Siouxsie & the banshees siouxsie and the banshees dear prudence = querida prudencia


I look at the wall. And then I realise the wall is looking back at me. In fact, the wall is moving . It dawns on me that there are six or seven people leaning against the wall, clad all in black, maintaining a monkish silence, looking distant and more than a little bit tortured. The unremarkable Britpop tune comes to an end, and there’s a brief pause while the DJ fumbles with the controls. Then a new song begins. The song is Sisters of Mercy’s ‘Alice’.

For the Looking Glass sessions, which took place in September and October 1986, they chose material mainly dating from the first half of the 1970s, from an era preceding the 1976 formation of their band. Most of the songs were from artists who had influenced them: Roxy Music , John Cale , Iggy Pop , the Doors and Kraftwerk . Producer Mike Hedges , who hadn't worked with them since 1984, was called back. The instrumentation was different; for this album, they hired other instrumentalists including a brass section and a harpist. Musician Martin McCarrick , who became an official member of the Banshees after this album, created string arrangements for several tracks.


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