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Day 17 of @harma808’s #edgarandmalachisfebvinylchallenge. Today's theme is "Ugly Colour" (note the use of correct spelling). Van Morrison's "His Band and the Street Choir" has one ugly album cover. There's so much about fugly here, including the colour choices. Feh! Even Morrison thought it was rubbish. The album's got great music though. "Domino" is one of my favourite Van Morrison songs.
Max Sedgely - Happy (Sunday Best, 2004) A record that stayed in DJ’s boxes for a very long time in the mid-2000s. Max Sedgely’s hypnotic, sinister slow-builder was (and is) a dance floor juggernaut. We liked it so much in @the_bamboos that we recorded a cover version on our album ‘Rawville’ in 2007. #maxsedgley
17 minutes ago
@vinyldomain and @zvscollection launched a very interesting hashtag: #vinylitplease is to be used to post about artists or albums not currently available on vinyl. A very nice way to post music that we rarely see shared by our amazing #vinylcommunity. @celerah tagged me to participate and I'm more than happy, as I have a lot of music that would be perfect for this, so expect more posts soon.-
Breather - Cry For Me (2001)
Back in the early ’00s, I was a subscriber of a Mother Love Bone mailing list (remember mailing lists?). This, eventually, led me to find out about Breather, a three piece (two girls and a guy) from Chicago. Their singer was a subscriber of that same list and that’s how I got to know her and her music (I ended up interviewing the whole band for a zine I used to write for back in those days).-
Breather had just released their second EP, ‘Cry For Me’, and I literally fell in love with it. Their sound was very European, in the vein of bands like Cranes, Curve, Lush, bits of early Verve and Slowdive, with a nice pop sensibility.-
An even more shoegaze sounding album, titled ‘Stitched With A Kiss’, followed in 2006 (apparently still for sale on CDBaby), but I have absolutely no idea of their whereabouts since then. I guess they split up. Googling I found out that Scott (the guitarist) is now part of an electronica duo called Methodrone. Wonder if the others are still making music, I lost touch with the band years ago.-
So, if any vinylcommunity members from the Chicago area somehow know Scott, Jessica, or Alicia, tell them that someone here in Italy still digs their music a lot and says hi. In the meantime, I’m playing ‘Cry For Me’ for the umpteenth time since those days and it’s still a great listen.-
Bob Melville - First cup(UK,1979) Unknown private beautiful melodic folk. All of own simple songs with a delicate voice.
I love lp's where an artist steps outside there normal bag and tries some new sounds.
And this particular lp is a long time favorite of such an lp.
Oscar Peterson's night child on pablo from 1979 with joe pass louie Bellson niels pedersen
Oscar here decided he want to do something more contemporary so this is his one and only fender rhodes lp.
Opening with the spacey ring modulated solar winds and his best lonnie liston Smith impression..a slow soulful haunting blues for dr.john..the buoyant and catchy dancing feet..a waltz..the quietly impressionistic title track..and the whole quartet bringing it home with the funk of teenager..a great cheap heater and definitely my favorite oscar peterson effort and a very cool musical detour from a uniformly excellent and consistently traditional in a good way musician.
Apparently oscar was a huge gearhead on the sly with his own studio being equipped with moogs and arps and other electronic keyboards sadly in which he never officially recorded or released anything too the public..but it is a sign of a good musician too hear they stayed open to new sounds and vibes..I give oscar props for that and night child ❤.
[Talk Talk - Give It Up 1986] 🦋Couldn’t believe my eyes when I found this in a record shop in Japan the other day. Been having incredible luck finding Talk Talk records lately, but it’s even more special when the one I find is one I didn’t have yet! 🥰 Any special finds lately? What do you hope to add to your collection soon?
Album: 808s and Heartbreak - Kanye
Release Date: November 24, 2008
I consider this Kanye’s most influential album, yet his most underrated. This album blended so many sounds and genres together, influencing the next generation of artists. This project really let Kanye flaunt his artistry, even down to the packaging of this vinyl. A classic.