The Go-Betweens - Cattle And Cane album
Cattle and Cane" is a song by the Australian alternative rock band The Go-Betweens, released as the first single from their second album Before Hollywood. It was released as a single in the United Kingdom by Rough Trade Records in February 1983 and reached on the UK Independent Chart. The single and album were both released in Australia on Stunn, a small label allied with EMI. The Stunn pressings were of poor quality and their distribution limited.
Album: Before Hollywood, 2008. The Go-Betweens Cattle & Cane Album: Before Hollywood Year: 1983.
1978–1990 (Go-Betweens album). 1978–1990 (sometimes The Go-Betweens 1978–1990) is a 1990 compilation album by Australian band The Go-Betweens. The album draws together music spanning the band's career from their beginnings in Brisbane to their 1989 breakup, including singles, B-sides, songs recorded for broadcast and previously unreleased material. All songs by Grant McLennan and Robert Forster).
This song is by The Go-Betweens and appears on the album Before Hollywood (1983) and on the album Bellavista Terrace: Best of The Go-Betweens (1999). I recallA schoolboy coming homeThrough fields of caneTo a house of tin and timberAnd in the skyA rain of falling cindersFrom time to time the wasteMemory wastes. I recallA boy in bigger pantsLike everyoneJust waiting for a chanceHis father's watchHe left it in the showersFrom time to time the wasteMemory wastesAnd the wasteMemory wastes.
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My relationship with the Go-Betweens, and in particular this song, dates from 1982. The farm Grant McLennan – half of the front pairing of the Go-Betweens, alongside Robert Forster – grew up on, in northern Queensland in Australia, was a long way from my childhood home, in the southernmost part of New Zealand’s South Island, but the impressions they left felt the same. The song was recorded and released as the first single off of their second album Before Hollywood, which established their international reputation. Cattle and Cane rose to No 4 on the UK indie chart in 1983. It is one of the classic songs of the 80s. In 1983, McLennan described writing Cattle and Cane: I wrote (the song) to please my mother. She hasn’t heard it yet because my mother and stepfather live (on a cattle station) and they can’t get 240 volts electricity there, so I have to sing it over the phone to her.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for Cattle and Cane - The Go-Betweens live in England 1983. Jimmy Little - Cattle & Cane live (Go-Betweens cover version).
Cattle And Cane Lyrics. Cattle And Cane is found on the album Before Hollywood. Found on more albums: Bellavista Terrace: Best of the Go-Betweens Before Hollywood Before Hollywood Before Hollywood 1978-1990.
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- Producer – John Brand
NotesIssued with plain pink paper sleeve
Recorded by John Brand Oct.82
Released on Licence from Rough Trade Records
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