Adam Port – Sonnenfinsternis 5. Margot – Er Suonone 8. V – Take You There Floorplan – Spin Bart Skils – Fifth Gear Emmanuel – Entroterra Sven embodies the music as a whole, he cherishes every facet of Techno and House. From this moment on, he has helped to shape it year after year. Cocoon is a global identification mark for high quality parties and festivals. The kittenish hookline is open to any kind of playful swing, yet it follows the tender, springy groove with the self-assuredness of a dream walker.
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You can also connect this unit to your computer via a USB cable. With this turntable you can record your vinyl records directly to a CD. It also has a USB port for audio streaming. This one has bigger speakers and looks more professional but the features are the same. It can also playback CDs.
On later pressings, the top right part of the flipback includes the text:
Fatboy Slim, then of Beats International , the label lifted its moniker and aesthetic from the Japanese TV shows of the s and s based on the Ninja. In , Peter Quicke stepped aboard as label manager, as did Patrick Carpenter, a. PC, who joined Coldcut as sound engineer. Its pioneering  influence on the genre became more prevalent with the label’s first compilation, Funkjazztical Tricknology, in The genre originated in England as a successor to acid house , taking in acid jazz and funk , and using hip hop style breakbeats rather than the mechanical ‘4 on the floor’ drum rhythm of house.
Ninja artists especially looked beyond the normal sampling sources of old funk records into jazz, epitomised by Ninja act The Cinematic Orchestra. Coldcut’s contribution to Britain’s flourishing scene was solidified by their Solid Steel show on London’s Kiss FM ,  on airwaves since The ongoing success of Solid Steel, and its subsequent syndication across the globe, broadcast the Ninja brand across the airwaves. The late night Saturday show cut all manner of beats, samples and loops into a chaotic musical blend.
Openmind included Kevin Foakes a. Strictly Kev of DJ Food. After submitting a re-styled company logo he was employed by Ninja Tune in the capacity of overall design consultant. Matt Black also invited Foakes to Ninja’s recording studio, where he eventually joined the many hands at work on DJ Food’s album, Recipe for Disaster which also included Patrick Carpenter a.
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A NEW Keighley record shop has got into its groove within weeks of opening. Gareth Beck has been left spinning by the success of Grind and Groove since he began selling vinyl discs from his little shop in Cavendish Street. Lifelong music fan Gareth decided to specialise in only vinyl rather than CDs after amassing his own collection of thousands of the discs over the past few years.
Other features include, cassette player and radio tuner.
A vinyl record that Mr Lowe, from Yatton, Somerset, kept at the bottom of a drawer in his home for more than 20 years is today named as the most valuable in the world by industry bible Record Collector. Duff absentmindedly put the original acetate disc, recorded in a Liverpool studio in , in the bottom of a drawer and forgot about it until the early s, when he sold it back to McCartney for an undisclosed sum. The recording later appeared in the Beatles’ Anthology series, which was released in the s.
I kept it for a week, George kept it for a week, John kept it for a week, [drummer] Colin Hanton kept it for a week, then Duff kept it for 23 years. Although 20, copies were made, most were destroyed, making it a collector’s item. Only three copies are known to exist. The Quarry Men recording at the top of the list was created in July by the Beatles trio plus John ‘Duff’ Lowe on piano and drummer Colin Hanlon, who headed into a studio after shelling out a few shillings.
The acetate version ended up in Lowe’s hands and he eventually sold it to Sir Paul, who is still thought to own it. He had it restored and it was used to make the handful of copies.
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PC, who joined Coldcut as sound engineer.
Ortofon apparently discontinued its acclaimed range of Super OM cartridges around The natural replacment being the 2M range of cartridges. In June , however, Felix Scerri noticed that his favourite cartridges were one again available for purchase. The Ortofon website doesn’t show them, yet they do in the ‘product’ range. I’m glad, as they are a very fine cartridge! Perhaps the 2M range has not worked out as well as expected.
With the Super OM series only the stylus was different, not so with the 2M series, possibly a mistake all things considered! Many of the popular styli that will be encountered will have an elliptical shape. Some more expensive styli will have more exotic shapes such as the ‘fine line’ profile. The finer the profile of the tip, the deeper the it can reach into the record groove and therefore extract the maximum possible amount of musical detail.
The measurements given by different manufacturers can be confusing as some use imperial units such as mil or inches others use metric units such as millimetres or microns.
Link For vinyl junkies, nothing beats a quiet night in, spinning platters. So where do you look for records that even the specialist retailers aren’t interested in? I first learned about discogs.
This is the runout of the B-side:
Do you know and enjoy the work of Mr. Bachman was the original lead guitarist of The Guess Who and he was one hella killa wickedass playa. Not that you can tell in most of these songs because he’s just playing pseudo-British rhythm guitar stuff that sounds like Herman’s Hermits or Gerry And The Pacemakers, but then he wrote this friggin’ surf song like The Ventures and wow!
