RUBBLE ELEVEN : Adventures In The
awesome wig-flippers career onto this compliation with
demented demands. Watch out!"
Originally issued in 1986 on the Bam-Caruso label (KIRI
069). It has since been re-issued on Past & Present
(PAPRL 011). Contained recordings from the Decca label
One single, on
this volume we find the flip. For the top side, the
Eastern flavoured, 'Red Sky At Night' you'll have to find
to the Rubble comps where the Scots get six cuts spread
over three volumes. 'Wooden Spoon' / 'In Your Tower' is
the group's sixth single
Both sides to
the group's lone single, 'Meditations' / Cheadle Heath
Delusions' can be found here
single and you'll find the top side here, 'Looking For
The Sun', don't worry, the flip, 'Here Today, Gone
Tomorrow' has been compiled elsewhere
have been spread over three volumes with this volume
featuring the side two opener and first single, 'Guess I
Was Dreaming' and the flip from the second single,
'Listen To Mary Cry'
song, 'Treacle Toffee World' is the flip to the classic
'Fathers Name Is Dad' which can be found on the earlier
The two songs
featured here are both B-sides, the first, 'Colours Of My
Mind' was the flip to 'Created By Clive' whilst the
second, 'Lady Orange Peel' was the flip to 'Neville
Thumbcatch' (check out Rubble Six for that one)
name, the band came from the Midlands and released eight
singles, three of which are released on this series. This
volumes cut, 'Follow Me' was their second single and
first for Decca
from Switzerland, this is the flip to their only single.
The group also recorded an album worth of tunes back home
talking, the nearest I've ever heard to The Kinks, two
fine singles and Keith Moon was a fan too, 'Woodstock'
was the second single. Check out Rubble Six for the
wonderful, 'Tales of Flossie Fillet'
Sadly only one
song is featured in the series, 'Fade Away Maureen' was
the group's third and final single. Interestingly to
note, group member, Brian Sebastian's brother was Manfred
Mann's Mike Hugg who wrote the group's first single,
'Sing Songs of Love' which of course appeared in the
soundtrack to 'Up The Junction'.
Iceman is the
group's second single, their first single has also been
compiled on Rubble Six