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From Us To You #4 (mono)
Cat: REP 053. Rel: 16 Nov 23
From Us To You (0:53)
If I Fell (2:09)
Things We Said Today (2:32)
I Should Have Known Better (2:35)
I'm Happy Just To Dance With You (1:54)
Kansas City/Hey-hey-hey-hey! (2:38)
A Hard Day's Night (2:25)
From Us To You (0:54)
Review: Music history boffins might be interested to know the 19-minute live recording that is From Us To You #4 runs only slightly shorter than the average touring set played by the Fab Four at the time - 1964. A band in ascendency, to say the least, this is the final (and, as the title suggests, fourth) instalment in this EP series, which is made up of BBC session recordings from the later stages of the legendary group's rock-pop, Merseybeat era. A time capsule captured at the UK broadcasting giant's Paris Studios headquarters, classics like 'A Hard Day's Night' and the titular 'From Us To You' sit alongside the Little Richard anthem 'Kansas City/Hey-hey-hey-hey!', and B-sides like 'Things We Said Today'. Packed with infectious energy, and a naive innocence, it's a brief insight into one of the 20th Century's most evocative periods of music history.
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1963: London To Manchester (mono)
Cat: RANDB 125LP. Rel: 16 Nov 23
She Loves You (2:22)
Twist & Shout (3:01)
I Saw Her Standing There (2:43)
Long Tall Sally (1:32)
She Loves You (2:31)
Twist & Shout (2:45)
Money (0:56)
Twist & Shout (0:30)
Boys/From Me To You (0:40)
Roll Over Beethoven (0:32)
Some Other Guy (0:28)
I Saw Her Standing There (0:24)
From Me To You (0:51)
From Me To You (1:52)
Til There Was You (2:33)
She Loves You (2:09)
Twist & Shout (1:29)
From Me To You (1:17)
All My Loving (1:03)
She Loves You (1:14)
I Saw Her Standing There (0:43)
Baby It's You (0:17)
Twist & Shout (1:52)
From Me To You (2:26)
She Loves You (2:05)
Twist & Shout (3:38)
Review: As we write this The Beatles have just managed to put out their last ever, they say, new single. By harnessing the vast powers of AI and feeding it a dusty old clip of him singing back in the day, they have even managed to recreate the voice of John Lennon. It's a reminder of how ahead of their time the Liverpool band always was, even back in the 1960s. And that's when this album London to Manchester was recorded live on October 13, 1963, which marked the point at which the press knew the band was going to be global superstars and features all their biggest hits from this early-on time.
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Live 1967 (mono)
Cat: RANDB 80LP. Rel: 10 Dec 21
Pay The Price (4:18)
Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing (3:45)
For What It's Worth (3:20)
Mr Soul (3:46)
Rock & Roll Woman (2:49)
For What It's Worth (2:38)
Interview With Dick Clark (1:53)
For What It's Worth (2:58)
Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing (3:37)
Rock & Roll Woman (3:13)
Bluebird (3:39)
A Child's Claim To Fame (3:24)
Pretty Girl Why (Incomplete) (0:30)
For What It's Worth/Mr Soul (3:18)
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Broadcast From London & Bremen 1968-72
Cat: RANDB 119LP. Rel: 23 Feb 23
Psych/Garage Rock
Yellow Brick Road (3:01)
Abba Zabba (3:25)
Sure 'nuff' N Yes I Do (2:45)
Electricity (3:43)
Beatle Bones 'n' Smokin' Stones (3:02)
Safe As Milk (4:19)
Kandy Korn (4:33)
Trust Us (5:09)
Steal Softly Thru (2:14)
Click Clack (3:25)
Golden Birdies (5:37)
I'm Gonna Booglarize You Baby (4:58)
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Boston Music Hall 1972
Cat: RANDB 111LP. Rel: 27 Jan 23
Progressive Rock
Between Blue & Me (5:34)
Burlesque (4:52)
My Friend The Sun (4:33)
Top Of The Hill (8:12)
Holding The Compass (4:18)
The Weaver's Answer (9:05)
Song For Me (11:49)
Review: By 1972, Family had really hit their stride after big success with albums Fearless and Bandstand. Boston Music Hall 1972 was recorded live at the eponymous venue on September 28th 1972 although ' A Song For Me' was recorded for "Rockenstock" French TV earlier in January of that year. It was recorded for radio during their Autumn tour and has big tunes like 'Burlesque', 'My Friend The Sun' and 'The Weaver's Answer' as well as a special bonus recording of 'A Song For Me,' which was originally written for French TV/A super sounding album from one of the great 70s bands.
