Join Napster and play your favorite music offline. [24] The band were also said to be planning a live DVD, entitled "Dancing Horses", which also contained interviews with the band. It wasn't his fault, it was Will and Pete who were the berks really. Larkin, Colin: "The Guinness Who's Who Of Indie and New Wave Music", page 67. 49. Zimbo (Live) 16. Now re-titled More Songs to Learn and Sing, this new compilation was issued in two versions, a 17-track single CD and a 20-track version with a DVD featuring eight videos from their career. It's not like an inspiration award affecting the past, it's affecting the current music."[23]. De Freitas left the band at the start of 1986 and was replaced by former Haircut 100 drummer Mark Fox; by September, De Freitas rejoined the group. It was the band's first UK Top 40 album entry since 1999. Album Ocean Rain. By 2014 they had readied their first studio album in five years. General Comment The song is about letting go of dreams, of the depressed mood that swamps you when you realise what you really want slips away from your reach. 9.[14]. His follow-up solo album was Mysterio in 1992. For 2005's Siberia, McCulloch and Sergeant joined producer Hugh Jones for the band's most classic effort since their 1997 comeback. McCulloch has subsequently denied, on more than one occasion, that Cope had any involvement with the writing of this song. [22] In a later interview for Magnet magazine, McCulloch said "It validates everything that we've tried to achieve—cool, great timeless music. On this date in 1981, ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN were filmed in concert at the Buxton Pavillion Gardens, (Jan 17th, 1981). Watch Queue Queue Issued in spring 2001, it reflected McCulloch's dark breezy vocals and Sergeant's signature hooks. Rather than continue as Electrafixion, the trio resurrected the Echo & the Bunnymen name and released the album Evergreen (1997), which reached the UK Top 10. The band also contributed a cover version of The Doors song "People Are Strange" to The Lost Boys soundtrack. This was followed in early 1983 with their first Top 10, the more radio-friendly "The Cutter", which climbed to No. Lead singer Ian McCulloch did offer some hints in a 1983 interview with the New Musical Express: "'The Cutter' is about three different aspects of this man, The Cutter.I'm six-foot tall, so that's a clue." Ocean Rain was released that same month to great critical acclaim; peaking at number four in Britain, the record became The Bunnymen's first album to chart in the U.S. Top 100. Non-lyrical content copyright 1999-2021 SongMeanings, Javascript must be enabled for the correct page display. In 2018, Echo & the Bunnymen announced and released an album of reworked orchestral versions of older material and two new songs, entitled The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon, to mixed reception. Real Monsters cartoon series "Zimbo", a song by Echo & the Bunnymen from the 1981 album Shine So Hard; Other uses [12][13], By the time of their debut album, 1980's Crocodiles, the drum machine had been replaced by Trinidad-born Pete de Freitas. 3:52 PREVIEW 16 SONGS, 1 HOUR, 5 MINUTES ... More by Echo & The Bunnymen. McCulloch met guitarist Will Sergeant in the summer of 1978 and the pair began recording demos with a drum machine that the duo called "Echo." 15), and "The Killing Moon", a preview from the new album featuring a dramatic McCulloch vocal, which became the band's second UK Top 10 single at No. 2 in the album chart. Echo & the Bunnymen's dark, swirling fusion of gloomy post-punk and Doors-inspired psychedelia brought the group a handful of British hits in the early '80s, while attracting a cult following in the United States. Since August 2009 the group's touring incarnation has comprised McCulloch and Sergeant along with Stephen Brannan (bass), Gordy Goudie (guitar), Nicholas Kilroe (drums) and Jez Wing (keyboards). A second proper live album, 2006's Me, I'm All Smiles, captured The Bunnymen's gig at Shepherd's Bush Empire while on tour in support of Siberia. However, all was not well in the Bunnymen camp, and Pete de Freitas left the band. [14] Their next album, Heaven Up Here (1981), was an even bigger critical and commercial success, reaching the UK Top Ten (No. The following year was a quiet one for the band as they released only one new song, "Bring on the Dancing Horses," which was included on the compilation Songs to Learn & Sing. "All my colours turn to clouds" and "that box you gave me burnt nicely" clearly indicates that, as does the whole feeling of the song. Zimbo Lyrics. Noel Burke... the name says it all really doesn't it? Cope and