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Album · 1991 · 12 Songs. Electric Landlady Kirsty MacColl.
Kirsty MacColl - The Making of Electric Landlady. Kirsty's most successful studio album reaching on the UK album charts in June 1991.
Electric Landlady is Kirsty MacColl's third studio album. Released in 1991, it was her second Virgin Records release and second collaboration with producer/husband Steve Lillywhite. The title was given when MacColl found it to be the name that was accidentally written on some early pressings of Jimi Hendrix's album Electric Ladyland. Landlady was MacColl's most successful . release, owing to the lead track "Walking Down Madison", which peaked at on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart
Kirsty MacColl's biggest . success (featuring the college radio hit "Walking Down Madison"), 1991's Electric Landlady is also her most eclectic album. Besides the hip-hop-influenced "Walking Down Madison," the album version of which comes complete with a guest rap by Aniff Cousins, Electric Landlady also includes the sublime single "My Affair," MacColl's first full-fledged foray into Latin music
Complete your Kirsty MacColl collection. Electric Landlady (CD, Album). Electric Landlady (Cass, Album). Electric Landlady (LP, Album). Released in 1991, it was her second Virgin Records release and second collaboration with producer/husband Steve Lillywhite Landlady was MacColl's most successful . release, owing to the lead track "Walking Down Madison", which peaked at on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart. The longest song of the album, it features guest vocals by rapper Aniff. All tracks composed by Kirsty MacColl and Mark E. Nevin; except where indicated.
By: Kirsty MacColl (1991, Rock). More albums from Kirsty MacColl: Titanic Days by Kirsty MacColl. Kite by Kirsty MacColl. Desperate Character by Kirsty MacColl. Tropical Brainstorm by Kirsty MacColl. What Do Pretty Girls Do? by Kirsty MacColl. View all albums . Electric Landlady. By: Kirsty MacColl (1991, Rock). 1. Walking Down Madison.
Artists Kirsty MacColl Electric Landlady. This album has an average beat per minute of 127 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 104/188 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Electric Landlady.
Electric Landlady was a much more eclectic affair than Kite with numerous trips to NY to work with a whole crazy set of Latin players who fuelled kirsty's love of that music for future recordings. The two songs which stand out as different are the Johnny Marr penned walking Down Madison' and 'Children of the Revolution' which were tracks Johnny sent to us and we added the appropriate overdubs. Electric Landlady was the second of two albums MacColl released on the Virgin label; earlier this year, EMI/Virgin reissued both this album and Kite, expanding them with bonus tracks.
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|1||Walking Down Madison
Backing Vocals – George Chandler, Jimmy ChambersBass – Guy PrattDrums – David PalmerEngineer [Assistant] – Chris BandyGuitar, Keyboards – Johnny MarrKeyboards, Programmed By – Trevor GrayPercussion – Jody LinscottProducer [Additional Production], Mixed By [Additional Mix] – Howard Gray, Steve LillywhiteRap – Aniff Cousins
|2||All I Ever Wanted
Bongos, Guiro – José Mangual Jr.Harmonica – Judd Lander
|3||Children Of The Revolution
Bells, Shaker – José Mangual Jr.Drums – David PalmerGuitar, Keyboards – Johnny MarrKeyboards – Kirsty MacColl
Saxophone [Alto] – Steve SacksViolin – Lewis Kahn
Arranged By [Strings], Trumpet – Angel FernandezBongos, Coro – José Mangual Jr.Cello – Enrique OrengoTrombone – Lepoldo Pineda*Trumpet – Joe ShepleyViolin – Felix Ferrer*, Lewis Kahn, Lloyd Carter
Piano, Clavinet – Ed Shearmur*Tambourine – Adrian Lillywhite
|7||He Never Mentioned Love
Tambourine, Percussion [Block] – Adrian LillywhiteViolin – Bob Loveday
|8||We'll Never Pass This Way Again
Guitar – Kirsty MacColl
|9||The Hardest Word
Bata [Iya], Rattle [Achere] – Milton CardonaBata [Okonkolo] – José Mangual Jr.Bata [Totele] – Marc QuinonesKeyboards – Hamish MacCollMandolin – Colin StuartOcarina [Indian], Panpipes [Romanian], Flute [Alto], Flute [Porcelain] – Dave Valentin
|10||Maybe It's Imaginary
Autoharp – Kirsty MacCollGuitar – Colin StuartViolin – Bob Loveday
|11||My Way Home
Bata [Iya], Rattle [Achere] – Milton CardonaBata [Okonkolo] – José Mangual Jr.Bata [Totele] – Marc QuinonesGuitar – Colin StuartSaxophone [Alto, Soprano] – Steve Sacks
|12||The One And Only
Accordion – James Fernley*Banjo – Jem FinerBass – Darryl HuntDrums – Andrew Rankin*Guitar – Phillip Chevron*Mandolin [Cittern] – Terry WoodsPercussion – Adrian LillywhiteWhistle – Spider Stacey*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd. – CDV 2663
- Copyright (c) – Greatpress Ltd. – CDV 2663
- Arranged By [Brass] – Angel Fernandez (tracks: 4, 5, 11)
- Bass – Pino Palladino (tracks: 4, 6, 9 to 11), Sal Cuevas (tracks: 2, 3, 5, 7, 8)
- Bongos – José Mangual Jr. (tracks: 5, 7, 8)
- Congas – Milton Cardona (tracks: 2 to 5, 7, 8)
- Drums – Mel Gaynor (tracks: 4, 6, 9 to 11), Robbie Ameen* (tracks: 2, 3, 5, 7, 8)
- Engineer – Alan Douglas , John Brough, Jon Fausty
- Engineer [Assistant] – Michael White , Noel Haris*, Pete Lewis
- Guitar – Elliott Randall (tracks: 1, 2, 6 to 8, 11), Ian Aitken (tracks: 2, 7, 11), Mark E Nevin (tracks: 4, 9 to 12), Pete Glenister (tracks: 2, 4 to 11)
- Piano – Oscar Hernandez (tracks: 2, 5, 7, 8)
- Producer – Steve Lillywhite
- Timbales – Marc Quinones (tracks: 2, 3, 5, 7, 8)
- Trombone – Lewis Kahn (tracks: 4, 5, 11)
- Trumpet – 'Ite' Jerez* (tracks: 4, 5, 11)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5012981966324
|CDV 2663||Kirsty MacColl||Electric Landlady (CD, Album)||Virgin||CDV 2663||UK & Europe||1991|
|KMREM 2, 7243 560594 2 9||Kirsty MacColl||Electric Landlady (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Virgin, Virgin||KMREM 2, 7243 560594 2 9||UK||2005|
|V 2663||Kirsty MacColl||Electric Landlady (LP, Album)||Virgin||V 2663||Italy||1991|
|CDV 2663, 0777 7 87028 2 5||Kirsty MacColl||Electric Landlady (CD, Album, RE)||Virgin, Virgin||CDV 2663, 0777 7 87028 2 5||UK & Europe||Unknown|
|TCV 2663||Kirsty MacColl||Electric Landlady (Cass, Album)||Virgin||TCV 2663||UK & Europe||1991|