The Sunday\'s live at The Falcon 3rd Sepember 1988

Chris Roberts reviews The Sunday’s live at The Falcon, London. Taken from Melody Maker, 3rd September 1988.

The Sundays on a Sunday for commentor moresundaysplease.

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The Sundays Live at The Warehouse, Leeds 1989

Dave Simpson reviews The Sundays, Live at The Warehouse, Leeds May 27th 1989. Hard to tell from the review whether he thought it was any good or not isn’t it?

Dave Simpson now writes regularly for The Guardian Arts blog.

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The Sundays MelodyMaker Interview Jan 20th 1990

The Sundays interviewed by Everett True before he became close personal friends with Kurdt Cobain. Taken from MelodyMaker Jan 20th 1990.

Reading, Writing and Arithmetic is one of the few records from around this time that I still listen to today and if you’ve not heard the album I’d strongly urge you to go and buy a copy. From memory the 2nd album was crap and I didn’t even know they’d released a third. I’d assumed they’d had split up but according to their Wikipedia entry not only are the band together but so are Harriet and David, who are currently focusing on raising their two children. Awwhh bless!

Now the hype’s died down I’m going to check out those other two records and see if they’re as good as the first one.

These fullscap Melody Makers are a bitch to scan in by the way. This one took more than 10 A4 scans so I hope someone out there appreciates it one day.

“Sticks and stones may break my bones and words will just finish me off”

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