Idle Lovell
Idle Lovell is one of the earliest Blonde Vinyl releases. Michael Knott probably had no intentions of creating a record company when this album was recorded, but who knows? Idle Lovell was the first Christian Gothic release, a good 6 years before any others. The music is dark and moody, although somewhat “lighter” versions of some of the songs were re-recorded for other Knott-related projects.   Idle Lovell


Pre-Blonde Vinyl Career

See Michael Knott page for more details.


Blonde Vinyl Releases

album cover  
Surge Et Illuminare
(1984)
Produced by Thom Roy

Michael Knott – vocal, guitar
Jim Richards – keyboards
Vince Pangrazio – bass
Bradford J. Salamon – drums

01) Touch Me in the Wind 5:06 Knott
02) Shallow 4:01 Knott
03) I Can’t Wait 4:02 Knott
04) Only 4:08 Knott
05) One-Sided Love Affair 3:56 Knott, Pangrazio
06) Drone 5:26 Knott

Other Information:
This was the first release to bear the Blonde Vinyl label logo. It was really a custom made independent release, with no release number. Only issued on vinyl. Some of these songs were re-recorded on other Michael Knott projects.
See the main discography’s Idle Lovell page for more information and artwork.


Post-Blonde Vinyl Career

See Michael Knott page for more details.


Older comments on “Idle Lovell

  1. Bradford Salamon on June 02, 2010 at 12:20 pm said:

    As the drummer and artist for the back cover It’s great to see this site thanks!

  2. Zsale (Gina) on January 30, 2011 at 08:49 pm said:

    Hey Brad! What’s up? Just looked this up as I heard other silly 80’s SoCal stuff. Peace sexy.

  3. Damon Hershey on March 22, 2011 at 06:23 pm said:

    I was wondering if it was possible that Idle Lovell ever had any of their music on CD or available for download. I saw their show at the golden bear years ago


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