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Too Much For The Whiteman

From: Tuam

Active: 1985-89?

Style: Rock/Reggae

Lineup:

Bio:

Formed after the demise of All Cats Are Grey by Mouse McHugh, Alan Flynn and Cat manager Leo Moran who'd earlier played in The Mix. Leo Moran left in 1986, long before their singles were recorded.

Too Much For The Whiteman appeared on the Courier soundtrack in 1988 and released two singles in 1989, followed by a third in 1990. They split sometime after.

After Leo Moran left in 1986, he began performing with vocalist Mary O'Connor and pursuaded Davy Carton (ex Blaze X) to join them and they, along with John 'Turps' Burke and Padraig Stevens, became the first lineup of the Saw Doctors,

Mouse McHugh's brother Jimmy did the cover artwork for the Blaze X single.



Discography

• various artists - The Courier OST
LP - Virgin Records - V2517 - 1988
See Compilations section for full track listing.


• Put Your Mind At Ease / Waiting For You
7" - Black Cat Records - BC 01 - 1989 - PS


• Suburban Blues / The Pretender
7" - Black Cat Records - BC 02 - 1989 - PS


• Inspiration / All You Need
7" - Xeric Records - XER 04 - 1990 - PS



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See Also: Saw Doctors



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