Rag Dolls: Such A Crime Limited Pressing *Dave Kusworth*
We've been waiting 30 years for this album. The Rag Dolls was Dave Kusworth's band before he becamethe Jacobites with Nikki Sudden. Dave's guitar and vocals complemented by Simon "Slim" Cartwright on lead vocals, Mark Lemon on bass and Carl Bevan on drums, the band recorded three studio sessions between 1982 and 1984 from which only a couple of tracks appeared on compilations. "Such A Crime" corrects that oversight, with 15 studio tracks including original versions of "Pin Your Heart to Me" and "Snow White" (later recorded by The Jacobites) and 3 bonus live/rehearsal tracks.
Digitally remastered by John Rivers at Woodbine Studios in Leamington Spa (where the Rag Dolls first session was recorded in November 1982), sleeve and artwork by the man responsible for both Jacobites" and "Robespierre's Velvet Basement",
David "Twisty" Twist, extensive sleeve notes by Pat Fish (aka The Jazz Butcher), co-ordinated by John Purcell and Chris Coleman with full co-operation from the band, "Such A Crime" will fill a gap in the record collection of any fan of classic pop rock."
1.Such A Crime
2.Pin Your Heart To Me
5.Rock'n'Roll Club Dance
6.What You Don't Know (You Won't Show)
8.Streets Of Gold
10.Nine Times Out Of Ten
14.Such A Crime #2
15.Lucky Smiles #2
16.Fortune Of Fame (Live)
17.Silken Sheets (Rehearsal)
18.Vanity Box (Rehearsal)