gathering dust was a compilation of their first four "indie" singlesDark wrote:Ghostie songs are good too, but I wish I'd realised Gathering Dust was all covers before I downloaded it..
http://www.ghostdance.co.uk/discography ... hp?id=dust
songs that are cover versions are in bold/italics:
and if you read this - http://www.ghostdance.co.uk/discography ... p?id=heart - you will get some insight into why they recorded "so many covers"...Track listing:
A1. River Of No Return
A3. Heart Full Of Soul
A4. Can The Can
A5. Last Train
A6. A Deeper Blue
B1. Yesterday Again
B2. Both Ends Burning
B3. The Grip Of Love
B4. Where Spirits Fly
B5. Radar Love
technically, i suppose you could also call "where spirits fly" a cover, but gary wrote it anyway, and the sisters never actually played it live (apart from an instrumental soundcheck once or twice) - and they certainly never recorded itA record which itâ€™s fair to say was shaped by legal manoeuvring as much as any artistic considerations.
I was still caught up in contractual battles with the Sisters and, as the main writer in Ghost Dance, wanted to avoid any new songs (and money) being swallowed up in the process. Songs like When I Call and Last Train which were released further down the track were already well established in the live set so there was no shortage of original material.
and its a f**king groovy album
dont diss the ghosties