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March 13, 2019

Patrick Prince Rare ‘Motortown Revue’ concert poster heads music auction

Concert poster collectors should be excited to listen to this episode. Andrew Hawley, one of the world’s biggest poster collectors, comes on the Goldmine Magazine Podcast to talk about a particular poster — a 1963 day-glo ‘Motortown Revue” poster — up for auction at Heritage.

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Patrick Prince Rare ‘Motortown Revue’ concert poster heads music auction

Concert poster collectors should be excited to listen to this episode. Andrew Hawley, one of the world’s biggest poster collectors, comes on the Goldmine Magazine Podcast to talk about a particular poster — a 1963 day-glo ‘Motortown Revue” poster — up for auction at Heritage.

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Mark Kimber Classic Album Sundays & The Jazz Cafe Present Donald Byrd ‘Places and Spaces’ by Nye Banfield

Many thanks to Sahra Gure, Nye Banfield, Mark Kavuma, Wilf Diamond, Tom Morley, Alex Blake, Ewan Moore, Will Fry, Michael Shrimpling, and everyone who joined us at the Jazz Cafe on Monday 11th March for a brilliant evening of live music. Check out our photo highlights below.









Listen: Miles Davis ‘In A Silent Way’ Legacy Playlist

 

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CAS The Flaming Lips Announce UK Tour

This year marks the 20thanniversary of classic album The Soft Bulletin by GRAMMY-winning band The Flaming Lips, who are celebrating the occasion by announcing a special, three day UK tour. The band’s ninth record, featuring singles ‘Waitin’ for a Superman’ and ‘Race for the Prize, received widespread critical acclaim with NME naming it their album of the year. It will be performed in its entirety to crowds in Edinburgh, Manchester and London, with the short tour concluding at the Brixton Academy on September 7th.

We will also be hosting a special Flaming Lips listening session in London on Sunday March 31st, full info and tickets here.

Tour dates:

September 5 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
September 6 – Manchester Academy, Manchester
September 7 – Brixton Academy, London


Read more: The Story Of The Flaming Lips ‘Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots’

By the time the tour concludes, the band will have released their much anticipated fifteenth album, ‘King’s Mouth’. The new record will feature narration from Mick Jones, guitarist and co-founder of The Clash. The band’s follow-up release to 2017’s ‘Oczy Mlody’ is set for release on Record Store Day, April 13th. Initially, the release will be exclusive to independent record stores, with only 4,000 gold pressed vinyl copies being distributed. A more widely accessible release will hit the marketplace come July.


Listen: The Flaming Lips ‘Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist
Listen: The Flaming Lips ‘Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots’ Legacy Playlist

Reflecting the artistic proficiency of front man Wayne Coyne, the record will be accompanied by a book,King’s Mouth: Immerse Heap Trip Fantasy Experience, written and illustrated by Coyne himself. He explains, “The King’s Mouth immersive/child-like qualities are born from the same spark and womb as Flaming Lips live performances. The King’s Mouth adventure was made for humans of all sizes, ages, cultures, and religions”.

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Diognes_The_Fox The Discogs Top 50 Best Selling Records Of January 2019

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This list has something for everyone. Classics and new, experimental and pop, electronic and analog, fast cars — it’s all here, and if you were paying attention when some of this came out, you probably have a copy by now. The release that stands out to me here the most, other than the undefeatable Tracy Chapman, is the Glass Bead Games reissue.

Back in the day when I was scraping yard sales and dollar bins to make ends meet, I found that and another Strata East release in super clean condition at a yard sale in a big box of free records. That month I made rent. Maybe you won’t after viewing this list, though. Be cautious!

Killing Joke - Killing Joke

#2 – Killing Joke – Killing Joke

2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Yellow & Orange Mixed

Portishead - Dummy

#11 – Portishead – Dummy

LP, Album, RE, 180 gram

Daughters - You Won't Get What You Want

#15 – Daughters – You Won’t Get What You Want

2xLP, Album, Clear w/ White Smoke “London Fog”

Queen - A Night At The Opera

#18 – Queen – A Night At The Opera

LP, Album, Embossed Gatefold

Sade - Diamond Life

#22 – Sade – Diamond Life

LP, Album, Blue Labels, Gatefold

Susumu Yokota - Acid Mt. Fuji

#26 – Susumu Yokota – Acid Mt. Fuji

2xLP, Album, RE, RM, 180g

Frank Ocean - Endless

#45 – Frank Ocean – Endless

2xLP, S/Sided, Album, Etch

Tool (2) - Lateralus

#48 – Tool (2) – Lateralus

2xLP, Album, Ltd, Pic, RE, 180 Gram

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CAS Look Inside The De La Soul ‘3 Feet High and Rising’ Re-Issue from Vinyl Me, Please

This month marks the 30thanniversary of NYC hip hop trio De La Soul’s iconic debut album 3 Feet High and Rising. Join us on Tuesday March 26th as DJ Yoda and Classic Album Sundays’ founder Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy will tell the story behind the album followed by an uninterrupted replay on the Classic Album Sundays’ audiophile hi-fi.

Tickets and full event info here.

For more insight into this exceptional record, here’s why 3 Feet High and Rising is Vinyl Me, Please Record of the Month:

Andrew Winistorfer: This is a title that, at least as long as I’ve been at Vinyl Me, Please, has been one of the most requested Records of the Month. Everytime we do a classic rap album, there’s people on social media saying, “Why haven’t you done 3 Feet High and Rising?” which became especially loud when we did Buhloone Mindstate last year in Rap & Hip Hop. It’s been big on our surveys, too. Sometimes, the answer here is as simple as people want this record, this record rules, we love this record and we can put it out. We’re just giving the people what they want. Just so happens they want one of the best rap albums of all time.

Cameron Schaefer, Vinyl Me, Please Head of Music: This feels like the feeling I had when we did Ready to Die. We’re known for doing the less obvious stuff, but sometimes, this is one of the best records that’s ever been made, and I want it. One of the benefits of working at Vinyl Me, Please in the capacity that we do is that we’re in a position where we can sort of curate to our own wants and record collections (laughs).

You’re talking to someone who has used Classics as basically that for more than a year now, so, agreed (laughs).

Yeah, I want a really good remastered reissue of 3 Feet High and Rising, and now we’re going to get it.

And since this is a record that got in before rap sampling costs got out of control, it’s one of the rare records that exists as it did back then in vinyl form, but because of the way their contracts were written, it would cost thousands and thousands and thousands of dollars for this to ever make it to streaming services intact, so the best way to hear it is on vinyl.

This album was born to be played on vinyl, too; all the samples were sourced from old records, so this should be heard on record in its best form.

Another fun fact is that this is our first ever ’80s album in Essentials. We did Queen Latifah in Rap & Hip Hop last summer, but in six-plus years of being a club, this is our first ’80s album in our main subscription. It’s not like we actively avoided that decade or even tried to do one on purpose, but it’s crazy that it took this long. People are always like, “When are you going to do an ’80s album?” and I’m sure they mean Kajagoogoo. But this is ’80s. We did it!

Yeah, that’s nuts. In some ways, I’m glad it’s this, and not what people are thinking of when they think “The ’80s!”

Read the full article on the Vinyl Me, Please website here.

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Abdullah Ibrahim signs to Gearbox

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“What was once rock ’n’ roll and very disposable is now art. My vision, for better or worse,…

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