Lost In Your Love - Various - FM Disco Explosion (Vinyl, LP)

Though 20, copies of God Save The Queen were pressed, most were destroyed, making it vitally collectable. These few acetates were deployed by the late Malcolm McLaren to secure the band a new deal and gigs after the EMI debacle. The labels reproduced the original with no mention of The Quarry Men.

At Christmas, George, Ringo and others received copies. It has never materialised on eBay. You can imagine the excitement and pride when they got home and gathered around a 78rpm record player to listen to their efforts. Registered in England. Company No. Register here. More Information. Got any news or live dates? Send it to tim. New Spirits! Music, Music, Music. Cosmic Rock! It must be Chriiiiiiistmas! Stand Up! A Nova Musica Brasileira!

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More information on how to do this can be found in the cookie policy. By using our site, you agree to our use of cookies. Certainly sold like poetry…. The band had enough line-up changes to form an American football team. A stunning sleeve. As a reissue label, Lost Nite was not particularly concerned with stereo recordings, and for that reason, most of their albums were mostly or totally rechanneled until quite late by industry standards.

Neither did they particularly care much about sound quality, as most of the albums were mastered from records, as you can hear surface noise even on a mint album. Even after the changeover to Collectables, their early CDs often were riddled with surface noise and other artifacts.

In the early s, however, Collectables started working with reissue producer Walter DeVenne, and their sound quality improved dramatically, including stereo content. Today Collectables sells their product over the internet at www. The original Lost Nite 45 label far left was pink with no graphics. Lost Nite returned to a pink label in for their red vinyl 10" albums in the Collectors Limited Edition Series near left , which were sold in generic sleeves with a sticker that had the group's name on it.

The pressings were limited to each, and the albums were individually numbered on another sticker on the front of the jacket. The Lost Nite label for most of the album issues was yellow with black print, with the lamppost logo down the left side of the label. None of these records charted well but they are musically well-worth checking out. I love these albums, especially the Kirwan tunes. It looks as though there is a Then Play On reissue of some sort coming in Sept.

Hurrah -- say no to VTA-distorting, expensive-to-post, difficult-to-balance-in-the-hand, wasteful-of-resources g vinyl. I couldn't agree more. From the mids thru mids, I bought a lot of vinyl. I don't remember ever getting a warped or damaged LP.

In my opinion, record companies need to either step up their quality control or rethink the g process. For some reason, much was made of the fact that Bob Welsh died in , with several interludes of the cast mourning him as "Sentimental Lady" played. Accept This website uses cookies - more information on this and your rights as a user can be found in our privacy policy at the bottom of this page.

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The first version of the Bar-Kays was a group of high school kids, who were pests around the Stax studios on E. McLemore Ave. They took their name from a decaying Bacardi billboard, and famously auditioned for M. The band wanted to drop out of high school, but their parents refused, so they waited until the night of their high school graduation before flying to the Apollo in New York to go on tour with Redding.

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Lost In Your Love on Discogs. Label: Ariola - 26 XOT • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic, Pop • Style: Disco, Europop/5(15).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Lost Without Your Love on Discogs. Label: Arcade - ADE H56 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Pop • Style: Europop, Ballad/5(5).
  3. Oct 27,  · Tracks A1, A3, A5, B3, C2 are acoustic demos featuring only Arthur Lee and a guitar. Tracks B5 and D1 to D4 are only on the vinyl edition. Features extensive liner notes, "Love Lost and Found. Arthur Lee and the Columbia Sessions." The rumored title for the album Arthur Lee had planned was "Dear You"/5(26).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Love - Love Lost at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Love collection/5(35).
  5. Nov 13,  · However, with the subsequent rise of alternative rock, Stevie B.'s light dance-pop sound lost much of its mainstream appeal, and he never again recaptured his previous success, with records including 's Healing and 's Waiting for Your Love appearing to little notice. The Best of Stevie B. followed in
  6. If you love your 60s music and do not mind that it was only recorded more than 10 years ahead of the golden era, this reissue on EVERLAND MUSIC will thrill you to the furthest corner of your soul. TRACKLIST: 1. Yo-Yo (Part 1) / 2. I Don’t Think I Can Make It / 3. Three Time Loser / 4. An Ugly Woman (Is Twice As Sweet) / 5. Yo-Yo (Part 2) / 6.
  7. Lost on You is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter LP. It was released on December 9, through Vagrant Records in Canada and several European countries. Contents.
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