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Carrl & Janie Myriad

Of All The Wounded People

    Melbourne folk duo Carrl & Janie Myriad. If the likes of Fairport Convention, Trees, Mellow Candle, Shirley Collins, Sandy Denny (to name a few) mean anything to you, check this! Originally released in 1972, original pressings are now highly sought after and extremely rare. This reissue will be out September, made in an edition of only 500 copies and direct from the original mastertapes. Complete with original artwork and insert featuring liner notes from Janie Myriad.

    Blank Records presents this much anticipated repress of Jonny Harris’ 1972 album, Movements. A vary of smooth harmonies and soulful vocals this is an album worth waiting for. New The story of Movements began in 1969 with Johnny Harris being hired as musical director for Lulu’s BBC television show, “A Happening For Lulu” which would feature a different artist each week along with a featured instrumental section of Johnny Harris and his band playing popular hits of the day that were requested by viewers. Lulu with Johnny Harris would go onto winning Eurovision in 1969 with “Boom Bang A Bang” and Johnny was signed to a three album deal with the newly formed U.K arm of Warner Bros. The first album in this deal was Movements in 1970. The second release for Warner Bros in the U.K Movements was recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

    The Stalk-Forrest Group

    The Stalk-Forrest Group

      Recorded in 1968, sequenced and prepared for release this was to be the debut album by newly signed Elektra recording artists THE STALK-FORREST GROUP.

      A single was pressed and sent exclusively to radio featuring two tracks “What is Quicksand?” / “Arthur Comics” from the forthcoming album.

      The album never appears and the band disappears to reconfigure as the BLUE OYSTER CULT a year later.

      “I’m On The Lamb” was re-recorded and appeared on the self titled debut album for BLUE OYSTER CULT. Elements of “Gil Blanco County” and “Arthur Comics” were later worked into their repertoire live and feature on the live albums Some Enchanted Evening and On Your Feet Or On Your Knees.

      These recordings are where it all started.

      • First licensed legitimate release of original intended album on vinyl.
      • Blue Oyster Cult are staples of the classic rock genre.
      • First album since 2001 for Blue Oyster Cult due for release this year.

      Meic Stevens


        First album Outlander originally released in 1970 by MEIC STEVENS. MEIC STEVENS was discovered by DJ Jimmy Savile (but don’t hold that against him) in 1965 whilst performing in Manchester, this led to a single being released on Decca Records later that year arranged by John Paul Jones. The single sold poorly and MEIC STEVENS retreated to his tiny home village of Solva in Wales in 1967, writing, recording and releasing a series of now incredibly rare Welsh language EP’s. This led to more work in the U.K and a recording contract with Warner Bros. The sublime Outlander was to be the first album of a multi album deal but both parties went their own way after extremely poor sales of the album. Outlander is the only album he recorded in English, subsequent albums are in Welsh

        • First time widely available on vinyl legitimately since original release.
        • Original copies can sell for close to four figures.
        • Original artwork faithfully reproduced along with tough to find lyric insert

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