BUZZCOCKS – records played

Big thanks to all who came along to raise a glass to Pete Shelley and revel in his glorious music. Special thanks also to David Nolan for his wonderful and poignant introduction and to Steve McNamee for bringing along extra (but essential) records to round out the night.

We’re back on Thursday 7th February (one week earlier than usual) for The Voices Of Scott Walker. Details soon.


RECORDS PLAYED

All tracks by Buzzcocks unless otherwise stated.

Spiral Scratch (New Hormones, 1977)

SIDE ONE: Breakdown/Time’s Up
SIDE TWO: Boredom/Friends Of Mine

16 (from Another Music In A Different Kitchen, United Artists, 1978)

Singles Going Steady (United Artists, 1979)

SIDE ONE: Orgasm Addict / What Do I Get? / I Don’t Mind / Love You More / Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve?) / Promises / Everybody’s Happy Nowadays / Harmony In My Head

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SIDE TWO: Whatever Happend To? / Oh Shit / Autonomy / Noise Annoys / Just Lust / Lipstick / Why Can’t I Touch It? / Something’s Gone Wrong Again

Pete Shelley – Homosapien (from Homosapien, Genetic Records, 1981)
John Cooper Clarke – (I Married A) Monster From Outer Space (from Disguise In Love, CBS, 1978)
The Tiller Boys – What Me Worry? (from Big Noise From The Jungle EP, New Hormones, 1980)

Hollow Inside / I Believe / Radio Nine (from A Different Kind Of Tension, United Artists, 1979)
E.S.P. / Sixteen Again (from Love Bites, United Artists, 1978)
Fast Cars / Moving Away From The Pulsebeat (from Another Music In A Different Kitchen, United Artists, 1978)


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Established 2013, Glossop Record Club is the monthly vinyl-listening session which puts the music first. Have a look here to find out more about what we do and our past sessions.


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January’s Record Club: BUZZCOCKS

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We’re back for our first session of 2019 on Thursday 10th January with an all-vinyl doff of the cap to recently departed punk-pop genius Pete Shelley, founder of Buzzcocks, solo artist and a hugely influential figure in the history of punk.

Our main album will be Buzzcocks’ Singles Going Steady, which brings together the band’s first eight singles complete with B sides – an unparalleled run of perfect pop songs originally released between 1977 and 1979. We’ll have a handful of other tracks along the way too, including Buzzcocks’ self-released debut ep, Spiral Scratch, which set the template for punk’s DIY ethos. Plus, writer David Nolan makes a return visit to Glossop Record Club to talk about Pete Shelley’s influence and legacy.

It’s all happening at Glossop Labour Club, Thursday 10th January. Doors 8pm, music starts 8.30pm and the usual record club listening rules apply – phones off, ears open and no talking while the music plays. See you there!


BUZZCOCKS
Thursday 10th January, 8-11pm
Glossop Labour Club, Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT
FREE ADMISSION


Established 2013, Glossop Record Club is the monthly vinyl-listening session which puts the music first. Have a look here to find out more about what we do and our past sessions.


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RECORD CLUB EXTRA: Rip It Up end-of-year retro disco

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Just when you thought record club was all wrapped up for 2018, we’re back for one last bash to see out the year, and it’s going to be a big one! We proudly present…

RIP IT UP – the Glossop Record Club end-of-year retro disco

Join us at the Crystal Ballroom (above Harvey Leonard’s in the old conservative club on Norfolk Street) on Saturday 29th December from 8pm for a night of quality tunes from the 60s to the 80s – a heady mix of Soul, Funk, Disco, Glam, New Wave, Synth Pop, Indie and more.

It’ll blow away the Christmas cobwebs and get you in the mood for New Year!

Advance tickets are £4.50 (plus booking fee) and are available here, or £5 on the door on the night.

See you there!


RIP IT UP – the Glossop Record Club Retro Disco

Saturday 29th December from 8pm
The Crystal Ballroom, 22 Norfolk Street, Glossop, SK13 8BS

Advance tickets £4.50 from https://www.wegottickets.com/event/454067 or £5 on the door


BEST OF 2018 – Records Played

Our Girl – In My Head (from ‘Stranger Today’)
Alison Cotton – 36 Dramatic Situations (from ‘All Is Quiet at the Ancient Theatre’)
Lee Scratch Perry  – Mr Brown in Town (from ‘The Black Album’)
Kadhja Bonet – Procession/Childqueen (from ‘Childqueen’)
The Interrupters – She’s Kerosene (from ‘Fight the Good Fight’)
The Lovely Eggs – Would You Fuck (from ‘This Is Eggland’)
Gaz Coombes –  Deep Pockets (from ‘World’s Strongest Man’)
Oh Sees – Sentient Oona/Enrique El Cobrador (from ‘Smote Reverser’)
Amen Dunes – Miki Dora (from ‘Freedom’)
Loma – Joy (from ‘Loma’)

Gwenno ‎- Eus Keus? (from ‘Le Kov’)
Emma Ruth Rundle – Fever Dreams (from ‘On Dark Horses’)
Tomorrow We Sail ‎ – The Ghost Of John Maynard Keynes (from ‘The Shadows)
Death Grips –  Hahaha/The Fear (from ‘Year Of The Snitch’)
Idles – Danny Nedelko / Heavy Lungs – Blood Brother (split 7″)
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Talking Straight (from ‘Hope Downs’)
Stephen Malkmus And The Jicks – Bike Lane (from ‘Sparkle Hard’)
Jon Hopkins – Everything Connected (from  ‘Singularity’)
A Perfect Circle – Eat The Elephant (from ‘Eat The Elephant’)

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Established 2013, Glossop Record Club is the monthly vinyl-listening session which puts the music first. Have a look here to find out more about what we do and our past sessions.

