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Twix Rocks – Into ’91 With Fanning’s Choice

Posted in Music with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 25, 2019 by Fanning Sessions

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This is a nice promotional cassette produced in conjunction with Twix, featuring 10 of Dave Fanning’s favourite Irish tracks of 1990. Each one is introduced by Dave, with De Confidence receiving a particularly nice mention. Thanks to Eoin Fegan for sharing.

An Emotional Fish – Move On
The Dixons – Here Comes The Love Machine
The Stunning – Brewing Up A Storm
No Sweat – Waters Flow
The Honey Thieves – Drive
Into Paradise – Bring Me Closer
The Prayer Boat – Stopping the World
De Confidence – Dropout
Toasted Heretic – They Didn’t Teach Music in My School
A House – Bugaboo

The Dixons (1991)

Posted in Fanning, Music with tags , on May 14, 2014 by Fanning Sessions

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The Dixons have already featured but we came across this pair of tracks from 1991 we thought you might like. The band featured Niall Toner (vocals/guitar), Alan Montgomery (bass/piano/vocals), Ed McGinley (guitar/vocals) and Joey Pleass (drums/vocals).

‘She Belongs To Me’ / ‘I’d Love To’ (1991)

The Dixons

Posted in Fanning, live, Music with tags , on August 16, 2010 by Fanning Sessions
Photo (c) Eamon O'Ha

Photo (c) Eamon O’Ha

The Dixons were Niall Toner (vocals/guitar), Alan Montgomery (bass/piano/vocals), Ed McGinley (guitar/vocals) and Joey Pleass (drums/vocals). From Dublin they were active from 1987 until 1991. Their first single ‘I Have Fun’ was released on Mother Records in summer 1989.

I Have Fun (1989)

Four Poster Silken Jail (1989?)

Here Comes The Love Machine (1989?)