Doncaster Don't Whisper (Again)

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Released late in 2011 by Doncaster based recording studio 'Higher Rhythm' Doncaster Don't Whisper is the second compilation that is a celebration of talented bands from Doncaster.
We were so proud that Portrait, a track initially from the first UV POP album - 'No Songs Tomorrow' and re-recorded earlier in the year (this is that re-recorded version) was to be included.
A rockier version of Portrait that was typical of the bands style back in 2011 this may surprise some UV POP followers. However they have once again changed their musical direction and the version they are currently doing live is more reminiscent of the early "Bendy Baby Man/Millbank Sessions" version. This of course means that what we have here is a version unavailable anywhere else and is unlikely to show up on any album or other compilation anywhere - so if you want it - best get it now..
All the songs are free to download and you can get them just by following the link on this page - right here.


released January 12, 2011


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UV POP Yorkshire, UK

The sound of U V PØP has always been a sophisticated blend of sadness; with morose North Country sense and a humorous confrontational sensibility.
Back again with new material and a carefully polished back catalogue there is evidence still of the melancholy that gave us all hope for today and tomorrow.

© J-P Shea.2010
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Track Name: Portrait
I know a small boy
With no love in his eyes
Like the love I know
But sadness and hate
He was not to know

When he goes to school
The other children will tease him
Tell their family
There’s a boy I know
Won’t fight back, cries like a baby

How many of you will say
Try and make friends with him
Bring him here to play
We’d like to meet him

Your daughter grows up
And you want her to marry
A respectable, qualified young man
He’s got a good job there
With excellent prospects
They look very nice together