Goodbye Mr Mackenzie - Good Deeds And Dirty Rags

Goodbye Mr Mackenzie - Good Deeds And Dirty Rags

format: CD   |   ref: BLOKCD010   |   released: November 2019   |   condition: new

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13 Tracks: Open Your Arms * Wake It Up * His Masters Voice * Goodwill City * Candlestick Park * Goodbye Mr Mackenzie * The Rattler * Dust * You Generous Thing You * Good Deeds * Bonus Tracks: Open Your Arms (1987 Demo) * Diamonds (1987 Demo) * You Generous Thing (1987 Demo).

Goodbye Mr. MacKenzie released their first album, Good Deeds and Dirty Rags, in 1989.

It entered the UK charts at No.16 and the band quickly attracted a large, loyal support north of the border.

Goodbye Mr Kenzie: Martin Metcalfe (vocals, guitar), John Duncan (guitars), Shirley Manson (vocals, keyboard), Rona Scobie (keyboards, vocals), Fin Wilson (bass), Kelly (the drummer).

"The band is very happy to announce we are reforming to perform our Good Deeds and Dirty Rags UK chart album in its entirety. This album was a very important part of our lives and we're looking forward to doing it justice on stage again." Goodbye Mr. MacKenzie.

"It is more than 20 years since Goodbye Mr Mackenzie last played live in the Capital so a lot was riding on the first of two sold-out nights at the Liquid Room on Saturday, where Martin Metcalfe and company cranked up the volume to prove they've lost none of their fire and brimstone with an electrifying set. Finishing with their iconic 1991 single Now We Are Married, it was time for Edinburgh to roar its love for Goodbye Mr Mackenzie one last time." The Scotsman, 5 star review.

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