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Tim Buckley

I Can't See You (1966 Demos)

    This is the first ever release of these four Tim Buckley demos, mastered from the original tape by Bill Inglot and Dan Hersch. They are believed to have been recorded in 1966, after the Orange County demos of November 1965, but before the recording of debut album “Tim Buckley” in August 1966.

    The annotation on the inner sleevehas been written by LA-based Buckley expert Pat Thomas. He has interviewed Larry Beckett, Buckley’s school-friend, and co-writer of many of his early songs, including three of these.Beckett identifies the lead guitarist as Brian Hartzler (rather than subsequent mainstay Lee Underwood), the bass player as Jim Fielder (later of Buffalo Springfield, The Mothers, and Blood Sweat & Tears), and the drummer as possibly himself. Three of the four songs (“It Happens Every Time”, “I Can’t See You” and “Grief In My Soul”) on this EP were re-recorded for the debut album with a different set of musicians – this release affords the Buckley fan the opportunity to hear the songs before Buckley signed to the Elektra label and the professionals got hold of them

    The Creation

    Creation Theory

      Alan McGee was such a big fan of The Creation that he named his record label after the band, and named his own band after one of their songs – Biff Bang Pow. The Creation was formed in 1966 from beat combo The Mark Four, and was quickly signed to a production deal with Shel Talmy, The Who’s producer. The first release was the urgent “Making Time”, which featured guitarist Eddie Phillips playing his guitar with a violin bow, two years before Jimmy Page started doing so. Whilst very popular in Germany, UK success largely eluded the band, and after a number of noncharting singles and line-up changes (including Ron Wood), the band broke up in 1968 without ever having released an album in the UK. Bizarrely, Boney M had a huge hit in 1979 with the band’s composition “Painter Man”.

      Phillips and lead vocalist Kenny Pickett recorded an album in 1987 that remained unreleased until 2004, and in 1995, following reunion concerts at Harlesden’s Mean Fiddler, Alan McGee and Joe Foster managed to persuade the original line-up to record a new album, for release on Creation Records.

      This 4 LP box set has been designed by Phil Smee and the album sleeves feature photos from his collection. The four LPs include all of The Creation’s legendary recordings for Shel Talmy (the 2016 stereo mixes appear on LP for the first time), “We Are Paintermen” replicating the 1966 German LP, the only Creation album released anywhere in the 60s. “How Does It Feel To Feel “rounds up the remainder of the 60s recordings, and the 1987 album “Psychedelic Rose” and the 1996 Creation Records album “Power Surge” complete the set.

      Northern Soul Anthems is the latest exclusive to vinyl release on Demon Records. 26 classic tracks of northern soul pressed on two 180g heavyweight black vinyl.

      Housed in gatefold sleeve with original photography from Filmmaker Elaine Constantine. Defining Northern Soul Anthems from Judy Street, Al Green, Sue Lynne, Chairmen Of The Board, The Vibrations, Little Richard, The Charmaines, Willie Kendrick, Gloria Edwards and more..


      Alex Heffes

      Earth: One Amazing Day

        A landmark in cinematic wildlife fi lmmaking, Earth: One Amazing Day dramati cally brings to life the crucial role the sun plays in shaping the destinies of life-forms on the planet, including ourselves. It’s a spectacular vision of the rhythms of day and night and how a relati onship with the sun binds every species together.

        The score is produced by Alex Heffes, one of fi lm world’s most exciting composers, with credits such as Touching The Void, The Last King Of Scotland and Queen Of Katwe.

        This vinyl edition is packaged as a gatefold double LP on blue and green translucent heavyweight vinyl. The artwork contains numerous photos from the
        film itself.

        BBC Radiophonic Workshop

        Doctor Who & The Pescatons / Doctor Who Sound Affects

          THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2017 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

          After the success of last year's Record Store Day Exclusive, Genesis Of The Daleks….. Demon Records are proud to present the 2017 Vinyl Reissue of Doctor Who & The Pescatons on 180g heavy weight Pescaton Green coloured vinyl.

          As an added bonus the gatefold release comes backed with Doctor Who Sound Effects on Orange vinyl. With the original artwork for each release back to back this is a must for any Doctor Who fan.

          Marianne Faithful

          Rich Kid Blues

            THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2017 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

            Issued on vinyl for the first time since 1985, this Record Store Day 2017 edition is pressed on silver coloured vinyl.

            Produced by Mike Leander, who had produced and arranged much of Faithfull's Decca material, "Rich Kid Blues" is an intriguing album of spare, largely acoustic readings of folk / rock songs, including several Bob Dylan covers, as well as songs by Phil Ochs, George Harrison, Cat Stevens, Tim Hardin, James Taylor and Sandy Denny.

