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Rip Rig & Panic — Attitude [Expanded & Remastered] (1983, 2013)

 Rip Rig & Panic — Attitude [Expanded & Remastered] (1983, 2013)

Rip Rig & Panic Attitude [Expanded & Remastered]
Location: Bristol, England
Album release: 1983, 2013
Record Label: Virgin – 205 368/Cherry Red Records – CDMRED574
Duration:     78:01
Tracks:
01] Keep The Sharks From Your Heart     3:53
02] Sunken Love     2:57
03] Rip Open, But Oh So Long Thy Wounds Take To Heal  3:11
04] Do The Tightrope     3:20
05] Intimacy, Just Gently Shimmer     3:19
06] How That Spark Sets Me Aglow     3:29
07] Alchemy In This Cemetry     3:21
08] Beat The Beast     2:09
09] The Birth Pangs Of Spring     3:27
10] Eros; What Brings Colour Up The Stem?     4:09
11] Push Your Tiny Body As High As Your Desire Can Take You   1:29
12] Viva X Dreams/Piano Solo     7:08
13] Do The Tightrope (12” Version)     5:54
14] 1619 A Dutch Vessel Docks In The U.S.A. With 20 Humans For Sale 7:20
15] Blip This Jig It's Shamanic     0:48
16] Beat The Beast (Sob Sob I'm Gonna Jail This Hell Hole Itch)     3:40
17] Leave Your Spittle In The Pot     4:42
18] It's Always Tit For Tac You Foolish Brats     1:44
19] Do The Tightrope (Instrumental)     5:56
20] You're My Kind Of Climate (Dance Mix)     6:06
Members:
Neneh Cherry
Gareth Sager
Mark Springer
Bruce Smith
Sean Oliver
Andrea Oliver
David De Fries
Bio:
Rip Rig + Panic were a post-punk band founded in 1981, who broke up in 1983. They were named after a 1965 jazz album by Roland Kirk. They were formed by Sean Oliver (bass), Mark Springer (piano, sax, vocals), Gareth Sager (guitar, sax, keyboards, vocals) and Bruce Smith (drums, percussion) (the latter two formerly of The Pop Group) with singer Neneh Cherry. Their other members included saxophonist Flash (David Wright), singer Andrea Oliver, trumpeter David De Fries and viola-player Sarah Sarhandi.
The group strayed from more conventional post-punk, mixing avantgarde elements with jazz and led by Cherry's innovative pop/soul singing style. Their second album, I Am Cold, included a number of tracks featuring jazz trumpeter Don Cherry, who was Neneh Cherry's stepfather. They also appeared with Nico on a BBC radio session.
The band notably made a guest appearance in an episode of the British sitcom The Young Ones performing their 1982 single "You're My Kind of Climate". Rip Rig + Panic became Float Up CP in 1985, and produced the album Kill Me in the Morning. The band dissolved shortly thereafter.
Mark Springer has continued to record as a solo artist and has a number of CDs available. Sean Oliver died in 1990.
Composers:
Track 2: Rip Rig & Panic / Carole Bayer Sager / Gareth Sager
Track 4: Carole Bayer Sager
Track 7: Sean Oliver / Carole Bayer Sager / Mark Springer
Track 8: Rip Rig & Panic / Carole Bayer Sager / Gareth Sager
CREDITS:
Engineer – K. Thomas*, M. Stewart*, T. Hunt*
Performer – Andrea Hoogess*, Biffda Smith*, Flush*, D.D. Defries*, Lurid Sager*, M.P.Z. Springer*, Banana Cherry*, S. Sarahandi*, Hoog Oliver*, Stove Noble*, Woo Honeymoon
Producer – Alex Kidron, Gareth Sager
Written-By – Rip Rig & Panic
Alto Saxophone – Gareth Sager (tracks: 8, 12, 16)
Arranged By [Horns, Strings] – Gareth Sager (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 6, 10, 11, 13, 19)
Arranged By [Horns] – David DeFries (tracks: 13, 19)
Baritone Saxophone – Jez Parfitt (tracks: 20)
Bass – Sean Oliver (tracks: 1 to 4, 6 to 13, 16 to 20)
Cello – Sean Oliver (tracks: 17)
Clarinet – Gareth Sager (tracks: 1, 2)
Compiled By – John Reed
Design – Gareth Sager, Jill Mumford
Design [Reissue] – Keith Davey
Drums [Additional], Percussion [Additional] – Giles Leaman
