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Waifs of three years Printed for private circulation by James Reddie Anderson

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Published by G. Richardson in Glasgow .
Written in English


Book details:

The Physical Object
Pagination72 p.
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24173086M
OCLC/WorldCa13279573

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The three mainstays of The Waifs hadn’t seen much of each other since touring on the back of their last album, ’s Temptation. The reunion called for a break with tradition. Instead of writing separately, the formula that has served them so well for almost 20 years, it was time for total collaboration. Beautiful You, the seventh studio LP by Australian expats the Waifs, finds the group's core trio reunited after a four-year decades into their career, sisters Donna Simpson and Vikki Thorn and co-bandleader Josh Cunningham all found themselves living in the U.S., yet miles apart geographically and uncertain whether or not they had any real desire to carry : Compass Records. Although known for years as one of Australia's best folk-pop bands around, the Waifs slowly but surely made inroads in North America with albums such as Sink or Swim and Up All two-disc collection of live performances, A Brief History, shows the band at the top of their game while liberally choosing tracks from all their g things off is the swinging, jazzy crowd pleaser 5/5(1). But it failed Waifs diva Donna Simpson four years ago when she lugged suitcases down a crowded New York street to famed Penn Station and missed a train to Boston. "Donna didn't get lost, she decided to go for a little wander three minutes before our train was called," little sister Vikki told Nu Country on the eve of their St Kilda Palais.

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