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    december 2016 new releases ... GO!
    "White paper inner sleeve is pristine ..."

  • #2
    I think you could do a lot worse than bagging yourself this 45 lifted from Gloria Barnes extremely rare LP. I think it's got everything I'm looking for in a 45 and it sounds like you're right there in the room with them. It's about to be put out by Suncut records and, according to Juno, it has been licensed.


    "You don't want to kill the cash donkey"

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    • #3
      Another one from the Mohawkestra:

      http://reedrecords.co.uk/track/i-feel-free
      "..hole...road...middle thereof"

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      • #4
        I''m probably in the wrong month but Cinedelic have released soundtracks of Eat It (Morricone) and Reincarnation of Isabel (Reverberi). Both on vinyl for the first time and both, in my opinion, excellent.

        Also excellent and also reissued is John Benders 'Plaster Falling' on superior viaduct. I'm a big fan of John Bender and this is his typical arty, raw, fucked up, groovy, repetitive minimal business. He sure knows how to victoriously punch the air in freeze frame too.

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        • #5
          Not sure if this has been posted somewhere but looks like a well curated comp from the guys at 'Light in the Attic'

          http://lightintheattic.net/releases/...rope-1970-1986

          Bit pricey for me about 40 quid delivered if you want to buy it over here form the usual outlets.
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          • #6


            the lovely limited edition greeny blueish vinyl has just landed on my (still a bit dusty) deck

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            • #7
              Belated release date

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              Originally it should be issued at the end of October, but appeared in the shops at the second week of December:
              'In Winter' - Katie Melua with The Gori Women's Choir . (EU BMG ‎– 538234971, 2016) limited edition white vinyl with four graphical art prints in center-fold cover)
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              Here are the "Angels" who made this magnificent album come true: Katie Melua and the Gori Women's Choir
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              We have been to their concert here in Berlin, my love and me were inspired!​ .
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              VintageSelection -an eclectic batch of vinyl recordings

              https://www.vintageselection.biz))

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              • #8
                A little late with this one. Only found out about it this week........WAKEY WAKEY! Loud as the neighbours will let you chaps. Merry blooming Christmas

                Everyone tear down your own little wall
                That keeps you from being a part of it all
                Because you've got to be one with the one and all
                You've just got to be close to it all

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                • #9
                  Some people would call this shameless self-promotion.

                  I'll be waiting for them outside the school gates at 4.
                  Tooled up.



                  Here's what some other folk that aren't me seemed to think . . .

                  Looking for four tracks of searing, authentic British beat? Then look no further as The Beatpack deliver that up in spades on Back, Behind & In Front. No doubt I've missed a few releases in a similar vein this year but I highly doubt many if any were of the quality on offer here + there's not a cover version in sight (something that can't be said about at least one similar luminary of the scene).

                  Untrained ears will easily mistake this as being the work of contemporaries of The Pretty Things whilst later fans of the genre can happily place them alongside The Mystreated. Each song here is a classic and there's a breadth of variety within the band's overall sound that few acts seem to currently manage whatever their field.

                  Final track 'A Fog Is Lifting' marries proto-psych backing vocals with pounding drums and blistering harmonica - think The Electric Prunes' Mass In F Minor played behind 'Psychotic Reaction'. That harmonica's there right at the start of side A too on 'Loopin' With Lucy', which races along as if time's against it. I could go on about tracks two and three as well but you'd do better to buy the disc and experience them yourself.

                  Simply put this is one of the best releases of it's kind this (or any other) year.

                  To infinity - and beyond!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by jakartajive View Post
                    Some people would call this shameless self-promotion.

                    I'll be waiting for them outside the school gates at 4.
                    Tooled up.
                    Well I bought a copy anyway and endorse this product.
                    Enthusiastic vagueness passes for scholarship in the twilight world of the disc-jockey.

                    John Peel

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