Songs For A Nervous World (Album). The above discography's somewhat incomplete. Their last album in the early '90s, Songs For A Nervous World, isn't here, and neither is their 7" picture disc for their remake of "Falling In Love Again" nor the 12" single by them that came with the music business board game Steve Fairnie developed, Hype. Nor, for that matter, their album a n d single/s as Technostalgia and The Techno Twins. I met Fairnie at a music festival in Illinois not long before he died. He and his wife and quite underrated as pop musicians, I'd say. Rispondi Avvertimi 2 Helpful.
The album Technostalgia followed, and in 1985, as The Technos, Foreign Land-produced, amongst others, by Anne Dudley of Art of Noise-was issued to critical acclaim but minimal sales. In August 1985, the Technos performed their last-ever live show at the Greenbelt festival, an annual Christian event with which they had been heavily involved from its inception more than a. decade earlier. After a three-year hiatus, the Technos' final album Songs for a Nervous World was released. 1988: The Technos - Songs for a Nervous World. 1975: Houseworks - Home Is Where the Art Is - exhibition, London (with Mark Dunhill).
1988: The Technos - Songs For A Nervous World. Art. 1975: Houseworks - Home Is Where The Art Is exhibition, London (with Mark Dunhill). National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, . National Library of. Medicine, National Institutes of Health (NIH), . Other nominees included sculptor Richard Deacon, graphic-styled collaborative duo Gilbert & George, abstract painter Howard Hodgkin, Howard Hodgkin is awarded the Turner Prize for A Small Thing But My Own. 3. Tony Cragg – Sir Anthony Douglas Cragg, CBE, RA is a British sculptor.
Songs for a New World is a work of musical theatre written and composed by Jason Robert Brown. This was Jason Robert Brown's first produced show, originally produced Off-Broadway at the WPA Theatre in 1995. Brown and director Daisy Prince put together songs he had written for other venues and events, resulting in "neither musical play nor revue, it is closer to a theatrical song cycle, a very theatrical song cycle.
The Technos were a highly sophisticated tribe which specialised in technology. They truly believe that they are benefiting all those who live in the City by restoring electricity, food and water, and all for just some co-operative labor on the citizens part.
|A1||Friends & Frontiers|
|A2||Dare To Dance|
|A3||Share Food Like The Bees|
|A4||Beat The Wings|
|B1||Half A Story|
|B2||War: One Voice|
|B4||Walk Into The Light|
|B5||What You Believe|
- Recorded At – Grand Slam Studios
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Refuge Records
- Copyright (c) – Refuge Records
- Distributed By – Mainroads Music Inc
- Backing Vocals – Bev Sage, Carolyn Nieto, Cynthia Rizas, Martin Bass, Steve Fairnie
- Drums – David Prater
- Engineer – Doug Oberkirker*
- Engineer [Assistant] – Dan Rudin
- Guitar – Ronnie Drayton*
- Keyboards, Arranged By – George Small
- Photography By – David Rose
- Producer – Joey Powers
- Saxophone [Sax] – Sydell Carter
Notes℗ © 1988 Refuge Records, a division of Refuge Music Group.
Made in Canada.
Black cassette with silver text housed in a multi window J-card.
Track durations are not printed on this release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 3054-70698-4 0
- Other (Moulded Into Cassette Shell): CANADA
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