Arquivo da Categoria: 80’s

felt radio session 1984

Janice Long session – October 1984 1. Roman litter 2. Dismantled king is off the throne 3. Vasco da Gama 4. Crystal Ball

Publicado em 80's, felt | Publicar um comentário

altered images "don’t talk to me about love" 1983

For the most part, it sounds like it, too, but the brilliant single “Don’t Talk To Me About Love,” which led off side two, was a welcome surprise, and possibly the best song they ever did. Mike Chapman’s production recalls … Continuar a ler

Publicado em 1983, 80's, altered images | Publicar um comentário

tv21 "a thin red line" 1981

Having recorded a couple of acclaimed singles on their own Powbeat label, they signed to the Deram label also home at the time to Mo-Dettes. The band recorded a string of singles including the near-hit, Snakes and Ladders as well … Continuar a ler

Publicado em 1981, 80's, tv21 | Publicar um comentário

pigbag "dr. heckle and mr. jive" 1982

Along with the Pop Group and Rip Rig and Panic, Pigbag was a brilliant U.K. underground group who created a unique fusion of funk, disco, and post-punk that drew on the diverse, groove-orientated music of Can, Fela Kuti, Miles Davis, … Continuar a ler

Publicado em 1982, 80's, pigbag | Publicar um comentário

the railway children "reunion wilderness" 1987

With the popularity of the Smiths and New Order, British pop burst wide open with a plethora of homegrown acts, of which the Railway Children were but one. Reunion Wilderness takes that sound and adds bits and pieces of dance … Continuar a ler

Publicado em 1987, 80's, the railway children | Publicar um comentário

john cale "music for a new society" 1982

Listening to this is like being alone in a world without meaning. Your stomach gnarls, the hall echoes and your thoughts float aimlessly. When the melody rears its head it does so from somewhere far away, as if coming from … Continuar a ler

Publicado em 1982, 80's, john cale, the velvet underground | Publicar um comentário

the gun club "las vegas story" 1984

A true gem of an album when it was released in 1984, it’s re-release on cd is overdue and is a must for anyone even mildly curious about The Gun Club. Jeffrey Lee Pierce’s unique, emotional, and beautifully discordant vocal … Continuar a ler

Publicado em 1984, 80's, the gun club | Publicar um comentário