GILLIAM – R.E.S. (Cardiacs cover)

Israeli progressive nonsense band "Gilliam" performing Cardiacs' "RES" in the OzenBar Club, 25.12.09. For more of Gilliam visit: Gilliam are: Nadav Lazar - bassErez Kariel - guitar, percussionUri Marom - clarinetNoam Dorembus - saxophoneLiad Cohen - trumpetDov Rosen - drums [Verse 1]A stitch in time saves nine in timeTo stay alive 'cause we… Continue lendo GILLIAM – R.E.S. (Cardiacs cover)


Cardiacs Tribute – R.E.S. (Toneheim folkehøgskole 2010)

From the DVD of the final concert at Toneheim folkehøgskole 2010. Sindre Dybvik - vocals and general madnessAxel Magnus Gaasø - keyboards and arrangingPer Elling Kobberstad - guitarTorgeir Aase Løseth - drumsSimen Eifring - tromboneSigurd Waldemar Nybo - bass [Verse 1]A stitch in time saves nine in timeTo stay alive 'cause we are so… Continue lendo Cardiacs Tribute – R.E.S. (Toneheim folkehøgskole 2010)

TREDICI BACCI – Tarred & Feathered (live)

New York-based 13-piece ensemble Tredici Bacci was formed by composer Simon Hanes in spring of 2013 as a vehicle to bring his unique musical vision to the stage, and to seduce the ears and minds of the northeast underground music scene.The instrumentation of female vocals, string quartet, horns, accordion and rhythm section is specifically designed to capture the musical… Continue lendo TREDICI BACCI – Tarred & Feathered (live)

CARDIACS – A Little Man and a House

Sourced from the recently unearthed VHS courtesy of Cardiacs discord user gen, this is a different version of the clip that was commercially available on the "Pirates Of The Panasoniks" tape, with no video mixing effect. Stereo audio taken from 2015 reissue of "The Seaside" Cardiacs are an English rock band formed in Kingston… Continue lendo CARDIACS – A Little Man and a House

CARDIACS & OCEANSIZE – Live @ The London Astoria (2002)

Cardiacs are an English rock band formed by Tim Smith (lead guitar and vocals) and his brother Jim (bass, backing vocals) in 1977 under the name Cardiac Arrest. The band's sound fused circus, baroque pop and medieval music with progressive rock and post-punk, adding other elements like nursery rhymes and sea shanties. Tim Smith was the primary lyricist, noted for his complex and innovative compositional style. He and his brother were the only constant members in… Continue lendo CARDIACS & OCEANSIZE – Live @ The London Astoria (2002)

CARDIACS – Signs / Fiery Gun Hand (live on BBC, 1999)

Cardiacs were an English rock band formed by Tim Smith (lead guitar and vocals) and his brother Jim (bass, backing vocals) in 1977, under the name Cardiac Arrest. The band's sound fused circus, baroque pop and medieval music with progressive rock and post-punk, adding other elements like nursery rhymes and sea shanties. Tim Smith was… Continue lendo CARDIACS – Signs / Fiery Gun Hand (live on BBC, 1999)

CARDIACS – Obvious Identity (live)

Cardiacs have released five studio albums and two extended plays along with a number of singles, compilations, live albums and demos. The group was formed by brothers Jim and Tim Smith in 1977, under the name Cardiac Arrest, releasing a self-titled debut EP in 1979 and the demo album The Obvious Identity the following year.… Continue lendo CARDIACS – Obvious Identity (live)

CARDIACS – Special Garage Concert (2003)

The Special Garage Concerts Vol I & II is the fourth live album by Cardiacs. It was recorded over three nights at the Garage in London and released exclusively on CD. At these concerts, Cardiacs only played songs that predated 1984, some of which had not been heard for many years. The track 'Gloomy… Continue lendo CARDIACS – Special Garage Concert (2003)

CARDIACS – The Breakfast Line

From the album A Little Man And A House And The Whole World Window (1988) [Intro: a slowed-down version of R.E.S. plays, followed by overlapping dialogue]"People need to be on the table""On the table, we can plead the right to say that I've created my own monster! (created my own monster)""Ant and bee and the ABC,… Continue lendo CARDIACS – The Breakfast Line


From The Seaside Treats VHS tape (1984) R.I.P. Timothy Charles Smith (3 July 1961 – 21 July 2020). Tim Smith was an English singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer and music video director who gained attention as frontman of Cardiacs, a band he started with his brother Jim Smith. [Verse 1]A stitch in time saves nine… Continue lendo CARDIACS – R.E.S.