Drums, Percussion – Bruce Smith (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 7, 9 10), Steve Noble (tracks: 4, 6, 8, 12, 13, 17, 19)
Guitar – Gareth Sager (tracks: 4, 6, 7, 9, 13, 17, 19, 20)
Harmonica – Mark Springer (3) (tracks: 10)
Lyrics By – Gareth Sager (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 6 to 8, 10, 12, 13, 19, 20)
Mandolin – Sean Oliver (tracks: 15)
Organ – Mark Springer (3) (tracks: 18)
Piano – Gareth Sager (tracks: 5, 20), Mark Springer (3) (tracks: 1 to 3, 6, 7, 10 to 14, 7, 19, 20)
Remastered By – Nick Watson
Soprano Saxophone – Mark Springer (3) (tracks: 8, 16)
Tenor Saxophone – David (Flash) Wright (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10 to 13, 19, 20)
Trombone – Alph Wait (tracks: 20)
Trumpet – David DeFries (tracks: 1, 4, 7, 8, 10, 13, 16, 17, 19, 20)
Viola – Sarah Sarahandi (tracks: 2, 4 to 8, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 19, 20)
Violin – Susan Honeymoon (tracks: 2, 4, 6, 7, 10, 13, 19)
Vocals – Andrea Oliver (tracks: 4, 12, 13), Gareth Sager (tracks: 7, 8, 12, 16), Mark Springer (3) (tracks: 4, 10, 12, 13), Neneh Cherry (tracks: 1, 2, 6 to 8, 10)
Notes:
Comes with 12-page full colour booklet with liner notes, discography and part 3 of a new interview with Rip Rig + Panic.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RipRigAndPanic
Label: http://www.cherryred.co.uk/
Discography:
Studio albums:
1981: God
1982: I Am Cold
1983: Attitude
Compilation albums:
1990: Knee Deep in Hits
Singles:
1981: "Go! Go! Go! This Is It" / "The Ultimate In Fun (Is Going To The Disco With My Baby)"
1981: "Bob Hope Takes Risks" / "Hey Mr E! A Gran Grin With A Shake Of Smile"
1982: "You're My Kind Of Climate" / "She Gets So Hungry At Night She Eats Her Jewellery"
1982: "Storm The Reality Asylum" / "Leave Your Spittle In The Pot" / "It's Always Tic For Tac You Foolish Brats"
1983: "Beat the Beast" / "1619, A Dutch Vessel Docked In The USA With 20 Humans For Sale"
1983: "Do The Tightrope" / "Blip This Jig It's Shamanic" / "Do The Tightrope (instrumental)"
Biography by John Dougan
Named after a terrific '60s jazz album by Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Rip, Rig & Panic answered the question: What happens when avant-garde post-punks collide headlong with a pop/soul singer and play a mutated form of jazz? A loosely knit collection of ex-Pop Group members (Gareth Sanger and Bruce Smith) and young stars-to-be (Neneh Cherry), Rip, Rig & Panic formed in 1980 as quintessential avant-garde bohemians. They eschewed pop for a more primal, percussive foundation (slightly reggae, slightly Afro-pop), upon which was layered free jazz blowing and honking, soulful singing, and Cecil Taylor-inspired piano mania. But, as intense as this music was, it wasn't done with a dry academic seriousness; quite the contrary, Rip, Rig & Panic were all about fun and playfulness. Even the song titles ("Constant Drudgery Is Harmful to Soul, Spirit & Health" and "Those Eskimo Women Speak Frankly") sounded more like surreal announcements than they did traditional, catchy song titles. Arguably the most likable bunch of avant-garde types ever to record music, Rip, Rig & Panic called it a day after three mostly wonderful, if somewhat inconsistent records. If your taste in music, even fringe music, is such that a strong melodic focus is necessary, than perhaps this won't be your cup of tea. However, if you don't mind a little chaos with your funk, then give this heady mix a chance; it will work its way into your heart, head, and feet. As for the members, Bruce Smith joined Public Image Ltd. for a spell, and Neneh Cherry became a huge pop star (deservedly so) with her first solo record.

Rip Rig & Panic — Attitude [Expanded & Remastered] (1983, 2013)

 

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