Wylie left the group by the end of 1977, forming the Teardrop Explodes and Wah!, respectively. After working together as Electrafixion, McCulloch and Sergeant regrouped with Pattinson in 1997 and returned as Echo & the Bunnymen, before Pattinson's departure in 1998. [14], In June 1982, the Bunnymen achieved their first significant UK hit single with "The Back of Love" (No. Their 1980 debut album, Crocodiles, went into the top 20 of the UK Albums Chart. After releasing a self-titled album in 1987, McCulloch left the band and was replaced by former St. Vitus Dance singer Noel Burke. In early 2008, the band announced that they would be releasing their next album, The Fountain, as well as playing a show at Radio City Music Hall to celebrate their 30th anniversary. "Never Stop" was also used in the Alan Bennett film History Boys. The new millennium brought Echo & the Bunnymen back to the basics. The band were said to be worthy winners as they have done much to promote the Mersey music scene. Zimbo Echo & the Bunnymen. Echo And The Bunnymen • All That Jazz • Live at the Pavilion Gardens, Buxton • 17 January 1981 • It was 40 years ago today, the 17th of January 1981, that Echo And The Bunnymen played their legendary show in Buxton, which became the basis of the Shine So Hard film. In the 1982 book Liverpool Explodes!, Will Sergeant explained the origin of the band's name: .mw-parser-output .templatequote{overflow:hidden;margin:1em 0;padding:0 40px}.mw-parser-output .templatequote .templatequotecite{line-height:1.5em;text-align:left;padding-left:1.6em;margin-top:0}, We had this mate who kept suggesting all these names like The Daz Men or Glisserol and the Fan Extractors. Zimbo (live) Echo & the Bunnymen. Keen to play venues off-the-beaten-track, ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN performed a special one-off show on January 17th 1981 at … The Siberia band line up was Ian McCulloch, Will Sergeant, Paul Fleming (keyboards), Simon Finley (drums) and Pete Wilkinson (bass), Hugh Jones produced Siberia after previously engineering early Bunnymen albums. "All My Colours", by Echo And The Bunnymen. “No one else has a song like The Killing Moon, not even Bowie,” he says, with the typical immodesty that’s been a hallmark of his 35 years fronting Echo & The Bunnymen. In 1989, de Freitas was killed in a motorcycle accident. "Echo and the Bunnymen" redirects here. On 1 September 2009, former keyboard player Jake Brockman died on the Isle of Man, when his motorbike collided with a converted ambulance. "The Killing Moon" became the group's second Top Ten hit at the beginning of 1984, yet its follow-up, "Silver," didn't make it past number 30 when it was released in May. The original line-up consisted of vocalist Ian McCulloch, guitarist Will Sergeant and bassist Les Pattinson. Zimbo (transformed) Songtext von Echo & the Bunnymen mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf Songtexte.com Echo & the Bunnymen returned with new material in the summer of 1987, releasing the single "The Game" and a self-titled album. [16] Single extracts "Silver" (UK No. This was released in May 2007, on Snapper/SPV. [28], In December 2010, Echo & the Bunnymen went on tour playing their first two albums Crocodiles and Heaven Up Here in their entirety.[29]. McCulloch released his second solo album, Mysterio, in 1992. Unfortunately for the band, Ocean Rain proved to be a difficult album to follow up, and they could only re-emerge in 1985 with a single, "Bring on the Dancing Horses" (UK No. Guinness Publishing, 1992, "Echo & the Bunnymen - Biography & History - AllMusic", "Echo and The Bunnymen reviews, music, news - sputnikmusic", "Echo and the Bunnymen Get Nostalgic in New York", "Songs to Learn and Sing – Echo & the Bunnymen | Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards", "Echo and the Bunnymen interview – Chicago Tribune", "12 Things you didn't know about Echo & the Bunnymen", "The Teardrop Explodes – Zoology – Review", "Portrait of the artist: Ian McCulloch, singer", "Echo and the Bunnymen to perform classic album", "Incendiary interview Les Pattinson, part 2", "Echo & The Bunnymen sign label contract with Korova/Warners", "Ian McCulloch on How Bunnyman Turned Funnyman To Help Coldplay", "Echo & the Bunnymen: Meteorites on pledgemusic", Rip It Up and Start Again: Postpunk 1978–1984, Villiers Terrace.com The Ultimate Echo and the Bunnymen Resource, Killing Moon: The Best of Echo & the Bunnymen, (How Does It Feel to Be) On Top of the World, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Echo_%26_the_Bunnymen&oldid=997784076, Wikipedia articles with BIBSYS identifiers, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Michael