Archive | mars, 2018

RECORD LABEL OF MY LIFE VOL 3 : Defunct French label : Lithium : My Top 16 (1990/2004)

31 Mar

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RECORD LABEL OF MY LIFE VOL 2 : MY TOP 12 TOO PURE RECORDS (1990/2008)

30 Mar

Too Pure is a London-based independant record label formed in 1990 by Richard Roberts and Paul Cox. The label gained prominence after the release of PJ HARVEY debut album DRY in 1992, and subsequently found further success in the late 1990s and early 2000s with albums by indie rock artists such as MOONSHAKE and PRAM. The label was closed in 2008.

VINYL RECORD OF MY LIFE 69 : Satya Sai Maitreya Kali ‎– Inca (United Kingdom Of America Records ‎in 1972)

30 Mar

Tracklisting

A1 Lights Of Dawn
A2 Thesis
A3 Knot the Freize
A4 Jesus Owns
B1 Sam Pan Boat
B2 Fearless Men
B3 Cheryl
B8 Occult
B4 Cuntry Girl
B5 Old Men
B6 King

 

Paul Quinn – Please Stay / Pale Blue Eyes (7″/his is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2018 in the UK)

29 Mar

PAUL QUINN  »  Please Stay / Pale Blue Eyes » in 7″ (Unreleased tracks by one of the best singers of a generation.. 20 years on from his last album, these precious recordings show what an amazing talent Paul was during his short singing career.. a Paul Quinn anthology of his time on Postcard Records and his collaborations with Edwyn Collins,will be released later in the year, in cahoots with Moochin’ About…)

RECORD LABEL OF MY LIFE VOL 1 : Vinyl Japan : MY TOP 10 (Vinyl Japan is a Japanese-owned London-based indie label)

29 Mar

 

 

RHUM RHAPSODIES & OTHER EXOTIC DELIGHTS by NUMERO GROUP IN MAY 2018

26 Mar

It was a musical cocktail born in a marketing meeting: Two parts easy listening, one part jazz, a healthy dollop of conga drums, a sprinkling of bird calls, and a pinch of textless choir. Serve garnished with an alluring female on the album jacket for best results. Exotica! The soundtrack for a mythical air conditioned Eden, packaged for mid-century, tiki torch-wielding armchair safariers. Be it mosquito-bitten torch singers, landlocked surf quartets, fad-chasing jazz combos, mad genius band leaders, D-list actors, or a middle aged loner programming bird calls into a Hammond, Exotica was always more concerned with what geography might sound like over who was conducting. Captured across three albums (or three compact discs) are 48 (or 54) curious examples of the short-lived genre’s reach, each summoning their own sonic visions of Shangri La, bringing their versions of the Pacific, Africa, and the Orient to the hinterlands of America. Technicolor Paradise is where one makes it, after all.(numero group)

VINYL RECORD OF MY LIFE 68 : Cerebral Corps ‎– Attributed To (Alias Records/1992/available only in Cd)

25 Mar

Tracklisting

1 …Sounding Song 4:16
2 The Very Idea! 2:53
3 Chester Norman Criss-Cross 3:46
4 Father’s Name Was Dad 2:46
5 Myopia 6:09
6 Girl From The Carnival 3:02
7 Music 3:59
8 Inertia 4:01
9 I’m Haemorrhaging (In F#) 4:02
10 Perihelion