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posted by davidt on Wednesday January 04 2006, @11:00AM
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January 1st 2006 | Second The Healers album out in Spring 2006
First of all a Happy New Year to you all! And we kick off with the news that The Healers' second album will be released in Spring 2006. Some songs recorded are:
The Sparks Of Life
Run In The Dust
Reign Down The New Days
I've Seen More
Save Ourselves Again.
December 16th 2005 | Johnny and the Healers play Manchester Versus Cancer charity concert
The big news is Johnny and the Healers are confirmed to appear at the Manchester Versus Cancer charity concert at the Manchester Evening News Arena on January 28th 2006. The concert is being organized by Andy Rourke and will include performances by New Order and Doves. Just to make it clear: THE SMITHS WILL NOT BE RE-FORMING AT THIS CONCERT. But there is a rumour that Andy Rourke may join the Healers for a song but we'll have to see what happens. Tickets go on sale Saturday 17th December.
Former Smith guitarist Johnny Marr has announced that a second and follow-up album to "Boomslang" by Johnny Marr & The Healers will be released in Spring 2006. Some songs recorded are: The Sparks Of Life, Run In The Dust, Reign Down The New Days, I've Seen More, Save Ourselves Again, Denial Denial. The band is also confirmed to appear at the Manchester Versus Cancer charity concert at the Manchester Evening News Arena on January 28th 2006. The concert is being organized by Andy Rourke and will include performances by New Order and Doves. The Smiths will not be re-forming at this concert, but there is a rumour that Andy Rourke may join the Healers for a song. "We'll have to see what happens", Johnny Marr says in a reaction to Side-Line. Marr has also recorded five tracks on the new Jane Birkin record to be released early next year on EMI records. The album furthermore features songs written by Rufus Wainwright, Beth Gibbons, Neil Hannon, Tom Waits and Kate Bush. Johnny recorded guitar and harmonica tracks in Ferber studios in Paris, where Serge Gainsbourg recorded a lot of his classic material. The album is produced by Gonzales.Finally, Johnny Marr will probably be playing on the new Lisa Germano album to be released next year. He played on "Into The Night" and "Paper Doll" from her last "Lullabies For Liquid Pig" album.