February’s Record Club: BOWIE – A Vinyl Celebration

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Join us at Glossop Labour Club on Thursday 11th February to celebrate the music of David Bowie.

From Liza Jane to Lazarus, we’ll be playing records spanning his 52-year recording career, exploring his early R&B and mod days and listening to his final album ‘Blackstar’ in full.

We’ll also have time to share our favourite David Bowie (and Bowie-related) records throughout the session, so bring some Bowie vinyl along with you to play.


BOWIE – A Vinyl Celebration
Thursday 11th February from 8pm
Glossop Labour Club, Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT
FREE ADMISSION


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British Blues – music played

It was great to see a packed Labour Club for our first session of 2016. Thank you all for coming and listening.

Big thanks to Peter Carefoot for putting the session together and sharing the stories of what the records he played mean to him. Those stories are what makes record club so special. Thanks also to everyone else who brought along records to play.

Our next session is Thursday 11th February and will be a David Bowie special. More details on that in the coming days.

MUSIC PLAYED

British Blues taster mix
John Mayall & Eric Clapton – Steppin’ Out/Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated – I Wanna Put A Tiger In Your Tank/Led Zeppelin – Travellin’ Riverside Blues/Keef Hartley – Me and My Woman/Savoy Brown – Train to Nowhere/John Mayall – Crawling Up A Hill/Cream – Crossroads/The Beatles –  Yer Blues/The Bluebreakers – Curly/The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band – Can Blue Men Sing The Whites?/The Liverpool Scene – I’ve Got These Fleetwood Mac Chicken Shack John Mayall Can’t Fail Blues

Fleetwood Mac – Fleetwood Mac (CBS/Blue Horizon, 1968)

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SIDE ONE: My Heart Beat Like A Hammer/Merry Go Round/Long Grey Mare/Hellhound On My Trail/Shake Your Moneymaker/Looking For Somebody

SIDE TWO: No Place To Go/My Baby’s Good To Me/I Loved Another Woman/Cold Black Night/The World Keep On Turning/Got To Move

Fleetwood Mac singles selection
Oh Well/Man Of The World/The Green Manalishi/Need Your Love So Bad/Albatross

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Various – Up Jumped The Blues (Manchester Rhythm & Blues Co-operative, 1988)

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SIDE ONE: The Marauders – Dirty Work/The Norman Beaker Band – That’s Unnatural/Bare Wires – Love Going Round/Bamford Blues Band – Too Many Friends/Switchdoctor – Can’t Hold On/The Blueprint – Tearful Eye/Stormy Monday – Give And Take

SIDE TWO: Bare Wires – Manchester Evening Blues/Switchdoctor – Master Mechanic/Bamford Blues Band – Trick Bag/The Norman Beaker Band – No Reason To Believe/Stormy Monday – Stems And Seeds/The Marauders – Bring Me Trouble/The Blueprint – Take Some Time Out

The Bluesbreakers – Hideaway/Cream – Tales Of Brave Ulysses/Eric Clapton And The Powerhouse – I Want To Know (all from The History of Eric Clapton, RSO, 1972)

Rod Stewart – Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (from Blues Now, Decca, 1965)

Fleetwood Mac – Watch Out/Jellybread – Don’t Pay Them No Mind/Top Topham – Mini-Minor-Mo/Duster Bennett – What A Dream (from How Blue Can We Get?, Blue Horizon, 1970)

The Rolling Stones – Love In Vain (from Let It Bleed, Decca, 1969)

John Mayall – Vacation/Walking On Sunset/Laurel Canyon Home/2401 (from Blues From Laurel Canyon, Decca, 1968)


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