            Various Artists

            Punk Classic 45s

              THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2016 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

              The ten specially selected double AA side 7" singles in this box present twenty of the most varied and exciting tracks spanning those crucial few years. It's nearly forty years since many of these tracks appeared on vinyl so it is inevitably very difficult to find mint copies.

              From the initial burst of energy of the Damned, X-Ray Spex, and The Lurkers, the hardcore spirit of likes of The Exploited, to the punk poetry of Patrik Fitzgerald and John Cooper Clarke. Housed in a hard slipcase, the ten 7" singles are 'dinked' as juke-box singles and the box includes a 'spider' centre for play.

              Various Artists

              MOD Classic 45s

                THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2016 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                The ten specially selected double AA side 7" singles in this box pull together twenty of the most diverse and exciting tracks of the golden era of Mod. Nearly fifty years later it is inevitably impossible to find mint copies of these great songs on vinyl. Includes The Small Faces, Yardbirds, the Spencer Davis Group, PP Arnold and the best of the era housed in a hard slipcase, the ten 7" singles are 'dinked' as juke-box singles and the box includes a 'spider' centre for play.

                Mod youth culture - music and fashion - exploded in the UK in the early 1960s and spread through the decade to include the USA. The term 'Mod' came from the fashion side and the clothes worn by beatnik fans of modern jazz, but the music of the movement was rooted in soul and R'n'B, embracing ska and beat-pop.

                Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs

                Under The Covers Vol.1

                  THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2016 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.
                   
                  Now available separately on different coloured vinyl, on these three 2 LP sets Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs deliver perfect cover versions of their favourite songs from the 60s, the 70s and the 80s.

                  2 LP TRANSPARENT BLUE VINYL

                  Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs

                  Under The Covers Vol.2

                    THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2016 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                    Now available separately on different coloured vinyl, on these three 2 LP sets Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs deliver perfect cover versions of their favourite songs from the 60s, the 70s and the 80s.

                    2 LP TRANSPARENT YELLOW VINYL

                    That Petrol Emotion

                    Manic Pop Thrill

                      THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2016 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                      Manic Pop Thrill' is the debut album by That Petrol Emotion, originally released in 1986 on Demon Records – this is the 30th ANNIVERSARY RELEASE, especially for Record Store Day 2016. Pressed on 2 x 10" translucent orange vinyl, and presented in a gatefold sleeve That Petrol Emotion were formed by the brothers John and Damian O'Neill of The Undertones when the band split, with their friend Ciaran McLaughlin and American vocalist Steve Mack.

                      FIVE BONUS TRACKS: The original vinyl release of Manic Pop Thrill featured 12 tracks, whilst the CD benefitted from 3 bonus tracks from day one. These CD only tracks are included here on Side D along with the tracks 'Mine', the b-side of the single release of 'It's A Good Thing' and 'NonAlignment Pact', written by Pere Ubu and recorded live at The Electric Ballroom in May 1986

                      Doctor Who

                      Genesis Of The Daleks - Tardis Blue Coloured Vinyl Edition

                        THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2016 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                        Demon Records are proud to present the 2016 Vinyl Reissue of Doctor Who: Genesis Of The Daleks on 180g heavy weight 70s Tardis Blue coloured vinyl.

                        This was one of the first true Doctor Who Audio adventures, a condensed soundtrack version of the TV episode with Tom Baker (Doctor Who) brought in specially to do the bridging narration. Listen as Doctor Who travels to the desolate planet Skaro where he has been brought by the Time Lord to avert the creation of the Daleks.

                        Everything But The Girl

                        Eden - Transparent Vinyl Edition

                        Cut to 180 gram heavyweight transparent vinyl. This is an individually numbered in the exclusive run with gatefold artwork featuring rare images and reconstructions. The inner bag features printed lyrics, sheet music and photograph.

                        After Tracey Thorn's Marine Girls offerings and solo album "A Distant Shore", and Ben Watt's "North Marine Drive", the pair came together to form Everything But The Girl, "Eden" being their superb debut album from 1984. This collection of tracks hallmarked the duo's understated but beautific composition skills, displaying a great leap forward from the comparative naivete of their previous offerings. Mixing up gentle bossa-nova and jazz-flavoured tunes with guitar-strummed indie-pop and nu-country acoustica, the duo straddled the gap between Sade and The Style Council on one side and The Smiths on the other, creating a lyrically astute perfect pop album.


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