Easy To Smile - Senseless Things - The First Of Too Many Samplers (Cassette)

Hearing a song that reminds you of your past 3. Getting a thank you from someone 5. Eating comfort food 7. Getting into bed with freshly washed sheets 8.

Finding a ten pound note in an old pair of jeans 9. Looking back at old photographs Seeing a funny video online. Winning a tenner on the lottery Walks in the country Getting a nice message from a loved one Waking up on a sunny day Sampling was crucial to the development of hip-hop, and it was one piece of kit in particular — the E-mu SP , launched in — that lured hip-hop's rhythmic chassis away from the limitations of the DMX drum machine. These technological beasts harnessed the power of a whopping 12k RAM and a 32k hard drive.

It's easy to laugh now, but that machine powered the world's first ever digital studio. So what was the first record to make extensive use of sampling?

The latter's b-sides included a Replacements cover as well as a song co-written with Lenie from Mambo Taxi. Harding went on to join 3 Colours Red in their original incarnation from to , [22] before pursuing a career in public and media relations. Making a return to music, Harding now plays in garage band The Charlemagnes.

Browne formed new band Delakota [25] with Nicholls and others, releasing an album and various singles between and Senseless Things reformed minus Nicholls, who was unavailable and replaced by Micky Wyle, ex- Hitechjet for a secret billed as Mark Keds four-song performance at Islington Academy, London on 4 March — over twelve years after the band last performed — as part of a gig to celebrate the life of former Mega City Four frontman Darren "Wiz" Brown , who died in December The same band members had an impromptu reunion in June when they joined fans Beach Slang live on stage in London to perform their cover of "Too Much Kissing".

Lyrics Easy to Smile Senseless Things. Written by: M Keds. No translations available. Brothers Johnson "Blam". Burns and Schreiber "Pure BS". Burns and Schreiber "Watergate Comedy Hour". Byrds "G. Carol King "Fantasy". Chatur Lal "Drums of India". Dean Martin. Earth Wind and Fire. First Edition "69". Glen Miller "Live! Grand Funk Railroad "Phoenix". Hubert Laws "Romeo and Juliet". Iron Butterfly "Scorching Beauty". Jefferson Airplane "Long John Silver".

Kenny Rankin "Silver Morning". Keyboard Immortals". Killer Joe". Lakeside "Roughriders". Lakeside "Shot of Love". Liberace "The Sound of Love". Modern Jazz Quartet "In Memoriam". Paul Desmond Quartet "Live". Poco "Pickin' Up the Pieces". Rod McKuen "Stop the War". I recall being at Reading Festival in where I met a couple of Japanese girls - one was sporting a lovely Neds Atomic Dustbin shirt that she had acquired when they played in Japan Osaka I think.

I was sporting a Neds shirt that a friend had sent over to me from a tour of North America they did, after speaking to her, she agreed to do a straight swap. I was in heaven - a Japanese Neds shirt. Who would have thought it! No decisions have been made as yet to exactly what but whatever we do settle on, it will be really nice. We took part in a 6 way conversation recently which is still ongoing!

I remember doing interviews around the time the song was released, people were making such a big deal of the title. Those two words. We sampled loads of great stuff and everyone just overlooked that element and was totally wrapped up in the title! Mark said that The Tuts had played with Deadcuts before and they got on really well. I asked if they considered choosing bands that they had toured with in the past.

Have I ever thought about just doing a Senseless Things tour and milk the cash cow? Not really…. My career is what it is and I intend it to stay that way. Not at all. They kinda resent that they feel shackled to their past, or even their present. Which is their choice really. But, then, other artists really enjoy it, which is great and also fantastic for the audience.

I went to see Glen Campbell a while back. I think that we were by far the youngest people in the room that night. He was great, full of humour and by just watching him, you could see that it was what he wanted to do! Cass said that the entire record was recorded in just one day and mixed the next!

It does clock in at a little over 22 minutes. The reason why the next album was called The First of Too Many which Cass had come up with was because he wanted that to be referred to as their debut album.

Albeit a very short and fast one! I asked them both if they have any plans to re-master the back catalogue in the future? If we WERE asked to input, we would have all curated it properly - packaged it properly, created decent artwork, liner notes etc. Make something beautiful.

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Easy To Smile on Discogs. Label: Epic - 2 • Format: CD Single • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock Senseless Things - Easy To Smile (, CD) | Discogs/5(6).

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The First Of Too Many Samplers on Discogs. Label: Epic - eat,Epic - eat • Format: Cassette EP, Promo, Sampler • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock.
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  3. 1. Easy to Smile 2. Hold it Down 3. Got it at the Delmar (Extended Version) 4. Mollylove 5. Hazel 6. Can't Remember. Indie punk band, Senseless Things, first formed around and were a popular tour act on the UK festival circuit in the early s. BBC disc jockey John Peel helped bring their 'punk pop' to the attention of a wider audience/5(2).

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