The Slowest Clock (1988 Session)


Formed in Dublin in 1986 The Slowest Clock were Frank Pryce (vocals), Gerry Fahy (guitar), Brian Neavyn (bass) and Pete Kinsella (drums). They recorded two Fanning Sessions and one for BBC’s Liz Kershaw. They released one single ‘Clarke & Jones’ in 1987 on Comet Records and two EPs ‘2 Car Garage’ and ‘No hand Signals’ in 1989 on Bewildered Records. They split in June 1990 never releasing their debut LP ‘Bewildered’ although a CD ‘Life Still‘ was released in 1994.

This is the second Fanning Session from 1988.. to read more and see them perform go here .

1. Turn Green

2. Where’s Andy

3. Going Home

4. Mothers of America

5 Responses to “The Slowest Clock (1988 Session)”

  1. “Where’s Andy” is the title of the 2nd track. I think it’s also on their 2nd EP.
    & “Mothers of America” is the 4th song (I think).
    Great site !
    Great band !

  2. Fanning Sessions Says:

    Thank Brian, have updated the post!

  3. Love it!

  4. […] anything since debut single Clarke & Jones in 1987, although they did record one of the great Fanning Sessions in 1988. As 1989 drew to a close, the band self released two four track 12″ EPs in quick […]

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