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Jools Holland left Squeeze again in early , and was not immediately replaced. In his stead, the band used session musicians such as Irving who was no longer an official band member , Snow, Steve Nieve , Bruce Hornsby and Carol Isaacs for the release Play , which came out on the Reprise label.
This release again spawned no UK hits, although in the US the singles "Satisfied" and "Crying in My Sleep" received significant airplay on modern rock stations, and in Canada "Satisfied" was a top 50 hit.
However, Reprise dropped the band after this album. Paul Carrack also returned to the band in , although by this point Squeeze was not so much a band as it was a trade name for Difford and Tilbrook plus sidemen.
Though not an official Squeeze member, Aimee Mann was featured on vocals and guitar at many Squeeze shows during Thomas also exited the band that year, and Carrack doubled on snare and keyboards for a few gigs before session drummer Andy Newmark was brought in.
Then—still in —Carrack left, which allowed keyboardist Andy Metcalfe to return to the band for a short spell, playing on some live dates. Drummer Kevin Wilkinson no relation to bassist Keith , formerly of The Waterboys and China Crisis , was also added around this time, replacing Newmark.
He lasted through the album Ridiculous , which was recorded by the quartet of Difford, Tilbrook, Wilkinson and Wilkinson.
The album spun off three minor hits in the UK: In addition, a minimally remixed version of "This Summer" became a No. Following the release of Ridiculous , Don Snow now known as Jonn Savannah returned to Squeeze yet again as their touring keyboard player, but by , the Squeeze line-up had officially dwindled down to just Difford and Tilbrook.
That year the duo, billed as Squeeze, released the non-album single "Down in the Valley" as a fundraising single for Charlton Athletic F.
Tilbrook formed the Quixotic label for this and future Squeeze-related releases, as well as releases by other artists.
For the album Domino , the band was again a quintet consisting of Difford, Tilbrook, bassist Hilaire Penda , ex- Del Amitri drummer Ashley Soan , and yet another returning keyboardist in the person of Christopher Holland.
Nick Harper often performed with this version of Squeeze, providing additional guitar and vocals. In January , just days before a planned tour, Chris Difford suddenly announced that he was taking a "hiatus" from Squeeze.
On 27 November , in Aberdeen , Scotland , Squeeze played their final gig before breaking up again. Difford and Tilbrook embarked on separate solo careers shortly thereafter.
In Difford and Tilbrook collaborated on a song for the first time since Domino. In , the pair worked with music journalist Jim Drury on the retrospective Squeeze: In this book they declared they had become better friends since breaking up the band than they ever were while Squeeze was together.
While bassist Keith Wilkinson was favourable to the idea and drummer Gilson Lavis expressed some interest, Jools Holland felt he was too busy with current projects to participate, and, crucially, both Tilbrook and Difford expressed reservations about working together in a band context at that point in time.
Stephen Large keyboards and Simon Hanson drums. On 7 July , at the "Return to the Summer of Love Party" at Hawkhurst , Kent, Difford and Tilbrook, each singing and playing acoustic guitars, played a seven-song set.
The first actual full-band Squeeze show since took place less than a week later, at their old haunt The Albany in Deptford on Thursday 12 July; this was actually billed as a "warm up" gig prior to the upcoming US tour, and was followed by GuilFest In November , the band released Five Live: However, within a matter of months, Large returned to the Squeeze line-up as Nieve left the band.
A track live recording, Live at the Fillmore , was issued on iTunes and as a limited-edition white vinyl double LP in April When the tour commenced, each live recording the band sold also came with a 4-song bonus disc entitled Packet of Four ; these were studio recordings of new Squeeze songs, their first studio recordings of new material in 14 years.
They were joined by Paul Jones on harmonica. Alongside other contemporary artists, the performance was part of a 50th anniversary celebration of the original recording of the first Beatles album of the same name in the same period of time.
Beginning in the autumn of , Difford and Tilbrook began touring as a duo, playing Squeeze hits in smaller venues in the UK.
Squeeze, still operating as a full band, also continued to play occasional festival shows through and From forward, Difford and Tilbrook repeatedly stated in interviews that they planned to produce an album of new Squeeze material; they alluded to this in on-camera interviews at V Festival in both and In January , it was announced that they would be spending part of the coming summer in Italy together writing songs for a new Squeeze album, and in an interview on BBC Radio Wales on 10 November , Tilbrook stated that Squeeze would be recording between January and March However these sessions never took place and Tilbrook ended up recording and releasing the solo album Happy Endings.
In July, Squeeze announced on their Facebook page that the album was entering the mastering stage. In July , the band announced a North American tour, along with two line-up changes: In August , Squeeze revealed the title of their fifteenth studio album as The Knowledge.
A new single, "Innocence in Paradise", was released ahead of the album. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification.
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