An interesting cover of The Rolling Stones’ "She’s a rainbow". It is from the reissue album - however, an unusual version of it - of The World Of Twist’s album "Quality Street". This unusual version has 15 songs, instead of 13, with this one extra, and the song "Kick Out The Jams (Live)".
The original line-up of the band consisted of James Fry (vocals), Andrew Hobson (bass), Gordon King (guitar), Tony Ogden (drums), Rory Conolly (saxophone), Nick Phillips (organ) and Andy Robbins (synthesiser). This version soon disintegrated, and some years later a new line-up emerged, this time based in Manchester.
A short lived 1986 version of World of Twist featured Gordon King (vocalist and co-songwriter), Tony Ogden (co-songwriter), Andy Hobson (Bass, Keyboards), Neil Drabble (Visuals).
The 1989 version of World Of Twist featured Tony Ogden (now vocalist and co-songwriter), Gordon King (guitar and co-songwriter), and Andy Hobson (synthesisers) joined by Alan Frost (visual effects, synthesisers), Julia aka M.C. Shells (swirls and sea noises) and Angela Reilly (visual effects). Nick Sanderson (drums) joined some time later.
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