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BBC2 Sessions 1968-69 (mono)
Cat: RANDB 97LP. Rel: 13 Oct 22
If You Be My Baby (3:32)
Wine Whiskey & Women (2:14)
Peggy Sue Got Married (1:50)
Evenin' Boogie (2:57)
Intergalactic Musicians Walking On Velvet (4:26)
Sheila (2:02)
Hot Rod Man (3:23)
Shake Your Moneymaker (3:11)
Lazy Poker Blues (3:18)
My Baby's Sweet (3:52)
Love That Burns (4:16)
Oh Well (1:45)
Like Crying (0:51)
Linda (4:41)
Review: Everyone has their favourite Fleetwood Mac jams and that's because the band had such great versatility. That is displayed on this collection of BBC2 Sessions which were recorded between 1968-9. The 14 tracks all take in a mix of R&B, electric blues, acoustic blues and more. The sessions were originally recorded for a variety of TV and radio programs and these versions have never made it onto any studio album. This collection is a sister release to the official Live At The BBC album and includes tracks that have guest spots from Christine Perfect, who as Christine McVie became a big part of the band going forwards.
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Live 1969 Oslo & The Hague
Cat: RNB 65LP. Rel: 16 Oct 20
One Sided Love (4:01)
Stop Messin’ Around (4:07)
San Ho-Zay (3:53)
Albatross (3:51)
Tallahassie Lassie (6:27)
Blue Suede Shoes (5:09)
Twist & Shout (1:49)
I’m Worried (3:55)
Like It This Way (3:45)
The World Keep On Turning (3:36)
Rattlesnake Shake (6:38)
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Live On Radio & TV 1969-70
Cat: RANDB 126LP. Rel: 23 Nov 23
You'll Be Mine (1:50)
Good Morning Blues (3:32)
Shady Little Baby (4:23)
Hot Rodding (2:18)
New Worried Blues (2:49)
Early Morning Come (2:26)
Linda (2:03)
Oh Well (2:30)
Albatross (3:34)
Rattlesnake Shake (4:10)
Albatross (2:57)
Coming Your Way (4:45)
The Green Manalishi (1:58)
Review: When most people think of Fleetwood Mac it's post-Rumours, the landmark 1975 album that positioned the group as a soft rock and pop powerhouse. Half a decade earlier, as this collection of live recordings proves, they were turning heads as part of the British blues wave, contemporaries including the Rolling Stones, the Animals, and Eric Clapton. Across 13 incredible tracks, these roots are laid bare in strained, often highly emotional and always impassioned sounds. Three of the songs are collaborations with Duster Bennett, Alexis Korner and Christine Perfect, recorded exclusively for the BBC, while the epic three-headed, or rather three-guitar-ed lineup of the band itself also shows what it's capable of. Add a spellbinding performance of 'Albatross' (which feels like you could almost hear a pin drop) and this is one collection of rarities that lives up to expectations.
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In Concert For The BBC 1972
Cat: RANDB 121LP. Rel: 23 Feb 23
Ice Cream Cakes (7:17)
Morning Dew (5:10)
Going Down (6:06)
Definitely Maybe (5:52)
Ain't No Sunshine (4:31)
New Ways/Train Train (7:08)
Got The Feeling (6:55)
Let Me Love You (6:08)
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Live At Beat Club 1972
Cat: RANDB 114LP. Rel: 23 Feb 23
Top Of The Pops (3:07)
You're Looking Fine (3:50)
Muswell Hillbilly (3:22)
Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Blues (3:26)
Holiday (take 2) (2:56)
Alcohol (take 1) (5:10)
Brainwashed (take 2) (2:25)
Lola (4:24)
Mr. Wonderful (0:41)
Skin & Bone (take 4) (2:55)
You Really Got Me (3:30)
All Day & All Of The Night (4:25)
Alcohol (take 2) (1:31)
Skin And Bone (take 1) (3:07)
Holiday (take 1) (3:43)
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Instant Karma! (mono)
Cat: REP 043. Rel: 04 Feb 22
Radio One (2:49)
Radio Two (2:59)
Interview (part 1) (2:24)
TV One (3:24)
TV Two (3:24)
Interview (part 2) (1:52)
Review: Originally released on Apple in 1970. In the aftermath of the implosion of The Beatles. 'Instant Karma' features Lennon and the Plastic Ono Band kicking off a new decade with a decidedly glam rock stomp (and compressed handclaps to boot) that would go on to shape the sound of the pre-punk era. Lyrically, it's classic solo Lennon, hovering between bile and idealism, and the whole thing's blessed with a chorus that's stickier than freshly discarded chewing gum.
