Records Played

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Here’s a handy list of all the Glossop Record Club sessions since it began in September 2013 and records played. The main albums only tell part of the story, it’s the records that people bring along with them and the stories they share on the night present the fuller picture.

Below each date are links to the announcements, which sets out the theme for each session; the post-session review includes a full list of all the music played; and digital highlights are exactly that – a streaming mix of music played at each session.

SEPTEMBER 2013: 1973
Roxy Music – For Your Pleasure (1973)
Stevie Wonder – Innervisions (1973)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

OCTOBER 2013: Quiet Loner presents Elvis vs Elvis
Elvis Presley – From Elvis In Memphis (1969)
The Costello Show (Elvis Costello) – King Of America (1986)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

NOVEMBER 2013: Cult Heroes
The Velvet Underground – The Velvet Underground (1969)
Rodriguez – Cold Fact (1970)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

DECEMBER 2013: Lucky Dip
The Everly Brothers – Songs Our Daddy Taught Us (1958)
Ultravox – Vienna (1980)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

JANUARY 2014: Bowie On Vinyl
David Bowie – Hunky Dory (1971)
David Bowie – Low (1977)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

FEBRUARY 2014: Singles Night
A celebration of the vinyl single.
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

MARCH 2014: Merseybeat with Steve Roberts
The Beatles – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts club Band (1967)
Rockin’ Horse – Yes It Is (1971)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

APRIL 2014: Sun Records and The Million Dollar Quartet
Talk and music with rock & roll historian Bill Jubb.
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

MAY 2014: Last Shop Standing with Graham Jones
Talk and music with Last Shop Standing author Graham Jones.
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

JUNE 2014: The Sounds of ’66 (UK vs USA)
The Kinks – Face To Face (1966)
Marvin Gaye – Moods of Marvin Gaye (1966)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

JULY 2014: Vinyl Fest 2014 (live albums)
Mark Lanegan – The Night Porter, Live In The House Of The Lord (2010)
The Cramps – Smell Of Female (1983)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

SEPTEMBER 2014: Made In Sheffield
Screening of the Made In Sheffield documentary with director Eve Wood.
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

OCTOBER 2014: John Peel Night
The Fall – Grotesque (After The Gramme) (1980)
The Wedding Present – George Best (1987)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

NOVEMBER 2014: The Smiths On Vinyl
The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead (1986)
Morrissey – Your Arsenal (1992)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

DECEMBER 2014: Lucky Dip II
Pixies – Doolittle (1989)
The Proclaimers – Sunshine On Leith (1988)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

JANUARY 2015: 21st Century Sounds
Q&A with Richard Knox of Gizeh Records/Shield Patterns
Arcade Fire – Funeral (2004)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

FEBRUARY 2015: Singles Night II
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

MARCH 2015: The Cat Club & Ian Clayton
Stories and music with writer Ian Clayton.
Billie Holiday ‎– Songs For Distingué Lovers (1957)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

APRIL 2015: An Evening of Comedy with The Downstairs Lounge
Tony Hancock – This Is Hancock (1960)
Benny Hill – Benny Hill Sings? (1965)
Monty Python – Live at Drury Lane (1974)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

MAY 2015: The First And Last: Johnny Cash – The Man In Black On Vinyl
Johnny Cash – With His Hot And Blue Guitar (1957)
Johnny Cash – American IV: The Man Comes Around (2002)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights

JUNE 2015: Jump Jamaica Way with Rick Williams
A voyage through Jamaica’s golden age of music.
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights [part 1] | Digital Highlights [part 2]

JULY 2015: Summer of ’85
A look back at Live Aid and the music of 1985, including the making a communal mixtape during the session.
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights | 1985 Mixtape

SEPTEMBER 2015: Tony Wilson Night
Joy Division – Unknown Pleasures (1979)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital highlights [part 1]Digital highlights [part 1]

OCTOBER 2015: Sounds From Beyond
Broadcast – The Noise Made By People (2000) plus experimental and esoteric records including an audio essay by Bloxham Tapes.
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital Highlights

NOVEMBER 2015: Quiet Revolutions
Nina Simone – Wild Is The Wind (1966)
Nick Drake – Five Leaves Left (1969)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital Highlights

DECEMBER 2015: Christmas Social
DJ sets by Gavin & Tim from Charity Shop Classics plus Bring Your Own Vinyl, Secret Santa and music quiz
Announcement | Post-session review

