Monthly Archives: September 2013

It’s Friday . . . Let’s Dance

I will keep this brief ¬†as after two days in Luton my brain is fried. Do you ever get the feeling you are doing a completely different job from your contemporaries? Today’s track is a remix by that minor deity … Continue reading

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Please You

We haven’t had any Raveonettes here for a while. This track comes from the self released Rarities and B sides album which came out a couple of years ago. I think that this track must have been an early demo … Continue reading

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Shit, Luton!

Deep, deep joy, back down in Luton for a couple of days. I just love the half four rise and still being expected to function in the afternoon. On the bright side I may come back up the road with … Continue reading

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And Then There Is No Mystery Left

This came on the mp3 player the other day. I had nearly forgotten how good this was. Time to listen to the album again but if I do I know that I will play it over and over until I … Continue reading

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. . . And No More Songs To Sing

The more I delve into the output of the three labels run by Stan Lewis out of Shreveport Louisiana the more gems I discover and not all of them on the Jewel label by any manner of means. Today’s track … Continue reading

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Mellow Sunday

There is quite a battle going on for the right to take up residence on my turntable at the moment from two completely different albums. Firstly there is the remix album of a certain Mr Weatherall’s latest project the Asphodells … Continue reading

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It’s Friday . . . Let’s Dance

Mr Weatherall has been up to loads recently, most of which have been documented at the Bagging Area. This week’s posted remix of the collaboration between Wayne Coyne and Moby being particularly memorable and I am also looking forward to … Continue reading

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