Just For A Day - Slowdive

Just For A Day
Named after a word in one of Nick Chaplin’s dreams not from a Siouxsie and the Banshees single Slowdive formed in Reading, England, in late 1989. The group orginally consisted of Neil Halstead (guitar/vocals), Rachel Goswell (guitar/vocals), Christian Savill (guitar), Adrian Sell (drums), and Chaplin (bass).

Formed when they were mostly in their teens, Slowdive  was initially lumped in with the remainder of the early' 90s British shoegaze scene; Slowdive's later releases extended upon the likes of the Cocteau Twins and the more atmospheric sides of post-punk, and they closed out their career with an excellent and misunderstood ambient LP.

Just for a Day is the debut album by the band Slowdive, released on September 2, 1991. It was recorded at Courtyard Studios in Abingdon, Oxfordshire formally known as Georgetown Studios. The album peaked at #3 in the UK Indie charts. Upon its release, copies of the album were labeled with a sticker that read "like a mind altering substance, without the risk."
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Disc one- Spanish Air / Celia's Dream / Catch The Breeze / Ballad Of Sister Sue / Erik's Song / Waves / Brighter / The Sadman / Primal

Disc Two - Slowdive / Avalyn I / Avalyn Ii / Morningrise / She Calls / Losing Today / Golden Hair / Shine / Albatross / Catch The Breeze Peel Session / Shine Peel Session / Golden Hair Peel Session
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Souvlaki
Slowdive's later releases extended upon the likes of the Cocteau Twins and the more atmospheric sides of post-punk, and they closed out their career with an excellent and misunderstood ambient LP. Souvlaki was released on May 17, 1993 in the UK and on February 8, 1994 in the U.S. Widely regarded as their best album, it benefits from synthesizer contributions from co-producer Brian Eno on Sing, which he co-wrote, and Here She Comes . The album's U.S. release includes the previously unreleased cover of Some Velvet Morning  - written by Lee Hazlewood and Nancy Sinatra in 1967, and three tracks from the band's 1993 5 EP, all of which feature on this edition.
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Pygmalion
Pygmalion is the final album by the band Slowdive, released on February 6, 1995. A departure from their previous two albums, Pygmalion incorporated a more experimental sound tilted towards ambient electronic music, with sparse, atmospheric arrangements. All compositions were by Neil Halstead. Lyrics on tracks Miranda and Visions of La by Rachel Goswell. The cover illustration is by acclaimed designer Steven Woodhouse. It was the final album before Slowdive disbanded in 1995, an event widely associated with the demise of shoegazing. This re-issue long out of print now has an enhanced booklet with new sleeve notes by Mojo’s Kieron Tyler. Re-mastered from original tapes, it features a whole disc of rare demos never before released on CD.

Press:-

"Inspired by drug-fuelled trips to Brixton clubnight Quirky, ‘Pygmalion’ was mainly conceived by guitarist and songwriter Neil Halstead in his west London flat – instruments are looped into infinity, while Halstead and Rachel Goswell’s vocals float in and out of the ether.”  

-Nat Cramp (NME – February 11th, 2012)

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The Shining Breeze: The Slowdive Anthology
Slowdive was an English alternative rock band that formed in 1989. The band was formed in Reading and primarily consisted of Nick Chaplin (bass), Rachel Goswell (vocals, guitar), Neil Halstead (vocals, guitar), and Christian Savill (guitar). Several drummers played with the band, including Ian McCutcheon, Adrian Sell, and Simon Scott.

Signing with Creation, Slowdive's early singles received glowing press and chart placement. Their debut single, Slowdive, thinly veiled an indebtedness to the Byrds and My Bloody Valentine, with no traceable punk influence Just after Slowdive's recording, The sleepy escapist psychedelia of both Morningrise and Holding Our Breath made significant impressions on the British indie chart.

The press dubbed them part of "The Scene That Celebrates Itself" - a small, loose, conglomerate of like-minded bands who could be seen at each other's shows, frequently hanging out together within the same circle. This "scene" included Lush, Moose, Swervedriver, Curve, and Blur.

This anthology compiled and annotated by Mojo’s Kieron Tyler is a fine stepping on point for anyone interested in the works of Slowdive. This is the first in series of releases by the band on Cherry Red…    
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