18 December 1996: SCALA 'Tell the World' (SCALA002)
Track 17 'You Don't Like That'
Written by David Robinson. Performed by DogWater. 6.10
and dramatic piece of rock / pop"
Rob Woodard, Made and Played SA, 1997
CD liner notes:
David Robinson was born in Derby, England. He has been singing and playing guitars in Adelaide bands for years.
He has (so far) written all of DogWater's original numbers. He is influenced by just about everyone and everything, especially The Beatles. This is the first time he has been released on CD.
DogWater play original compositions, with the odd cover thrown in for good measure.
Formed in late 1995, the band originally comprised three long time friends, and the intention was to "record something good enough to release".
Bass player Alan Daniell joined the group in mid-1996, making the notion of playing in front of a live audience more attractive.
Recorded at Bayfield Sound Studio on 23/12/95
Mixed on 26/12/95. Remixed on 7/6/96
Engineered by Nigel Sweeting
Produced by DogWater and Nigel Sweeting
Running time: 6.14
David Robinson: Guitars and vocals
Andrew Woods: Drums and percussion
Darren Clarke: Piano and synthesiser