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From Monday to Sunday

  • 1. He Doesn't Love You Like I Do
    2. Kite
    3. Into Your Life
    4. Caravan
    5. Ordinary People
    6. How Do You Live Without Sunshine
    7. January Man
    8. Mr Plain
    9. These Words
    10. All I Want You To Know
    11. Diary
    12. Everytime
    13. Something Inside
    14. Woman In Love
    15. Say What You Got To Say
    16. Another Stupid Tuesday [Demo 1991]
    17. Queen of Summertime [Demo 1992], The
    18. House of Love [Demo 1992] - (previously unreleased)
    19. January Man [Band Version] [Demo 1992] - (previously unreleased)
    20. Mrs Love [Demo 1992] - (previously unreleased)
    21. Say Goodbye [Demo 1992] - (previously unreleased)
    22. Ghost At My Side [Demo 1992] - (previously unreleased, featuring Blair Booth)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): CDMRED475

  • Credits
    ProducerNick Heyward
    EngineerJulian Gordon Hastings; Ian Shaw

    Personnel: Nick Heyward (various instruments, vocals), Neil Scott (guitar), Jim Williams (guitar, mandolin, background vocals), Frank Schaefer (cello), Julian Stringle (clarinet), Steve Sidwell (trumpet), Richard Edwards (trombone), Philip Taylor (piano, organ), Antony Clark (organ, keyboards, background vocals), Les Nemes (bass, drum programming), Jeff Dugmore, Graham Ward, Trevor Smith (drums), Andy Duncan (percussion), Ali Thompson, Jim Gardner, Ian Shaw, J. Gordon Hastings (drum programming), Blair Booth, Bob Sargeant (background vocals).
    Recorded at Shaw Sound and Lilley Yard, Fulham, England.
    All songs written by Nick Heyward.
    Personnel: Les Nemes, Ali Thompson, Julian Gordon Hastings, Ian Shaw, Jim Gardner (drum programming).
    Liner Note Authors: Gary Crowley; Nick Heyward.
    Recording information: Eel Pie Studios; Lilley Yard; Shaw Sound, Fulham.
    Photographers: Paul Ashby; Steve Cavalier.
    An album from former Haircut One Hundred frontman Nick Heyward is not likely to make many people's "most anticipated" list, but From Monday To Sunday is pure, exuberant power pop with melodies to kill for, chiming, British Invasion-style guitars, and nary a synthesizer in earshot. Depending on the track, the basic rock lineup is augmented by various combinations of real live cello, mandolin, clarinet, horns, piano, and organ. A couple of numbers lapse into the whitewashed sentimentality of old. But for the most part, Heyward delivers crisp, hummable pop songs, disposable but enjoyable. ~ Roch Parisien

  • Critic Reviews
    Audio Magazine (7/94, p.74) - "...cogently tuneful guitar pop with lots of electric 12-strings, mandolins, Hammond organ, and almost too much British charm..."
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