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Various - The Bristol Recorder mp3 album
  • Performer: Various
  • Title: The Bristol Recorder
  • Genre: Jazz / Rock / Soul & Funk / Pop
  • Country: UK
  • Date of release: 2008
  • MP3 size: 1435 mb
  • FLAC size 1588 mb
  • Formats AC3 TTA AU MP2 MP4 AHX AAC

10. Questionairre? (Live). 11. Other People's Parties (Live). 12. Yellow Runs Forever (Live).

Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection. The album was largely sponsored, hence the cover containing ads, much in the way a magazine would. The Magazine is interesting a curio with articles as diverse as the local music scene, Bristol City ( under.

Label: Bristol Archive Records ‎– ARC009. Format: File, MP3, Album, Reissue. Recorded live at Cawardines, Queens Road, Bristol 8 in 1980. Originally released on Wavelength Records BR001. The concept was unique - to release a record with a magazine in a gate fold sleeve. Cast of thank yous: Bob Hooton, Stephen Pritchard, Dave Choen,Nick Fox, Debbie Cleverley,Rachel Morgan, Rachel Swan, and Vee Gee (the typing pool): Paul Graham, Jo Swan, John Michael, Frances Gapper, Val, Griff, Gerard Langley, Paul Davies, Danica and Steve (Devious Designers), Thos Brooman. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.

List of record labels from Bristol. The English city of Bristol has, since the mid-1970s, had a fertile music culture, resulting in not only influential musicians and bands, but also its own sound, Bristol sound or trip hop. Along with the music, a number of local record labels also developed, some receiving national and international attention, others with a smaller audience appeal.

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The ten vinyl tracks are by local and nationally recognised artists and the magazine's sixteen pages have quality articles on the city's cultural and social scene, present and past. tol archivesrecords r shack records

The ten vinyl tracks are by local and nationally recognised artists and the magazine's sixteen pages have quality articles on the city's cultural and social scene, present and past. The ten vinyl tracks are by local and nationally recognised artists and the magazine's sixteen pages have quality articles on the city's cultural and social scene, present and past.

Patrick Duff - "Brian Jones" (3:33). 2. Laid Back - "Bristol Love" (4:50). 3. Lice - "Gentleman's Magazine" (3:07). 4. Oliver Wilde - "You're So Kool-Aid" (3:17).

Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. Gatefold sleeve, 20 page magazine, clear vinyl. Released for Record Store day 2018. New music from Bristol in an archive format. ships out within 2 days.

Tracklist

1 Electric Guitars Continental Shelf 3:00
2 Electric Guitars Dumb Words 3:49
3 Electric Guitars Le Camping 2:33
4 Electric Guitars Magic Surfaces 3:08
5 Circus Circus Friends Will 2:36
6 Circus Circus Squares In The City 3:15
7 Circus Circus Living Lies 3:43
8 Various Artists Unlucky In Love 2:55
9 Various Artists Upmarkette 4:35
10 Various Artists Questionnaire? 2:15
11 Various Artists Other Peoples Parties 2:20
12 Joe Public Yellow Runs Forever 4:15
13 Joe Public Time, Please 3:40
14 Joe Public Part-Time Boy 3:18

Notes

Recorded live at Cawardines, Queens Road, Bristol 8 in 1980. Originally released on Wavelength Records BR001.

The concept was unique - to release a record with a magazine in a gate fold sleeve.

Cast of thank yous: Bob Hooton, Stephen Pritchard, Dave Choen,Nick Fox, Debbie Cleverley,Rachel Morgan, Rachel Swan, and Vee Gee (the typing pool): Paul Graham, Jo Swan, John Michael, Frances Gapper, Val, Griff, Gerard Langley, Paul Davies, Danica and Steve (Devious Designers), Thos Brooman.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BR001 Various The Bristol Recorder ‎(LP, Comp) The Bristol Recorder BR001 UK 1980
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