The Bloomsbury Theatre 12.3.95

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The Bloomsbury Theatre 12.3.95
Live album by Tindersticks
Released 23 October 1995
Recorded 12 March 1995,
Bloomsbury Theatre, London
Label This Way Up
Tindersticks chronology
Tindersticks
(1995)
The Bloomsbury Theatre 12.3.95
(1995)
Nénette et Boni (soundtrack)
(1996)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

The Bloomsbury Theatre 12.3.95 is a live album by British band Tindersticks, released in October 1995 on both CD and double 10-inch vinyl. The CD was limited to 10000 copies and the vinyl to 8000 copies.[2] Due to an error in production, the CD version has become rarer than the vinyl format. The album reached no. 32 in the UK album charts.[3]

The album was reissued in 2004 as the second disc on the remastered edition of the second Tindersticks album Tindersticks, minus the bonus track "My Sister" which had only appeared on the vinyl version.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "El Diablo en el Ojo" – 3:38
  2. "A Night In" – 6:42
  3. "Talk To Me" – 5:05
  4. "She's Gone" – 3:47
  5. "My Sister" (vinyl only)
  6. "No More Affairs" – 4:03
  7. "City Sickness" – 3:58
  8. "Vertrauen II" – 3:03
  9. "Sleepy Song" – 4:27
  10. "Jism" – 6:14
  11. "Drunk Tank" – 4:34
  12. "Mistakes" – 5:34
  13. "Tiny Tears" – 5:54
  14. "Raindrops" – 6:57
  15. "For Those..." – 5:07

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Terry Edwards – trumpet and baritone saxophone
  • Mike Kearsey – trombine, trumpet and French horn
  • Tris Williams – percussion
  • Orchestra conducted by Rosie Lindsell:
    • Violins – Lucy Wilkins, Calina de la Mare, Charles Nancarrow, Simon Bags, Craig Stratton, Natalia Bonner, Caroline Luckhurst, Christina Taylor, Susannah Marsden, Nia Bevan, Vic Evans, Dmitri van Zwanenberg, Beccy Doe and Sian McInally
    • Violas – Ann Child, Tim Siddal, Fiona Griffiths, Emily Frith, Rob Spriggs and Mike Briggs
    • Cellos – Sarah Willson, Helen Thomas, Will Burrows and Ben Chappell

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. Tindersticks: The Bloomsbury Theatre 12.3.95 > Review at AllMusic
  2. ^ Tindersticks discography
  3. ^ "Tindersticks". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 4 March 2013.