NME – Gavin Martin (May 27th, 1989) ‘Eschewing currently fashionable national musical traits – Celtic roots revivalism and anthemic rock pride – ‘Each Man’ doesn’t sound the way a major Irish album of ’98 is. But a major album it is. The cabaret waltzes and orchestrated vignettes pursue Friday’s grand tangle of themes – the…

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Each man kills the thing he loves Each man kills the thing he loves, by each let this be heard. Some do it with a bitter look, some with a flattering word. The coward does it with a kiss, the brave man with a sword. Some kill their love when they are young, some when…

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An interview with Gavin Friday and the Man Seezer Dave Fanning Rock Show RTE radio, May 2, 1989 What’s an hour and five minutes of music? [G] The album is. Really? It goes on for 65 minutes, does it? [G] Almost, yeah. CD-age… but ultimately, an album. Not a record, an album. Not many people…

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