Mass In F Minor / Release Of An Oath - Electric Prunes (The)

Mass In F Minor / Release Of An Oath
Released in 1967 and 1968 these Electric Prunes albums were certainly something different ie progressive, psychedelic, religious rock.
The "Mass In F Minor” is best known for the song ‘Kyrie Eleison’ which was featured in the movie soundtrack of Easy Rider. Instrumentally the Prunes only appeared on the first three tracks. Jim Lowe, whose vocals were double-tracked for effect, later commented "David Axelrod was so far above what we as a garage band were able to deliver that outside musicians were used to complete the recording, including members of Canadian band The Collectors (later to become Chilliwack)”.
"Release Of An Oath” is based on one of the most sacred Jewish prayers, the Kol Nidre which is recited on the eve of Yom Kippur.
Both albums feature orchestra and top Los Angeles studio musicians. They were written and arranged by David Axelrod.
The ideal coupling of two classic albums.

Release Date: 17/06/2013
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Code: MRLL16
Weight: 200
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1. KYRIE ELEISON
2. GLORIA
3. CREDO
4. SANCTUS
5. BENEDICTUS
6. AGNUS DEI
7. KOL NIDRE
8. HOLY ARE YOU
9. GENERAL CONFESSIONAL
10. INDIVIDUAL CONFESSIONAL
11. OUR FATHER, OUR KING
12. THE ADORATION
13. CLOSING HYMN
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Eventide 2CD
Fronted by talented songwriter Billy Franks and his lifelong friend from Fulham Court, Lee Hirons, the Faith Brothers were one of the most hotly-tipped bands of 1985. Their impassioned brand of blue-eyed soul attracted comparisons with The Style Council and the Spencer Davis Group while their socialist views linked them in the media with the likes of Billy Bragg and the Redskins.
Eventide was the Faith Brothers’ debut album, issued on Siren Records in 1985. It reached the Top 75 and included the singles ‘Eventide’ and ‘Whistling In The Dark’ but omitted by their popular radio hits from earlier that year, ‘Country Of The Blind’ and ‘A Stranger On Home Ground’.
Amazingly, Eventide has never before been issued on CD!
This deluxe 2-CD set expands the original 11-track album with a bonus disc of 15 further tracks, adding those missing singles as well as their pre-Siren indie debut ‘A Tradesman’s Entrance’ and a demo version of ‘Newtown’ which graced a flexidisc free with Jamming! magazine.
The Faith brothers were championed by Jamming!’s editor Tony Fletcher, who eventually became their manager. Now a successful author (Keith Moon, The Smiths, REM), Tony has written a heartfelt foreword for this long-overdue reissue.
Compiled with the help of Billy and Lee (and remastered with TLC by Lee), this 2-CD expanded edition boasts re-mastered music as well as a splendid, annotated booklet boasting rare photos and extracts from Billy’s hilarious yet touching autobiography A Far Cry From Sunset.

Release Date: 17/06/2013

Track Listing:

DISC ONE: EVENTIDE

1. EVENTIDE (A HYMN FOR CHANGE)
2. SUNDAY (REBEL SOUL)
3. WHISTLING IN THE DARK
4. THE TRADESMAN'S ENTRANCE
5. STORYTELLER
6. ADAYDREAMER'S PHILOSOPHY
7. EASTER PARADE
8. DUST IN THE SOUL
9. VICTORIA GREEN
10. SECRET HEART
11. THE SLEEPWALKER







DISC TWO: BONUS TRACKS

1. THE COUNTRY OF THE BLIND
2. A STRANGER ON HOME GROUND
3. THE TRADESMAN’S ENTRANCE
(pre-Siren version)
4. NEWTOWN (Jamming! Version)
5. EVENTIDE (7” Mix)
6. THRILL OF THE KILL
7. FULHAM COURT
8. EASTER PARADE (Alternative Version)
9. union JACK ROBINSON
10. EVENTIDE (Recital)
11. WHISTLING IN THE DARK
(Laughter In The Trenches – 12” Mix)
12. BIKO/THE FLAMES ARE CATCHING NOW
13. THE COUNTRY OF THE BLIND
(live at Guildford 22/5/85)
14. NEWTOWN (live at Guildford 22/5/85)
15. EVENTIDE (live at Guildford 22/5/85)


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Magnet Records Singles Collection 2CD
The first ever round up of every A and B side issued by Doo Wop Rock N Roll Pop legends Darts during their most commercially successful period whilst with Magnet Records between 1977 -82 and which have earned them a place in the Top 500 Most Successful Singles acts in British Chart history.
Includes The Top Ten smashes ‘Daddy Cool’ (No.6), ‘Come Back My Love’ (No.2), ‘The Boy From New York City’ (No.2), ‘It’s Raining’ (No.2) ‘Get It’ (No.10) and ‘Duke Of Earl’ (No.6).
Also features the hit 45’s ‘Don’t Let It Fade Away’ (No.18), ‘Can’t Get Enough Of Your Love’ (No.43), ‘Reet Petite’ (No.51), ‘Let’s Hang On’ (No.11), ‘Peaches’ (No.66) and ‘White Christmas’ (No.48).
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Includes bonus solo singles by vocalists Den Hegarty and Bob Fish, all appearing on CD for the first time.
Booklet includes pictures of each single sleeve along with informative liner notes.
Totally remastered by Tim Turan – Darts have never looked or sounded so good!

