California Rebellion - Harvey Williams

California Rebellion
Released on 24/05/10. Following the success of the Another Sunny Day reissue, Cherry Red are pleased to bring you Harvey Williams’s two Solo albums on the one disc with the unreleased track Hammersmith and City for good measure! Rebellion was Harvey s last release on the legendary Sarah Records and Melody Maker refused to review it as it was only 15 minutes long. Fifteen minutes of inspired keyboard based genius that marked a deliberate departure from Another Sunny Day ladies and gentleman -this is Harvey Williams.
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Just For A Day
Named after a word in one of Nick Chaplin’s dreams not from a Siouxsie and the Banshees single Slowdive formed in Reading, England, in late 1989. The group orginally consisted of Neil Halstead (guitar/vocals), Rachel Goswell (guitar/vocals), Christian Savill (guitar), Adrian Sell (drums), and Chaplin (bass).

Formed when they were mostly in their teens, Slowdive  was initially lumped in with the remainder of the early' 90s British shoegaze scene; Slowdive's later releases extended upon the likes of the Cocteau Twins and the more atmospheric sides of post-punk, and they closed out their career with an excellent and misunderstood ambient LP.

Just for a Day is the debut album by the band Slowdive, released on September 2, 1991. It was recorded at Courtyard Studios in Abingdon, Oxfordshire formally known as Georgetown Studios. The album peaked at #3 in the UK Indie charts. Upon its release, copies of the album were labeled with a sticker that read "like a mind altering substance, without the risk."
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Slowdive's later releases extended upon the likes of the Cocteau Twins and the more atmospheric sides of post-punk, and they closed out their career with an excellent and misunderstood ambient LP. Souvlaki was released on May 17, 1993 in the UK and on February 8, 1994 in the U.S. Widely regarded as their best album, it benefits from synthesizer contributions from co-producer Brian Eno on Sing, which he co-wrote, and Here She Comes . The album's U.S. release includes the previously unreleased cover of Some Velvet Morning  - written by Lee Hazlewood and Nancy Sinatra in 1967, and three tracks from the band's 1993 5 EP, all of which feature on this edition.
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Pygmalion is the final album by the band Slowdive, released on February 6, 1995. A departure from their previous two albums, Pygmalion incorporated a more experimental sound tilted towards ambient electronic music, with sparse, atmospheric arrangements. All compositions were by Neil Halstead. Lyrics on tracks Miranda and Visions of La by Rachel Goswell. The cover illustration is by acclaimed designer Steven Woodhouse. It was the final album before Slowdive disbanded in 1995, an event widely associated with the demise of shoegazing. This re-issue long out of print now has an enhanced booklet with new sleeve notes by Mojo’s Kieron Tyler. Re-mastered from original tapes, it features a whole disc of rare demos never before released on CD.


"Inspired by drug-fuelled trips to Brixton clubnight Quirky, ‘Pygmalion’ was mainly conceived by guitarist and songwriter Neil Halstead in his west London flat – instruments are looped into infinity, while Halstead and Rachel Goswell’s vocals float in and out of the ether.”  

-Nat Cramp (NME – February 11th, 2012)

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The Fantastic Voyage Of Goblin
An outstanding progressive rock group in their own right, Goblin's name is synonymous with the cinema of Dario Argento, the director of stylised Italian horror. For him they composed such celebrated scores as ‘Profondo Rosso', that starred David Hemmings and which provided the group with a domestic number one hit and the hallucinatory ‘Suspiria', which recalls early Can and the free-form improvisations of Amon Duul II and Popul Vuh.

Goblin's music is astoundingly effective both as rock and in the context of the films and is internationally celebrated as such. Like David Axelrod, Goblin have been widely sampled and are held in great esteem by the Chemical Brothers and those of that generation.

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Gypsy Creams & Ginger Nuts - The Redifunk Of Rediffusion
For volume 10 in our Mood Mosaic series, exploring the non-traditional outlets for cool sounds of the 60's and 70's, we pay homage to the record label spawned from Associated Rediffusion TV. We've been used to compilations being released from the great productions libraries such as KPM and Chappells, whose music graced many a TV soundtrack and advertising sound bed. Our focus this time is on a production source that began life as Reditune in 1954, supplying the piped music for places new to the postwar world such as supermarkets and airports. Business was booming and in 1968 a record label arm was formed as a further outlet for the music being produced in-house called Rediffusion International Music. A good many young arrangers and session players were cutting their teeth on these sessions, further contributing cracking original tunes. Names that have become legend in lounge-core circles such as Harry Stoneham, Pete Moore, Alan Moorhouse, Tony Osborne. This is the first album compilation solely focusing on the Rediffusion catalogue and story, insuring that Gypsy Creams and Ginger Nuts is a tasty package indeed!
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