VIRTUAL RECORD CLUB, 11 June 2020

Hello record clubbers, I hope you are all keeping safe and well.

It’s been three months since our last proper meet up, and although we’ve done a couple of pop-up radio shows in that time, we haven’t attempted anything resembling a regular record club session, so on Thursday 11 June, we’re going to give it a try and bring record club to you! Online, of course.

The theme for our virtual record club is 1980, and lots of you have already suggested tracks to play. There’s still time to do that if you haven’t done so already. Our Twitter and Facebook pages are the best place to do that, but you can get in touch through the website too if social media isn’t your thing.

Then all you have to do is open our live audio stream on Thursday night at 8pm. Just click this link and press play! https://livesets.com/glossoprecordclub/live

We’ll be hearing from some of the record club regulars who’ll be playing a few of their favourite tracks from that year alongside as many of the suggestions we’ve received. All you have to do is sit back and listen from the safety and comfort of your own home! We’ll be live tweeting throughout the night and doing our best to keep up with Facebook posts too, so please come and say hello.

Yes – phones ARE allowed at this record club!

So remember, stay at home and listen online.


VIRTUAL RECORD CLUB: 1980
Thursday 11 June, 8-11pm
Click this link to listen: https://livesets.com/glossoprecordclub/live


Here’s a wobbly video explaining a bit more.

 


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March’s Record Club: DEPECHE MODE 40

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Glossop Record Club is back on Thursday 12th March to celebrate Depeche Mode, with an evening of their music played on vinyl.

2020 marks the band’s 40th year together, and this March is the 30th anniversary of their seventh studio album ‘Violator’, probably their most accessible and celebrated album which includes the singles ‘Personal Jesus’ and ‘Enjoy The Silence’.

DM superfan Rachel Blackman hosts the session and will be playing tracks from throughout the band’s illustrious and turbulent career, alongside the ‘Violator’ album in full.

It all kicks off at 8pm. See you there!


DEPECHE MODE 40
Thursday 12th March, 8-11pm
Glossop Labour Club, Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT
FREE ADMISSION


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RECORDS PLAYED: Birthday No.1s Night (February 2020)

Brian Fahey And His Orchestra – At The Sign Of The Swingin’ Cymbal (Pick Of The Pops theme)
Wizard – Angel Fingers
Geraldo & His Orchestra ‎– Jingle, Jangle, Jingle*
The Searchers – Needles And Pins
Benny Hill – Ernie (The Fastest Milkman In The West)
David Bowie – Ashes To Ashes
Paul Anka – Diana
The Shadows – Apache
The Knack – My Sharona*
Frank Ifield – Lovesick Blues
The Troggs – With A Girl Like You
T. Rex – Get It On
Middle Of The Road – Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep
Bee Gees – Night Fever
Bee Gees – Massachussetts
The Walker Brothers – The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore
M*A*S*H* – The theme from M*A*S*H*
Don Estelle & Windsor Davies – Whispering Grass
Johnny Preston – Running Bear
Cilla Black – Anyone Who Had A Heart
Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin – It’s My Party
Perry Como – Magic Moments
Buddy Holly – It Doesn’t Matter Anymore
Manfred Mann – Pretty Flamingo
The Rolling Stones – (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
Frankie Lane – I Believe
Elvis Presley – The Wonder Of You

* US number 1

Listen to the records played here or click the player at the top of the page.


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RECORDS PLAYED: The history of Strawberry Studios in 10 records (November 2019)

Our thanks to Dr Peter Wadsworth for his fascinating and entertaining talk about the history of Strawberry Studios and the music that was made there.

Find out more about Strawberry Studios here and follow them on Twitter and Facebook. And don’t forget to sign Peter’s petition to keep Stockport Museum open, and make sure you go and visit the Strawberry exhibition!

RECORDS PLAYED

The Syd Lawrence Orchestra – Mexico Grandstand (Fontana, 1970)
Hotlegs – Neanderthal Man (from ‘Thinks School Stinks’, Philips 1971)
Sunderland First Team Squad With Bobby Knoxall – Sunderland All The Way (RCA, 1973)
Neil Sedaka – Solitaire (from ‘Solitaire’, RCA, 1972)
10cc – I’m Not In Love (Mercury, 1975)

Godley and Creme – Seascape (from ‘Consequences’, Mercury, 1977)
Buzzcocks – Everbody’s Happy Nowadays (United Artists, 1979)
Joy Division – She’s Lost Control (Factory Records 12″, 1980)
The Smiths – Hand in Glove (Rough Trade, 1983)
St Winifred’s School Choir – Little April Showers (from ‘It’s A Small, Small World (Celebrate Disney’s Diamond Jubilee, 60 Sparkling Years)’, Music For Pleasure, 1983)

BONUS TRACKS

The Bodines – Slip Slide (Magnet Records, 1987)
Manchester City F.C. – Funky City (RCA, 1972)

Listen to all ten songs plus a selection of other tracks played on the night here or click the player below.


