Cemetery In the Rain

Yeah in Philly, 24/03/87. My notes say it had a full vinyl release (King Biscuit Flower Hour) and then a CD release with about half the songs on, and some Squeeze songs, in 2001. I'm pretty new to the being a hardcore/collector type fan so if the download release was a while back then I would've missed it...

...Just did a quick search, and it's all here to listen too:

http://www.wolfgangsvault.com/...o-march-24-1987.html

Just have to sign up for the website. Big thanks Painaporo, always been intrigued by this show and had no idea it was readily available! Big Grin Looking forward to the next hour of listening!

Sorry for veering so off-topic!
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Originally posted by mattl:
Since the band broke up in 1996, are you saying that, during the CH-Mark I era, there simply weren't a lot of studio-recorded outtakes?
mattl
Yes. Not as many as I'd expected. Just because they played something live, it doesn't necessarily mean there'll be a studio version on tape, or even a demo. But there are some real treasures in those archives. Some still to be discovered, probably.

There was a request for an update on this. Sadly, we had to cull the number of tracks for the Woodface bonus disc and Tim didn't want any of his non-Woodface songs on there. The home demo and studio recording of "Cemetery In The Rain" will have to wait for another day.

Jaffaman posted:

There was a request for an update on this. Sadly, we had to cull the number of tracks for the Woodface bonus disc and Tim didn't want any of his non-Woodface songs on there. The home demo and studio recording of "Cemetery In The Rain" will have to wait for another day.

So, hands up.  Who wants to see a deluxe reissue of the first Finn Brothers record with all these demos, outtakes, and maybe some live tracks?  Sounds like that would be the perfect vehicle for "Cemetery" and more.

Jaffaman, after all the time and energy you put into the CH reissues, I'm sure the last thing you want to do is dive into another similar project.  But, on the other hand, I would assume at least some of the archival and research work is done.

mattl

If there's ever a deluxe edition of Finn, I'd love to work on it. Don't get your hopes up though. I think it's owned by Warner Music in most of the world and another label in the US and might not register on their radar like Crowded House did with Universal.

I'll have a chat with Neil and Tim sometime and see if there's a way we can share "Cemetery in the Rain" on The Kitchen Sink. One or both might prefer to hold onto it in case there's a proper release.

I'd love to see all those re-issued as deluxe versions and some vinyl issued too. 

Jaffaman, is there much or even anything from the 1994/1995 Finn sessions that did not make the final 11 tracks on Finn? I've often wondered if one or 2 things that made Try Whistling This were demo'ed or tried out back then or are there completely different takes of some songs?

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