Oh No! Not These Again!

by The Psychodaisies

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about

Always energetic, always full throttle and always entertaining, The Psychodaisies first got together in Bristol in 1994 and very quickly became a force to be reckoned with on the live circuit. Although formed from members of local rock ‘n roll bands, they were heavily influenced by the Mid 60’s Freak Beat scene. Fuzzy guitars, Vox Organ riffs & soaring harmonies were the basis of their early sound. Their musical menagerie never truly fitted into any specific genre, so it was hardly surprising that they drew crowds from all walks of life, even gaining the attention of the late, great John Peel.

Although incredibly young, the most surprising thing about The Psychodaisies was the rate of development over the 4 short years that they were together. Their only official independent release was a psychedelic powerhouse called Poppers released on Rubber Kandi Records. However, by the time of their next recording only 6 months later, they were sonically closer to The Pretty Things’ Baron Saturday than Pretty Flamingo by Manfred Mann. It was this mutual musical growth that kept The Psychodaisies in touch with their fanbase.

Made up of two sets of brothers and a drummer they met after school, the band along with their manager Andy Baker, were a close-knit group. There was only ever one line-up change when in 1997, Terry called time on playing Bass and was replaced by Richard Mizen. By the time they decided to stop they had gained a loyal following, recorded 5 demos, been played on radio countless times and received plaudits from the press for their live shows. One can only wonder what they would have achieved given the investment and guidance of a record label.

credits

released September 4, 2020

1. Leave In Me (L. Knight/S. Snook): S. Batchelor - Drums, R. Mizen – Bass, L. Knight - Rhythm Guitar/Vocals, S. Snook - Lead Guitar/Vocals, A. Snook – Keys/Vocals (1998 recorded at Mr Grin Studios)

2. Camp America (L. Knight/S. Snook): S. Batchelor - Drums, R. Mizen - Bass, L. Knight - Rhythm Guitar/Vocals S. Snook - Lead Guitar/Vocals, A. Snook – Keys/Vocals (1998 recorded at Mr Grin Studios)

3. What You Do To Me (L. Knight/S. Snook): S. Batchelor - Drums, T. Knight – Bass/Vocals, L. Knight - Rhythm Guitar/Vocals, S. Snook - Lead Guitar/Vocals, A. Snook - Keys (1997 recorded at Mr Grin Studios)

4. The Frog's Gone Pop (L. Knight/S. Snook): S. Batchelor - Drums, T. Knight – Bass/Vocals, L. Knight - Rhythm Guitar/Vocals S. Snook - Lead Guitar/Vocals, A. Snook - Keys (1995 recorded at Foel Studios)

5. The Perilous Journey of Fanny Grumble (and her all-night Om-Nom Band) (L. Knight/S. Snook): S. Batchelor - Drums, T. Knight – Bass/Vocals, L. Knight - Rhythm Guitar/Vocals, S. Snook - Lead Guitar/Vocals, A. Snook - Keys (1996 recorded at Mr Grin Studios)

6. Poppers (L. Knight/S. Snook): S. Batchelor - Drums, T. Knight – Bass/Vocals, L. Knight - Rhythm Guitar/Vocals, S. Snook - Lead Guitar/Vocals, A. Snook - Keys (1995 recorded at Foel Studios)

7. Do You Do (L. Knight/S. Snook): S. Batchelor - Drums, T. Knight – Bass/Vocals, L. Knight - Rhythm Guitar/Vocals, S. Snook - Lead Guitar/Vocals, A. Snook - Keys (1996 recorded at Mr Grin Studios)

8. Corduroy Colin (L. Knight/S. Snook): S. Batchelor - Drums, T. Knight – Bass/Vocals, L. Knight - Rhythm Guitar/Vocals, S. Snook - Lead Guitar/Vocals, A. Snook - Keys (1995 recorded at Foel Studios)

9. 'Kin Ell (L. Knight/S. Snook): S. Batchelor - Drums, T. Knight – Bass/Vocals, L. Knight - Rhythm Guitar/Vocals, S. Snook - Lead Guitar/Vocals, A. Snook - Keys (1996 recorded at Mr Grin Studios)

10. Uptown Sheep (L. Knight/S. Snook): S. Batchelor - Drums, T. Knight – Bass/Vocals, L. Knight - Rhythm Guitar/Vocals, S. Snook - Lead Guitar,/Vocals A. Snook - Keys (1997 recorded at Mr Grin Studios)

11. The Potter's Song (L. Knight/S. Snook): S. Batchelor - Drums, T. Knight – Bass/Vocals, L. Knight - Rhythm Guitar/Vocals, S. Snook - Lead Guitar/Vocals, A. Snook - Keys (1996 recorded at Mr Grin Studios)

All tracks produced by The Psychodaisies & Andy Baker
All tracks owned by The Psychodaisies & Andy Baker and licenced to Bristol Archive Records

(p)&© The Psychodaisies 2020

All songs written by L. Knight, S. Snook & The Psychodaisies
except The Frog’s Gone Pop by L. Knight/S. Snook/S. Parry
All songs published by Copyright Control

Contact: mike@bristolarchiverecords.com

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Thanks

The Psychodaisies would like to thank Andy Baker without whose direction, guidance and wisdom we would have been flaundering. Phil Golf, Sooty & Stef Hambrook for engineering the recordings @ Mr Grins. Sean Parry for his lyrical influence. Kit McKenzie for his artwork. George @ The Kandi Klub (RIP) and everyone that paid money to see us play live all over the country.

This record is dedicated to DJ George @ The Kandi Klub (RIP)
Bristol Boys Make More Noise! – Mike Darby

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