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NOVEMBER’S RECORD CLUB: A History of Strawberry Recording Studios… in 10 Records – with Dr Peter Wadsworth

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On Thursday 14th November, we’ll be exploring the amazing legacy of Strawberry Recording Studios, the Stockport-based studio founded by the future members of 10cc in 1967 and which played host to musicians of all kinds – from Neil Sedaka, Bay City Rollers and Paul McCartney to Buzzcocks, Joy Divison, The Ramones and St Winifred’s School Choir! Not forgetting 10cc themselves.

To take us through that story, we’ll be welcoming Strawberry Studios historian Dr Peter Wadsworth to Glossop Record Club for ‘A History of Strawberry Recording Studios… In 10 Records‘.

Peter was the driving force behind the excellent Strawberry exhibition at Stockport Museum in 2017, and with his PhD in the legendary studio, there is no better person to take us through its illustrious past, from its humble beginnings above a record shop to producing international hits by a staggering variety of artists, to its closure in the early 1990s.

Doors open at 8pm and the talk will begin at 8.30pm. See you there!

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A HISTORY OF STRAWBERRY RECORDING STUDIOS… IN 10 RECORDS
Thursday 14th November
Glossop Labour Club, Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT
FREE ADMISSION


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October’s Record Club: TOM’S TAKEOVER with Tom Lyon

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We’re back on Thursday 10th October for a special session with one of our loyal regulars Tom Lyon in control of the turntable for one night only, celebrating his 40th birthday (he’s just a baby!) by treating us to some of his favourite records plus a full album playback. He’s also promising cake! If that’s not an incentive, we don’t know what is!

Doors open 8pm, music kicks off at 8.30pm. See you there!

TOM’S TAKEOVER with Tom Lyon
Thursday 10th October
Glossop Labour Club, Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT
FREE ADMISSION


While we’re here, advance notice of November’s session, when we’ll be welcoming Strawberry Studios historian Dr Peter Wadsworth, the driving force behind the excellent exhibition at Stockport Museum (under threat of closure due to funding cuts, so get there while you can), to talk about the history of the studio and the people who recorded there, from 10cc and Paul McCartney to Joy Division via St Winifred’s School Choir, The Sisters of Mercy and beyond. Put it in your diary.

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RECORDS PLAYED: Doves & Sub Sub (September 2019)


RECORDS PLAYED

PART ONE – Early tracks and collaborations

Sub Sub – Space Face (12″, 10 Records, 1991)
Sub Sub featuring Melanie Williams – Ain’t No Love (Ain’t No Use) (7″, Robs Records, 1993)
Sub Sub featuring Tricky – Smoking Beagles (white label 12″, Robs Records, 1996)
Sub Sub featuring Bernard Sumner – This Time I’m Not Wrong (from ‘Delta Tapes’, Megamusica, 1998)
Jane Weaver v Doves – Seven Day Smile (from ‘Everyone Knows Everyone Else’ 7″, Manchester Records, 1998)
Badly Drawn Boy ‎- Disillusion (10″, Twisted Nerve/XL, 2000)

PART 2

Doves – Lost Souls (Heavenly Records, 2000)

Side One: Firesuite/Here It Comes/Break Me Gently
Side Two: Sea Song/Rise/Lost Souls
Side Three: Melody Calls/Catch The Sun/The Man Who Told Everything
Side Four: The Cedar Room/Reprise/A House

Bonus tracks

Pounding (10″, Heavenly Records, 2002)
There Goes The Fear (10″, Heavenly Records, 2002)
Caught By The River (10″, Heavenly Records, 2002)
Snowden (7″, Heavenly Records, 2005)

Listen to highlights here or click the player below.



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September’s Record Club: DOVES – Lost Souls

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Glossop Record Club returns on Thursday 12th September to play one of the finest albums by a Manchester band on vinyl and in full.

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Lost Souls, the debut album by Doves, was released in 2000, after a decade that saw them put out a handful of dancefloor classics under the name Sub Sub, slowly morphing into Doves in the late 90s amidst a fire that destroyed their studio and the loss of their mentor, Rob Gretton.

Alongside the album, we’ll also be playing a few tracks from their time as Sub Sub, plus collaborations with Bernard Sumner, Jane Weaver and Badly Drawn Boy.

