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Category Archives: Rare Records
By Garth Cartwright Running from November 1st -18th Londonâ€™s Doc â€˜N Roll film festival offers up 28 music documentaries that range from a study of ‘lost’ Ethiopian jazz of the 1960s through to a scholarly overview of Tunbridge Wellsâ€™ pantoâ€™ … Continue reading
Paul Oliver and Mack McCormick’s unfinished 500 page book to be published on January 29th, 2019 From October 1959 until sometime in 1974, Paul Oliver and Mack McCormick collaborated on what was to be a definitive history and analysis of … Continue reading
SCREENING: 17th November 2018 at 16:00 LDN – Picturehouse Central Dir. Robert Clem, 2017, USA, 87 mins UK Premiere + Q&A with the director and producer hosted by author Viv Brough In the decades following the Second World War, the … Continue reading
New 4 CD Rare Blues Set: ‘Tough Enough’ Down Home Blues: New York, Cincinnati & The North Eastern States.
After accumulating over 80,000 records over half a century, the passing of Aussie record collector Ken Perkins (originally from the UK) has left Australia’s biggest record collection up for sale. The extensive collection was passed down to his daughter Natalie … Continue reading
Directed by: Leslie Ann Coles and starring: Barrie L Wentzell, Ian Anderson, Eric Burdon, Alan Jones, Sonja Kristina, Peter WhiteheadÂ – behind the scenes peek at all the rock â€˜n roll legends of the 1970s, as director Leslie Ann Coles … Continue reading
Box set specialist Bear Family are to releasea four CD set ‘Battleground Korea: Songs and Sounds of Americaâ€™s Forgotten War’, on March 23rd. Bear Family Records have assembled an impressive four-CD anthology that is part 1950s American soundtrack and part … Continue reading
A new book by Garth Cartwright called â€˜Going For A Songâ€™ willÂ explore the history of UK record shops â€“ from the age of the wax cylinder to the days of dubstep and the recent resurgence of vinyl. It will describe … Continue reading