TRANS-EUROPE MUSICAL EXPRESS: records played

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Thanks to everyone who came along to this session and also big thanks to Brett, Paul (Lippy Kid), Darren, Steve, Dave, Tommy, Rich, Jarrod, James and Beany for bringing along records to play. When it’s an ‘open deck’ night like this was, you never know what you’re going to get, and it was as unpredictable and brilliant as ever! Full list of records played below along with a link to listen to highlights.

We’re back on Thursday 11th April, when we’ll be playing Talk Talk’s masterpiece ‘Spirit Of Eden’ in full. Details soon.


RECORDS PLAYED

Kraftwerk (Germany) – Trans Europe Express/Metal On Metal (from Trans Europe Express, Capitol, 1977)

David Bowie (UK, recorded in Germany) – V2 Schneider (from Heroes, RCA, 1977)

Iggy Pop (USA, recorded in France and Germany) – Funtime (from The Idiot, RCA, 1977)

NEU! (Germany) – Lila Engel (Lilac Angel) (from NEU! 2, Grönland Records, 1973)

Adriano Celentano (Italy) – Una Parola Non Ci Scappa Mai (from Un Po’ Artista Un Po’ No, Clan Celentano, 1980)

Adriano Celentano (Italy) – Prisencólinensináinciúsol (7″, Galloway Records, 1973)

Wout Steenhuis (Netherlands) – Tiger Shark (from Paradise Island, Columbia, 1966)

Jenny Hval (Norway) – Spells (from The Long Sleep EP, Sacred Bones Records, 2018)

Les Thugs (France) – Never Get Older (from Radical Hystery, Closer Records, 1986)

Mourn (Spain) – Your Brain Is Made Of Candy (from Mourn, Sones, 2016)

Metal Urbain (France) – Paris Maquis (7″, Rough Trade, 1977)

J.J. Burnel (France/UK) – Do The European (from Euroman Cometh, United Artists, 1979)

INTERVAL
J.J. Lionel (France) – La Danse Des Canards (7″, Disques Déesse, 1971)
Claude Francois (France) – J’Attendrai (Reach Out I’ll Be There) (EP, Philips, 1966)
Trio (Germany) – Tutti Frutti (7″, Mercury, 1983)
Johnny Hallyday (France) – Ya Ya Twist/La Faute Au Twist (EP, Philips, 1962)

Stereolab (UK-France-Australia) – French Disko (from Refried Ectoplasm [Switched On Volume 2], Duphonic, 1995)

The Monks (USA, based in Germany) – Oh How To Do Now (from Black Monk Time, Light In The Attic reissue, 1966)

Jacco Gardener (Netherlands) – Where Will You Go (from Cabinet Of Curiosities, Trouble In Mind, 2013)

Bohren & Der Club Of Gore (Germany) – Unrasiert (from Piano Nights, PIAS, 2014)

Kiasmos (Iceland/Faroe Islands) – Shed (from Blurred EP, Erased Tapes Records, 2017)

Wanexa (Italy) – The Man From Colours (12″, Discomagic Records, 1982)

Giorgio Moroder (Italy) – From Here To Eternity (7″, Oasis, 1977)

Die Doraus & Die Marinas (Germany) – Fred Vom Jupiter (7″, Mute Records, 1982)

PFM (Italy) – Celebration (7″, Manticore, 1973)

Serge Gainsbourg (France) – Melody/En Melody (from  Histoire de Melody Nelson, Philips, 1971)

Gazebo (Italy) – I Like Chopin (from Gazebo, CBS, 1983)

Demis Roussos (Greece) – When I Am A Kid (from Forever And Ever, Philips, 1974)

James Last (Germany) – Silver Machine (from Non Stop Dancing 14, Polydor, 1972)


Listen to highlights here or click the player below.


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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March’s Record Club: TRANS-EUROPE MUSICAL EXPRESS

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Glossop Record Club is back on Thursday 14th March for TRANS-EUROPE MUSICAL EXPRESS.

“What’s all that about?” you may ask. Well, the aim will be to play as many different tracks from as many different European countries as possible. And that’s where you, dear record clubber, can play your part.

From French chanson to German kosmische, Italian house to Austrian oompah, Scandi pop to Liechtensteinian death metal, get digging through your collections and bring along music of a European origin to play.

For our purposes, the UK and Ireland are excluded, UNLESS it’s a British or Irish artist with a particular release recorded in Europe. David Bowie and Depeche Mode in Berlin? Yes! T.Rex and Elton John in France? Why not! Led Zeppelin in Stockholm? Maybe not… The same rule applies for acts from non-European countries. So that’s good news for Nick Cave, Donna Summer and Iggy Pop.

I’m sure you get the idea.

One more thing. It’s geographical, not political, so leave your politics at the door and enter a neutral zone. For one night only we’ll be like Switzerland, but without the Toblerones and bank accounts.

See you there!


TRANS-EUROPE MUSICAL EXPRESS
Thursday 14th March
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.


Click here for venue and travel details.

Follow Glossop Record Club on Twitter.

‘Like’ Glossop Record Club on Facebook.

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Listen to Glossop Record Club on Mixcloud.

Click here for the Glossop Record Club podcast.