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In Loving Memory Of A Name - XTC - Mummer (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Vinyl LP Virgin / I Mummer. Mummer was the first XTC album with the band as a studio only proposition. and “In Loving Memory of a Name” points the direction to the type of material that they would perfect in the second half of the decade.
  2. Take for instance the enchanting 'Ladybird', or 'Love on a Farmboy's Wages' or 'In Loving Memory of a Name' - great songs telling poignant stories - each song has a purpose and a tale to tell. Although not their greatest album, Mummer is certainly up there with the best and is well worth investigating/5(66).
  3. Jul 13,  · Take for instance the enchanting 'Ladybird', or 'Love on a Farmboy's Wages' or 'In Loving Memory of a Name' - great songs telling poignant stories - each song has a purpose and a tale to tell. Although not their greatest album, Mummer is certainly up .
  4. Mummer is the sixth studio album by the English band XTC, released on 30 August It reached No. 51 on the UK album chart and No. on the U.S. Billboard album charts. It spawned three UK singles; "Great Fire" (released 22 April ), "Wonderland" (released 24 June ) and "Love on a Farmboy's Wages" (released 19 September and reached No. 50 on the UK singles chart).
  5. MUMMER. Says Partridge, "Until early , our work was like black-and-white TV. Mummer was the first in full color -- bright sky blue."Mummer was the band's first album on Geffen Records in the U.S. and its sixth album overall, following the release of the similarly acoustic-based English Settlement, a double album, in which included the U.K. hit "Senses Working Overtime".
  6. Mummer is the sixth studio album by the English band XTC, released on 30 August It reached No. 51 on the UK album chart and No. on the U.S. Billboard album charts. The album title refers to a Mummers play. A working title considered for the album was Fruit Fallen From God's Garden.
  7. Like every XTC record, its critical acclaim was greater than its sales -- the album dropped out of the British charts after two weeks. Years of internal difficulties and label battles kept the group from releasing any new material for much of the decade, however, and not until did the next XTC album.
  8. "In Loving Memory of a Name" is a song by Colin Moulding. It appeared on the album Mummer. A promo video was made for the XTC episode of Play at Home.