Fuzzo by Brigadier Ambrose, released 12 October 2009 1. Mind Reel 2. Bald Shins 3. Helium 4. Uh-Oh 5. Chatham Hill 6. Anthem For A Doomed Graduate 7. Waifs & Strays 8. Gandhi In A Dressing Gown 9. The Battle Of Ordnance Street 10. Moon & River 11. The Cat Won't Leave The Bag 12. Yours, Danube Song Original press release: Ransacked and flummoxed, heightened and stretched - here come Brigadier Ambrose and their debut album FUZZO
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Brigadier Ambrose are an alternative pop band from Chatham, England. After releasing a series of digital only singles, the band released their debut and only album to date Fuzzo in early 2010 through their own Brigadier Records (distributed by Nova/Universal). Fuzzo was entered into the Mercury Music Prize for 2010. The band were then inactive for several years, until regrouping in early 2015, with the single Jambon Dandy released in June 2015. Brigadier Ambrose featured heavily in Stephen . orris' book Do It Yourself: a History of Music in Medway, published by Cultured Llama in April 2015. After a recording hiatus of 7 years, during which time Goggin and Boorman formed the band Vlks, Brigadier Ambrose recorded two tracks with Jim Riley and Brendan Esmonde at Ranscombe Studios in March 2015. The first track, Jambon Dandy, was released on 8 June 2015.
Brigadier Ambrose: Are an alternative pop band from Chatham, England. After releasing a series of digital only singles, the band released their debut and only album to date Fuzzo in early 2010 through their own Brigadier Records. The band also performed at the Homespun festival in July 2015 - their first live show since 2008
Brigadier Ambrose - The Cat Won't Leave the Bag 02:26. Brigadier Ambrose - Anthem for a Doomed Graduate 04:58. Police - Brigadier Ambrose. How Popular You Ar. Brigadier Ambrose. Mrs Peel, We're Needed - Brigadier Ambrose. Buoyancy Aids - Brigadier Ambrose. Jambon Dandy - Brigadier Ambrose.
Chatham's Brigadier Ambrose are a diverse four piece band made up of David Goggin, Karl Butler and brothers Matthew and Daniel Boorman. Brigadier Ambrose first achieved national acclaim with their debut single 'How Popular You Are', which came out in April 2007. This was treated to substantial national radio airplay from Huw Stephens (BBC Radio One) and comedian Phill Jupitus (BBC 6 Music), leading to a BBC Maida Vale session for Radio One in June 2007.