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Live In Japan 1968
Cat: RANDB 107LP. Rel: 01 Dec 22
Last Train To Clarksville (3:19)
I Wanna Be Free (2:39)
D W Washburn (2:23)
Daydream Believer (2:06)
Cuddly Toy (2:25)
Salesman (3:04)
It's Nice To Be With You (2:53)
Mary, Mary (2:25)
Cindy, Cindy (1:10)
Peter Percibal Patterson's Pet Pig Porky (3:12)
Johnny B Goode (2:13)
Gonna Build A Mountain (3:44)
I Got A Woman (3:21)
I'm A Believer (1:39)
(I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone (4:33)
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At The BBC 1970
At The BBC 1970 (limited LP)
Cat: RANDB 120LP. Rel: 27 Apr 23
Ohio (4:33)
No Wheels To Ride (5:30)
Rock 'n' Roll Queen (7:11)
The Debt (4:43)
Walking With A Mountain (8:43)
Keep A-Knockin' (4:19)
At The Crossroads (5:23)
Laugh At Me (4:33)
Review: Mott The Hoople's original line up were on hand when the band went in to the BBC to record this live show for radio. It was back in 1970 and the set list they went for mixes up their Dylan-influenced ballads with plenty of more does eyed stoner rock sounds. Fans will recognise most of these tunes from various Mott the Hoople long players, although three of them were never actually on any record other than this one. The pressing is of great quality given the age of the recording and is a must for fans with extensive sleeve notes.
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Top Of The Pops '67 (mono)
Cat: REP 050. Rel: 17 Nov 22
Let's Spend The Night Together (3:23)
She's A Rainbow (3:19)
2,000 Light Years Away From Home (3:57)
Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby Standing In The Shadow? (2:31)
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Mighty Instrumentals R&B Style 1962 (Record Store Day RSD 2023)
Cat: RANDB 118LP. Rel: 14 May 23
Lonnie Brooks - "The Popeye" (2:18)
Cal Valentine & The Texas Rockers - "Boogie Twist" (part 1) (2:41)
Cal Valentine & The Texas Rockers - "Boogie Twist" (part 2) (2:44)
Mighty Men - "You Too Much" (2:27)
Phil Upchurch - "Here It Tis" (2:58)
Steve Douglas - "Had" (2:44)
Little Milton - "Mo' Taters" (2:07)
Jr Walker & The All Stars - "Cleo's Mood" (2:41)
Harold Jackson & The Jackson Brothers - "The Freedom Riders" (2:26)
Bobby Parker - "Night Stroll" (2:11)
Tom & Jerry - "Smoke Stack" (2:24)
King Curtis - "Low Down" (2:37)
RD Stokes - "My Sandra's Jump" (2:12)
Eugene Blacknell - "Jump Back" (2:22)
Googie Rene - "Hard Times" (2:26)
Bo Diddley - "Bo's Twist" (2:30)
Jimmy McGriff - "All About My Girl" (3:57)
James Brown - "Limbo Jimbo" (edit) (1:31)
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Soho Scene '58: Jazz Goes Mod (Record Store Day RSD 2022)
Cat: RB 94. Rel: 30 Apr 22
Eddie Thompson Trio - "Eddification" (2:44)
Don Rendell Jazz Six - "Johnny Comes Lately" (3:50)
Tony Crombie & His Men - "Ninth Man" (2:52)
Alan Clare Trio - "Morning Fun" (3:34)
The Jazz Couriers - "Mirage" (4:08)
Ronnie Ross Quintet - "Slidin'" (4:24)
Vic Ash Sextet - "Just For The Boys" (3:02)
Miles Davis - "Milestones" (5:49)
Jo Jones Trio - "Cubano Chant" (3:58)
Ahmad Jamal Trio - "Poinciana" (2:48)
Mose Allison - "The Seventh Son" (2:37)
Sonny Clark - "Blue Minor" (edit) (5:18)
