The Wrens had a somewhat harder R&B edge than many of their genre contemporaries, and why they didn't generate more success is due more to shortsighted marketing than any defect in the group's talent.
The Wrens are an American indie rock band from New Jersey. The group consists of Charles Bissell (guitar/vocals), brothers Greg Whelan (guitar) and Kevin Whelan (bass/vocals), and Jerry MacDonald (drums). They have released three albums so far, although a combination of problems with their former record label and having to fit in writing and recording with the daily pressures of home life and full-time jobs means that only one album has been released since 1996
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the-wrens, Ithaca, Greece. Keeping Folks Waiting. It’s funny, one of the many little rule/maxims I’ve made for myself over the years is "if you have to ask, the answer is ‘no’, meaning if you have to ask yourself if something is good/finished etc. the answer is no 'cause when it is, it just feels right, you just know. Right now I’m final-mixing Kevin’s finest five minutes.
The Wrens are now old enough to be considered indie rock's elder statesmen (their ages range from 33 to 40), and in trading the adolescent kick of Secaucus for ripened resignation, meticulous refinement for crippling maturation, they have realized their magnum opus- the only album to eclipse Broken Social Scene's staggering You Forgot It in People on.
As it happens, the Wrens were wondering that too. This is the story of The Meadowlands, the classic album that resulted from that weird and difficult passage, and the even stranger aftermath. Today is the 10th anniversary of the release of The Meadowlands - it finally first saw the light of day on September 9, 2003. A decade after the fact, the sounds, circumstances and eventual triumph of The Meadowlands remains a story as quizzical as it feels compelling. The Meadowlands promises no such catharsis - the demons are present and never going away. Best hope is they don’t fuck with you anymore than is absolutely necessary or appropriate. You can drink and you can drug, and The Meadowlands features plenty of both, but never entertains the illusion that excess provides any real relief.
The Wrens were one of the best of the dozens of R&B vocal groups who recorded in the mid- to late '50s for George Goldner, signed to his Rama and Gee labels in the wake of his success with "Gee" by the Crows. Lead singer Bobby Mansfield, George Magnezid (tenor), Francis "Frenchie" Concepcion (tenor), and James "Archie" Archer (bass) first started singing together in 1954 at a community center in the Bronx, NY. There they were spotted by Fred Johnson, a promoter who organized local talent shows, and he offered to manage the quartet
|1||Come Back My Love|
|3||What Makes You Do The Things You Do|
|4||She's My Everything|
|6||C'est La Vie|
|7||Love's Somthing That's Made For Two (previously Unreleased)|
|9||Beggin' For Love|
|10||Love's Somthing That's Made For Two|
|11||House Of Cards|
|13||Serenade Of The Bells|
|14||I Won't Come To Your Wedding|