‘Lord of the Manor’ by The Everly Brothers
It’s my dad’s 70th birthday tomorrow. It was his records that got me bit. Particularly his early Ray Charles, Buddy Holly & Everly Brothers 7”s. Happy birthday dad. I didn’t hear this one courtesy of you, but what a strange and wonderful record. If you had this one, I would definitely have nicked it.
‘Send Me A Postcard’ by Shocking Blue
Blow-Out @telfords this Friday: vintage ace for modern tastes: Hammond grooves, Northern soul stompers, lysergic fuzz & 60’s girl pop. Like this…
‘Sausalito (Is The Place To Go)’ by Ohio Express
This is what Graham Gouldman could do in his sleep. Shame it’s not the greatest quality. It’s definitely one of the greatest bubblegum songs.
‘I’ll Hold You’ by Frankie & Johnny
Oh my! What a song. And that intro… Love this!
‘Keep On Keepin’ On’ by Nolan Porter
What a record. Love the tremelo guitar and the strings.
This is tonight. Gig of the Week in The Independent; fresh from a brilliant session on Marc Riley’s 6Music show last night - Laura J. Martin Telford’s Warehouse. https://www.facebook.com/events/552013234891005/
Free ‘Alternative to TV’ Crackling Vinyl at Telfords Warehouse mixtape (CD!) for the 1st 25 people through the door.
£6 adv (SeeTickets or venue itself) and £7 on the door.
20:30hrs - Adam Stearns
21:30hrs - Laura J. Martin
Crackling Vinyl DJ’s betwixt and between. Bar-ful of great beers. Ian Wright on the door. What more could any of us possibly want on a fuzzy, freezing January night?
Alternative To T.V. - the Crackling Vinyl at Telfords Warehouse mix CD for tomorrow night’s Laura J Martin gig. Free to the 1st 25 through the door and never available anywhere else, ever again. Not online, not anywhere*
( contains Add ‘N’ to X, Cheap Trick, Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers + much bloody more. )
*Until we reserve the right to volte our face. Off its hinge.