Another Times album, a loose concept piece about the ongoing collapse of civilization titled Enjoy the Times, also arrived in To play this content, you'll need the Spotify app. Ball bowed out of performing and recording for a while, becoming an executive with Creation Records , but by , label head Alan McGee persuaded him to make a new Times album, with members of Biff Bang Pow!
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Inthe first Times album, Pop Goes Art! InBall co-wrote with Tony Conway of Mood Six Up Against It, a theatrical adaptation of Joe Orton's unproduced screenplay for a Beatles film, and the Times released an album of music created for the show the same year.
Another Times album, a loose concept piece about the ongoing collapse of civilization titled Enjoy the Times, also arrived in Concurrently with the Times' run of recordings for CreationBall began releasing solo efforts, as well as material with his side projects Love Corporation and Conspiracy of Noise, but after Creation Records folded inlittle was heard from Ball, though he would rejoin Television Personalities inand occasionally perform live as the Times.
The Times were one of many projects launched by Edward Ball, a vocalist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who specializes in smart, sharply written pop tunes with lyrics that cast a wry and sometimes bitter gaze on U. With the Times, a collection of unreleased material dating back to Ball bowed out of performing and recording for a while, becoming an executive with Creation Recordsbut bylabel head Alan McGee persuaded him to make a new Times album, with members of Biff Bang Pow!
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The year also saw the release of Go! By this time, the Times were fully Ball's project, with a fluid lineup and Ball as the sole constant, and he continued to release material at a prolific pace, including the album Hello Europe and the EP Blue Period.