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URCHIN /NWOBHM
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Urchin - Get Up and Get Out

Label : High Roller Records
Year : 2012
NWOBHM
UK

Encoder : FLAC 1.2.1 Bitrate : 787kbps
Playtime : 33:46 min Size : 189,80 MB

Tracks

01 Madman 04:09
02 Need Somebody 03:37
03 Get Up and Get Out 03:49
04 Little Girl 04:57
05 Countdown 03:27
06 Lifetime 05:08
07 Dont Ask Me 03:51
08 Suicide 04:48

Notes

The East of London is the spiritual home of football
and music. Think of the mighty West Ham United F.C
And think of Iron Maiden (or the Cockney Rejects for
that matter). But quite obviously for every success
story, there is also a sad tale of missed
opportunities. Take Cock Sparrer for example, they
could have been the true Sex Pistols. It wasn't to
be. Malcolm MacLaren visited them in their dingy
rehearsal room and as he wasn't prepared to buy the
band a round at the pub after the work had been done
the lads told him to sod off

So what about Urchin? With Adrian Smith achieving
great things with Iron Maiden it's not quite right
to talk about the band as not being a success (at
least for Adrian). But what could have been ? Would
they be where Iron Maiden is now, had EMI signed
them in the late 1970's instead of Steve Harris
lot? Urchin manager Graham Sclater chooses his words
carefully: Dare I say that Urchin could have been
as successful but more mainstream due to their great
songs? As far as Im aware Iron Maiden signed to EMI
in America and that in my opinion was how they
managed to beat the English Rock music scene being
turned upside down by Punk and New Wave

It's common knowledge that Urchin inked a deal with
DJM Records (and recorded two singles for them
However, there was never really talk of Urchin
writing a full-length album for the label: No, I
had a number of meetings with Stephen James at DJM
Records and although they had already released two
Urchin singles he didnt see a large enough market
for an album. The main reason was that Punk was
getting a lot of coverage and Rock was seen to be in
decline: very sad but understandable at that time
Only a few Rock bands continued to work and although
Urchin and Iron Maiden continued to gig, sometimes
at the same clubs and pubs on the same bill, it
became incredibly difficult to get radio play, press
coverage and Rock gigs were harder to get. There
were offers from other record companies as well
knows Graham Sclater: We did have offers of
recording contracts from two independent production
companies but for many reasons, mostly the recording
costs and nerves about getting airplay and media
coverage, they failed to get as far as recording an
album. With hindsight I should have recorded Urchin
myself

With Adrian Smith joining Iron Maiden and also
releasing his own solo albums under the ASAP moniker
it always appears as if Urchin has been his band all
along. This certainly seems to be a
misrepresentation: I really believe that Urchin was
a band in every sense of the word and all members
contributed in some way to the music and the songs
they wrote and performed. Ive been told by the
other band members that Adrian really liked the
vinyl album as they all did. For me its wonderful
to see their music getting the exposure it so
rightly deserves after so many years

At the time Urchin was definitely a popular live act
not only in the East End of London. Graham Sclater
recounts: When I was managing Urchin they played
more than 250 gigs each year, all over England in
clubs, pubs, colleges, American bases and a tour of
Holland, which included clubs, festivals and
American bases. Unfortunately, however, fans don't
need to hold their breath hoping for a proper live
album: I have heard a very poor live recording made
by a fan at the Corn Dolly Oxford but the songs are
almost indistinguishable. For much of the recording
the crowd is louder than Urchin

The retrospective self-titled Urchin album on High
Roller Records was a huge success. The band
(including Adrian Smith) liked it very much: I was
very pleased with the packaging and presentation of
the first vinyl album and so were the band. We were
fortunate in being able to get together a lot of
background information to make it interesting for
Urchin fans old and new

Following the debut album High Roller Records is
proud to announce its successor entitled "Get up and
get out". Graham Sclater knows more about the
origins of the material: The album title relates to
the title of one of the songs and I suppose it
literally means, 'get up and get out of your current
life, conditions, situation, friendship or work.' As
the lyric goes on to say 'Ive had enough of this
place.' Nothing more than that. There are six
unreleased numbers on the album, namely 'Madman',
'Need somebody', 'Get up and get out', 'Little
Girl', 'Don't ask me' and 'Suicide'. These songs, as
before, were recorded live and in one take, in the
basement during band rehearsals at varying times
whilst I was managing them. The demos were recorded
for me to play to record companies and promoters. At
the time they surpassed other Rock recordings made
in that way and created a great deal of interest but
unfortunately Rock wasnt in vogue at that time. As
far as Im aware these are the last recordings
available from the full band and I dont believe
there will be a third release. I did have other
Urchin recordings but the tapes have disintegrated
due to age and cant be restored

Secretly I had hoped that Graham would be able solve
the mystery around the question of whether Adrian's
old school pal, no other than Dave Murray, is
playing on any of the two official Urchin singles
However, my hope was in vain as the band's manager
points out: The records were released before my
involvement with Urchin but I understand he played
on at least of the singles

When I talked to Steve Harris quite some years ago,
he did not rule out the scenario of an ultimately
final Iron Maiden show involving all high profile
former Maiden members (including Paul Di'Anno,
Dennis Stratton, Thunderstick and Paul Mario Day
That said, Steve would certainly have nothing
against a one-off Urchin live reformation (possibly
at one of the bigger festivals). Maybe it is only
down to Graham Sclater to re-unite Adrian with his
former band mates: Anything is possible and it
would be great to see and hear them on stage again
I see no reason why Steve Harris would object to
that as Adrian has played with other bands during
his time with Iron Maiden

http://www.hrrecords.de/highroller/sites/releasede
tail.php?id=235
L E T . T H E . P A G A N . W A R . B E G I N

Line-up Actual

Barry Tyler : Bateria
Dave Murray : Guitarra /Iron Maiden, Psycho Motel
Adrian Smith : Vocais, Guitarra /Iron Maiden, ASAP, Psycho Motel, Bruce Dickinson
Andy Barnett : Guitarra /ASAP, Metal Mirror
Alan Levitt : Baixo /Berlyn


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Urchin - Get Up And Get Out

Year: 2012
Style: Heard Rock/Heavy Metal
Country: UK
Format: flac (image+cue)
Size: 197 Mb


Line-Up:
Adrian Smith - Guitar & Lead Vocals
Andy Barnett - Guitar & Backing Vocals
Alan Levett - Bass & Backing Vocals
Barry Tyler - Drums
Richard (Dick) Young - Keyboards on “Lifetime”

Tracklist:
1. Madman 4:10
2. Need Somebody 3:43
3. Get Up And Get Out 3:50
4. Little Girl 4:57
5. Countdown 3:31
6. Lifetime 5:09
7. Don't Ask Me 3:55
8. Suicide 4:49


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Urchin - High Roller

Compilation 1979-1980
Год: 2004
Страна: UK
Стиль: NWOBHM

Tracklist
Keeping It Mellow
Life In The City
Watch Me Walk Away
Countdown
Lifetime
The Late Show
My Lady
Animals
Продолжительность: 40:05

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Группа Adrian Smith`a до Iron Maiden
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Я далеко и близко, как ни странно...
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