Miasma - Bevis Frond (The)

Miasma
•    The long out of print debut album by The Bevis Frond from 1987 featuring seven additional tracks.

•    Acclaimed in Rolling Stone by David Fricke as "a Hendrix devotee every bit as tough and contemporary as the serrated guitar chorales of Sonic Youth and Pixies.”

•    Covered by Teenage Fanclub and Dinosaur Jr among many others, this is a psychedelic pop masterpiece with gorgeous pop overtones.

•    The first of a lengthy re-issue campaign also available as limited edition double vinyl with different bonus tracks.

•    Issued in its original sleeve.

•    Remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine’s Dave Henderson

N.B. This album is released September 22 and will not be dispatched before this date.

Track List:


1.    GARDEN GATE
2.    SHE'S IN LOVE WITH TIME
3.    WILD MIND
4.    WILD AFTERNOON
5.    SPLENDID ISOLATION
6.    THE EARL OF WALTHAMSTOWE
7.    THE NEWGATE WIND
8.    RELEASE YOURSELF
9.    MAYBE
10.    RIDE THE TRAIN OF THOUGHT
11.    CONFUSION DAYS
12.    FIND MY WAY HOME
13.    I EAT THE AIR
14.    SONG FROM ROOM 13
15.    NEED ALL YOUR LOVING
16.    HIGH WIND IN THE TREES
17.    SOUTH HAMPSTEAD RAIN
18.    LOOKS LIKE RAIN (#1)
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Transformation (The Speed Of Love)
•    NEWLY REMASTERED EDITION OF THIS CLASSIC 1976 PROGRESSIVE / JAZZ ROCK ALBUM
•    WITH FULLY RESTORED ARTWORK AND NEW LINER NOTES

Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of a newly re-mastered edition of the classic jazz rock album "Transformation (The Speed of Love)” by DAVID SANCIOUS & TONE. An accomplished guitarist and keyboard player, Sancious first came to prominence as a member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band in the early 1970s, appearing on Springsteen’s first three albums before opting to pursue a solo career. He formed the group Tone in 1974 with drummer Ernest Carter (a fellow ex- Springsteen musician) and bass player Gerald Carboy. With Springsteen’s assistance Sancious secured a contract with Epic Records that year and recorded the album "Forest of Feelings” soon after.

The second album "Transformation (The Speed of Love)” was released in 1976 and followed the form of Sancious’ debut album, drawing on Progressive and Jazz Rock influences. Produced by Sancious and Bruce Botnik, "Transformation” featured the epic side-long title track and was another excellent work. "Transformation” enjoyed a fleeting appearance on CD and has long been unavailable. This Esoteric Recordings release has been newly re-mastered and features a booklet that fully restores the original album artwork and includes a new essay by Sid Smith.

NB: This title is released July 28 and will not be dispatched before this date.

Track Listing:

1.    PIKTOR’S METAMORPHOSIS
2.    SKY CHURCH HYMN #9
3.    THE PLAY AND DISPLAY OF THE HEART
4.    TRANSFORMATION (THE SPEED OF LOVE)
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Reaffirmation: An Anthology 1971-1973 2CD
•    A NEW REMASTERED TWO CD ANTHOLOGY BY HELP YOURSELF
•    FEATURING TRACKS FROM EVERY ALBUM ISSUED BY UNITED ARTISTS AND A RARE SINGLE
•    BOOKLET WITH NEW ESSAY BY MICHAEL HEATLEY

Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of "Reaffirmation”, a comprehensive anthology by the unsung heroes of British early 70s rock, HELP YOURSELF. Help Yourself was formed in London in 1970, originally as a backing band for singer-songwriter MALCOLM MORLEY and took their influences from American West Coast Country and Acid Rock. After Morley signed to the Famepushers management stable, his manager John Eichler suggested Morley form a new band and HELP YOURSELF was born. Featuring Malcolm Morley (guitars, keyboards, vocals), former Sam Apple Pie member Dave Charles (drums, percussion, vocals), Richard Treece (guitars, vocals, harmonica) and Ken Whaley (bass), the band signed to United Artists in 1970 and their eponymous debut album was issued in 1971.

Following a tour with label mates Brinsley Schwarz and Ernie Graham (also Famepushers artists), Ken Whaley departed the band. An expanded line-up including Ernie Graham and Jonathan Glemser began work on the album "Strange Affair” in 1972, but Graham and Glemser’s departure half-way through the recording saw roadie Paul Burton join the band to complete the album, (which would include the excellent extended track ‘The All Electric Fur Trapper’). The band embarked on a tour of Switzerland with Welsh rock legends Man and a bond formed between the two groups. The band’s "Beware the Shadow” was an even stronger effort, featuring the Help’s twelve-minute anthem, ‘Reaffirmation’, a track that displayed the instrumental excellence of the group. Prior to a tour to promote their most recent album Malcolm Morley fell ill with depression and Deke Leonard, recently dismissed from Man, took his place. When Morley recovered, Leonard remained with the band, appearing with them on the "Christmas at the Patti” concert in December 1972. In early 1973 Deke Leonard departed the band to pursue a solo career and the band began work on the album "Happy Days”, a record that also featured The Flying Aces and Vivian "Spiv’ Morris. Paul Burton’s departure during these sessions saw Ken Whaley return to the band. Work then commenced on another album, "the Return of Ken Whaley”. Both albums were released as a package by United Artists later that year. Although critically acclaimed, commercial success continued to elude the band and in August 1973 Help Yourself disbanded, with Malcolm Morley and Ken Whaley joining Man in 1974 for their album "Winos, Rhinos and Lunatics”.

