September’s virtual Record Club: 7th Birthday special

This September marks seven years since we started our monthly record club sessions, and while we haven’t been able to meet up like we usually do these last few months, we’ll be marking the occasion with another virtual online record club.

And as it’s our 7th birthday, the theme is SEVEN. Here’s what we’re looking for:

  • Seven in a song or album title or lyric.
  • An artist’s seventh album or single.
  • The seventh track on an album.
  • Bands with seven members.
  • A year that ends in 7 (1957, 1967 etc, but only 1977 from the 70s will be valid)

Whatever the seven connection, make a suggestion. Over to you!

Some of you have already suggested tracks to play, but if you haven’t, there’s plenty of time to do that. Our Twitter and Facebook pages are the best places to get in touch, or you can drop us a line here if social media isn’t your thing.

Then all you have to do is open our live audio stream on Thursday night at 8pm. Just click this link and press play! https://www.mixcloud.com/live/GlossopRecordClub/

Yes – phones ARE allowed at this record club!

So remember, stay at home and listen online.

NB: we’ll be using Mixcloud for our live stream, which seems to work best on a computer or mobile browser, but there is an app too if you want to give that a try. We’ll see how it goes!


VIRTUAL RECORD CLUB: Seven
Thursday 10 September, 8pm
Click this link to listen: https://www.mixcloud.com/live/GlossopRecordClub/

VIRTUAL RECORD CLUB – Thursday 13 August 2020

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Hello record clubbers, hope you’re all doing well.

We don’t usually do a session in August, but these are different times, so we hope you can join us ONLINE on Thursday 13th August for an evening of music from the 1990s.

It’s a decade we haven’t explored very much at record club, probably due to most of us buying stuff on CD or tape back then and neglecting poor old records. As a result, original 90s vinyl pressings now come with a hefty price tag. But we’re not going to let that stop us in the virtual realm!

From baggy, rave, grunge and Britpop, through to acid jazz, hip hop, drum & bass and more, tell us your favourite 90s artists, albums and tracks and we’ll play as many as we can on the night!

Some of you have already suggested tracks to play, but if you haven’t, there’s plenty of time to do that. Our Twitter and Facebook pages are the best places to get in touch, or you can drop us a line here if social media isn’t your thing.

Then all you have to do is open our live audio stream on Thursday night at 8pm. Just click this link and press play! https://www.mixcloud.com/live/GlossopRecordClub/

We’ll hopefully be hearing from some of the record club regulars who’ll be playing their favourite tracks from that decade alongside as many of the suggestions we’ve received. All you have to do is sit back and listen from the safety and comfort of your own home! We’ll be live tweeting throughout the night and doing our best to keep up with Facebook posts too, so please come and say hello.

Yes – phones ARE allowed at this record club!

So remember, stay at home and listen online.

NB: we’ll be using Mixcloud for our live stream, which seems to work best on a computer or mobile browser, but there is an app too if you want to give that a try. We’ll see how it goes!


VIRTUAL RECORD CLUB: The 1990s
Thursday 13 August, 8-11pm
Click this link to listen: https://www.mixcloud.com/live/GlossopRecordClub/

LISTEN AGAIN – June’s Virtual Record Club

If you missed our live streamed virtual record club on 11th June, or want to listen to any of it again, here it is.

Thanks to everybody who got in touch to suggest songs and those who got in touch throughout the live event. Big thanks also to Rachel, Paul, Jarrod, Gavin, Brett and Rich for coming on to share and talk about their choices.

VIRTUAL RECORD CLUB, 11 June 2020

Hello record clubbers, I hope you are all keeping safe and well.

It’s been three months since our last proper meet up, and although we’ve done a couple of pop-up radio shows in that time, we haven’t attempted anything resembling a regular record club session, so on Thursday 11 June, we’re going to give it a try and bring record club to you! Online, of course.

