| January 29, 1990|
| The Quireboys|
| Bitter Sweet & Twisted
Rock music, Hard rock, Blues rock
The Quireboys albums, Hard rock albums
A Bit of What You Fancy is rock band The Quireboys's debut studio album, released in 1990. The album was released on EMI and went into the UK Albums Chart at #2.
Four of the tracks from this album ("7 O'Clock", "Hey You", "I Don't Love You Anymore" and "There She Goes Again") were released as singles, with promotional videos to go along with them. "Hey You" was the highest charting, as it reached #14 on the UK Singles Chart.
Notably, Bob Dylan and Steve Marriott's drummer Ian Wallace played on the album, though he was not a full-time member of The Quireboys. Jim Cregan, who played with Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel and Rod Stewart, co-produced the album.
All songs written by Spike and Guy Bailey, except where noted otherwise.
The Japanese release of A Bit of What You Fancy included 2 bonus tracks "Pretty Girls" and "How Do You Feel".Spike – vocals
Guy Bailey – guitar
Guy Griffin – guitar
Nigel Mogg – bass
Ian Wallace – drums
Chris Johnstone – keyboards
Myrna Mathews – background vocals
Clydene Jackson – background vocals
Julia Walters – background vocals
Kevin Savigan – string arrangement
Lee Thornberg – brass
7 O'Clock (1989) UK #36
Hey You (1989) UK #14
I Don't Love You Anymore (1990) UK #24
There She Goes Again (1990) UK #37
17 O'ClockA Bit of What You Fancy Wikipedia
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