Twice Nightly (LP, Album, San). Twice Nightly (CD, Album, RE). Sony Music Special Products. CDM RED 343. The Tremblers.
Had CBS put out four or five discs by the Tremblers the band may have been enormous. Noone is a consummate showman whose work onstage The Pirates of Penzance or on his ever-present Teen Idols Tour proves he can't sit still anyway - it was probably his incessant touring that got Sony to re-release this on CD.
The Tremblers’ was actually a blanket term for him plus those who assisted in the recording of, and what concert promotion there was for Twice Nightly, an album whose content was reflected in contemporary interviews during which Noone professed a liking for new wave acts like the Pretenders and Elvis Costello, and inserted the odd un-Herman-like swear word. Among studio helpmates on the record were John Farrar, Darryl Dragon, Nigel Olssonand Dave Clark
Had CBS put out four or five discs by the Tremblers the band may have been enormous. Big hooks, very relaxed arrangements and a wonderfully flowing beat for your dancing shoes make this album a small pop masterpiece without having to make big gestures.
Twice Nightly by The Tremblers. Peter Noone’s 80s incarnation. Record Collector is the world's leading authority on rare and collectable records. Unfortunately it didn’t work in the early 80s, when this album first appeared as, even then, it sounded just a tad contrived. Still, it’s all good clean fun with its muted drums, chugging . ex-rooted guitars, and interjected synth riffs. The songs are almost all Noone’s own and, while being catchy and commercial, never wander too far from the formula.
Information for album "Twice Nightly": Tremblers.
The Tremblers were a short-lived new wave group led by Peter Noone (of Herman's Hermits) that toured in 1980 and released one album, "Twice Nightly. Along with Noone, the members of the band were Greg Inhofer (keyboards), Robert Williams (drums, formerly with the Pop), George Conner (lead guitar) and Mark Browne (bass). According to the liner notes of the album, several musicians provided "licks & tricks," including members of Tom Petty's Heartbreakers, Elton John's backing band, Daryl Dragon and Dave Clark.
Tremblers are a New World group of passerine birds related to mockingbirds and New World catbirds. Like these, they are in the family Mimidae. There are 2-4 species in one genus, Cinclocerthia, which is endemic to the Lesser Antilles: Grey trembler (Martinique trembler), Cinclocerthia (gutturalis) gutturalis. Saint Lucia trembler, Cinclocerthia (gutturalis) macrorhyncha. Southern) brown trembler, Cinclocerthia (ruficauda) ruficauda. Northern brown trembler, Cinclocerthia (ruficauda) tremula.
|1||You Can't Do That||3:16|
|3||She Was Something Else||2:54|
|4||I'll Be Taking Her Out Tonight||2:58|
|6||I Screamed Anne||3:28|
|7||Wouldn't I ?||3:33|
|9||Maybe I'll Stay||2:53|
|11||Don't Say It||4:27|
- Manufactured By – Sony Music Special Products
- Bass – Mark Brown
- Guitar – Geo Conner
- Guitar, Vocals – Peter Noone
- Keyboards – Gregg Inhofer
Previously released as Johnston Records NJZ 36532
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7989-27600-2 0
|NJZ 36532||The Tremblers||Twice Nightly (LP, Album, San)||Johnston Records||NJZ 36532||US||1980|
|CDM RED 343||The Tremblers||Twice Nightly (CD, Album, RE)||Cherry Red||CDM RED 343||UK||2008|
|NJZ 36532||The Tremblers||Twice Nightly (LP, RP)||Johnston Records||NJZ 36532||US||Unknown|
|EPC 84448||The Tremblers||Twice Nightly (LP, Album)||Epic||EPC 84448||UK||1980|
|NJZ 36532, JZ 36532||The Tremblers||Twice Nightly (LP)||Epic, Epic||NJZ 36532, JZ 36532||Canada||1980|