The theme for our virtual record club is 1980, and lots of you have already suggested tracks to play. There’s still time to do that if you haven’t done so already. Our Twitter and Facebook pages are the best place to do that, but you can get in touch through the website too if social media isn’t your thing.

Then all you have to do is open our live audio stream on Thursday night at 8pm. Just click this link and press play! https://livesets.com/glossoprecordclub/live

We’ll be hearing from some of the record club regulars who’ll be playing a few of their favourite tracks from that year alongside as many of the suggestions we’ve received. All you have to do is sit back and listen from the safety and comfort of your own home! We’ll be live tweeting throughout the night and doing our best to keep up with Facebook posts too, so please come and say hello.

Yes – phones ARE allowed at this record club!

So remember, stay at home and listen online.


VIRTUAL RECORD CLUB: 1980
Thursday 11 June, 8-11pm
Click this link to listen: https://livesets.com/glossoprecordclub/live


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Record Club update

Dear record clubbers,

As you may have expected, I have taken the decision to postpone our regular record club sessions for the foreseeable future and until such time it is same for us to resume.

Glossop Record Club is all about sharing music, and we’ll still be doing our monthly radio show for Radio Free Matlock, and we may even do some ad-hoc live shows in between. We’ll let you know if we do. We’ll asking for your shout outs and dedications for all of our radio shows. And of course, there are dozens of mixes from our seven years of meet-ups to keep you entertained on our Mixcloud page.

In the meantime, please support your favourite independent artists through Bandcamp rather than streaming services, and your favourite independent record shops by buying from them online. The same goes for our local shops and businesses.

But most of all, look after yourselves and help others where you can. Stay safe, stay healthy and we’ll see you soon.

Simon

RECORDS PLAYED: Depeche Mode 40 (March 2020)

All songs by Depeche Mode (on Mute Records) unless otherwise noted.

DEPECHE MODE INFLUENCES
Fad Gadget – Back To Nature/Lady Shave
Sparks – The Number One Song In Heaven
The Human League – Being Boiled
Kraftwerk – Computer Love/The Model
Gary Numan – Cars
The Normal – Warm Leatherette
Roxy Music – Love Is The Drug
David Bowie – Heroes

Dreaming Of Me (7″, 1981)

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Violator (1990)

SIDE 1: World In My Eyes / Sweetest Perfection / Personal Jesus / Halo / Waiting For The Night

SIDE 2: Enjoy The Silence / Policy Of Truth / Blue Dress / Clean

Stripped (from Black Celebration, 1986)
Precious (from Playing the Angel, 2005)
Shake The Disease (from The Singles 81→85, 1985)
In Chains (Alan Wilder remix) / Behind The Wheel (Vince Clarke remix) / A Pain That I’m Used To (Jacques Lu Cont remix) / The Darkest Star (Monolake remix) (from Remixes 2: 81–11, 2011)
Everything Counts (live) (single, 1989)
Home (Ultra, 1997)
Heroes (live in Berlin) (bootleg 10″, 2018)

Listen to highlights of the records played here or click the player below.


Established 2013, Glossop Record Club is the monthly vinyl-listening session which puts the music first. Have a look here to find out more about what we do and our past sessions.


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March’s Record Club: DEPECHE MODE 40

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Glossop Record Club is back on Thursday 12th March to celebrate Depeche Mode, with an evening of their music played on vinyl.

2020 marks the band’s 40th year together, and this March is the 30th anniversary of their seventh studio album ‘Violator’, probably their most accessible and celebrated album which includes the singles ‘Personal Jesus’ and ‘Enjoy The Silence’.

DM superfan Rachel Blackman hosts the session and will be playing tracks from throughout the band’s illustrious and turbulent career, alongside the ‘Violator’ album in full.

It all kicks off at 8pm. See you there!


DEPECHE MODE 40
Thursday 12th March, 8-11pm
Glossop Labour Club, Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT
FREE ADMISSION


Established 2013, Glossop Record Club is the monthly vinyl-listening session which puts the music first. Have a look here to find out more about what we do and our past sessions.


