The Week That Was
Life in post-war Britain was a fairy tale--grim. The first teenagers were ripe to exploit an austere, recovering Britain, which they saw as stale and complacent. Enter the Bright Young Things: Alan Bennett, Richard Ingrams, Willy Rushton, Jonathan Miller, David Frost, Dudley Moore and Peter Cook. Their combined energies gave rise to now-legendary endeavours such as Beyond the Fringe, the club The Establishment, That Was the Week That Was (TW3) and Private Eye.
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A1 That Was The Week That Was A2 I've Heard Of Politics But This Is Ridiculous A3 326098 L/Cpl. Wallace A. J. Royal ignals A4 Emergency Call A5 Lawrence Of Arabia A6 Regella A7 Party Line A8 Salvation Army A9 Dixon A10 Peter Cadbury B1 Engagement B2 If You're Game, Baby B3 Safe Comedian B4 Stop Press B5 Ad Nauseam B6 Skybolt B7 Faith In The Nuclear Age B8 Fly Buttons B9 Well I Must Admit, Sir B10 Closing Titles
Limited two CD set containing a pair of albums by solo projects formed by Field Music mainmen Peter and David Brewis. Disc One contains The Week That Was' 2008 self-titled debut album, which was Peter Brewis' foray into solo territory. Disc Two contains the 2008 album Sea From Shore by David Brewis' School Of Language. Together or apart, the Brewis brothers create some of the finest Pop music to come from the UK in many a year.