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Where Were We? foams with the effervescence of summer, yet it's lightly soured with the melancholy of slipping into autumn. The lads get girls and lose them; they have a pleasant evening at the pub, but the local football team loses a match. It's an album- hey, a life- of light highs and okay lows. And did I mention that the weather's great? This Australian trio follows a tradition going back to Chad & Jeremy in the 60s, singing "A Summer Song" to your mom on her 45 player. Happy Secret is the only other Lucksmiths album I've spent time with and it's much subtler- even recommended, if this sounds like your kind of warm-weather driving music. But Where Were We? is strictly for the fans, and it's too bad that a band this obscure would take a chance on releasing it.
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The Lucksmiths were formed in March 1993 in Melbourne as an indie pop band by guitarist Marty Donald, bass player Mark Monnone, and drummer-vocalist Tali White, who were all high school friends. Both Donald and Monnone were members of a school boys band, The Buzzards, "sharing a love for the Cowboy Junkies, The Rolling Stones. In March–April 1995 the Lucksmiths worked on their second studio album, The Green Bicycle Case, at Happy Valley studios, North Fitzroy with Mark Adams recording. It appeared in the following July, which Raggett felt "again showcases the band's virtue for getting things done without wasting time – 12 songs in just over half an hour, nearly all of them winners.
This song is by The Lucksmiths and appears on the album Where Were We? (2002)
The Lucksmiths were an influential indiepop band from Melbourne, Australia which formed in 1993. The members are Martin 'Marty' Donald (Guitar), Taliesyn 'Tali' White (Vocals, Drums), and Mark 'Marky' Monnone (Bass) and in 2004 they acquired Mid State Orange's guitarist Louis Richter on second guitar. Whilst originating from beach-side Melbourne, the original three members of The Lucksmiths moved to inner Melbourne and fell in love with its charms.
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Melbourne, Australia. 1993-2009 Marty Donald: guitar Mark Monnone: bass Louis Richter: guitar Tali White: vocals, drums.
The Lucksmiths - Tmrw vs Y& Lyrics. When it's hot the whole town goes to the swimming pool When it's not the whole town stays inside Walk past the war memorial Towards the wate. Artist: The Lucksmiths. Album: Where Were We? Genre: Rock. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||The Cassingle Revival
Guitar [Slide] – J. Walker Organ – Darren Hanlon
Melodica – Mark MonnonePiano – Darren Hanlon
|3||A Downside To The Upstairs
Harmonica – Tali WhiteVocals – Pam Berry
|4||Can't Belive My Eyes|
|5||I Prefer The Twentieth Century
Keyboards, Organ – Tali White
|7||Tmrw Vs Y'day
Vibraphone – Tali White
Organ – Darren Hanlon
Drums – Mark MonnoneOrgan, Guitar – Jennifer BaronTrumpet, Vocals – Gary OlsonVocals – Sasha Bell
|10||The Great Dividing Range (Demo)|
Banjo – Marty DonaldOrgan, Drums – Mark MonnoneTemple Bells – Marty Brown
- Bass, Guitar – Mark Monnone
- Vocals, Drums – Tali White
- Vocals, Guitar – Marty Donald
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 656613710524
- Matrix / Runout: DISC MAKERS 02020354 MATCD019
|CAN2521||The Lucksmiths||Where Were We? (CD, Comp)||Candle Records||CAN2521||Australia||2002|
|FPOP39||The Lucksmiths||Where Were We? (CD, Comp)||Fortuna Pop!||FPOP39||UK||2002|
|none||The Lucksmiths||Where Were We? (14xFile, MP3, Comp, VBR)||Not On Label||none||Australia||Unknown|
|L&L032||The Lucksmiths||Where Were We? (CD, Comp, RE)||Lost & Lonesome||L&L032||Australia||2007|
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Genre: Rock / Pop
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