Manage the Damage

Manage the Damage

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by Jimmy Somerville
     
 

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Product Details

Release Date:
01/11/2000
Label:
Instinct Records
UPC:
0720841050025
catalogNumber:
410500

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Jimmy Somerville   Primary Artist
Gini Ball   Violin
Dinah Beamish   Cello
Greg Bone   Guitar
Adrian Lee   Trombone
Dee Lewis   Background Vocals
Jos Pook   Viola
Sonia Slany   Violin
Colin Smith   Saxophone
Anne Stephenson   Violin
Gary Butcher   Acoustic Guitar
Jules Singleton   Violin
Nick Nasmyth   Wurlitzer
Claire Orsler   Viola
Paul Jason Fredericks   Background Vocals
James Sanger   Omnichord
Sophie Harris   Cello
Trevor Conner   Background Vocals,Counter Tenor (Vocal)
Simon Elms   Flugelhorn
Gillian Wisdom   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Jimmy Somerville   Programming,Producer
Sally Herbert   Programming,Producer,String Arrangements
Colin Smith   Brass Arrangment
Taylor Deupree   Art Direction
Ash Howes   Producer
James Sanger   Programming
Simon Elms   Brass Arrangment

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Manage the Damage 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
First thing I noticed about this CD is that the sleeve is totally different to the U K original.THAT sleeve was so atrocious that I printed out my own alternative so it now shows a lady wandering through a garden at the turn of the century and makes as much sense as the sleeve which showed an injured footballer. I even had to change the title so its now called LAY DOWN & OTHER SONGS I collect Jimmy Somerville because I collect the sessions of the string players,who were present as far back as the Communards' RED album of 1986.In fact Ann Stephenson,Jocelyn Pook and Ann Stephenson were made honorary Communards at the time.I'm also quite friendly with Ann and Gini Ball. Somerville has made some pretty powerful music in his time,his own songs being more interesting than his cover versions. And there could be a hidden meaning behind the last 2 titles ROLLIN' and STONE!!