The Sporting Life is an album by singer Diamanda Galás and t John Paul Jones, released on September 6, 1994 by record label Mute. Trouser Press described the album as "her most stimulating and broadly appealing work ye. Skótoseme" (Galás/Jones) – 6:27. Do You Take This Man?" (Galás/Jones) – 6:09. Dark End of the Street" (Chips Moman/Dan Penn) – 2:42. You're Mine" (Galás) – 5:10. Tony" (Galás) – 5:37.
Hamish Imlach (10 February 1940 - 1 January 1996) was a Scottish folk singer. He was born in Calcutta to Scottish parents but claimed to have been conceived in Glasgow, Scotland. Although his commercial success was limited, he influenced many other artists, including most notably John Martyn, Billy Connolly, and Christy Moore. In Central and Northern Europe Imlach enjoyed a strong reputation as a vivid live artist.
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Hamish Imlach had a multi-layered performing career, as an anti-nuclear activist, comedian, folk-singer, and political satirist. A native of Scotland, he began his recording career in 1966 on Transatlantic Records' XTRA label and ultimately cut eight popular LPs for the company over the next seven years
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