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He and Robin had been members of another local Grangemouth, Scotland, band called The Heat. Further headline shows followed, including a prestigious ICA Rock Week gig in June 1987, attended by most of the press and many major label players. John Peel, who had aired a couple of tracks early on, was now joined by Janice and several others at the BBC in giving Hollow Gut airplay, while the video found its way onto DEF 2 and Snub TV.

One of these was the Cocteau Twins, formed by my brother Robin and his long time pal Will Heggie, along with Liz Fraser, who they first met dancing at the infamous International Hotel punk club, which I'd been running for some years. Through all of that we were a team, but it was becoming apparent that most people in the business judged the guys next to impossible to deal with. Signed to the Nightshift label, the band debuted in 1985 with the six-song Rain EP. It was released on 1 November 1984 by 4AD. Guthrie had to borrow a substantial amount of money to finance the recording of the band's fourth album, San Antorium. A live-for-television set was broadcast on BBC Scotland on a show called FSD, and was later networked. Heggie agreed and, after the album was completed and the tour was done, he stayed on and began rehearsing new material with the band. He co-founded the Cocteau Twins in 1980 with Robin Guthrie, and served as the bassist for them until 1983. Elliot Davies, at that time the manager of Wet Wet Wet, had heard of our problems with Warner/Chappell, so he offered me the chance to use their Pet Sounds Studio in Glasgow, and work with Ted Blakeway, the Wet's main in-house engineer. As people, the band lived the rock n' roll dream to excess. Elizabeth Davidson Fraser, sometimes known as Liz Fraser, is a Scottish singer, songwriter and musician from Grangemouth, Scotland, best known as the vocalist for the band Cocteau Twins.

For now, Lowlife fans can track the project via the documentary’s Facebook page, and check out the short teaser trailer that’s posted above.

I felt bad about it all, but I had to move on and get the album recorded. It would be four years later before the group got around to recording their fifth, and final, album, Gush. Q magazine gave it four stars and observed, "A further phase in Lowlife's refinement…Evocative and dramatic. Jeff was the twin brother of broadcaster Keith, with the added bonus of a sister, Janice Long, who at the time was in a top position at BBC Radio 1. I knew I had to get the new album together somehow, but the situation was complicated further by the fact that problems were developing between Stuart and the rest of the band. At the same time Ian Stewart, who was playing with Duggie and Fleming in the band Mutiny Strings, also joined for a brief time on second bass. Will also decided (after some persuasion from me) to get involved more on the label side, also doing some low key distribution for other small labels, some highlights of which were introducing UK audiences to the likes of Slint, Blake Babies, Julianna Hatfield and the U-Men via some direct import export. All this is just a flavour of my years with Lowlife. After leaving the Cocteau Twins in 1983, bassist Will Heggie formed this quartet and continued playing atmospheric Scottish indie-pop, albeit in a somewhat darker hue. We're not saying it's a Best Of, rather it's an introduction and reflection of what the band were all about. The band created music of the greatest beauty, style and passion, yet as people they were a strange and bizarre mixture of beer and whiskey drinking hell-raisers, and dedicated crazy pranksters. That said, we were spending as much money in the studio as any major label signing, and our success on our own independent label meant that in fact there was little another label could offer. left to right, Stuart Everest, Will Heggie, Craig Lorentson, Grant McDowall, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Eternity Road: Reflections of Lowlife 85–95, LTM Recordings: official Lowlife biography, "Nada Bueno - De regreso en poco tiempo...", "4 years ago we lost Lowlife's Craig Lorentson", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Lowlife_(band)&oldid=960895300, Articles needing additional references from August 2010, All articles needing additional references, Articles with unsourced statements from June 2020, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 5 June 2020, at 13:54. Much of the first disk was taken from a series of early 1980s Peel sessions. [citation needed] As with San Antorium, Lowlife did not tour to support Gush. Working Music subsequently dropped the band. It is characterized by its ethereal-sounding mixture of obscured vocals, guitar distortion and effects, feedback, and overwhelming volume. While many fans argue the merit of exactly which Lowlife album is their best, most agree San Antorium in September 1991 was the most technically accomplished. They are Will Heggie, Craig Lorentson, Stuart Everest and Grant McDowall, together known as the original - and many say the best - line up of Lowlife. I was left to do the deed. It would be unforgivable if this album remains totally unnoticed" (The Catalogue - 4 stars), "Lowlife's Godhead takes us back to that classic case of a band who never reap enough acclaim because they won't play the game, but they deserve serious attention" (Martin Aston / Music Week), "Jesus complexes notwithstanding, Godhead is motivated by desolate rows of plangent guitars, a hollowed out sepulchral bass and the cold botherangst of a singer. It seemed that nobody doubted Lowlife any more, and even Sky News came and filmed the band at work in the studio as San Antorium neared completion.

And the barrage of fireworks launched at me across a car park. A deal was quickly concluded, and with a decent advance in the bank the band quickly knuckled down to recording a new EP, Vain Delights, with a video for the lead track Hollow Gut. August 1986 saw the release of the album Permanent Sleep, again on Nightshift. He co-founded the Cocteau Twins in 1980 with Robin Guthrie, and served as the bassist for them until 1983. He co-founded the Cocteau Twins in 1980 with Robin Guthrie, and served as the bassist for them until 1983. Although the group never obtained mainstream popularity, they developed a cult following that continues to this day. Hamish McIntosh was brought into the group as Everest's replacement. I hope so, since Lowlife live on a good night are truly awesome, and for a band that were sometimes labeled as shoe-gazers, they actually created a sonic storm that really rocked.

New material continued to emerge, much of which was pretty experimental and never saw the light of day.

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