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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

In2FINN2 ·
@Lance LaSalle Great post
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

Wazymodo ·
Many thanks for this and enjoying the Steve Hoffman threads. I have a listing of “Sound of Truth” and “I can’ Stand it” from the Woodface era. Any ideas? Dylan
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

Lance LaSalle ·
I've heard of "Sound of Truth": an early version of "Always Never Now." But I've never heard it. I've never heard of "I Can't Stand It." Would love to hear both of those. However, At any rate, I'm fairly certain they've never been released officially in any form and thus have been left off this list.
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Camus ·
There is a recording of Sound of Truth 'out there' but IIRC it's a recording of a playback so not the greatest recording.
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Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

Lance LaSalle ·
Although Tim Finn has no convenient Kitchen Sink collections like that which Neil Finn (and Jaffaman) have generously provided to us fans, this is a list is meant to collate various Tim Finn or Tim Finn associated songs that have been released here and there in various forms in chronological. Due to the fact that there are no deluxe editions of Tim Finn albums as there are of Crowded House, this list of odds and sods is quite a bit longer than Neil's. I've also included prominent guest spots...
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

Lance LaSalle ·
I've revised this slightly. 1978: They Won't Let My Girlfriend Talk To Me( demo, released on Other Enz) Remote Control (Phil Manzanera) Cuban Crisis(Phil Manzanera Hot Spot (Phil Manzanera -- vocals only) Slow Motion TV (Phil Manzanera--vocals only) Message Boy ( 1979 Split Enz B-side, later released on Rootin' Tootin' Luton Tapes) Semi-Detached (1979 B-side, later released on Rear En z and Rootin' Tootin' Luton Tapes) Hyptnotised (Split Enz, 1980 B-side, later released on Rootin' Tootin'...
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

David Goldsmith ·
Great list Lance. Just looking at the Split Enz era tracks, you could add "Jolted" (from "Oddz & Enz") and "Murder" and "Something To Do" (both live from "I Like It Rare" series). Possibly also "Merry Christmas From The Frenz Of The Enz". Also "Hermit McDermit" (7") and "Mind Over Matter " (A&M "Frenzy") were earlier releases of Luton versions. Plenty of live versions of otherwise released tracks left off, but you may not have wanted to include these. "Another Great Divide" was...
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Re: Tim Finn Kitchen Sink: a chronological reference guide

Lance LaSalle ·
YOu're right, I have missed those. I did deliberately leave off the live B-sides (for now). I'll probably redo this at some later point to include them. I did a list for Neil, too, and as we all know, there are so many live B-sides with Crowded House, I was a bit daunted at the work so when I feel ready to tackle that I'll do both of them.
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