Release Date: 17/06/2013

Track Listing:

DISC ONE:

1. DADDY COOL / THE GIRL CAN’T HELP
2. MEDLEY EXCERPTS
A: Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart
B: Come Back My Love
C: Stay Away (From Them Girls)
D: Sh-Boom (Life Could Be A Dream)
3. SHOTGUN
4. COME BACK MY LOVE
5. NAFF OFF
6. THE BOY FROM NEW YORK CITY
7. BONES
8. IT’S RAINING
9. MESSING SHOE BLUES
10. DON’T LET IT FADE AWAY
11. EARLY IN THE MORNING
12. GET IT
13. HOW MANY NIGHTS
14. DUKE OF EARL
15. I’VE GOT TO HAVE MY WAY
16. CAN’T GET ENOUGH OF YOUR LOVE
17. DON’T SAY YES
DISC TWO:

1. REET PETITE
2. HONEY BEE
3. LET’S HANG ON
4. CAIROLI
5. PEACHES
6. D.I.Y. HEARTACHE
7. WHITE CHRISTMAS
8. SH-BOOM (LIFE COULD BE A DREAM)
9. DON’T SAY YES (Live)
10. JUMP CHILDREN JUMP
11. GREEN FOR GO
BONUS DEN HEGARTY SINGLE
12. VOODOO VOODOO
13. LOVE WAS A SECRET
BONUS BIG DEN & THE RANDOM BAND SINGLE
14. WORKING IN THE COALMINE
15. DOWN IN THE SEWER
BONUS BOB FISH SINGLES
16. NO CHANCE
17. LIKE LOVERS DO
18. HOTEL

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Love Your Enemies
Microdisney began recordingin their native town of Cork,Ireland. Their first few singles, including 1983's "Pink Skinned Man", wereproducedby Dave Feeley, and released onindielabelKabuki records After relocating to London, they signed to Rough Trade, and utilised John Porter(producer ofThe Smiths) to produce their debut album, Everybody is Fantastic. At this time, the band became acquainted withJohn Peel, who championed their music, and gave them the first of several celebrated Peel Sessions Originally released in 1984 with the titleWe Hate You South African Bastards,Love Your Enemies is a fascinating collection of Microdisney's early work. At this stage, the balance between the impeccable west coast pop pastiches of Sean O'Hagan and the lyrical ferocity of Cathal Coughlan was erratic but workable enough to signify that Microdisney were going to be something special, Love Your Enemieshas all the hallmarks of pop juvenilia: tinny production, occasional over-elaboration and, in Coughlan's case, a rich Cork accent still unsullied by the duo's relocation. Even now, however, Coughlan--who deserves to be measured among the very finest pop lyricists--was displaying a rare facility for language and an unerring instinct for absurdity. "Helicopter of the Holy Ghost" and "Michael Murphy" both deploy their words with a gleeful violence, and there can be little doubt whose idea it was to title O'Hagan's polite instrumentals "Patrick Moore Says You Can't Sleep Here" and "Pretoria Quickstep".Love Your Enemiesalso contains Microdisney's first truly realised moment: "Loftholdingswood", something like a Steely Dan radio hit with words by Jonathan Swift. Coughlan's taunt of "Aren't you glad you were born in England?" remains a benchmark for sarcasm in music This re-issue - made in conjunction with the band - contains rare single B-sides and the complete Peel session recorded at the time. With notes in collaboration with the band by Terry Staunton and a book packed with memorabilia this release serves as a great re-introduction to this finest of Irish bands.

Release Date: 24/06/2013
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The Clock Comes Down The Stairs
Microdisney began recording in their native town of Cork, Ireland. Their first few singles, including 1983's "Pink Skinned Man", were producedby Dave Feeley, and released on indie label Kabuki records After relocating toLondon, they signed toRough Trade, and utilised John Porter(producer ofThe Smiths) to produce their debut album,Everybody is Fantastic. At this time, the band became acquainted withJohn Peel, who championed their music, and gave them the first of several celebrated Peel Sessions Originally released in 1985,The Clock Comes down the Stairs was the first of three albums--the other two are the ensuing releases Crooked Mileand39 Minutes--on which this superb band finally got it right. It was never an easy equation for Microdisney to balance--the musical prettiness of Sean O'Hagan and the lyrical savagery of Cathal Coughlan--but it all adds up here rather wondrously.The Clock Comes down the Stairs seems to be Coughlan meticulously chronicling his own decline. As is invariably the case with Coughlan, however, the decline of everyone and everything else also gets a mention. In the mid-1980s, bands were either in the charts, which meant they sounded like Wham!, or they were alternative, in which case they sounded like The Jesus & Mary Chain. Nobody really knew what to do with a collection of recalcitrant Irishmen whose music evoked Jimmy Webb, Steely Dan and The Walker Brothers, and whose words were consumed with paranoia and disgust. On "Goodbye It's 1987"--a startlingly unconcerned-sounding prediction of Armageddon--Cathal introduces one of O'Hagan's impeccable guitar solos with the muttered exhortation "Let's tax the wages of sin". In the summer of Live Aid, it was never likely to be a big radio favourite. This re-issue – made in conjunction with the band - contains rare single B-sides and the complete Peel session recorded at the time. With notes in collaboration with the band by Terry Staunton and a book packed with memorabilia this release serves as a great re-introduction to this finest of Irish bands

Release Date: 24/06/2013
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