• sergeant buzfuz Go to the Devil and Shake Yourself (CD, £7.95)

    label: Blang

    “Go To The Devil And Shake Yourself” is the fifth Sergeant Buzfuz album. It chronicles the first fourteen centuries of the papacy. It started with songwriter Joe Murphy intending to tell a potted history of the papacy in a 5 minute song. He stopped when the song reached 7 minutes and the end of the first millennium. Even then he didn’t realise how many songs the story would stretch to. The next Buzfuz album will be completely pope-free. The one after that will return to the papal story. Buzfuz have played live 6Music sessions for Tom Robinson and Marc Riley. Joe Murphy is performing “Go To The Devil And Shake Yourself” as a one-man show for sixteen nights at the Edinburgh Festival Free Fringe in August 2012. Online press by Charm Factory PR. Paper press by Blang PR. Radio promotion by Rocket PR. // Ceaselessly inventive...14 candidates for John Peel’s Festive Fifty (RIP)” TimeOut // “Universally charming” NME // “absolutely brilliant” Tom Robinson, BBC 6 // “One of my favourite songs for some time... I love its spirit, I love the idea behind it, I love the fact that it’s like nothing else I’ve ever heard” Mark Lamarr, BBC Radio 2 // "perverse and memorable, modern-day folk music." Morning Star // Tracklisting: 1 Here Come The Popes Part 1, 2 Here Come The Popes Parts 2 and 3, 3 Here Come The Popes Part 4, 4 Theme 3, 5 Sur Le Pontiff D’Avignon, 6 Two Popes, 7 Palais Des Papes, Deserted, 8 A Hole In The Wall, 9 Gregory XII Vs Benedict XIII, 10 Benefictus The Fake, 11 Council Of Pisa, 12 Unholy Trinity, 13 Go To The Devil And Shake Yourself


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