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Johnny Domino

Johnny Domino

Johnny Domino


Born from an egg on a mountaintop, Giles and Steve formed JOHNNY DOMINO in the summer of 1993. Over the next 3-4 years they recorded over 100 songs (which became known as THE SHITHOUSE MASTERS) on a series of knackered 4-track recorders, drafting in other players on an ad-hoc basis. Long-term S**THOUSE alumni Jim became a full-time Domino in 1996, closely followed by Marc. As well as gigging, in May - June 1997 they recorded what would be their self-tiled mini LP (released on Blackbean and Placenta, USA, 1999). Read more on Last.fm
Born from an egg on a mountaintop, Giles and Steve formed JOHNNY DOMINO in the summer of 1993. Over the next 3-4 years they recorded over 100 songs (which became known as THE SHITHOUSE MASTERS) on a series of knackered 4-track recorders, drafting in other players on an ad-hoc basis. Long-term S**THOUSE alumni Jim became a full-time Domino in 1996, closely followed by Marc. As well as gigging, in May - June 1997 they recorded what would be their self-tiled mini LP (released on Blackbean and Placenta, USA, 1999). Soon after they started a much more ambitious home recording project, recording over 30 tracks for what would be the RABBIT THEMES CD. After upgrading to an 8-track tape machine they spent 1999 playing many TRIUMPHANT gigs, and recording the PLAYERS CD. All those gigs must have knackered them, as they saw in the new millenium by staying in and recording of THE FIRST 100 YEARS CD in 2001. The next two years saw them playing live, writing, drinking tea and recording SOLID GROUND. Shortly after releasing that album in 2004, they finally discovered a drummer in their midst, the JeffBot 3000. In 2005, Johnny Domino released the BEST OF THE SHITHOUSE MASTERS compilation as a free download, featuring the best of their earliest recordings. They also began a group MP3 Blog, Domino Rally, where they talked about their favourite music. Despite writing new material, the last recording JD did was an interpretation of the traditional "I Saw Three Ships", included on the AAS Christmas compilation "Kung-Fu Santa With A Christmas Punchbag" (Christmas 2005). Child-rearing, time constraints and health issues meant that it was difficult for the band to continue. Johnny Domino played their final gig on December 23, 2006 at The Vaults, Derby. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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