A Million Miles [George Best, 1987]

At The Edge of the Sea [Tommy 1986]

Boo Boo  [El Rey 2008]

Brassneck [Bizarro, 1989]

Carolyn [Seamonsters, 1991]

Convertible [Mini, 1996]

Deer Caught in the Headlights [Valentina, 2012]

Don’t Take Me Home Until I’m Drunk  [El Rey, 2008]

Don’t Talk, Just Kiss [Brassneck, 1990]

England [Home Internationals, 2017]

Get Smart [Torino, 2002]

Go Out And Get ‘Em, Boy! [single,1985]

Hard, Fast And Beautiful [Va Va Voom, 1998]

I’m From Further North Than You  [Take Fountain, 2005]

King’s Cross [single, 1999]

Never Said [Tommy, 1986]

Nobody’s Twisting Your Arm [single, 1988]

Octopussy [Seamonsters, 1991]

Perfect Blue [Take Fountain, 2005]

Skin Diving [Saturnalia, 1996]

Spangle [Watusi, 1994]

Take Me! [Bizarro, 1989]

Two Bridges [Going, Going…, 2016]

The Queen Of Outer Space [The Hit Parade, 1992]

What Did Your Last Servant Die Of? [George Best, 1987]

Wow [Disco Volante, 2000]

You Should Always Keep In Touch With Your Friends [single, 1986]

5 thoughts on “Songography

    1. Just read David Gedge Sleevenotes. Wonderful, very interesting and insightful. David explains that he overheard two guys ranting about how things had changed when he was in New York and surreptitiously recorded them.

  1. hi there,

    just noticed that the link on the songography for Boo Boo actually takes you to the info/Q&A/lyrics etc for Further North. Any chance you could fix that – Boo Boo is one of my face WP songs and I’d love to read David’s views on it.

    Great site, by the way.

    Cheers, and happy new year

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