I heard the news today, oh boy

In the latest Buxton Advertiser (29th August) there’s a very nice feature about Glossop Record Club. It’s in the Glossop edition of course. Go buy it (it’s only 45p) or read it here.

ImageAlso, the posters and flyers are ready to go, thanks to One5Designs for the printing those so quickly. Look out for them appearing round town over the coming days.

ImageIn the meantime, keep voting, and see you at Glossop Labour Club on Thursday 12th September at 8pm. Entry is free, although a voluntary donation to the Labour Club would be a welcome gesture.

September’s Record Club – 1973 – featured album and vote


As previously mentioned, the theme for the first Glossop Record Club is 1973 and our featured album will be Roxy Music’s ‘For Your Pleasure’.


I’ve also been rifling through my record collection for other albums released that year and I was quite surprised to discover how many I have! So, as we’ll have time to listen to two albums, the choice of the second album is open to a vote (see below). Feel free to check your own collections and add any other 1973 albums to the list that you can bring along, but please remember… IT MUST BE ON VINYL.

If you need a memory jog, this Wikipedia entry for 1973 in music might prove useful, but as ever with that site, double check the facts for yourself.

And just a reminder about date, time and venue – Thursday 12th September, 8pm – 11pm, Glossop Labour Club, Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT.


The first Glossop Record Club

The first monthly Glossop Record Club takes place on Thursday 12th September at Glossop Labour Club, with an evening of music on vinyl from 1973. Look out for the choice of albums to vote for soon. In the meantime, follow us on Twitter @GlossopRecord  or ‘like’ us on Facebook and look out for the posters appearing round Glossop over the next few weeks.

To find out more about Glossop Record Club, read the ‘About‘ page.