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Monday, May 18, 2020

The Charlatans - "Live @ North By Northwich (2018)" [Rock & Alternative, Live In Concert]

Live @ North By Northwich (2018)

"Live @ North By Northwich (2018)" music video by The Charlatans
Added: 18-05-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative, Live In Concert
Description : The Charlatans - Live All Over The World - Day 1 - North by Northwich, 17th May 2018

Day 1 of The Charlatans live from Northwich Memorial Court as part of the North By Northwich events on 17th May 2018.

Production Company - Jackinabox
Director - John Surdevan
Production Manager - Sam Gardner
Audio Engineer - James Griffiths
Camera Ops - Tanisha Hanna-Beards, Jim Bennett, Josh Hiles, Ben Herbert, Karl Chapman, Olly Flavell

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For many years, the Charlatans were perceived as the also-rans of Madchester, the group that didn't capture the Zeitgeist like the Stone Roses, or that failed to match the mad genre-bending of Happy Mondays. Of course, they were more traditional than either of their peers. Working from a Stonesy foundation, the Charlatans added dance-oriented rhythms and layers of swirling organs straight out of '60s psychedelia. At first, the group had great promise, and their initial singles -- including "The Only One I Know" -- were hits, but as Madchester and "baggy" faded away, the group began to look like a relic. It was commonly assumed that their third album, 1994's Up to Our Hips, was the end of the line. However, the Charlatans made a remarkable comeback in 1995 with their eponymous fourth album, which found them embracing not only the flourishing Brit-pop movement, but also underground dance and techno, as well as their mainstay of classic rock. The Charlatans debuted at number one, and the guys were hailed as survivors. Unfortunately, few knew how literal that term was -- as the band was recording its follow-up album in 1996, organist Rob Collins, who had defined the band's sound, died in a car crash. The Charlatans decided to continue as a quartet, and their subsequent album, Tellin' Stories, debuted at number one upon its 1997 release, suggesting that they had become one of the great British journeyman bands of the '90s.

Tags : 2018, 10s, The Charlatans