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Performer: The Slaughtermen
Title: Gospel Gold
Released: 1994
Style: Gospel, Indie Rock
Category: Rock / Funk, Soul
Rating: 4.5 ✦
Other format: MPC VOC MP1 MP3 AA MP4 TTA

The Slaughtermen are an Australian post-punk alternative southern gospel group, formed in Melbourne in 1984. Founder members of The Slaughtermen were Rob Eastcott (piano), Mark Ferrie (bass guitar, vocals), Jans Friedenfelds (aka Johnny Crash, drums; ex-JAB, Models, Sacred Cowboys), Pierre Jaquinot (guitar), Peter Linden (pedal steel) and Ian Stephen (vocals, keyboards).

In July 1987 Pendlebury released his debut solo album, Between the Horizon and the Dockyard, on Cleopatra Records which was co-produced by Pendlebury with Mark Woods. From 1986 Andrew Pendlebury joined a post-punk, Southern gospel group, Slaughtermen, with Ferrie, Ian Stephen on vocals, piano and organ; and Des Hefner on drums. The group released two albums, Still Lovin' You (1986) and Melbourne, Memphis and a Mansion in the Sky (1988), before Pendlebury re-focused on his solo career. This was followed by a second one, Tangents in 2008, and a third album, Silver and Gold in 2009.

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The Crock of Gold was the second full-length album by Shane MacGowan and the Popes and was released in November 1997 on ZTT Records. The Crock of Gold followed The Snake, MacGowan's first solo album after the breakup of The Pogues, and was less critically acclaimed than its predecessor. The album is named for the novel by Irish writer James Stephens. To date, it is the last full studio album MacGowan has recorded.

The Slaughtermen performed in August 2013 at the Caravan Club, Oakleigh, Victoria. Following the last song of the evening the band announced that it would no longer perform "Jesus Saves White Trash". The Slaughtermen performed twice in Sept 2014, in Melbourne, at Tago Mago in Thornbury and The Caravan Club in Oakleigh. The band once again revisited "Jesus Saves White Trash" due to many requests by the audience. Melbourne, Memphis and a Mansion in the Sky Agape (1988). Gospel Gold - Massive (1995). Temptation - Endtime (30 May 2007).

The Slaughtermen gained a following playing revved up versions of southern gospel songs and barroom country classics at inner city rock venues in Sydney and Melbourne between 1985 and 1988. The band enjoyed a year's residency at the Rising Sun Hotel in Melbourne which built a fairly even following of believers and sceptics. a b c McFarlane, Ian (1999). Encyclopedia entry for 'The Slaughtermen'". Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop. St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin.

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Tracklist

1 Mr Wonderful
2 Ready To Leave
3 The Rising Sun
4 Jesus Saves White Trash
5 Called Out
6 Love Will Roll The Clouds Away
7 Temptation
8 Jesus Walked All The Way
9 Going Over Yonder
10 Where Shall I Be?
11 The Last Sunday
12 What A Beautiful Day
13 Jesus Is Your Ticket To Heaven
14 When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder
15 Satan Has No Claim On Me
16 That Day Is Almost Here
17 God's Not Dead
18 When My Feet Touch The Streets Of Gold
19 King Jesus
20 God's In The Business

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – The Prince Of Wales Hotel
  • Recorded At – ABC Studios, Melbourne

Credits

  • Bass Guitar – Mark Ferrie
  • Drums – Des Hefner, Peter Jones (tracks: 1 to 6, 10)
  • Electric Guitar – Andrew Pendlebury, Terry Doolan
  • Liner Notes – Keith Glass
  • Piano – Ian Stephen (tracks: 7 to 9, 12 to 20)
  • Producer – Ian Stephen, Keith Glass
  • Vocals – Des Hefner (tracks: 12 to 20), Ian Stephen, Mark Ferrie (tracks: 12 to 20), Terry Doolan (tracks: 12 to 20)

Notes

Tracks 1 to 6, 10 Recorded at ABC Radio Studios, William Street, Melbourne, 23 March 1986
Tracks 7, 8, 9 recorded at Collingwood, Melbourne, Circa 1988
Tracks 12 to 20 recorded at the Prince of Wales, St. Kilda, Circa 1987

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 9 318273 104228