Lee – drums (1996–2001; died 2008), This page was last edited on 2 January 2021, at 06:02. For educational purposes only. However, the album indicated that the group was in a musical holding pattern. Echo & the Bunnymen's dark, swirling fusion of gloomy post-punk and Doors-inspired psychedelia brought the group a handful of British hits in the early '80s, while attracting a cult following in the United States. Following a PR campaign which proclaimed it "the greatest album ever made" according to McCulloch,[15] 1984's Ocean Rain reached No. Nach mehreren Umbesetzungen besteht die Band heute im Wesentlichen aus den beiden Gründungsmitgliedern Ian McCulloch (Gitarre, Gesang) und Will Sergeant (Gitarre). Live in Liverpool, a concert disc capturing the band's two gigs at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts while on tour in support of Flowers, followed a year later. 21), and a compilation album, Songs to Learn & Sing, which made No. Echo & the Bunnymen became their biggest American hit, peaking at number 51; it was a success in England as well, reaching number four. In 2002, the group received the Q Inspiration award. Johnny Marr called them Echo and the Bogusmen when that happened.[19]. 17, following critical acclaim. Two years later, they returned with What Are You Going to Do with Your Life? In March 2007, the Bunnymen announced that they had re-signed to their original record label, Warner, and were also working on a new album. Album The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon . This did not generate much interest among fans or critics. Zimbo" Songtext von Echo & the Bunnymen mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf Songtexte.com By 1980, Pete de Freitas joined as the band's drummer. Echo & the Bunnymen are an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 1978. After signing the contract, the group discarded the drum machine, adding drummer Pete de Freitas. [7] When Wylie left, McCulloch and Cope formed the short-lived A Shallow Madness with drummer Dave Pickett and organist Paul Simpson, during which time such songs as "Read It in Books", "Robert Mitchum", "You Think It's Love" and "Spacehopper" were written by the pair. All My Colours (Zimbo) Lyrics. In a 2003 interview, McCulloch said of his replacement with Burke: I think it's pretty obvious what I think. The But no, it’s one of his own. Ocean Rain (1984), continued the band's UK chart success with its lead single "The Killing Moon" entering into the top ten. In March of 1979, the group released its first single, "Pictures on My Wall"/"Read It in Books," on the local Zoo record label. [17] Eventually released in mid-1987, the record sold well (UK No. Adding bassist Les Pattinson, the band made its live debut at the Liverpool club Eric's at the end of 1978, calling itself Echo & the Bunnymen. The lead single, "Rescue", climbed to UK No.62 and the album broke into the Top 20 at No. This early incarnation of the band featured a drum machine, assumed by many to be "Echo", though this has been denied by the band. Zimbo (live) Lyrics. [20] McCulloch and Sergeant have continued to tour and record as Echo & the Bunnymen, touring repeatedly and releasing the albums Flowers (2001), Siberia (2005), The Fountain (2009) and Meteorites (2014). The song features an Indian raga violin being played by L. Shankar, the famed ethnic Echo & the Bunnymen toured Scandinavia in April 1985, performing cover versions of songs from Television, the Rolling Stones, Talking Heads and The Doors. Watch Queue Queue. • By mid-December 1980, Echo and the Bunnymen had concluded the tour promoting their debut album “Crocodiles”. By 1980, Pete de Freitas joined as the band's drummer. In 1994, McCulloch and Sergeant began working together again under the name Electrafixion;[11] in 1997 Pattinson rejoined the duo, meaning the three surviving members of the original Bunnymen line-up were now working together again. Now firmly established as a chart act, further hits followed with a one-off single, "Never Stop" (No. I thought it was just as stupid as the rest. 30) and "Seven Seas" (UK No. Keyboardist Jake Brockman (a touring member of the band for several years previously, and a contributor to the 1987 album) was promoted to full member, and the five-piece recorded Reverberation in 1990. The live line up was Ian McCulloch, Will Sergeant, Simon Finley (drums), Paul Fleming (keyboards), Gordy Goudie (guitar) and Steve Brannan (bass). For the next few years they continued to remain active on the live circuit, most notably playing as the touring support act for a re-formed James in 2013. Brockman had played keyboards