Wa-Hi tracksters splash to wins at Richland
Geoffrey Robinson, Richland, 38-10.50; 10. Brian Dean, Richland, 37-07.00; 11. Caden Glaze, Richland, 37-06.00; 12. Tyler Neissl .. Alyssa Horne, Richland, 30-03.50; 7. Alicia Newcomb, Walla Walla, 27-06.50; 8. Mina Wangsgaard, Richland, 27-00.00; 9.
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Personnel: Lizzy Mercier Descloux (vocals, background vocals); Greg Jiritano (guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar); Stuart Gordon (violin, viola, cello); Kim Burton (accordion); Constanza Burg (bass clarinet); Tim Sanders (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Bernie Clarke (piano, organ, keyboards); Julian Lindsay (keyboards); Bruce Smith (drums); Geoffrey Scantlebury (percussion); Marilyn Davis, Sandy McLelland (background vocals). Audio Mixer: John Brand. Audio Remasterer: John Baldwin. Recording information: Fire House, London; Georgetown Studio, Sutton Courtenay; Loco Studio, Walles. Photographer: Gilles Capp. After swinging from no wave experimentalism to internationalist grooves on her first four albums, Lizzy Mercier Descloux was asked to do something new on LP Number Five: deliver a sure-fire hit. Released in 1984, Zulu Rock produced a surprise hit single in Europe, Mais o Sont Passes les Gazelles? but EMI Records wanted bigger returns for her fifth album, especially after the critical and commercial disappointment of 1986's One for the Soul. Mercier Descloux was credited as co-producer on 1988's Suspense, but the real overseers of the project were Mark Cunningham (who Lizzy knew from her days on New York's no wave scene when he was a member of MARS) and John Brand (who had previously worked with Aztec Camera, the Waterboys, Magazine, and Gene Loves Jezebel), and they delivered Mercier Descloux's most polished work. Suspense is a work of slick Eurocentric pop that sounds very '80s, from the popping basslines and cracking drum sounds to the jangling guitars and trademark synth patches. The horns and Latin percussion glance to the flavors of Mercier Descloux's previous work, and Kim Burton's accordion work adds a welcome Parisian flair, but despite it all this is Lizzy's least musically interesting album. However, in spite of this, Mercier Descloux's vocal work is excellent on Suspense, and she rarely sounded as confident and emphatic as she does on th
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OMC: Pauly Fuemana (vocals, various instruments). Additional personnel: Alan Jansson (guitar, programming); Lee Baker (guitar); Glenn Campbell (pedal steel, dobro); Juliet Primrose (violin); Geoffrey Heath (cello); Hershal Herscher (accordion); Walter Bianco (saxophone); George Chisholm (trumpet); Mia Camilleri (French horn); Steve Robinson (piano, Hammond organ); Harmon (bass); James Gaylyn, Steve Kellner (drums); Manuel Bundy (scratches); Christine Fuemana, Taisha, Zina (background vocals). Recorded at Uptown Studios, Auckland, New Zealand. Personnel: Pauly Fuemana (vocals); Alan Jansson (guitar, programming); Lee Baker (guitar); Glen Campbell (dobro); Juliet Primrose (violin); Geoffrey Heath (cello); Hershal Herscher (accordion); Walter Bianco (saxophone); George Chisholm (trumpet); Mia Camilleri (French horn); Steve Robinson (piano); James Gaylyn, Steve Kellner (drums); Manuel Bundy (scratches); Christine Fuemana, Taisha, Zina (background vocals). Audio Mixer: Rick Huntington. Recording information: Uptown Studios, Auckland, New Zealand. Photographer: Deborah Smith. OMC is the nom de guerre of Pauly Fuema, a former Maori gang member whose debut album is an interesting cross-pollination of musical genres. Like Beck, OMC (which stands for Fuema's defunct former group Otara Millionaires Club) paints with vivid aural colors, whether it's the ripe mariachi trumpet that shows up on the title track or the country-flavored dobro coupled with a Naughty By Nature-style drum machine on Breaking My Heart. The opening track On The Run finds Fuema using his gang-banging background for song fodder, rapping over twangy, New Order-ish bass. French horn and gospel-flavored female vocals find their way into the mix on the hopeful Land Of Plenty. Basking in the multi-cultural atmosphere of the 90's, OMC continues the quirky musical legacy of skewed pop left by fellow New Zealanders Split Enz.
Olivia's Teenage Challenge
'Olivia's Secret Love' is the sequel to 'Olivia's Teenage Challenge'. Now, aged fourteen and a half, a new and exciting friendship seems to be developing with a friend's older brother. Or is it all in her imagination?
Olivia is just turning thirteen, the oldest in a Christian family of four children in Canberra, Australia. On her birthday her father issues her with a challenge. We follow Olivia through her first year as a teenager and how she responds to that challenge. We read about her adventures, disasters, struggles and successes at school, with her family and with her friends.
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