Monthly Archives: September 2012

Re-fit, Re-rub, Re-fix?

Whatever it is,  I love it. This is brand new and I don’t feel bad about posting it as it on a limited run of 300 and I think that the legality of the record is in question anyway. Man … Continue reading

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Frank Wilson RIP

I had had a shitty week before I discovered that Frank Wilson had died. I cannot agree with Mr H that he was unjustly less known as a producer and writer than the singer on the most expensive not just … Continue reading

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It’s Friday . . . Let’s Dance

Let’s head across town from the West End where last week’s label was based, to the city centre and Bath Street to be precise. 23rd Precinct was a well established record shop long before Billie Kiltie took it over. What … Continue reading

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Cassadaga

I really like the music that Conor Oberest makes, either under his own moniker or as Bright Eyes. Cassadaga is an album that I sort of overlooked at the time, even though I bought it. This was mainly due to … Continue reading

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Comin’ Home Baby

I’m sure that the Mel Torme  version of this track has been used recently on an advert for something or other.  This version of the song is head and shoulders above that. I love Dee Dee Sharp’s voice, she does … Continue reading

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Conqueror Dub

A little bit of dub is the order of the day. It is rather pleasant up here today bright sunshine but I fear that it is rather chilly out there, I haven’t been out yet. Went out on the scooter … Continue reading

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It’s Friday . . . Let’s Dance

Back to a release on what for me is the most consistent and upfront dance label over the past twenty years. The fact that the label is run from Glasgow has no bearing on my opinion but it does fill … Continue reading

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