He’s a guitarist of no mean feat! The organ and vocals are pretty loud though, so don’t expect to be dazzled all to oblivion and back by the adequate meanderings of our Mister Bachman. Historians tend to ream this particular era of The Guess Who, proclaiming that they were a third-rate early s rock band with no unique style. That may be true, but a lot of these songs are really, REALLY catchy, beating the daylights out of, oh, early Moody Blues let’s say for the sake of argument.
Granted, they’re probably all cover tunes including the creepy harmonized Beach Boys song “Don’t Be Scared” – listen close to hear the mic feedback a bunch of times when they get too loud! My point is that Chad Allan has an adequate voice, low enough to be croony and enjoyable, if a little crybabyish and cracky during the faster parts. And the songs themselves stick with you like a swarm of killer hornets after you thwak their nest with your arm over and over again. Burton Cummings is now in the band, but the music is pretty much the same as it was before.
It just sounds like one of those Pebbles compilations with its exciting mixture of melodic British Invasion rock and roll, pop balladry and harder, heavier Burton Cummings-sung rock. Cummings’ voice is lower, see, and sexier like a MAN. Chad Allan was but a wee boy.
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Thank you to Charles Laing for this scan. He’d’ve been early to mid 20s, intimidating to a 15 yr old. Greyfriars Market in the seventies. Thank you to Alan for this picture.
Text around the bottom edge of the label starts at 10 o’clock and says:
Ken Irwin The emerging cult for collecting vinyl records was first explored in this column in Seven years later, this niche market is a phenomenon around the world. They concentrated on British releases but the recording at No. In , an unknown band called the Quarry Men recorded a demo single on a 78rpm acetate disc at a home studio in Liverpool. The acetate was kept by the band’s pianist, John Duff Lowe, who sold it to McCartney in for an undisclosed sum.
That’s a conservative estimate, the Record Collector editors add. Second in the magazine’s list are the 50 to 75 private recordings of this acetate commissioned by McCartney in to give to friends for Christmas. You will now receive updates from Money Newsletter Money Newsletter Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox.
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Co-written by Price with co-producer and instrumentalist Jeremy Ivey , that song shows off her old-fashioned style but also an essential element of quality country, lyrical ability. This double comes on picture gatefold with an open letter to the listener from the man behind it, chef Martin Morales of the Peruvian-themed Ceviche restaurants in London.
As winter hits Britain, this music, friendly, welcoming and unrelentingly up, lets sunshine pour from the speakers. If only all vinyl could be as lush as this!
In Jarre made 1 copy of this album and then destroyed the master tapes, which is why the price is so high for this record.
A record with a “G” stamper letter indicates that the record was made from the first stamper. Later pressings may have stamper numbers in combination, such as “AL” which means This is known matrix information only. If you have a record with matrix information that is not listed here, please send me the information! Issue – A first issue is NOT the same thing as a first pressing. In fact, a first issue can be a very high pressing. For example, a copy of Dark Side of the Moon with a solid blue triangle on the label is a first issue.
To determine the pressing, you must look at the pressing indicators stamper letters and mother numbers found in the records run off groove. GMP indicates that side 1 was made using the th stamper, and GRR indicates that side 2 was made using the nd stamper. Since, generally, records were pressed with each stamper, this record is approximately the 73, th pressing of Dark Side of the Moon.
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Sales of vinyl records are now ahead of their digital counterparts Credit: At the end of , it was widely reported that vinyl album sales had surpassed digital downloads for the first time ever. New artists as well as established bands now release vinyl as a matter of course. Entire back catalogues are being hastily re-pressed. Newly founded record company Omerta Inc is only selling vinyl.
A “stunning futurespective”  compilation album was released on 20 September in two formats – a regular version consisting of two 2-disc volumes, and a limited edition of 3, copies , containing six CDs, six 7″ vinyl singles, a hardback copy of the book, a poster and additional items.
These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image copyright And Vinyly Image caption There is about a teaspoonful of Madge Hobson’s ashes in her record John Hobson is listening to a recording of conversations with his late mother, mostly small talk about family. The words are on a vinyl record, although this is more than a recording of memories. The ashes of Madge Hobson are combined with the vinyl, with a photograph and details of her life printed on the labels.
The firm is part of a fast-growing sector of the end-of-life industry. No longer need ashes be stored in an urn or scattered to the wind. Now you can wear, drink from, or display a little part of what is left of your loved one. Mr Hobson, a year-old sculptor, says his mother, a devout churchgoer, would thoroughly approve of her record. Fifteen records were pressed for family and friends.