Nomads Records was a DIY label. It managed one single by The Nomads With Ann Curtin. In addition to the two tracks shown it contained versions of 'You Are The Sunshine Of My Life' and 'Annie's Song', which hints at Club / Cabaret territory. There's no date on the label, but it has a mid-Seventies look to it. The catalogue number, NOM-176, doesn't fit any series, the '76' part referred to the year when the EP was issued. The sleeve says that the engineer was Ted Taylor, which suggests a product of Porcupine Studios, of Eltham. Pressing was by Phonodisc. The Nomads, again with Ann Curtin, also made an LP, 'Music', which some sources say was released in 1973; others give 1979. Sadly, none of them mention what label it was on, so it could be another entry in the 'Nomads' catalogue. The Nomads was a British group. Active around the London area on the cabaret/club circuit. Band Members: Ann Curtin-Lead Vocals, Martin Dibbs-Drums, Percussion, Mick Coughlin-Rhythm Guitar, Bass Guitar, Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Paul Curtin-Lead Guitar, Vocals, Keyboards, Acoustic Guitar, Rowan O'Duffy, Tony Kendall, Tyn Gomersall-Bass, Keyboards, Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Distributed By Nomads Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.
Nomads & Ann Curtin
Everything'S Going My