Clog Dance: The Very Best of Violinski is a compilation album by Violinski. It marked the first time a lot of Violinski's songs had appeared on CD, the reason being that their original master tapes had been missing for over 20 years and had only just been discovered in an unmarked London tape vault. Clog Dance" (Marcangelo). From the album "No Cause for Alarm". Silent Love" (de Albuquerque). From the album "Stop Cloning About". Captain Dandy" (Hodgson).
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Listen to music from Violinski like Clog Dance, Silent Love & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Violinski. Violinski was a shortlived outfit formed in 1978 by the former Electric Light Orchestra members Mik Kaminski on violins, and Mike de Albuquerque on guitar and vocals; plus Baz Dunnery, John Hodson (drums), Paul Mann, John Marcangelo (keyboards), Iain Whitmore (bass and vocals) and Rod Butler who played lead guitar for a while and appeared on the Top of the Pops TV show.
From the album "Stop Cloning About". What's Your Game" (Marcangelo). Princess of Darknes" (Instrumental rough mix) (Marcangelo). Previously unreleased early version of "Cow". Caped Crusader" (Hodgson). Violinski - was a shortlived outfit formed in 1977 by Electric Light Orchestra member Mik Kaminski on violins, and former member Mike de Albuquerque on guitar and vocals; plus Barry Dunnery, John Hodgson (drums), Paul Mann, John Marcangelo (keyboards) an.
They released two albums, No Cause for Alarm (1979), and Stop Cloning About (1980); and later featured on the Electric Light Orchestra's compilation album, Friends & Relatives. In early 1979 Violinski made the UK Singles Chart, thus becoming a one hit wonder with their instrumental single, "Clog Dance", which made Number 17 in March. The track was written by Marcangelo.
CreditsMichael d'Albuquerque - Guitar, Vocals
John Hodson - Drums
Mik Kaminski - Violin
John Marcangelo - Keyboards
Violinski - Primary Artist
Iain Whitmore - Bass, Vocals