The Blue Aeroplanes are an English rock band from Bristol, the mainstays of which have been Gerard Langley, brother John Langley, and dancer Wojtek Dmochowski. All three had previously been members of the new wave "art band" Art Objects from 1978 to 1981. The Blue Aeroplanes first performed under that name at the King Street Art Gallery in Bristol in 1981
Band Name The Blue Aeroplanes. Album Name Tolerance. Labels Velvel Records. Music StyleRock Fusion. Members owning this album0. 2. Journal of an Airman. 6. Lover & Confidante.
Blue light-blue heat-blue aeroplanes mpo. Other Versions (5 of 6) View All. Cat. Tolerance (LP, Album). Emergo, Fire Records.
Album · 1989 · 19 Songs. More By The Blue Aeroplanes. See All. Beat Songs (Deluxe Version). Swagger (Deluxe Version).
The sustenance Langley drew from Bob Dylan's nasal monologues (as well as Lou Reed's) is evident on the band's second album, which offers wordy musings on subjects as diverse as Andy Warhol, "Soul," and . Auden's "Journal of an Airman" (recited here to somewhat less than dramatic effect). Luckily, the talented half-dozen bandmembers back him with a tight and coherent sound, full of post-punk's scratchy rhythm guitars and rubber band basslines, as well as the occasional effective embellishment on instruments like French horn and banjo.
This song is by The Blue Aeroplanes and appears on the album Tolerance (1985). You could measure the effects of that time in lightA lamp could be the mark of something newThere were plants and frames and paintings invisible structureShe did conceal him with her quick armsHer intent was the only thing that kept him there. And it was youWho said she looked olderWhile it was meWho stood by the doorBut it was youWho gave her the shelterThat she looked to him for.