Weddings Play Sports and Falcons


Weddings Play Sports and Falcons

Infobox Album | Name = Weddings Play Sports and Falcons
Type = Album
Artist = Weddings Parties Anything


Released = 1990
Recorded =
Genre = Rock / Folk rock
Length =
Label = Virgin Records
Producer =
Reviews =
*Allmusic Rating|3|5 [http://wm01.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:jvfoxqtjldde link]
Last album = "No Show without Punch" (1990)
This album = "Weddings Play Sports (and Falcons)" (1990)
Next album = "Difficult Loves" (1992)

"Weddings Play Sports (and Falcons)" is a mini-album released by Australian rock band Weddings Parties Anything of cover songs of two Australian bands, The Sports and The Falcons.

The album title is reminiscent of an album released by The Sports - "The Sports play Dylan (and Donovan)"

Track listing

# "Reckless" (Ed Bates, Stephen Cummings, Andrew Pendlebury)
# "Softly, Softly" (Stephen Cummings, Andrew Pendlebury)
# "Stop the Baby Talking" (Stephen Cummings, Andrew Pendlebury)
# "So Young" (Jeff Burstin, Joe Camilleri, Tony Faehse)
# "Strangers on a Train" (Martin Armiger)
# "Last House on the Left" (Stephen Cummings, Andrew Pendlebury)


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