December’s Record Club: BEST OF 2018 + Vinyl Secret Santa

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Glossop Record Club is back on Thursday 13th December at Glossop Labour Club, and to round off the year, you are invited to bring along your favourite new releases of 2018 and spin a track or two. No reissues! We’ll be checking those release dates…

We’ll also be indulging in a spot of Vinyl Secret Santa. Usual rules apply. Here’s a reminder.

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Easy! If it’s not clear, just get in touch.

Also, please bring along a food donation for Glossopdale Foodbank if you can. There’s a  collection point at the labour club, so it couldn’t be easier. More details on the foodbank and what they need here.


BEST OF 2018

Thursday 13th December from 8pm

Glossop Labour Club, Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT

FREE ADMISSION

Click here for venue and travel details.


And that’s not all that’s happening in record club land in December! We’ll also be at The Crystal Ballroom (opposite the train station, above Harvey Leonards) on Saturday 29th December for RIP IT UP – a retro disco night playing top tunes from the 60s, 70s and 80s. Buy advance tickets here or pay on the door on the night. It all kicks off at 8pm.

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Established 2013, Glossop Record Club is the monthly vinyl-listening session which puts the music first. Have a look here to find out more about what we do and our past sessions.

1968: Vinyl Revolutions – Records Played

Pink Floyd – Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (from A Saucerful Of Secrets, Harvest reisssue)
The Moody Blues – The Best Way To Travel (from In Search Of The Lost Chord, Deram)
Lothar & The Hand People – Machines (from This Is It, Machines, See For Miles compilation)
The Appletree Theatre – I Wonder If Louise Is Home (from Playback, Verve Forecast)
Pretty Things – Baron Saturday (from SF Sorrow, Madfish reissue)


The Kinks – Wicked Anabella (from The Kinks are the Village Green Preservation Society, Sanctuary 50th anniversary reissue)
Small Faces – Song Of A Baker (from Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake, Immediate/Charly reissue)
The Hush – Grey (Chocolate Soup For Diabetics Vol.2, Relics compilation)
Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera – Flames (Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera, Direction Records)
The Beatles – Revolution 9 (The Beatles, aka White Album, Apple Records)

The Jimi Hendrix Experience – All Along The Watchtower (from Electric Ladyland, Track Records)
Tyrannosaurus Rex – One Inch Rock (from Debora 7″, Fly Records reissue)
Peter Cook & Dudley Moore – Bedazzled (from Bedazzled, Decca)
The Byrds – Wasn’t Born To Follow (from The Notorious Byrd Brothers, Columbia Records)
Johnny Cash – Folsom Prison Blues (live) (from Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison)

The Zombies – She’s Not There (Decca Records, 1964)

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The Zombies – Odessey & Oracle (Big Beat Records 20th anniversary edition)

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SIDE ONE: Care Of Cell 44 / A Rose For Emily / Maybe After He’s Gone / Beechwood Park / Brief Candles / Hung Up On A Dream
SIDE TWO: Changes / I Want Her She Wants Me / This Will Be Our Year / Butchers Tale (Western Front 1914) / Friends Of Mine / Time Of The Season

The Monkees – Porpoise Song (Theme from Head) (from Head, RCA Records)
Biff Rose – Fill Your Heart (from The Thorn In Mrs. Rose’s Side, Buddah Records)
Rolling Stones – Street Fighting Man (from Beggar’s Banguet, Decca)
The Beatles – Revolution (from Hey Jude, Apple Records)

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November’s Record Club: 1968 – VINYL REVOLUTIONS

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Glossop Record Club is back on Thursday 8th November for 1968: Vinyl Revolutions, exploring the music of this notoriously turbulent year that saw protests and riots on the streets of London, Paris and across the USA, unrest that found its way into the music of the time.

The sunny optimism and idealism of the music of 1967 gave way to an array of different sounds. Pop turned in to rock as album sales overtook sales of singles in the UK for the first time. Some bands went deeper into psychedelia while others rejected the Summer of Love and went for a back-to-basics approach, embracing early rock & roll, Americana, folk and electric blues…

Our full album will be The Zombies baroque psych-pop masterpiece Odessey & Oracle, a flop at the time but whose reputation slowly grew over the years, gaining cult status and finally becoming acknowledged as a classic.

We’ll also be playing tracks from albums of a similar pedigree, alongside lesser-known cuts and established acts that were experimenting with new sounds and styles. And if you’ve got a favourite 1968 record you want to share, please bring it along.

It’s all happening at Glossop Labour Club. Doors open at 8pm, the music starts at 8.30pm and it’s free admission. See you there.

1968: Vinyl Revolutions
Thursday 8th November, 8-11pm
Glossop Labour Club, Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT
FREE ADMISSION


Established 2013, Glossop Record Club is the monthly vinyl-listening session which puts the music first. Have a look here to find out more about what we do and our past sessions.


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