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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Things Macho Likes: Another Sunny Day

I first heard Another Sunny Day while on the dance floor at Mondo during my little New York adventure in 2007. I thought it was Morrissey, and was very quickly corrected by DJ Dr. Maz.

Another Sunny Day was the brainchild of Harvey Williams, who released material on Sarah Records, regarded now alongside Creation as one of the better indie labels in the UK in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Williams also released material on the Sarah label as a member of The Field Mice and Blueboy. In 1992, Sarah released all of Harvey's recordings as Another Sunny Day on one album titled London Weekend.

"You Should All Be Murdered" was initially released in 1989. With it's lyrical subject matter, Williams's vocal delivery, and the song's very distinct 80s guitar pop sound, you can hear why I misinterpreted it as a lost cut from the sad Mancunian.

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