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During the ‘80s Felt made ten albums and ten singles for the Cherry Red and Creation labels.

These records have been remastered and revisited by Lawrence.

These new editions follow the elaborate CD and vinyl re-issue campaign and allows the most casual listener with limited shelf space to explore the world of Lawrence and Felt.

Much like a Penguin paperback which updates its covers for each new generation of fans, these beautiful editions are as always designed by the Shanghai Packaging Company.

The Pictorial Jackson Review

To understand ‘The Pictorial Jackson Review’ we must acquaint ourselves with Lawrence’s original inspiration – Dylan’s ‘Nashville Skyline’ and ‘Friends’ by The Beach Boys. He was obsessed by short albums full of short melodic songs.

A last-minute panic though ended in the dismantling of the track list. Two of the songs that did not seem to fit were replaced with two songs that absolutely definitely did not fit. Logic becomes perverse when panic sets in. Here at last is the original album in all its ten short pop song glory.

Concise – minimal – a dash through a built-up area rather than a stroll in an open vista. It’s like Vic Godard said – “blind alleyways allay the jewels”!!

Remastered by Kevin Metcalfe and Lawrence

Track Listing:

1 Apple Boutique
2 Ivory Past
3 Until The Fools Get Wise
4 How Spook Got Her Man
5 Bitter End
6 Tuesday’s Secret
7 Christopher Street
8 Jewels Are Set In Crowns
9 Under A Pale Light
10 Don’t Die On My Doorstep

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1 Apple Boutique
2 Ivory Past
3 Until The Fools Get Wise
4 How Spook Got Her Man
5 Bitter End
6 Tuesday’s Secret
7 Christopher Street
8 Jewels Are Set In Crowns
9 Under A Pale Light
10 Don’t Die On My Doorstep

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