Bridewell Taxis


Bridewell Taxis Discography Tracks

Singles & EPs

none Bridewell Taxis - Lies album art Bridewell Taxis Lies(Flexi, S/Sided, Single) Not On Label none UK 1988 Sell This Version
BLAG 1 APT Bridewell Taxis - Just Good Friends album art Bridewell Taxis Just Good Friends(12", Single) Stolen Records BLAG 1 APT UK 1989 Sell This Version
Bridewell Taxis - Honesty / Aegis album art Bridewell Taxis Honesty / Aegis (Single) Stolen Records UK 1990 Sell This Version
Bridewell Taxis - Give In album art Bridewell Taxis Give In (Single) Stolen Records UK 1990 Sell This Version
Bridewell Taxis - Spirit album art The Bridewell Taxis* Spirit (Single) Stolen Records UK 1990 Sell This Version
Bridewell Taxis - Don't Fear The Reaper album art The Bridewell Taxis* Don't Fear The Reaper (Single) Stolen Records UK 1991 Sell This Version


Bridewell Taxis - Invisible To You '89-'91 album art Bridewell Taxis Invisible To You '89-'91 (Comp, Single) Stolen Records UK 1991 Sell This Version
BLAG11 Bridewell Taxis - Bridewell Revisited album art Bridewell Taxis Bridewell Revisited(6xCD, Comp, Dlx, Box) Stolen Sound People Records BLAG11 UK 2013 Sell This Version


JE209 Bridewell Taxis - Precious Times album art Bridewell Taxis ,The* Precious Times(VHS) Stolen Records JE209 UK Unknown Sell This Version


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January 11, 2010
The Bridewell Taxis (later The Bridewells) were a Leeds-based british rock group formed in 1988.

After a flexi-disc “Lies”, their first EP, Just Good Friends, released in 1989, reached number 18 on the UK Indie Chart. The band were often compared to Madchester bands such as Happy Mondays, and had a support slots for Inspiral Carpets, Happy Mondays, and Stone Roses. This was followed by a series of EPs through 1990 and 1991, including a cover of Blue Öyster Cult’s “Don’t Fear The Reaper”. They recorded a session for John Peel’s BBC Radio One show in 1990. Debut album Invisible To You, a collection of tracks from their singles was released in July 1991. The original line-up featured Mick Roberts (vocals), Simon Scott (bass), Glenn Scullion (drums), Sean McElhone (guitar), Chris Walton (trombone), and Gary Wilson (keyboards). Carl Finlow (keyboards) joined in the summer of 1991, replacing trombonist Chris Walton. The Bridewell Taxis split in late 1991 after failing to secure a record deal. Their final gig was at their spiritual home, the Warehouse in Leeds. An abbreviated version of the band reappeared in 1992 with a shift in sound, and a shortened name, an EP Smile followed by a second album, Cage later that year. Only Mick Roberts and Chris Walton remained from the original line-up.

Prompted by the re-formed Happy Mondays, The Bridewell Taxis reformed in 2005, and began playing live again. The band played a sell-out re-union gig in Leeds in October 2005 and followed that with two more hometown sell-outs. Mick Roberts, Glenn Scullion, and Sean McElhone were the three original members, joined by twins James (bass) and Jools Metcalfe (guitar).

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