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John Parish and PJ Harvey have made two albums together: 1996's Dance Hall at Louse Point and 2009's A Woman A Man Walked By.

The pair had previously been musical collaborators for several years. As a teenager growing up in rural England, Harvey contributed saxophone, guitar and backing vocals to Parish’s band Automatic Dlamini before forming her own band in 1991. Parish later served as co-producer, guitarist, percussionist and keyboard player on Harvey’s 1995 album To Bring You… read more

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  • Avatar for Nimbie
    beautiful
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    April is breathtaking!
  • Avatar for Jan-PhilippDohm
    Der sound ist echt sie hatt eine gute stimme und sieht mit der Gittare gut aus!
  • Avatar for MahaMatcheval
    Is that all there is?
  • Avatar for SucioVagabundo
    "The Soldier" is breathtaking. [2]
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    "The Soldier" is breathtaking.
  • Avatar for ArjunArman45
    I think Dance Hall is way catchier than AWAMWB, a lot of the tracks on there get stuck in my head real easy
  • Avatar for Peleiades
    vv i'm happy to see that. Dance Hall is possibly my all time favorite album since the first listen. i'm sad it's been overshadowed. AWAMWB is really great but it doesn't even begin to touch Dance Hall for me.
  • Avatar for tinangelnyo
    Batabid, i agree with you completely on this
  • Avatar for Batabid
    It took a real long time for 'dance hall at louse point' to properly "sink in". Now, it's one of the albums I play most. It's got a really peculiar atmosphere and the lyrics are absolutely brilliant, at times theatrical. The music is so visceral, and has this disoriented feel due to the chord changes and pj harveys often manic vocals. Theres not one dud on the album. I prefer it over 'a woman a man walked by' by quite a bit, although its not a bad album. Don't give up on 'dance hall at louse point'! It may not be catchy but then again thats not what its about....

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