Chateau Dietrich

If You Would Like to Hear This Record

Because of various problems with public blogs and rights problems, I have decided to take my blog and convert it to a private email. If you’d like to listen to this album (and more) or any other album I am posting here, just send me your email address at radiovickers1@gmail.com and I will put you on my list. Along with this album, I have a gigantic archive of my vinyl digitizations that gets added to every week. I do them myself and de-click them. Most sound pretty darned good, if I do say so myself.
This is not some come on. Just caution on my part. It costs nothing and there’s nothing to join. Just an email address. I have about a hundred people on my list at the moment. Come and join the musical fun.


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Saturday, February 22, 2014

My Vinyl Attic - James McKenzie - I've Got to Go (197.)



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I was just about to slit this open but it's worth quite a bit of money and I just didn't have the heart to do it.  Perhaps one day. 

01 Lady is Love
02 Live Again
03 Keep It Movin'
04 I've Got to Go
05 Two Ladies
06 Wonderful to Be in Love
07 Felt Her Fire
08 Birth is Love

My Vinyl Attic - John Moore and the Expressway - Out of My Mind (1989)



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The vinyl sounds great on this.  The music is peppy rock.  I quite liked it.  It perked up my morning. 

01 Out of My Mind
02 Out of My Mind (Express Version)
03 Live From Death Row
04 Hoochie Coochie Man

 
John Moore (born 23 December 1964) is a British musician, best known for his work as the drummer in The Jesus and Mary Chain and as a member of Black Box Recorder.

Info stolen from This Great Site


John Moore joined the Jesus and Mary Chain in 1986, succeeding Bobby Gillespie on drum duties, later moving to guitar. When he left the Jesus and Mary Chain in 1988, he formed John Moore & The Expressway, releasing two albums. He later formed a new band called Revolution 9.who released several singles, and one album You Might As Well Live.
In 1997 he formed Black Box Recorder with Luke Haines and Sarah Nixey. The band released three studio albums: England Made Me, The Facts of Life and Passionoia, as well as a compilation The Worst of Black Box Recorder. The single "The Facts of Life" reached number 20 in the UK chart and the band appeared on Top Of The Pops.
In 2005, he released an album, Half Awake on his own The Germ Organization label.
Following a 2007 collaboration with Art Brut and an appearance at the Nick Sanderson (Earl Brutus) tribute concert in October 2008, it was announced that Black Box Recorder would perform their first headlining gigs in five years during February 2009.
Moore is also known for his saw playing; he has played saw on both Art Brut albums, namely the 2007 single "Direct Hit". Moore also occasionally plays saw at Haines' concerts.
Moore has also contributed articles to British newspaper The Guardian, and also releases his own music through his Myspace page.
In the 1990s, Moore was at the forefront of the revival of interest in absinthe


 

My Vinyl Attic - Midnight Fiction - Lady From Mars (1984)



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The vinyl is in great shape.  I don't hear a pop or a click anywhere on headphones.  The music is pretty enjoyable mid-eighties new wave.   There doesn't seem to be much at all on the internet about this band or this album.

01 Take Me To Your Heart
02 Give Me Your Love
03 Lady From Mars
04 Midnight Resolutionary
05 Plea #3


My Vinyl Attic - Gerard McMahon & Kid Lightning - Blue Rue (1981)




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The vinyl on this Lp sounds great.  I don't hear any problems through the headphones.  I got this album at the old Aaron's on Melrose.  I loved their 29 cent section.  I'm sure I'll be digitizing a tone of stuff I plucked from those old wooden bins.  The album is a little generic but nothing without its charms.

Video!
Gerard McMahon - One More Goodbye
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5eSnOp_Oc4

A1
Town Girls4:16
A2
You Know Me Better Than I Do3:55
A3
Gone Tomorrow4:31
A4
Night Woman3:40
A5
All I Really Need4:22
B1
Taxi (Nightdriver)3:49
B2
Blind Love3:07
B3
One More Goodbye3:58
B4
Run Into Your Shadow3:01
B5
What've You Gotta Lose4:28

Credits