I Feel Nothing Most Days (LP)

Oliver Cherer

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Indie, Singer-Songwriter
Second Language
May 10, 2019

Format: Vinyl (LP)



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Oliver Cherer began writing most of these songs as far back as 1983 on a cassette 4-track in a squat in London's Elephant Castle under the influence of the first Ben Watt LP, Cherry Red's "Pillows & Prayers", the early Durutti Column records and lessons learned from Glenn Branca.

35 years later, Cherer revisited his box of tapes and finding himself with the guitar Vini Reilly of The Durutti Column used on Morrissey's first solo album, 'Viva Hate,' (on loan from a friend), sculpted them to completion. There's undeniably a nod to Watt and Reilly here but also to the pensive, more pensive work of Robert Wyatt.

Cherer recently received much acclaim (and radio play) for his conceptual album 'The Green Line' (Clay Pipe Records) under the alias of Gilroy Mere. He is undoubtedly one of Britain's most prolific but relatively unsung singer-songwriters, releasing 5 albums in the past 4 years.

'I Feel Nothing Most Days' marks the 39th release on the independent label Second Language Music, which turns 10 this year.

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Key Value
Catalogue number SL039LP
Barcode 5052442015444
Number of items 1
Packaging type Slip Sleeve
Imported No
Weight 270g
Dimensions (LxWxH) 310mm x 3mm x 310mm

Disc 1

Track Listing — Disc 1

Song Title Time
1. Weight Of The Water -
2. A Small Town -
3. Untitled 1983 -
4. Earth Rise -
5. Sinners Of The World -
6. Slowly, Slowly -
7. An Unfamiliar Kitchen -
8. Seberg -
9. Most Days -
10. The Girl On Top Of The Tree -