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Soho Scene '62 Vol 2: Jazz Goes Mod (Record Store Day RSD 2023)
Cat: RANDB 117LP. Rel: 10 May 23
Harold McNair Quartet - "Harry Flicks" (5:26)
Don Rendell Quintet - "Manumission" (3:32)
Dudley Moore Trio - "Theme From Beyond The Fringe" (4:16)
The Jazz Stars - "Have Jazz Will Travel" (2:31)
The British Jazz Trio - "Charlie Is My Darling" (2:30)
Ronnie Ross & Jazz Workshop - "Good Morning Judge" (3:01)
Tubby Hayes New Quintet - "Cool" (3:41)
Sounds Of Synanon & Joe Pass - "Hang Tough" (6:29)
Chico Hamilton - "El Toro" (4:32)
Gene Ammons - "My Babe" (2:55)
Kenny Burrell - "Out Of This World" (4:53)
Phineas Newborn - "Cabu" (4:56)
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Soho Scene '62 Vol 1: Jazz Goes Mod (Record Store Day RSD 2023)
Cat: RANDB 4LP. Rel: 10 May 23
Larry Frazier - "Before Six" (2:43)
Lou Donaldson - "Funky Mama" (part 1) (3:04)
Lalo Schifrin - "The Wave" (2:40)
Don Wilkerson - "Camp Meetin’" (4:38)
Les McCann - "The Shampoo" (4:15)
Jimmy Drew - "Baby Lou" (2:36)
Johnny Dankworth - "Chano" (2:20)
The Quartette Tres Bien - "Boss Tres Bien" (5:31)
Sam Lazar - "Scootin’" (3:17)
Phil Guilbeau & His Creole Stompers - "Creole Walk" (2:47)
Ted Curson - "Fire Down Below" (4:30)
Tubby Hayes - "Lady E" (3:19)
Larry Frazier - "After Six" (2:38)
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Ready Steady Who Six (Live In Paris 1972) (mono)
Cat: REP 052. Rel: 16 Nov 23
I Can't Explain (2:21)
Summertime Blues (1:03)
Baba O'Riley (5:15)
Relay (8:36)
Review: .There's plenty to talk about with The Who's historic show at Fete De L'Humanite, a huge open-air event hosted by L'Humanite, the main newspaper of the French Communist Party. For starters, on the day - Saturday 9th September, 1972 - an estimated 400,000 people were in attendance, a crowd size that dwarves pretty much anything we can think of today, and remains the band's largest ever gig. Taking to the stage as evening set in, they set to with a typically ferocious set, and four of the most standout pieces for the show are immortalised here on record. Unsurprisingly, that timeless anthem of misspent youth, love, rebellion, and hope for change, 'Baba O'Riley', is a dominant factor, although epic finale 'Relay' is perhaps where the might of their rock 'n' roll juggernaut is most felt here.
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Broadcasts 1969 (mono)
Broadcasts 1969 (mono) (red vinyl LP)
Cat: RANDB 103LP. Rel: 02 Dec 22
Progressive Rock
Every Little Thing (German TV WDR, Big Apple, Wiesbaden, August 26th) (4:14)
Something’s Coming (German TV WDR, Big Apple, Wiesbaden, August 26th) (7:42)
Looking Around (BBC radio The Johnnie Walker Show, June 4th) (3:54)
Everydays (BBC radio Symonds On Sunday, August 4th) (3:09)
No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed (Beat club, Bremen, November 29th) (5:35)
Something’s Coming (BBC radio Symonds On Sunday, August 4th) (7:43)
Every Little Thing (BBC radio Symonds On Sunday, August 4th) (5:42)
Looking Around (Beat club, Bremen, November 29th) (3:51)
Survival (Beat club, Bremen, November 29th) (6:55)
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