May’s Record Club: AN EVENING WITH PAUL DU NOYER

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On Thursday 12th May, we welcome respected author and music journalist Paul Du Noyer to Glossop Record Club.

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If you’ve picked up a British music magazine over the past 35 years or so, the chances are you’ll have read Paul’s work. He was a writer at the NME, editor of Q, founding editor of Mojo and associate editor of the greatly missed Word magazine.

He’s interviewed the likes of David Bowie, Mick JaggerMadonna, Pavarotti and nearly everyone with a strong connection to The Beatles, not least Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.

He’s also written several books including definitive musical histories of Liverpool and London, plus tomes dedicated to John Lennon and seminal art-rock band Deaf School. His latest book, Conversations With McCartney, draws from the many interviews Du Noyer has conducted with Macca over the years.

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He’ll be in conversation with Gavin Hogg, no doubt discussing all of the above and playing a few records relating to his books along the way too. So get ready with your own questions but make sure you do your research!


AN EVENING WITH PAUL DU NOYER
Thursday 12th May from 8pm
Glossop Labour Club, Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT
FREE ADMISSION


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CREATION RECORDS: Music played

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Big thanks to Darren for putting together an excellent session that took us right back to the beginnings of Creation Records and the classics they gave us over the years. Great to hear The Jesus and Mary Chain and My Bloody Valentine pumping through the labour club PA. Ear-splitting stuff indeed!

A few comments posted after the night…

Great last night, put together terrifically by . Thanks!

A slight ringing in the ears after JAMC & MBV at the Creation Records special hosted by – but well worth it!

top night at great to hear The Bodines a fine Glossop blast from the past.

We’re back on Thursday 12th May when author and music journalist Paul Du Noyer (NME, Q, Mojo, The Word, Conversations With McCartney and more) will be our special guest. Full details soon.


MUSIC PLAYED

Various Artists – Doing It For The Kids (CRELP 037, 1988)

SIDE ONE
The Jasmine Minks – Cut Me Deep
Felt – Ballad Of The Band
The House Of Love – Christine
The Weather Prophets – Well Done Sonny
Primal Scream – All Fall Down
Biff Bang Pow! – She Paints
The Jazz Butcher – Lot 49

SIDE TWO
Heidi Berry – North Shore Train
Nikki Sudden – Death Is Hanging Over Me
My Bloody Valentine – Cigarette In My Bed
Pacific – Jetstream
The Times – Godevil
Momus – A Complete History Of Sexual Jealousy (Parts 17-24)
Emily – Reflect On Rye
Razorcuts – Brighter Now

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The Legend ‎– ’73 In ’83 (001)
The Jesus And Mary Chain ‎– Upside Down (CRE 012)
The Loft – Up The Hill And Down The Slope (CRE 015)
The Jasmine Minks – Cold Heart (CRELP 007)
Primal Scream – Velocity Girl (CRE 026)
The Bodines – Therese (CRELP 010)
My Bloody Valentine ‎– You Made Me Realise (CRE 055)
The House Of Love ‎– Destroy The Heart (CRE 057T)
Ride – Drive Blind (CRE 072T)
The Boo Radleys – At The Sound Of Speed (CRE 137T)
Super Furry Animals – Ice Hockey Hair (CRE 288)

Primal Scream – I’m Losing More Than I’ll Ever Have (CRE 070)
Sugar – A Good Idea (CRE 143T)
The Boo Radleys  – From The Bench At Belvidere (CRE 214)

Teenage Fanclub – Bandwagonesque (CRELP 106)

SIDE ONE: The Concept/Satan/December/What You Do To Me/I Don’t Know/Star Sign
SIDE TWO: Metal Baby/Pet Rock/Sidewinder/Alcoholiday/Guiding Star/Is This Music

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Super Furry Animals ‎– The Man Don’t Give A Fuck (CRE 247)
Teenage Fanclub – Mellow Doubt (CRE175)
My Bloody Valentine – Soon (CRE 073T)
Primal Scream – Kill All Hippies (CRE 332)
The Weather Prophets ‎– Almost Prayed (CRE 029)
My Bloody Valentine – To Here Knows When (CRE 085T)


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