for the band during the 1980s. He went on to say that the album was, "The best one we've made, apart from Ocean Rain.". The parent album, Porcupine, hit No. Tragedy hit the band in the summer of 1989 when De Freitas was killed in an auto accident. Echo and the Bunnymen was one of them. [30] The album was produced and mixed by Youth, who also co-wrote three of the tracks and played "additional bass" on it. On 11 September 2006, Echo & the Bunnymen released an updated version of their 1985 Songs to Learn and Sing compilation. From "Heaven Up Here", 1981. Meanwhile, McCulloch released his debut solo album, Candleland in September 1989, shortly after de Freitas' death; the album reflected a new maturity influenced by the death of his late bandmate. Recordings from the tour emerged as the semi-bootleg On Strike. Their next album, the self-titled Echo & the Bunnymen (1987), was initially recorded with ex–ABC drummer David Palmer, but when de Freitas returned in 1986, it was largely re-recorded. 10), although a single lifted from the album, "A Promise", could only reach UK No. Album BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert . The single and their popular live performances led to a contract with Korova. Like many Echo & the Bunnymen lyrics, "The Cutter" is hard to decipher. Listen to Zimbo (Live) by Echo and the Bunnymen. I'm glad I did though. Late 2010 also brought a short run of equally interesting U.K. shows, when the band played both Crocodiles and Heaven Up Here live in their entirety. After former Colenso Parade singer Oscar turned down an offer to take over from McCulloch,[18] Pattinson and Sergeant recruited ex-St. Vitus Dance vocalist Noel Burke and drummer Damon Reece. Two years later, Porcupine appeared, becoming the band's biggest hit (peaking at number two on the U.K. charts) and launching the Top Ten single "The Cutter.". [25], On 11 January 2008, McCulloch was interviewed on BBC Breakfast at the start of Liverpool 08. 4), and was a small American hit, their only LP to have significant sales there. [9], In November 1978, Echo & the Bunnymen made their debut at Liverpool's Eric's Club,[10] appearing as the opening act for The Teardrop Explodes. All My Colours Lyrics: Flying / And you know I'm not coming down / You're trying / But you know you must soon go down / All my colours / Turn to clouds / All my colours / Turn to cloud / Zimbo zimbo [27] The first single from the album, "Think I Need It Too", was released on 28 September 2009. Zimbo may refer to: Arts and entertainment. Two years later, McCulloch and Sergeant formed Electrafixion, releasing their first album in 1995. Album Ocean Rain. TV Zimbo, a television network in Angola; Zimbo (film), a 1958 Bollywood film; Zimbo Trio, a Brazilian instrumental ensemble established in 1964 in São Paulo; a character in the Aaahh!!! This video is unavailable. 19). All My Colours (Zimbo) Echo & the Bunnymen. He was asked about new Bunnymen material and he revealed that a new album would coincide with their gig at the Royal Albert Hall in September. (1999), Les Pattinson quit to take care of his mother. ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN – OVER THE WALL. The Youth-produced Meteorites sessions were funded by pledgemusic.com and the album was released in the first half of that year. Jul 9, 2012 - From "Live in Liverpool" Visit http://www.bunnymen.com for purchase and other info. [11], Echo & the Bunnymen's debut single "The Pictures on My Wall" was released on Bill Drummond & David Balfe's Zoo Records in May 1979, the B-side being the McCulloch/Cope collaboration "Read It in Books" (also recorded by The Teardrop Explodes approximately six months later as the B-side of their final Zoo Records single "Treason"). Echo & the Bunnymen's most recent album of new material, entitled Meteorites, was released on 26 May 2014 in the UK, and on 3 June 2014 in the US via 429 Records. You might expect it to be something by one of his heroes – Bowie, Lou, Velvet Underground, Leonard Cohen maybe. In July 1982, they performed at the first WOMAD festival. Immediately prior to the release of the band's next album, What Are You Going to Do with Your Life? Shine So Hard, an EP released in the fall, became their first record to crack the U.K. Top 40. Their 1980 debut album, Crocodiles, went into the top 20 of the UK Albums Chart. In 1997, the duo re-teamed with Pattinson to re-form Echo & the Bunnymen, issuing the LP Evergreen. Echo and the Bunnymen – Zimbo (All My Colours) No Comments; 0 Tags; Flying And you know I'm not coming down You're trying But you know you must soon go down All my colours Turn to clouds All my colours Turn to cloud Zimbo zimbo zimbo zimbo zimbo Zimbo zimbo zimbo zimbo zimbo Zimbo zimbo zimbo zimbo zimbo Zimbo zimbo zimbo zimbo zimbo What d'you say When your heart's in pieces How … Released in the summer of 1980, their debut album, Crocodiles, reached number 17 on the U.K. charts. 