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Genre: Rock / Reggae
Performer: Barry Reynolds
Album: I Scare Myself
Country: US
Released: 1982
MP3 version ZIP size: 1882 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1811 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1342 mb
Rating: 4.9
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Barry Reynolds ‎– I Scare Myself. Label: Island Records ‎– WIP 6812. Written-By – Dan Hicks. B. Till The Doctor Gets Back. Written-By – Barry Reynolds.

I Scare Myself 】【 1982 】. Album songs: . Scare Myself (Provided). Dangerous Acquaintances.

The best album by Barry Reynolds is I Scare Myself which is ranked number 84,903 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 1. Barry Reynolds is ranked number 33,462 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 1. Product Details. Barry Reynolds - I Scare Myself Holland - Import Condition: New. Time left: 2d 4h 43m 27s. Ships to: Worldwide. Barry Reynolds I Scare Myself vinyl LP 1982 Island Records EX 90011-1 Condition: Used. Time left: 4d 4m 36s.

I Scare Myself by Thomas Dolby (1984).

Had the wonderfully talented Barry Reynolds and Audrey O' Brien in store today signing ALL of our copies of 'Deirdre Agus Mic Uisnigh' for us!. The tragic tale of Deirdre and the sons of Uisneach is one of the classics of Irish literature, skillfully retold in graphic novel format by Colman O' Raghallaigh and superbly illustrated by Barry Reynolds and Audrey O' Brien.

Barry Reynolds, born in Bolton, Lancashire, is a British guitar player, songwriter, composer and producer, best known for his long lasting collaboration with Marianne Faithfull. Reynolds first emerged with the band Pacific Drift which recorded one album that was released in 1970. Reynolds served as guitar player, one of the songwriters and lead vocalist for this short lived quartet from Manchester, England. Feelin' Free the band's only album was released on Deram Nova in 1970. The album was reissued by Grapefruit Records on CD in 2010 After joinin.

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A1 I Scare Myself 4:33
A2 Irony
Backing Vocals – Judy Mowatt, Marcia Griffiths
A3 Guilt 3:19
A4 More Money 3:09
A5 Till The Doctor Gets Back 5:00
B1 Broken English 5:29
B2 TImes Square 4:40
B3 Over Here (No Time For Justice)
Backing Vocals – Judy Mowatt, Marcia Griffiths
B4 Give Me Love 3:26
B5 The Bold Fenian Men 3:32


  • Bass – Robbie Shakespeare
  • Drums – Sly Dunbar
  • Guitar – Mikey Chung
  • Guitar, Vocals – Barry Reynolds
  • Keyboards – Wally Badarou
  • Percussion – Uzziah Thompson*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
90011-1 Barry Reynolds I Scare Myself ‎(LP) Island Records 90011-1 US 1982
EDCD 511 Barry Reynolds I Scare Myself ‎(CD, Album, RE) Edsel Records EDCD 511 UK 1997
L-37942 Barry Reynolds I Scare Myself ‎(LP) Island Records L-37942 Australia 1982
99 00111 Barry Reynolds I Scare Myself ‎(LP) Island Records 99 00111 Canada 1982
ILPS 19713 Barry Reynolds I Scare Myself ‎(LP, Album) Island Records ILPS 19713 Italy 1982

Some years ago now I became aware of guitarist Barry Reynolds via his contributions to the ace Grace Jones Compass Point sessions. Of course, in checking out a sideman’s solo effort (as I did in much more recent times), one risks the possibility of discovering that singing ain’t exactly their forte, which is why they were never frontmen in the first place – step forward Keith Richards, Walter Becker, et al. Thankfully, unlike them Reynolds is capable of carrying a tune in a pleasant if indistinct manner, that neither enhances or detracts from the music. The main problem lies in the musical direction: Barry’s two most famous employers are the aforementioned Ms Grace and the musically contrasting Marianne Faithfull, and it comes over like he’s using this album as some kind of CV with both as references. So side 1 (featuring Compass Point regulars Sly & Robbie and Co.) is for the Jones-heads, kicking off with a okay crack at the Dan Hicks-penned title track (curiously enough also covered around the same time by Thomas Dolby, whose superior version has more harmonic twists). That’s followed by a couple of lukewarm efforts before things hot up a bit with “More Money” and “Til The Doctor Gets Back” that almost rival the best of the Jones recordings. Unfortunately Reynolds then puts his rock head on as side 2 heads deep into Faithfull territory, including songs co-written by Baz & Maz loaded with tiresome political cant – perhaps they should have paid more attention to the music rather than trying to put the world to rights, as to me it all sounds pretty ordinary and instantly forgettable. So, half a half-decent album as far as fans of the fearsome fashionista are concerned (the same may also apply to followers of Faithfull), therefore probably only worth hunting down if you’re an obsessive/completist of one or the other.

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