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Third studio album by Graham Day & the Gaolers! Their first in 14 years! It's been a good time recently to be a fan of Graham Day. Last year saw the release of A Little More Time With, a 10" mini LP by The Senior Service, as well as his recent debut solo album, The Master Of None, (released on Acid Jazz). There's also been a string of hometown reformation gigs with the Prisoners, and a US tour with the Woggles, And now this! We're extremely proud to be releasing Reflections In The Glass, a brand new album by Graham Day & the Gaolers. We asked Graham a few questions the new Gaolers album, his writing, playing style, and those recent Prisoners gigs... This is the third Graham Day & the Gaolers album. It's been 14 years since the last one, why the long gap? Blimey, is it that long? We never "finished" the band, but with Dan living in the USA it's always been difficult to get together, and we've had to rely on touring to make it worthwhile flying him over. I think we were all feeling a bit tired of touring, my 'day' job got increasingly intense, and we sort of put it on hold for a while. We were set to record the album in March 2020, but then Covid hit so we lost a couple of years. How did you first hook up with Dan Electro from the Woggles? I met Dan in 2000, his band the Woggles were supporting the SolarFlares on two nights of a German tour. The first night they blew me away, and we went on first the following night, no way I was going to follow that again! We stayed in touch, became great friends. Dan was over in London 2006 ish, I'd just finished playing bass in the Buff Medways, and Dan suggested we start a band together with Buzz the Woggles bass player. I had an album's worth of material and they flew over and we recorded the first Gaolers' album in 2007
Third studio album by Graham Day & the Gaolers! Their first in 14 years! It's been a good time recently to be a fan of Graham Day. Last year saw the release of A Little More Time With, a 10" mini LP by The Senior Service, as well as his recent debut solo album, The Master Of None, (released on Acid Jazz). There's also been a string of hometown reformation gigs with the Prisoners, and a US tour with the Woggles, And now this! We're extremely proud to be releasing Reflections In The Glass, a brand new album by Graham Day & the Gaolers. We asked Graham a few questions the new Gaolers album, his writing, playing style, and those recent Prisoners gigs... This is the third Graham Day & the Gaolers album. It's been 14 years since the last one, why the long gap? Blimey, is it that long? We never "finished" the band, but with Dan living in the USA it's always been difficult to get together, and we've had to rely on touring to make it worthwhile flying him over. I think we were all feeling a bit tired of touring, my 'day' job got increasingly intense, and we sort of put it on hold for a while. We were set to record the album in March 2020, but then Covid hit so we lost a couple of years. How did you first hook up with Dan Electro from the Woggles? I met Dan in 2000, his band the Woggles were supporting the SolarFlares on two nights of a German tour. The first night they blew me away, and we went on first the following night, no way I was going to follow that again! We stayed in touch, became great friends. Dan was over in London 2006 ish, I'd just finished playing bass in the Buff Medways, and Dan suggested we start a band together with Buzz the Woggles bass player. I had an album's worth of material and they flew over and we recorded the first Gaolers' album in 2007
5020422057715
Graham Day  & The Gaolers - Reflections In The Glass

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Format: Vinyl
Label: DAMAGED GOODS
Rel. Date: 05/12/2023
UPC: 5020422057715

Reflections In The Glass
Artist: Graham Day & The Gaolers
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $23.99
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DISC: 1

1. Mystery Man
2. Narrow Mind
3. Step Out of Your Parade
4. A Rose Thorn (Sticking in Your Mind's Eye)
5. I Can't Stop This Feeling
6. I Will Let You Down
7. My Body Tells Me the Truth
8. Different Rules
9. Don't Hide Away
10. History on Repeat
11. Time Is Running Out
12. Filtered Face

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Third studio album by Graham Day & the Gaolers! Their first in 14 years! It's been a good time recently to be a fan of Graham Day. Last year saw the release of A Little More Time With, a 10" mini LP by The Senior Service, as well as his recent debut solo album, The Master Of None, (released on Acid Jazz). There's also been a string of hometown reformation gigs with the Prisoners, and a US tour with the Woggles, And now this! We're extremely proud to be releasing Reflections In The Glass, a brand new album by Graham Day & the Gaolers. We asked Graham a few questions the new Gaolers album, his writing, playing style, and those recent Prisoners gigs... This is the third Graham Day & the Gaolers album. It's been 14 years since the last one, why the long gap? Blimey, is it that long? We never "finished" the band, but with Dan living in the USA it's always been difficult to get together, and we've had to rely on touring to make it worthwhile flying him over. I think we were all feeling a bit tired of touring, my 'day' job got increasingly intense, and we sort of put it on hold for a while. We were set to record the album in March 2020, but then Covid hit so we lost a couple of years. How did you first hook up with Dan Electro from the Woggles? I met Dan in 2000, his band the Woggles were supporting the SolarFlares on two nights of a German tour. The first night they blew me away, and we went on first the following night, no way I was going to follow that again! We stayed in touch, became great friends. Dan was over in London 2006 ish, I'd just finished playing bass in the Buff Medways, and Dan suggested we start a band together with Buzz the Woggles bass player. I had an album's worth of material and they flew over and we recorded the first Gaolers' album in 2007
        
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