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8 thoughts on “ McAlmont & Butler - The Yes Recordings (Vinyl) ”

  1. Combining Butler's songwriting and classic guitar style with McAlmont's silky vocals and some great orchestration, this album is really good. The one weak track on here is You'll Lose a Good Thing. However, the standouts are numerous, including Yes, You Do, Disappointment, and The Debitor/5(27).
  2. from the original tapes, presented on gram gold vinyl. On its initial release in , ‘The Sound of McAlmont & Butler’ offered something completely different and refreshing to a country caught up in the mid-Nineties world of Brit Pop – McAlmont’s falsetto vocals effortlessly finding comfort in Butler’s intricate arrangements.
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  4. In early , Bernard Butler started searching for someone to sing a new composition of his. After some false starts, he was paired with David McAlmont, and they recorded the instant classic “Yes”, a number 8 hit in May that year. Follow-up single “You Do” went Top 20, and the album followed in .
  5. Label: Hut Recordings - HUTCD 53,Virgin - 8 2 6 • Format: CD Single • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock McAlmont & Butler - Yes (, CD) | Discogs Explore5/5.
  6. The complete works of David McAlmont and Bernard Butler's stormy, short-lived collaboration are collected on The Sound of McAlmont & glycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.coinfoing all the duo's songs including their two singles, "Yes" and "You Do," the disc illustrates why the collaboration didn't last more than a few months in
  7. mp3: McAlmont & Butler – Yes (edit) mp3: McAlmont & Butler – Don’t Call It Soul mp3: McAlmont & Butler – How About You? Put it all together and it is a fairly stunning way to introduce yourself to the record buying public and to stick two fingers up at your former bands. Enjoy.
  8. McAlmont & Butler will be playing a tiny one off next month in London to round off The End Festival in London. The show is at The Kings Head pub London N8, in the basement cellar on November 24th. We will be playing with our friends The Magic Numbers and Ren Harvieu.

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