Booth and the Bad Angel
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A one-album project: Booth and the Bad Angel (1996)
If you like James or Angelo Badalamenti, you'll love this.
This collaboration between Tim Booth of James and Angelo Badalamenti of David Lynch fame is beyond beautiful. Angelo's lush orchestration and Tim Booth's divine voice make for some truly breathtaking music. I only heard of them because of James, and most people aren't aware it even exists. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
Booth and the Bad Angel (1996)
Bernard Butler—guitars, percussion, piano, bass
Tim Booth and Angelo Badalamenti
This album is truly divine. Not a single weak song on the whole thing. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A track from this album can also be found on the "Martha, meet..." soundtrack
Thanks to Jessica Crispin for work on this entry.
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