Lazy Line Painter Jane
|Lazy Line Painter Jane|
|EP by Belle & Sebastian|
|Released||28 July 1997|
Belle & Sebastian
|Belle & Sebastian chronology|
Lazy Line Painter Jane was Belle & Sebastian's second EP, released in 1997 on Jeepster Records. The title track features guest vocalist Monica Queen and was recorded in a church hall. "A Century of Elvis" features bassist Stuart David reading out a story he had written, over music by the band. The backing music from that track was later used on "A Century of Fakers" from 3.. 6.. 9 Seconds of Light. The front cover features Thea Martin holding Reason and Reality: The Relationship Between Science and Theology by John Polkinghorne. The EP was later re-packaged as part of the Lazy Line Painter Jane box-set, and all four tracks were collected on the Push Barman to Open Old Wounds compilation. The EP narrowly missed out on a top 40 placing in the UK singles chart, reaching #41.
All songs written and composed by Belle & Sebastian.
|1.||"Lazy Line Painter Jane"||5:50|
|2.||"You Made Me Forget My Dreams"||3:52|
|4.||"A Century of Elvis"||4:29|
- CD (JPRCDS002)
- 12" vinyl (JPR12002)
- 7" vinyl (JPR7002)
- Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. Belle & Sebastian: Lazy Line Painter Jane > Review at AllMusic. Retrieved 20 August 2011.