4, and today is widely regarded as the band's landmark album. Echo & the Bunnymen Zimbo Lyrics. But no, I thought it was disgraceful and after that I suppose it was quite surprising that I continued working with Will after that. Echo & the Bunnymen's dark, swirling fusion of gloomy post-punk and Doors-inspired psychedelia brought the group a handful of British hits in the early '80s, while attracting a cult following in the United States. The band played one song, a 20-minute version of "Monkeys" which was entitled "I Bagsy Yours" at the time. The album was also released on the pledgemusic.com website. Echo & the Bunnymen are an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 1978. Zimbo Lyrics by Echo & the Bunnymen. Ian McCulloch began his career in 1977, as one third of the Crucial Three, a bedroom band which also featured Julian Cope and Pete Wylie. When Cope sacked McCulloch from the band,[8] A Shallow Madness changed their name to The Teardrop Explodes, and McCulloch joined forces with guitarist Will Sergeant and bass player Les Pattinson to form Echo & the Bunnymen. In the United States, the band's best-known songs were "The Killing Moon" and "Lips Like Sugar". 6 in the UK album chart. At the end of 1988, McCulloch left the band to pursue a solo career; the rest of the band decided to continue without the singer. The band has done some touring and released several albums since the late 1990s, to varying degrees of success. Zimbo Songtext von Echo & the Bunnymen mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf Songtexte.com Multicam video of Echo and the bunnymen playing all my colors live in Lisbon on 10-02-2019, @ Lisboa ao Vivo, from the "Stars the ocean & the moon" tour The Bunnymen grew out of the Crucial Three, a late-'70s trio featuring vocalist Ian McCulloch, Pete Wylie, and Julian Cope. No, that's not fair. [21] The award is for inspiring "new generations of musicians, songs and music lovers in general." McCulloch quit the band in 1988, leading to the uncertainty of the band's future, which was exacerbated when de Freitas was killed in a motorcycle accident in mid-1989. The British press touted the band's storybook flair found on 1983's Ocean Rain and figured such spark would be found on their ninth album, Flowers. For the band's self-titled album, see, Departure of McCulloch, death of de Freitas, and disbandment. Log in to add lyrics, add aliases, add genres, follow this artist & more. In the same year, McCulloch had a minor solo hit with his cover version of "September Song". Soundtracks / Top Hits / One Hit Wonders / TV Themes / Miscellaneous After releasing their second album, Heaven Up Here in 1981, the band's cult status was followed by mainstream success in the UK in 1983, when they scored a UK Top 10 hit with "The Cutter", and the album which the song came from, Porcupine, hit number 2 in the UK. McCulloch released his first solo album, Candleland, in the fall of 1989; it peaked at number 18 in the U.K. and number 159 in the U.S. Echo & the Bunnymen released Reverberation, their first album recorded without McCulloch, in 1990; it failed to make the charts. ... this song is about the moon becoming radioactive and killing everyone... All You Need Is Love (Life At Brian's Sessions). “The Cutter” is the second single released from Echo & the Bunnymen’s 1983 album Porcupine. In a 20 April 2008 interview with the Sunday Mail, Ian McCulloch announced The Fountain as the title of the new Echo & the Bunnymen album with producers John McLaughlin and Simon Perry,[26] which was originally due to be released in 2008 but was finally released on 12 October 2009. Echo & the Bunnymen ist eine britische Rockband, deren musikalischer Stil sich von einem psychedelisch gefärbten New Wave in den späten 1970er und frühen 1980er Jahren zu einem melancholischen Pop entwickelte. The original line-up consisted of vocalist Ian McCulloch, guitarist Will Sergeant and bassist Les Pattinson. 8. "Bring on the Dancing Horses" is well known as one of the songs on the soundtrack to the John Hughes film Pretty in Pink. Produced by Ian Broudie & David Lord. With the more ambitious and atmospheric Heaven Up Here (1981), the group began to gain momentum, thanks to positive reviews; it became their first U.K. Top Ten album. Echo & the Bunnymen. 16) consolidated the album's continued commercial success.

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