Latin Quarter - Brining Rosa Home
2The Spearcarrier4:08
3Love Ain’t What You Get3:36
4Come Down and Buy5:08
6Smoking Gun3:38
7Bride on the Bridge4:14
10Help Is On Its Way4:00
11Bringing Rosa Home3:52
12Ocean Head5:10
  • Released: 1997
  • SPV Recordings CD-085-44742

Album Credits

Latin Quarter
Mike Jones – Lyrics
Steve Skaith – Vocals, guitar
Richard Wright – Guitar, keyboards

Additional Musicians
Blair Cunningham : Drums
Martin Ditcham : Percussion also Drums on “Bridge On The Bridge”
Nikki Rackin : Backing Vocals on “Surprised”, “Older” and “Help Is On Its Way”
John McKenzie : Bass
Carol Issacs : Piano, organ, accordion, backing vocals
Calum MacColl : Dulcimer, Backing vocals
Claudia Figueroa : Backing vocals on “Bridge On The Bridge”
Liam Bradley : Backing vocals on “Branded”
Siobhan Culhane : Whistle on “Older”

Production Credits
Produced by Richard Wright

Mixed by Leif Mases
Mastered by Ian Cooper
Assistant Engineers: Flava-T, Tom Rixton, John Brant

Photography: Dinah Frank
Design: Yvonne Quirmbach


Brilliant Pop – Latin Quarter present a minor masterpiece
“Where does one begin to praise this CD? The bitter-sweet lyrics, the brilliant intertwining of piano and guitar, the perfect vocal harmonies, the atmospheric texture, the magic of the melodies? “Bringing Rosa Home” (SPV) is the sixth and strongest CD so far from the English band Latin Quarter. The richness of ideas of joint band- leaders Steve Skaith and Richard Wright is overwhelming, their musical taste undeniable. The twelve pop-songs on their new CD sound smooth and effortless almost as a matter of course. Like all really first-class things.” Brigitte Magazine, 6/97, German

“… a CD that impresses in its entirety … there is not one song that feels like a filler… I have rarely listened to such a complete full-length record.” Stereo, Sweden

… a record made of pearls… one of the best bands of their genre is back!” Plärrer, Germany

“… twelve exquisite titles… no overflowing, obligatory British phlegm, everything is skilfully measured out … polished, gilded. The work of a goldsmith, reserved for sensitive souls, for chaste ears, for musical paradise-seekers.” Freeway, France