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The Dials


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There are various bands called The Dials:

1. A band from Brighton, UK formed in 2002 who play a hybrid of psychedelic garage, country, surf and folk music. They have released the following records on Gear Discs:
The Dials, 2007
Companions of the Rosy Hours, 2009
The Coracle, 2007
Where Did Our Love Go? 2007
Watch Her Walk Away, 2009

They have also recorded a number of sessions for BBC Radio 2 and 6 Music.

2. A Scottish Indie/ Rock band who have supported The Subways on their Glasgow date in September. They consist of:
Joe Hendry - Lead Vocal/Guitars, Murray Dunn - Bass Guitar/Backing Vocal/Excellent Bead-wearer and Jonny Fordie - Drums/Backing Vocal

Their songs include: “You Keep Me Running”, “No Turning Back”, “You Are The Reason” and “Angeline”

3. A 60’s girl-garage, power-pop, a la 80’s punk & roll powered band.

4. Ex-Cramps guitarist Bryan Gregory formed “The Dials” after leaving band “Beast,” (which then became “The Veil”) The band only released one self-released tape. It features an unreleased EP and demos recorded during their 1992-1995 existence. The Dials were: Bryan Gregory - Guitar, Andrella Canne - vocals, James Christopher - Guitar, Moses Choi - Bass, John Bechtel - Drums.


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  • thetrogg

    like this a lot

    16 Jul 2012 Reply
  • Darkson001

    Which one of the above had the track "The Coracle" on the EP "Fopp Award For New Music 2006 (London & The South East)"?

    2 Mar 2012 Reply
  • Ken-Fused

    Amoeba Amore is a really good LP. Fun live band too!

    30 May 2010 Reply
  • Stretchead

    The Dials were also a 70's punk band from south London...

    9 May 2010 Reply
  • Luminous2707

    Love the sixties psychedelic pop sound- faithfully captured and updated, a couple of the tracks are as good as any from that era. Though live in the gig i went to the their cleverness is lost in indiscriminate loudness

    5 Dec 2009 Reply
  • balzadelia

    great sound cant find the albums on CD yet

    27 Aug 2009 Reply

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