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The Mekons - Where Were You? (Single)

Where Were You

The Mekons are a British rock band. Formed in the late 1970s, they are one of the longest-running and most prolific of the first-wave British punk rock bands. The band was formed in 1977 by a group of University of Leeds art students : Jon Langford, Kevin Lycett, Mark White, Andy Corrigan and Tom Greenhalgh - the Gang Of Four and Delta 5 formed from the same group of students. ... (read more at Wikipedia)

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Festive Fifty Entries

Sessions

Six sessions. Please add details of any commercial release.

1. Recorded: 1978-03-07. First broadcast 14 March 1978. Repeated 12 April 1978, 01 June 1978, 27 March 1979.

  • Garden Fence Of Sound / Where Were You / Letters In The Post / Lonely And Wet / Dance And Drink The Mekons / Dan Dare-Out Of Space (It's A Really Nice Place)

2. Recorded: 1978-09-25. First broadcast 02 October 1978. Repeated 07 November 1978, 29 March 1979.

  • Like Spoons No More / Trevira Trousers / What Are We Going To Do Tonight / Rosanne / I'll Have To Dance Then (On My Own)

3. Recorded: 1979-11-05. First broadcast 19 November 1979. Repeated: ?

  • I Saw You Dance / Watch The Film / After 6 / Beetroot

4. Recorded: 1980-12-17. First broadcast 05 January 1981. Repeated: 21 January 1981

East Is Red / Weak Chain / The Building / English White Boy Engineer

5. Recorded: 1985-09-03. First broadcast 16 September 1985. Repeated: 30 September 1985

  • Hey Susan! / Beaten And Broken / Deep End / Chop That Child In Half

6. Recorded: 1987-02-10. First broadcast 23 February 1987. Repeated: 11 March 1987, 15 June 1987

  • Danton / Skid Row / Revenge / Sophie

Featured in shows

1978
  • 20 December 1978: I’ll Have To Dance Then (On My Own) (7” – Where Were You) Fast

1979

1980
1981
1982
1983
1985
  • 23 July 1985: Flightcraft (LP - Fear & Whiskey) Sin
  • 19 August 1985: Lost Highway (LP - Fear And Whiskey) Sin Record
  • 26 August 1985: 'Flightcraft (LP-Fear And Whiskey)' (Sin Record Company)
  • 26 November 1985: Flitcraft (v/a LP - Dig This - A Tribute To The Great Strike) Forward Sounds
1986

1987

1988
1989
Others

External Links

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