As Johnny Dangerously, Bramwell released the mini-album You, Me and the Alarm Clock in 1989. It was acclaimed in The Guardian newspaper as one of "the greatest albums you've never heard", a track from which was re-released as a B-side to an I Am Kloot single "Over My Shoulder". In 2013 Bramwell contributed leading vocals for song "Measurement of Moving On" on Felix White's (The Maccabees) solo EP release titled Cosmo.
You, Me and the Alarm Clock is a solo mini-LP by John Bramwell (I Am Kloot). The album was released in 1989 on Village Records label. Bramwell was almost 24 years old at that time and performed under pseudonym Johnny Dangerously. The album was recorded and produced by John Bramwell at Sugarloaf Studios in Abergavenny (south-east Wales).
The album is inspired by the spirit of liberty, independence, adventure and solitude that John has enjoyed on the road, as well as the diverse emotions that escape and travel can bring about – from sadness to exhilaration. His live show is testament to that too. Audiences can expect a highly personal experience from a performer who has completely immersed himself in the experience of connecting with live audiences of all kinds.
Johnny Dangerously's mini album You, Me And The Alarm Clock (1989) is offered as a John Bramwell album by streaming services such as this site. From The Guardian (2006): "Johnny Dangerously looked like a griddle chef, but had the voice of an angel. When he walked on stage, he carried only a guitar and a plastic crate.
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1 Junk Culture 2 Pierfront Arcade 3 You, Me And The Alarm Clock 4 Black And Blue 5 This Town And Mary 6 Tearing It Down. This is 2012 CD reissue of the 1989 release You, Me And The Alarm Clock under the name of Johnny Dangerously.