JANUARY 2016: British Blues
Fleetwood Mac – Fleetwood Mac (1968)
Various – Up Jumped The Blues (1988)
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital Highlights

FEBRUARY 2016: Bowie – A Vinyl Celebration
David Bowie – Blackstar (2016) plus a selection of requests.
Announcement | Post-session review | Digital Highlights

MARCH 2016: Prog
A selection of album tracks including Van Der Graaf Generator, King Crimson, Genesis, Yes and Pink Floyd.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

APRIL 2016: Creation Records
Teenage Fanclub’s Bandwagonesque plus choice cuts from the Creation catalogue.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

MAY 2016: An Evening With Paul Du-Noyer
Music writer Paul Du Noyer joined us to talk about his books and rock star encounters.
Announcement | Post-session review | Highlights mix

JUNE 2016: Prince On Vinyl
Choice cuts and the Purple Rain album played in full, selected and hosted by Derbyshire-based electronic musician Lippy Kid (aka Paul Scott).
Announcement | Records Played | Hightlights mix

JULY 2016: Krautrock!
Neu! – Neu! 75 in full plus a selection of tracks by Faust, Can, Kraftwerk and others.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

SEPTEMBER 2016: Buddy Holly 80th Birthday Special
Hosted by rock & roll historian Bill Jubb, with a selection of records and video clips from Buddy’s career.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

OCTOBER 2016: Punk!
Marking punk’s 40th anniversary with a stack of original punk 45s and writer David Nolan talking about the Sex Pistols in Manchester.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

NOVEMBER 2016: Gizeh Records
Label founder Richard Knox took us through the evolution of the label, playing a selection of cuts from their releases.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

DECEMBER 2016: Christmas Social
DJ sets by Gavin, Tim & Simon from ALL FM’s Charity Shop Classics plus Bring Your Own Vinyl, Secret Santa and music quiz.
Announcement | Highlights mix

JANUARY 2017: Nothing Is Real
A trip into the world of homage, parody, pastiche and pseudonyms with full albums by The Dukes Of Stratosphear and The Rutles.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

FEBRUARY 2017: New Orleans Funk & Soul
Just in time for Mardi Gras, a selection of funky cuts plus Lee Dorsey’s Yes We Can album in full.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

MARCH 2017: Covers Night
David Bowie vs. Bryan Ferry plus a selection of covers from the sublime to the ridiculous.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

APRIL 2017: Nick Cave On Vinyl
Skeleton Tree played in full, with a selection of tracks from The Birthday Party and more all selected by Lyn Lockwood.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

MAY 2017: Here Come The Girls – Classic American Girl Groups
A selection of classic 45s and recollections of times past with Bernie Bond.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

JUNE 2017: Glossop Record Club Radio
There was no actual session this month due to the snap general election, so we did a live internet radio broadcast instead. Listen here.

JULY 2017: Opportunity Knocked
Turns out many record club regulars have been (or still are) in bands over the years making their own sweet music. This was a chance to share the music and stories of our secret rock and roll pasts.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

SEPTEMBER 2017: The Sounds of 1967
A selection of classic cuts from the summer of love plus The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s Are You Experienced in full.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

OCTOBER 2017: English Weather
Playing Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs’ excellent Ace Records compilation in full.
Announcement | Records Played

NOVEMBER 2017: Best of 2017
Darren and Tom took us through a selection of their fave tracks from their fave albums of the year.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

DECEMBER 2017: Christmas Social
DJ sets from Simon & Brett, Vinyl Secret Santa and the easy peasy music quiz!
Announcement

FEBRUARY 2018: Singles Night III
The long awaited return of Singles Night. 45RPM all the way!
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

MARCH 2018: The Fall – A tribute to Mark E Smith
Gavin, Darren and Steve guided us through 40 years of music in tribute to MES. We even had a couple of former Fall members join us to share stories of their time with the band.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

APRIL 2018: An Evening with David Hepworth
Writer and broadcaster David Hepworth joined us to discuss his books and career in music magazines and TV. Hosted by Gavin Hogg.
Announcement | Post-session review | Highlights mix

MAY 2018: 2-Tone Records
A selection of classic 2-Tone cuts all chosen and introduced by John Walmsley.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

JUNE 2018: Psychedelic Soul 1967-1974
A selection of far out and funky cuts plus Sly & The Family Stone’s Stand album in full.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

JULY 2018: Krautrock! 2
Following on from our first Krautrock session in July 2016, a further selection of classic kosmische cuts plus Kraftwerk’s Radioactivity in full.
Announcement | Records Played | Highlights mix

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