Bristol’s The Bad Joke That Ended Well return in full bloom, with their second full length, self-titled, away from the folk-wave cloud of their previous work where country and desert vibes ruled , The Bad Joke That Ended Well now deliver an album’s worth of full-psych-garage 70´s jams that if there was ever an second album that I’d recommend listening to , it would be this one.
Now let me tell you a little bit about them. Hailing from Bristol, England, The Bad Joke That Ended Well are the guitar, banjo and harmonica, played by John Turner blended well with the vocals of Alex Studer and the heady use of the drums, bass and organ by Matthew Davies, Jason Strickland and Eduardo Vizan Tascon and have grown into a fresh and tasteful take on a rather overpopulated genre.
Take my advice, this will be in my player for quite some time…
The Bad Joke That Ended Well – The Meteors are coming
released 10 September 2011
1.Big bag of wasps 06:11
2.Next of kin 03:45
3.Bet You Didn’t Know that 02:13
5.Shooting Gold 02:07
6.Here She Comes 02:55
7.Eve of the End 04:24
8.Salt Mine 03:59
The Bad Joke That Ended Well – The Bad Joke That Ended Well
released 05 December 2012
Here it is! The first release from Stolen Body Records. The Bad Joke That Ended Well’s Self Titled second album. A fierce psychedelic and garage rock album with dips into blues.
Available on vinyl at stolen body records. stolenbodyrecords.co.uk
1.Journey Man 02:33
2.I’m Not There 04:13
3.Hold My Hand 03:56
5.Rain Comes Down 02:59
6.Dance of the Dead 02:41
7.Sundown and Out 04:17