The VINYL FEST line up was the stuff of dreams. Mainly for the very simple that most of the acts who got played are no longer with us (the curse of Record Club claimed another victim with the passing of the last surviving original Ramone a couple of days after the session, sad news indeed).
The final results of the poll made for very interesting reading. The Cramps and Mark Lanegan tied for first place. Handy, as both their albums are mini albums, which meant we got to play both in full. Ramones, Johnny Cash, Otis Redding, Talking Heads and Pearl Jam also did pretty well, and we played a side each by the first three in that list. Surprisingly, The Beatles received no votes whatsoever. Which is refreshing.
And so many of you brought live records along that we didn’t get chance to play all of them (sorry if that was you). But we did find time for Dr Feelgood, Kate Bush, Stevie Wonder, The Who, David Bowie, The Smiths and Echo & The Bunnymen (recorded live just up the road in Buxton no less). Frank Sidebottom also made a welcome return right at the end of the evening. A full list of the music played is below. Listen to highlights via Mixcloud.
A big thank you to:
• Brett from The Downstairs Lounge for his selection of live comedy records, including the very topical choice of Monty Python.
• Mathew and Steve for their additions to the poll
• People’s Kitchen Glossop for the very tasty vegeburgers (bean and tofu if you were wondering) that brought the authentic festival flavour to the proceedings. They went down very well indeed.
And thanks to everyone who came, making the first Glossop Record Club VINYL FEST a resounding success.
Here are a few of the nice comments folk made on Twitter:
Wow – The Cramps, Ramones & Johnny Cash all in one night
@GlossopRecord. Just needed The Fall too, then head would have exploded with delight.
Another fab night of vinyl, beer & food with
Another great night at
@GlossopRecord Club. Loved Mark Lanegan.
Just a reminder that there is no session in August. We’re back on Thursday 11th September for a screening of the documentary ‘Made In Sheffield’ and Q&A with its director, Eve Wood. Enjoy the summer and see you in September.
VINYL FEST 2014 – MUSIC PLAYED
ROXY MUSIC – Viva! (Island, recorded 1973/74, released 1976)
Out Of The Blue/Pyjamarama/The Bogus Man
DAVID BOWIE – Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture (RCA, recorded 1973, released 1983)
VARIOUS – Concerts for the People of Kampuchea (Atlantic, recorded 1979, released 1981)
Queen – Now I’m Here/The Clash – Armagideon Time/Ian Dury & The Blockheads – Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick/The Specials – Monkey Man
KATE BUSH – On Stage (EMI, 1979)
Them Heavy People/Don’t Push Your Foot On The Heartbrake
VINYL FEST POLL RUNNERS-UP
DR. FEELGOOD – Stupidity (United Artists, 1976)
Going Back Home/I Don’t Mind/Back In The Night/I’m A Hog For You
VARIOUS – At The Cavern (Decca, 1964)
The Big Three – Bring It On Home To Me/Lee Curtis & The All-Stars – Skinny Minny
STEVIE WONDER – Looking Back (Motown)
Fingertips (Part II)
DAVID BOWIE – Birthday Celebration (Live in NYC 1997) (Vinyl Passion)
Waiting For The Man (with Lou Reed)
THE SMITHS – Rank (Rough Trade)
Bigmouth Strikes Again
THE WHO – Story Of The Who (Polydor)
Summertime Blues (from Live At Leeds)
THE DOWNSTAIRS LOUNGE COMEDY ‘TENT’
MAX MILLER – You Can’t Help Liking Him (Hallmark)
FRANKIE HOWERD – At The Establishment & At The B.B.C. (Decca, 1963)
VARIOUS – The Secret Policeman’s Ball (Island, 1979)
Rowan Atkinson – School Master
MONTY PYTHON – Live At Drury Lane (Charisma, 1974)
VINYL FEST HEADLINERS
MARK LANEGAN – The Night Porter, Live In The House Of The Lord, Union Chapel, London, 18/8/2010 (no label, 2010)
Side One: When Your Number Isn’t Up/One Way Street/Wild Flowers/One Hundred Days
Side Two: Shadow Of The Season/Halo Of Ashes/Traveler
THE CRAMPS – Smell Of Female (Big Beat, 1983)
Side One: Thee Most Exalted Potentate Of Love/You Got Good Taste/Call Of The Wig Hat
Side Two: Faster Pussycat/I Ain’t Nuthin’ But A Gorehound/Psychotic Reaction
VINYL FEST EXTRA TIME
PEARL JAM – A Drop In The Park (Epic, recorded 1992, released 2009)
State Of Love And Trust
ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN – Shine So Hard (Korova, 1981)
Crocodiles/Zimbo/All That Jazz/Over The Wall
FRANK SIDEBOTTOM – Timperley EP (In Tape, 1987)
Born In Timperley (live version)
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