Whirlpool Guest House, the Cleveland-based trio of the late 80s to mid 90s, released their debut single in 1987. The Changing Face is a chunk of classic, romantic pop which builds from quiet beginnings into a glorious melody. With a rough acoustic sound, the B-side Jack Of All Trades, a celebration of the delights of self-employment, completes this highly individual single, whose jangly, stripped-down sound was continued on their first album, Pictures On The Pavement.
Written by Carl Green
Produced by Graeme Robinson and Whirlpool Guest House
Recorded at GDR, Darlington
Photography by Carl Green