Forty years on, HELP YOURSELF is now regarded as one of the great, unsung British bands of their era. This anthology gathers together the essential tracks from all of their albums released by United Artists, newly re-mastered from the original master tapes. It features a booklet with essay by Michael Heatley and is a tribute to their genius.

NB: This title is released July 28 and will not be dispatched before this date.

Track Listing:

DISC ONE

1.    RUNNING DOWN DEEP
2.    I MUST SEE JESUS FOR MYSELF
3.    PAPER LEAVES
4.    OLD MAN
5.    DEBORAH
6.    STREET SONGS

TAKEN FROM THE ALBUM "HELP YOURSELF”

7.    STRANGE AFFAIR
8.    BROWN LADY
9.    HEAVEN ROW
10.    THE ALL ELECTRIC FUR TRAPPER
11.    DEANNA CALL AND SCOTTY
12.    MANY WAYS OF MEETING

TAKEN FROM THE ALBUM "STRANGE AFFAIR”

13.    ALABAMA LADY
14.    REAFFIRMATION
15.    PASSING THROUGH

TAKEN FROM THE ALBUM "BEWARE THE SHADOW”

DISC TWO

1.    SHE’S MY GIRL
2.    AMERICAN MOTHER

TAKEN FROM THE ALBUM "BEWARE THE SHADOW”

3.    MOMMY WON’T BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
4.    JOHNNY B. GOODE
(SPACE TRUCK & THE FREIGHT YARD MARSHALLS, FEATURING MARTIN ACE, SEAN TYLA, & THE HELPLESS ELVES)

A & B SIDES OF SINGLE

5.    CANDY KANE
6.    WHO KILLED PARADISE?
7.    IT HAS TO BE
8.    MAN, WE’RE GLAD TO KNOW YOU
9.    BLOWN AWAY

TAKEN FROM THE ALBUM "THE RETURN OF KEN WHALEY”

10.    VIRGINIA
11.    I’VE GOT BEAUTIFUL YOU

TAKEN FROM THE ALBUM "HAPPY DAYS”
ALBUM GIVEN AWAY FREE WITH "THE RETURN OF KEN WHALEY”

12.    EDDIE WARING (LIVE)

WITH DEKE LEONARD AND B.J. COLE
TAKEN FROM THE ALBUM "CHRISTMAS AT THE PATTI”

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Platinum Hook: Expanded Edition
•    PLATINUM HOOK was a slick R&B/Funk combo who released three albums on Motown between 1978 and 1983. Having signed to the label for their debut eponymous release in 1978, PLATINUM HOOK offered up a smooth and engaging R&B/Funk sound that more than matched their label mates and other rivals of the time.

•    Produced by keyboardist, songwriter and arranger Greg Wright, a mainstay of the Motown organization through the 70's having worked with Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye, Thelma Houston, Switch and Jermaine Jackson, PLATINUM HOOK's debut is an album of great depth and variety proving that the polished and professional studio tricks of the time still left room for plenty of grit.

•    PLATINUM HOOK opens with the tight club groove ‘Bittersweet,’ a horn and synth led track that introduces the groups lead vocalists Tina Renee Stanford and Stephen Daniels to blistering effect. Track 2 is an excellent cover of Shotgun's mid-tempo funk jam from the previous year, "Hotline.” ‘'Til I Met You’ and ‘Lover What You've Done (To Me)’ are both smooth soul ballads that still bring the funk into the rhythms and help round out the albums overall sound. ‘Standing On The Verge (Of Getting It On),’ a cover of the Funkadelic classic, can hold its head up high to the original. Both ‘Hooked For Life’ and ‘Gotta Find A Woman’ are soulful mid-tempo grooves with an emphasis on the slick harmonies. Closing track ‘City Life’ is a full on high-tempo Disco/Soul number leaving you breathless, but gasping for more.

•    BBR is very proud to present PLATINUM HOOK, expertly remastered and complete with extensive liner notes and bonus tracks. Essential listening for all R&B, Soul, Funk and Disco fans.

N.B. This album is released August 11 and will not be dispatched before this date.

