Sunday, April 5, 2009

November Group - Work That Dream

November Group - Work That Dream

November Group is a new-wave rock/pop band from Boston founded in the early 1980s by Kearney Kirby and Ann Prim.
"November group was one of the most interesting of the synth-based, dance-oriented bands. Unlike most of their peers in the early '80s, November Group was austere and harsh, bereft of joy, more influenced by some of the early "dark dance" groups like A Certain Ratio or New Order. They maintained a militant sound, and the vocals (provided by two women, who headed the band) moved from harsh monotone to emotive cries."




Tracklisting:

A1
Volker (0:25)
A2
Work That Dream (3:50)
A3
Put Your Back To It (3:40)
B1
The Promise (5:00)
B2
Arrows Up To Heaven (4:15)
B3
Careful (A Life Is A Fragile Thing) (3:48)


November Group - Work That Dream


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love your music blog! Keep up the great work! When you get a chance, can re-upload November Group again? I keep getting media fire errors. Thanks! :-)

Phantom Lady said...

uploaded to sendspace:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/ocjbo8

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My Family said...

Great song!

Cool synth bass-line, 80’s soul type sound. Kind of reminds me of Duran Duran or Power Station, only with a female singer.Sightline Payments Kirk Sanford I couldn’t believe it when I found out this band was from Boston. I totally pictured them as being European or something.

Apparently these guys had a reputation for ripping off other people’s songs, but I don’t really hear anything obvious in this one. Didn’t a lot of these songs pretty much sound the same anyway? What’s with the accusation…seriously?

Based on this song I feel like these guys should have been big, and I don’t know what happened to them. Maybe just bad luck.ผลบอล They seemed to follow that old, familiar, three-step program: 1) early 80’s art album, 2) mid 80’s commercial album, 3) late 80’s pop-garbage swan song.