There And Back Again: A Guided Tour To Sarah Records’ First 50 Singles

By: Ryan Foley

Posted 05/01/2007 - 10:34:13 PM by eraserhead:
 this is a great article. "Pristine Christine" is one of the best songs I can name. Anyone else hear the influence of Another Sunny Day in A Sunny Day in Glasgow? I can't help but think they influenced not only their name, but their core sound. oh yeah, #4 is missing by the way.
Posted 05/02/2007 - 12:35:37 PM by RFoley:
 Sarah 004 was a fanzine. I made a reference to it in the blurb for "Come Get Me."
Posted 05/04/2007 - 05:28:55 AM by jazzrule:
 Wonderful. I look forward to the rest of this article. I need to get my hands on earlier stuff by the wake.
Posted 05/04/2007 - 07:08:41 AM by electricsound:
 The Golden Dawn had at least one other 45 - "No Reason Why" on Sarah-castoffs label Heaven Records. It was not very good. Oh and a split single with Velvet Crush. Also if you count Sha-La-La releases the Poppyheads had two - the Postcard For Flossy flexi being the other, superior, release.
Posted 05/11/2007 - 06:45:59 PM by chazmao:
 Thanks a lot. Now I'm completely obsessed.