Auntie Rose - Auntie Rose

Tuesday 1st October 1991
Auntie Rose - Auntie Rose

STYLE: Rock
RATING 4 4 4 4
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 25378-CAS1433
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: Cassette Single

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

One of the successes of this year's Green belt Fringe, their jokey name (apparently there is an Auntie Rose back in Glasgow) hides the identity of most of Live Option, who before they broke up in 1990 were one of Scotland's evangelisitic rock bands. Here you get three songs on a neat little demo. Don't know what the lyrics of "American Girl" say if anything at all, but it's beefy rock with plenty of heavyish guitar licks and a drive which demands response from the feet. The acoustic ballad "Green Room" tries to build soulfully but is rather dull. All in all not bad guys. Love to auntie.

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Reader Comments

Posted by Jim Falconer @ 20:24 on Aug 23 2013

It said at that start if the article the band/ artist is deceased/ disbanded!! Happy to report all the various members of the dream that was Auntie Rose are not the former. Alive & kicking and all up to something. In my case ( thanks anonymous) yes, I run performing arts in a London college helping young people achieve. Rita Ora was one of my ex-students although her success was everything to do with Jay Z and nothing to do with me!

John Dunlop- if you see this I hope you are very well mate.

And, of course, Elouise. Very best wishes too.


Reply by Tony in Glasgow @ 03:55 on Dec 30 2015

Hi Jim,I hope that you're well.In case you don't remember me,I was a young,long haired ne'er do well that you guys(AR) helped massively back in the early 90's,when you lived in Hugo st.I recall that you bought me a drink in Queen st in the late nineties...as always,a class act sir.All the best in your future endeavours.

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Posted by Anonymous @ 02:25 on Sep 28 2012

Works at st charles college in london as head of performing arts



Posted by John in Glasgow @ 23:03 on Jul 15 2010

What happened to the Guys anyway I worked at the studio in 95 for the terrorise ep. and was tryin to get in touch ?


Reply by John Dunlop in Glasgow @ 23:45 on Jul 26 2014

Still havent found Jim Falconer but I met Liam Kidd ex manager . no-one has heard from Jim or Paz john or craig ?

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Reply by Elouise in Warwick @ 21:30 on Aug 28 2010

no idea. I was trying to find Jim Falconer. If you got anywhere, please tell me.

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