CREATION RECORDS – 14th April 2016

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We’re back at Glossop Labour Club on Thursday 14th April, when Darren will be at the helm for a session dedicated to the legendary and hugely influential British indie label Creation Records.

The night will feature a tasty selection of tracks from a variety of bands who featured on the label, as well as Teenage Fanclub‘s classic Bandwagonesque played in full. There’ll be plenty of indiepop gems, a few shoegaze faves and a number of rather noisy tracks to enjoy.

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Darren writes: there are so many amazing bands that have been signed to Creation but only a limited amount of time available on the night, so choosing what to play is a difficult task. We’ll hear tracks by The Jesus and Mary Chain, My Bloody Valentine, Primal Scream, The House of Love plus many more. I’ll be mainly focusing on the early days of Creation so I’m sure I’ll be omitting some favourites. ‘Some Might Say’ that’s a good thing, but hopefully people will bring along their own vinyl to fill in the gaps.

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See you there!


CREATION RECORDS NIGHT
Thursday 14th April from 8pm
Glossop Labour Club, Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT
FREE ADMISSION


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PROG: Music played

Thanks to everyone who came to the Prog Rock spectacular and of course to John for choosing the tunes and sharing his memories of those times. There was lots of air guitar/drums/keyboards/woodwind going on throughout the night! Also thanks to Beany and Scotty for the bonus tracks. And apologies to fans of Emerson Lake & Palmer. The curse of record club strikes again.

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Thanks for an ace night & thanks to John for the tunes. My ears have been treated to some epic wonders #progtastic

Had a good night at Prog night and was blown away by  Morning  by T2.

My first time and it was nice to sit with like minded people with the love for Vinyl.

Progressive rock legend Emerson dies. The curse strikes again!

We’re back on Thursday 14th April for a Creation Records special with Darren. He can’t promise any twenty minute songs and drum solos, but there should be plenty of indiepop gems, a few shoegaze faves and a number of rather noisy tracks to enjoy. See you then.


MUSIC PLAYED

The Best of Emerson Lake & Palmer (Atlantic Records, 1980)

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Lucky Man/Karn Evil 9 (1st Impression, Part 2)

Supertramp – Indelibly Stamped (A&M, 1971)

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Coming Home To See You/Times Have Changed/Friend In Need/Aries

JOHN’S CLASSIC PROG ROCK CHRONOLOGY (Part 1)

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Van Der Graaf Generator – Darkness 11/11 (68-71, Charisma, 1971)

King Crimson – 21st Century Schizoid Man (In The Court Of The Crimson King, EG/Polydor, 1969)

T2 – Morning (It’ll All Work Out In Boomland, Decca, 1970)

Clear Blue Sky – Journey To Inside Of The Sun (Sweet Leaf) (Clear Blue Sky, Vertigo, 1970)

INTERVAL

Jethro Tull – Original Masters (Chrysalis, 1985)

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Sweet Dream/Songs From The Wood /Witches Promise /Thick As A Brick

JOHN’S CLASSIC PROG ROCK CHRONOLOGY (Part 2)

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Genesis – The Musical Box (Nursery Cryme, Charisma, 1971)

Pink Floyd – Astronomy Domine (live) (Ummagumma, Harvest, 1969)

Roxy Music – Chance Meeting (Roxy Music, Island, 1972)

Yes – And You And I (Close To The Edge, Atlantic, 1972)

Wishbone Ash – Sometime World (Argus, MCA, 1972)

BONUS TRACKS

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Peter Sinfield – Still (Still, Manticore, 1973)

Yes – Roundabout (Fragile, Atlantic, 1971)

Stackridge ‎– Dangerous Bacon (The Man In The Bowler Hat, MCA, 1974)

Roxy Music – Re-Make/Re-Model (Roxy Music, Island, 1972)

Pink Floyd – One Of These Days/A Pillow Of Winds/Fearless/San Tropez/Seamus (Meddle, Harvest, 1971)


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