Doors open at 8pm and the music starts at 8.30pm. See you there.


DOVES – Lost Souls
Thursday 12th September
Glossop Labour Club, Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT
FREE ADMISSION


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July’s Record Club: USA 1969

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We’re back at Glossop Labour Club on Thursday 11th July for USA 1969, when we’ll be going back exactly 50 year to explore from and inspired by America.

With the focus of our 1967 and 1968 sessions being primarily on UK music, this time we turn our attention to the USA, taking in tracks from the incendiary debuts by The Stooges and MC5 among others. From Detroit to Woodstock to Altamont, change was definitely in the air. We’ll also feature a few tracks by British artists under the influence of American soul, country and blues, who went so far as to record over there, resulting in some of their best work.

And it’s a Brit abroad that gives us our featured album  – Dusty Springfield’s ‘Dusty In Memphis’, recorded in Memphis and New York after signing to Atlantic Records in 1968. Surprisingly, the album saw no chart action in the UK, and only just scraped into the Billboard 100 in the USA. But, as with so many albums that flopped at the time, it’s reputation grew, and is now regarded as a classic, and Dusty’s definitive album.

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Doors open at 8pm, the music starts at 8.30pm. See you there!


USA 1969 – music from and inspired by America
Thursday 11th July
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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RECORDS PLAYED: 2019 – the best records of the year… so far! (June 2019)

Big thanks to everyone who came along to our ‘Best Of 2019… so far’ session and also to those who brought records to share. A top night with lots of great new music recommendations to check out! Full list of records played is below along with Mixcloud and Spotify links to listen back to the music we played.

Don’t forget, our new monthly radio show starts on Tuesday 18th June on Radio Free Matlock and we’ll be back at Glossop Labour Club in July for USA 1969. Details soon.


RECORDS PLAYED

VA – Piccadilly Records Compilation 2018 (Piccadilly Records, 2018)

SIDE ONE: Phil France – Mr Jackal / Kadhja Bonet – Wings / LUMP – May I Be The Light / Tim Burgess – Cheree / Gulp – Spend Time Right Here With You / Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Talking Straight

SIDE TWO: Christiane F. – Wunderbar (JD Twitch Edit) / Prins Emanuel – Jordkällaren / Theon Cross – Brockley / Khruangbin – Maria También / The Advisory Circle – Flight Capture / TVAM – Psychic Data

Pye Corner Audio – Hollow Earth (from ‘Hollow Earth’, Ghost Box, 2019)
Rustin Man – Our Tomorrows (from ‘Drift Code’, Domino, 2019)
Billie Eilish – Xanny (from ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’, Darkroom, 2019)
Psychedelic Porn Crumpets – Keen For Kick Ons? (from ‘And Now For The Whatchamacallit’, Marathon Artists, 2019)
Fontaines D.C. – The Lotts (from ‘Dogrel’, Partisan Records, 2019)
Sleaford Mods – Eton Alive (from ‘Discourse’ 7″, Extreme Eating Records, 2019)
Fontaines D.C. – Big (from ‘Dogrel’, Partisan Records, 2019)
Vampire Weekend – Sunflower (from ‘Father Of The Bride’, Columbia Records, 2019)
Baker / Coloccia / Mueller – Yellow (from ‘See Through’, Gizeh Records, 2019)


Richard Hawley – My Little Treasures (from ‘Further’, BMG, 2019)
Aldous Harding – The Barrel (from ‘Designer’, 4AD, 2019)
Edwyn Collins – Outside (from ‘Badbea’, AED, 2019)
Chemical Brothers – MAH (from ‘No Geography’, Virgin EMI, 2019)
Apparat – Heroist (from ‘LP5’, Mute, 2019)
LIINES – Cold (from ‘Stop – Start’, Reckless Yes, 2018)
Public Service Broadcasting – White Star Liner (from ‘White Star Liner’ EP, [pias], 2018)
Hampshire & Foat – The Solitude of Certitudes (Pt. I) (from ‘Saint Lawrence’, Athens Of The North, 2019)
Ex:Re – I Can’t Keep You (from ‘Ex:Re’, 4AD, 2019)
Drenge – Strange Creatures (from ‘Strange Creatures’, Infectious Music, 2019)
The Leisure Society – Leave Me To Sleep (from ‘Arrivals and Departures’, Ego Drain Records, 2019)


Two options to listen back to the music we played. If you want all-vinyl as played on the night, then it’s the Mixcloud version you’re after. But if you want a digital version (and to further explore the albums) then check out the Spotify playlist.



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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