Track List:

1.    BITTERSWEET
2.    HOTLINE
3.    TIL' I MET YOU
4.    STANDING ON THE VERGE (OF GETTING IT ON)
5.    HOOKED FOR LIFE
6.    LOVER WHAT YOU'VE DONE (TO ME)
7.    GOTTA FIND A WOMAN
8.    CITY LIFE

BONUS TRACKS
9.    STANDING ON THE VERGE (OF GETTING IT ON) (Single Version)
10.    GOTTA FIND A WOMAN (Single Version)
11.    LOVER WHAT YOU'VE DONE (TO ME) (Single Version)

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Down To Love Town: Expanded Edition
•    Formed in 1966, THE ORIGINALS worked as studio backup singers at Motown and featured on tracks such as ‘What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted’ by Jimmy Ruffin, ‘For Once In My Life’ by Stevie Wonder and Edwin Starr’s politically fuelled jam, ‘War.’ The original Originals were made up of four singers, the group's baritone and founder Walter Gaines, tenors Hank Dixon and C.P. Spencer (an original member of The Spinners) and also bass singer, Freddie Gorman, who was one of the writers of ‘Please Mr. Postman.’ In the late 60s, under the guidance and writing expertise of Al Green, The Originals scored two of their biggest hits early in their career with ‘Baby I'm For Real’ and the Gold certified, ‘The Bells.’

•    DOWN TO LOVE TOWN was the groups eighth album for Motown and was released in 1977. Produced by Michael Sutton and the Originals The album opens with intent on the horn and wah-wah led Disco/Soul stomper ‘Hurry Up And Wait’ before making way for the title track and only single from the album. ‘Down To Love Town’ (Disco #1/Pop #47) was originally included on their 1976 album Communique and became a true Disco classic with an incredible and impassioned lead vocal from Freddy Gorman's tenor/baritone, as he demands everybody join him in ‘Love Town,’ while the interplay between the guitar, strings and percussion keep you on the crest of the wave for the full six minutes of this 12” remix.  Other standouts include the smooth up-tempo groover ‘You Are A Blessing To Me’ and the passionate ballad ‘Sunrise.’  

•    Following on from their reissue of The Originals Lamont Dozier produced 1975 album "California Sunset,” (CDBBR0044) BBR are proud to present DOWN TO LOVE TOWN, expertly remastered and complete with extensive liner notes and bonus tracks. Essential listening for all R&B, Soul, Funk and Disco fans.

N.B. This album is released August 11 and will not be dispatched before this date.

Track List:


1. HURRY UP AND WAIT
2. DOWN TO LOVE TOWN (Disco Mix)
3. YOU ARE A BLESSING TO ME
4. CALL ON YOUR SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN
5. MOTHER NATURE'S BEST
6. SUNRISE
7. BEEN DECIDED

BONUS TRACK
8. DOWN TO LOVE TOWN (Single Mix)
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Tearjerkers and Heartbreakers: A Collection of Deep, Deep Soul
•    A marathon of melancholy deep soul sounds from way back when, featuring a wealth of lighter-raising weepies from a host of obscure US labels at the turn of the 1960s.

•    With stellar gems from Ike Turner, Chuck Jackson, Solomon Burke, Little Willie John, The Impressions, ‘Baby’ Washington, Donnie Elbert and Maxine Brown among others.

•    Plus obscure classics from The Mark IV’s, Walkin’ Willie, Lee Tacey, McKinley Mitchell, Chyvonne Scott and Timmy Shaw.

•    A guaranteed emotional rollercoaster of tear sodden sadness, remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine’s Dave Henderson.

N.B. This album is released August 18 and will not be dispatched before this date.

Track List:

1.    Jerry Jackson - WIDE AWAKE IN A DREAM
2.    Chuck Jackson - I WAKE UP CRYING
3.    Gene Allison - YOU CAN MAKE IT IF YOU TRY
4.    Solomon Burke - THIS IS IT    
5.    McKinley Mitchell - THE TOWN I LIVE IN
6.    Little Willie John - TALK TO ME
7.    Chyvonne Scott - I'M MOVING ON
8.     Dr Feelgood And The Interns - MR MOONLIGHT    
9.    Betty Harris - YESTERDAY'S KISSES
10.    Maxine Brown - FUNNY        
11.    Ike Turner And His Kings Of Rhythm ft  Clayton Love - SHE MADE MY BLOOD RUN COLD
12.    The Sheppards - TRAGIC    
13.    The Chellows - I WANT TO BE A PART OF YOU
14.    The Valadiers - TAKE A CHANCE
15.    The Impressions ft Jerry Butler - FOR YOUR PRECIOUS LOVE    
16.    Timmy Shaw -THUNDERIN MY HEART
17.    Mark IV's - THE TIDE HAS TURNED    
18.    Harold Dorman - MOUNTAIN OF LOVE
19.    Ivory Joe Hunter - SINCE I MET YOU BABY
20.    The Fi-Dells - WHAT IS LOVE?    
21.    Chuck Jackson - I KEEP FORGETTIN' (EVERY TIME YOU'RE NEAR)        
22.    Sammy Salvo - A MUSHROOM CLOUD    
23.    Donnie Elbert - MY CONFESSION OF LOVE
24.    Joe Henderson - SNAP YOUR FINGERS
25.    Baby Washington - NOBODY CARES (ABOUT ME)
26.    Walkin' Willie - IT SOUNDS SO FUNNY
27.    Lee Tracey - UNTIL YOU WERE GONE
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