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I got him in the car just as the police came up the street to help with evacuations. I ended up home in LA a few days early; a small blessing because I was losing my mind a bit. Once I was back, I was ready to make something. I needed help. I found Jason [Quever] and his studio. I collected as many friends as I could and brought them in to record live with me. I needed the energy of a group of people in a room playing together—a simple concept but one that I had never tried with my own songs.
I play bass in this band. I aimed for nature. All of it. The historical acrimony between us is not quite as present as people thought it was. I was very lucky to get a couple days with him in Chicago [before his death]. For me, now, every time it comes time to think about album artwork I feel the loss of Grant. He always used to do that, and did it well. Home All Sections Search.
Log In Welcome, User. Coronavirus Minneapolis St. MyPillow's Mike Lindell is Trump's choice vs. Walz in Running a tighter Shipt: Target-owned delivery service aims for growth. Ringo sends a personal message to the sales team plugging his single, Only You. Sold the rest were junked. There are only 50 copies of this brown vinyl mispressing in existence for U2 fans to dream of.
CBS Ireland milked their slim catalogue. This white vinyl presentation pack of their four singles is the most limited variant. These 50 sets have Red Hill Mining Town pressed on both sides.
Hideously rare. Flight case of goodies including a CD and cassette of the album, which many hacks swiftly sold. One hundred of these special boxes were made. Containing LP, CD, cassette, video and etching curated by designer Vaughan Oliver, complete sets retain their price as most have items missing. Zep placing themselves on the event horizon of a black hole where reggae hits doo-wop. All that remains of this aborted platter are two labels. This is the price for one! Sunshine has elements of indie band The Delays and a lead singer with a tendency to go all falsetto during choruses.
Red Chalk Hill is like a conflation of Bowie and Barrett songcraft. The Barons issued five singles on Imperial between and , but only the last was issued here. Along with Love Me Do, the rarest Beatles demo. There must have been nervous executives at RCA when Bowie delivered Low with one side full of instrumentals. Apple only got so far as these test pressings. Near impossible to find with an intact Gimmix sleeve. This band was thrown together for school concerts in the Bristol area, staying together to record this copy album.
Half the pressing was flood damaged Their last album never got beyond this lone test pressing. The LP hardly sold, making it a massive rarity. The price has jumped up since RRPG Atlantic tried to release this single on 5 November and demo copies were dispatched. The release was aborted. Only this rare acetate on two discs survives. These TPs are McCartney holy relics.
The train artwork for this promo picture sleeve was drawn by Syd Barrett, adding to its cachet. Vertigo dressed this debut LP in an elaborate sleeve. The Uglys cut five singles before ending up at MGM, where these tracks were pressed on a handful of demos before being ditched. I Will Follow WIP was issued in a number of formats with these 50 brown vinyl mis-pressings being particularly scant. It flopped. EMI destroyed most of these.Debut 10” LP by tenor sax, and reissued as 10” LP in with Japanese liner notes. () DON RENDELL & IAN CARR SHADES OF BLUE £1, (, Columbia 33 SX ) Great British Jazz LP. First pressing of Dusk Fire (Â£) is also a thing of beauty. (99) THE ROLLING STONES We Were Falling In Love £1, (, acetate).