We Can't Dance - Live @ Old School Studios

Premiere DateMay 12, 2012
Categories Media Music
00:00 Themetune
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00:43 Mr Jason talking
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01:40 Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder We Can't Dance - Live @ Old School Studios
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06:01 Electricutor We Can't Dance - Live @ Old School Studios
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08:54 Carnival Kids We Can't Dance - Live @ Old School Studios
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11:31 One Out Of Five We Can't Dance - Live @ Old School Studios
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14:35 Man Overboard We Can't Dance - Live @ Old School Studios
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17:55 T Is For Teckle We Can't Dance - Live @ Old School Studios
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21:25   Wait Until The Sun Comes Up We Can't Dance - Live @ Old School Studios
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24:20 Stop Look And Listen We Can't Dance - Live @ Old School Studios
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27:26 M525 We Can't Dance - Live @ Old School Studios
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32:01 City Lights We Can't Dance - Live @ Old School Studios
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33:53 Mr Jason talking
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35:31 Themetune
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36:54 Finish
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LIVE @ OLD SCHOOL STUDIOS with MR JASON – Saturday 12th May 2012

WE CAN’T DANCE – We’re so pleased to have got We Can’t Dance to play at one of our private parties at Old School Studios! This is a storming, powerful set of songs, from a band that have no right to be so good at such a young age. They sort of remind me of a female-fronted early-Ash. Great songs. This is what they sound like live, so make sure you go and see them play if you get the chance. Oh, by the way, the 1st song was the soundcheck, so I was in the control room getting everything working, hence lack of bass guitar for half the 1st song.
Hey, Whaddaya Say, Let’s Radio!

BAND MEMBERS
Josie guitar & vocals
Tom bass & vocals
Dom drums

WE CAN’T DANCE gigs
23rd May 2012 Mustard Lounge Norwich, UK

Website
http://wecantdance.bandcamp.com/

This set was performed live, without a hair net (or headphones!), in front of an invited audience, and recorded onto analogue reel to reel tape @ Old School Studios, UK, by Mr Jason.
http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk

Host Mr Jason
When he was seven, Jason started writing songs -- mostly silly stuff, which went hand in hand with the hilarious (in their minds) radio shows that he and his older sister would record on their dad's dictaphone.…

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