Notable songs on this album include the groovy first single, ‘Put A Little Love On Me’, full of raw Funk bass lines and smooth Lynton Naismith organ paired with dazzling and driving yet subtle guitar licks giving it a slight Calypso groove. This winning formula was continued into the second single ‘You And I’, with the guitar coming forward and the group really showcasing their vocal chemistry from the opening. DELEGATION turned up the disco for ‘Heartache No. 9’ adding a powerful string and horn section to a track that is currently receiving an overdue renaissance on the UK club scene.
This CD includes the early singles as well as the ‘Indie chart hit mini’ album itself. The album itself was recorded live with very few overdubs and has been described as having a ‘pastoral Pink Floyd’ sound. The addition of the early singles makes it a perfect document of the band at this time as well as acting as a stunning introduction.
Season’s Gratings From The Cramps’ Lux And Ivy.
A 31-track collection of the strangest yuletide 45s ever; from dogs murdering the classics, to beatniks digging the snow plus a lament for an empty stocking, all as found in the Cramps’ record basement.
RE-PRESS: CD ORIGINALLY RELEASED IN 2012The third album in João Gilberto’s trilogy of blueprints for bossa nova, following his celebrated 1959 debut, Chega de Saudade (ACMEM179CD) and its sequel, O amor, o sorriso e a flor (Love, a Smile and a Flower) (ACMEM201CD) which followed a year later.
RE-PRESS: CD ORIGINALLY RELEASED IN 2011In the summer of 1958, a singer-guitarist from Bahia in the north of Brazil called João Gilberto created a musical revolution when he joined with bossa novas seminal songwriting team, the gifted composer Antônio Carlos Jobim, and the poet and former diplomat, Vinicius de Moraes, to record the songs that would launch this cool, futuristic new music for a confident new era.
With new artwork and three previously unreleased bonus tracks, the Digipak CD comes with a 12 page booklet complete with tour poster artwork culled from dates over their career, full notes on each song and full lyrics
Filmed in 1978 and directed by David Hemmings, Just A Gigolo starred David Bowie, Hemmings, Kim Novak and the legendary actress Marlene Dietrich. Set in 1918 post-war Berlin, the film is a comedy of fascinating and eccentric characters – the story of a war hero (Bowie) returning home from the front.
This release combines Lalomie’s first solo album “My Music Is Hot” (1977) with all of her singles and b-sides from the ‘70s Parachute recording era. Includes the singles ‘My Love Is Hot (Caliente Un Amour), ‘Man Power (Can You Do It)’, ‘Double Funkin’ and ‘Two Sides’, plus all b-sides and alternative mixes from each of her early releases on Parachute.
28 tracks forming the rambunctious soundtrack for this cult movie featuring angst-ridden girls with guns in an exceedingly hokey plot line.
With dialogue snippets and a host of brash confrontational juvenile delinquent anthems – all taken from the wild and exotic side of the Cramps’ crazy collection – it’s an epic B-movie.