Monday, December 17, 2007

Can't Get Used To Just In One Day

Bombast, doncha just love it? U2, Simple Minds, Silent Running (coming soon, folks!), Hambi & The Dance... Hambi & the who?

Hambi Charalambous (apparently) was - or is... oh who cares I can't be bothered again. The thing about this blogging stuff is that when you're in the mood it's fun but when you're not, but feel you *ought* to post something, it's a pain in the a***.

Bombastic Liverpudlian power pop. Wonderful stuff - turn it way up and wallow in the self-inportance.

Hambi And The Dance - Heartache (1982)

01 - Time After Time
02 - Living In A Heartache
03 - Madelaine
04 - L'Image Craquee
05 - Spirits
06 - The World
07 - Dancing Inside You
08 - Major Major
09 - Too Late To Fly The Flag
10 - Standing In The Rain


Anonymous Anonymous said...

could you repost the live/demos of miracle legion please? great site*

1:21 am  
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8:55 am  
Blogger See Me Repeat Me said...

OMG, yay, Hambi & The Dance! "Too Late To Fly The Flag" is one of my favorite songs from the '80s. H&TD came from the some psychedelic wave scene as Echo & The Bunnymen and, well, virtually every other NW band from Liverpool. And Hambi himself was of Greek extraction. Just in case that last name didn't tip you off on that.

4:34 am  
Blogger Gumby said...

Great to see you back! I looked at your old postings again and after seeing Tasavallan Presidentti's "Lambertland" here, thought you might be interested in my blog FinnArctic. I upload all kinds of Finnish music. At the moment there's mainly progressive rock there, all the Tasavallan Presidentti albums are there for instance. I'll cover other genres in due time. Take a look whenever you have time!


2:58 pm  
Anonymous Manila said...

A little late but I hope you've been having a great christmas, Witchseason. Thanks for all the fabulous shares over the last year. All the best for 2008.

2:36 pm  
Blogger GeoX said...

Cool. Thanks for this craziness.

6:44 pm  
Anonymous simon said...

thank you for the excellent blog and content and generosity of spirit. thanks too for the links - one short step to much more excellent stuff.

11:34 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i think blogging is a pain in the *** for you since i see two posts in 3 months, check out THTM two to three a day. this is not meant to criticize your blog, you post some nice stuff, just not often enough

8:06 pm  
Anonymous Manila said...

Ignore the last gripe (as I'm sure you will!). Hope the job's going well. All the best.

8:33 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for hambi!

silent running would be great, i spent literally 2 weeks to find this song for a user who did not know where he got his snippet from!
Well, because I also wanted to know what it is! I have found "No Faith Is Blind", now I'm missing the album!

keep up your good work!

6:43 am  

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