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Finn Brothers Rarities?

The Pineapple Head ·
Are there any Finn Bros rarities that we know to exist? Any links to these if possible?
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Zuf ·
Apart from the various b-sides, probably the best one to get is the Visconti version of Everyone is Here, and maybe Mary of the South Seas which getting trickier to find even though it was released on Other Enz vol.1. Of course there are a number of bootleg concerts out there as well.
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sinner62 ·
https://www.youtube.com/channe...5Or7-ffQhiLShd67bHyg Peter Green has posted early studio versions of at least 4 tracks done at Roundhead Studios 2003 from Everyone is Here, and non album tracks too! These are total gems.
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Steve Shealy ·
Mary was also on a collection of Celtic music; don't remember the name and don't know if it is still in print. Maybe I can track it down.
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Shadowman ·
Into the water from Tim’s Anthology is also half a Finn Bros song, with vocals from both Tim and Neil. And the version of throw your arms around me from the Tim Finn rarities collection. And the demo from Prodigal son. Since its a bside from the Finn bros its pretty rare I guess.
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The Pineapple Head ·
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4U9Q0eizosQ I found Mary of the South Seas here, I was aware of it.
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Jaffaman ·
Finn Brothers B sides and other rarities can be heard in The Kitchen Sink collections at http://www.neilfinn.com/music/ Videos at http://www.neilfinn.com/everyone-is-here and http://www.neilfinn.com/finn
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Enzboy ·
"Mary of the South Seas" can be found on the Common Ground album (an Irish inspired album) from 1996 (issued in Holland). There was also a 5 track promo sampler that also featured the track.
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Shadowman ·
The sound of truth is also a nice rarity.
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JimC ·
The instrumental version of Edible Flowers is really nice.
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Kiwi ·
I’ve never heard this?
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Jaffaman ·
Also known as “Don’t Rely On”, it was recorded by Tim and Neil in 1990 for the Finn Brothers album before that project was abandoned and Tim joined Crowded House. The song was rewritten and re-recorded as “Always Never Now” for Tim’s Before and After album.
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koabac ·
Thanks, Jaffman - is the "Always Never Know" still credited to both Tim and Neil on "Before & After?" OR should he, technically be credited, but decided to leave his name off it? Or was Neil never even co-credited for "Sound Of Truth?" Just curious. Thanks. Happy holidays to you and yours. xo
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Kiwi ·
Thanks for the info - appreciated! I have always liked “always never now” now I know why!
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Jaffaman ·
I don’t have Tim’s album to hand right now to check the credits but Neil sang some verses on the original, which likely means it was co-written.
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koabac ·
Thanks, Jaffa - I don't remember seeing Neil credited on Tim's version of "Always Never Know," but it's possible he/they decided to leave his name off it. I did check the wikipedia for and Neil's not credited. Maybe Tim changed it enough to warrant a credit, or maybe it was just their choice. I'd love to know the behind the scenes story. Hmmm.
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