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RECORDS PLAYED: Birthday No.1s Night (February 2020)

Brian Fahey And His Orchestra – At The Sign Of The Swingin’ Cymbal (Pick Of The Pops theme)
Wizard – Angel Fingers
Geraldo & His Orchestra ‎– Jingle, Jangle, Jingle*
The Searchers – Needles And Pins
Benny Hill – Ernie (The Fastest Milkman In The West)
David Bowie – Ashes To Ashes
Paul Anka – Diana
The Shadows – Apache
The Knack – My Sharona*
Frank Ifield – Lovesick Blues
The Troggs – With A Girl Like You
T. Rex – Get It On
Middle Of The Road – Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep
Bee Gees – Night Fever
Bee Gees – Massachussetts
The Walker Brothers – The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore
M*A*S*H* – The theme from M*A*S*H*
Don Estelle & Windsor Davies – Whispering Grass
Johnny Preston – Running Bear
Cilla Black – Anyone Who Had A Heart
Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin – It’s My Party
Perry Como – Magic Moments
Buddy Holly – It Doesn’t Matter Anymore
Manfred Mann – Pretty Flamingo
The Rolling Stones – (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
Frankie Lane – I Believe
Elvis Presley – The Wonder Of You

* US number 1

Listen to the records played here or click the player at the top of the page.


Established 2013, Glossop Record Club is the monthly vinyl-listening session which puts the music first. Have a look here to find out more about what we do and our past sessions.


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February’s Record Club: BIRTHDAY No.1s NIGHT

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We’re back at Glossop Labour Club on Thursday 13th February, when you’ll get the chance to play one record, and one record only – the song that was number 1 in the UK singles chart on the day you were born!

You can find out what it was here officialcharts.com/archive/

Or here, if you were born before November 1952, popmusichistory.co.uk/sheet-music.

It doesn’t matter if it’s from the original single, a reissue, on an LP or compilation, so long as it’s on vinyl and plays at 33, 45 or 78, and it’d be great if you can tell us something about it too. It’ll be good fun.

If you need any help tracking down a vinyl copy of your birthday number 1 song to play, get in touch and we’ll see what we can do. Contact us here or via one of the social media links below. And don’t leave it til the last minute!

Doors open at 8pm and the music kicks off at 8.30pm. See you there.


BIRTHDAY No.1s NIGHT
Thursday 13th February 2020
Glossop Labour Club, Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT
FREE ADMISSION


Established 2013, Glossop Record Club is the monthly vinyl-listening session which puts the music first. Have a look here to find out more about what we do and our past sessions.


Click here for venue and travel details.

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RECORDS PLAYED: Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours (January 2020)

All tracks by Fleetwood Mac unless otherwise noted.

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Black Magic Woman/Albatross/The Green Manalishi (from ‘Greatest Hits’, CBS, recorded 1968 and 1970)

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Rhiannon (from ‘Fleetwood Mac’, Reprise, 1975)

Rumours (Warner Bros, 1977)
SIDE ONE: Second Hand News / Dreams / Never Going Back Again / Don’t Stop / Go Your Own Way / Songbird
SIDE TWO: The Chain / You Make Loving Fun / I Don’t Want To Know / Oh Daddy / Gold Dust Woman

BONUS TRACKS

Tusk (Warner Bros, 1979)
Need Your Love So Bad (CBS, 1968)
Oh Well (part 1) (Reprise, 1969)
Stretch – Why Did You Do It (Anchor, 1975)
The Top of the Poppers – Tusk (Hallmark, 1979)
Fleetwood Mac Live (Warner Bros, 1980): Monday Morning / Say You Love Me / Dreams / Oh Well / Over And Over / Sara / Not That Funny / Never Going Back Again / Landslide

Listen to all the music played plus our special Mac-related playlist here or click the player below.


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