I decided to actually print and get this album cover made up. Have I mentioned that I’ve met Tay Tay several times? Haha. She is so loverly and deserves all the success she gets. If you have any suggestions of albums I should recreate, comment below. #AidensAlbumCover#taylorswift#swifties
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🎵 #NowListening : it's all @dvntownsend all the week here at my house! The new album #Empath is out Friday, so the back catalogue is getting a spin in preparation. Tonight it's #OceanMachine on #vinyl ! "The rain will come
The rain will always be
In things I am
Are things that have to be
My friends have come and I never bothered
Myself and I
There is no other"
“Basil Kirchin is a unique and fascinating soul. I confess I had never heard of him until I received this free sampler from Trunk Records because I’d ordered several other CDs from Jonny Trunk’s emporium of the weird and wonderful world of sound. This sampler was produced by Trunk as part of Hull’s City of Culture year in 2017, which organised a weekend celebration of the life and work of Kirchin, the city’s long-lost son. Lost, only in that his talents are not more widely known and celebrated. The track listing on the sampler is almost identical to Trunk’s follow up release Basil Kirchin Is My Friend.
Kirchin started his musical life in the 1950s playing drums in his father’s jazz band, but it was his own experimental compositions in the 1960s for which he is rightly lauded and unjustly not famous enough. He started producing electronic music for imaginary films, a soundtrack for the world inside his head perhaps. And from there started to record a whole range of what is known as library music for films, TV documentaries and theatre. Many of these early electro-jazz-field recordings were for De Wolfe Music, generally regarded as the oldest, largest and original producer of library or production music...”
FOR FULL REVIEW & PLAYLIST CLICK LINK IN PROFILE: https://randomrecordreview.wordpress.com/2019/03/25/717-basil-kirchin-mind-on-the-run-a-basil-kirchin-sampler/
David Bowie - Heroes. Parlophone Records. Made in the EU. 2018 Remastered Reissue.
This 1977 masterpiece by David Bowie is the second installment in the Berlin trilogy and my personal favourite. Brian Eno was the perfect collaborator to create the ambient soundscape over which Bowie's lyrics came alive.
I also love the fact there are instrumental tracks on this album. How many popular artists had the sort of power to convince a record label to do such an audacious thing? John Lennon once said that he wanted to create an album as good as Heroes. Mic drop.