Slack Babbeth

by Justin McConville

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about

There was a big gap between Animated Pill and Slack Babbeth. During the interim Soul Drive had been recording, rehearsing and touring. Slack Babbeth commenced in autumn 2004 and was intended to be demos for some new Soul Drive material. The material was deemed unsuitable by certain a member of Soul Drive. However many people thought that music was better than Soul Drive's and it received great response and reviews which then sparked Derek Rae's (JMC drummer) and Nikki Haryliw's (JMC guitarist) interest who later decided they would like to work on the material with me. By the end of 2005 Andrew Burton expressed in interest in the bass position and a live proposition was established for the JMC material to be showcased which lead to a fierce live assault on the senses and some Rock n Roll zoo antics by all involved.

credits

released June 7, 2005

All tracks written and recorded by J.McConville except So Close McConville/Paterson and Love (part 2) L.McCallum/J.McConville

Recorded at The Washouse by Bone

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Justin McConville UK

I am a guitarist primarily who writes songs, sings, plays bass, drums, a little keys, harmonica, percussion and dabbles in production. What is available on here is like a time line of my music dating back to the beginning of my recording career in 1992 up to present date excluding Uncle Rust "Six Years in The Desert" which have their own bandcamp pages ... more

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