Saville formed in Coolock in 1995. Their first demo was awarded Demo Tape Of The Year by Hot Press the same year. In 1996 they recorded a Dave Fanning Show session and began an association with the Lebrija Music Festival in Spain which they headlined for several years running. Their performance was broadcast on local TV in Spain. In 1997 they contributed a track to a Bosnian charity CD. A low budget video of their contribution 'Vinyl' was subsequently broadcast on Top Of The Pops 2 on BBC2, making them the first unsigned act to appear on the long running charts show. Saville finally debuted with the self-released Four Play EP the same year. A second single followed in 1998, followed by the debut album in 2000. 'Is Anybody Happier Today' is an eclectic mix of melodic pop songs.
Produced by: Tosh Flood and Ken O'Duffy.
String arrangements and orchestration by: Tosh Flood.
Conducted by: Peter Husband.
Recorded at Ernest Studios & Bigwig H.Q., Dublin, Ireland.
Recorded & engineered by Eoin O'dea (for Blue Pencil Productions)
Mixed by: Tosh Flood and Ken O'Duffy.
Remix by: Tosh Flood, at 114, February 2000.
• The Last Day Of Summer
CDS - label? - BW 003 - 15 September 2000
Taken from the debut album.
Voice & Acoustic Guitar - Ken O'Duffy
Drums And Drum Program - Johnny Stamp
Bass Guitar And Bass Synth - Vinny Duffy
Electric Guitars, Wurlitzer Electronique Piano, Synth And Voice - Tosh Flood
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