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Greasy Bear - Is Adrian There?
Greasy Bear
Is Adrian There?
LP | 2016 | UK | Original (Vinyl Revival)
24,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Limited edition for Record Store Day 2016!Greasy Bear formed in Manchester in 1969 as a folk/rock outfit and was described as "Manchester's answer to The Grateful Dead." The band soon gained a reputation as a tight and eccentric live act, due to the on stage antics of C.P. Lee (vocals) and Bruce Mitchell (drums). Other band members were Ian Wilson (vocals/guitar), Steve Whalley (guitar) and John Gibson (bass). In 1970, with a collection of songs penned by Lee and Wilson, Greasy Bear recorded nine tracks, hoping to secure a deal with the now highly collectable Philips/Vertigo label. The deal with Philips fell through and the band soon went their separate ways. C.P. Lee and Bruce Mitchell formed Manchester anarchic-satirical rock band Alberto Y Los Trios Paranoias. Bruce was also the other half of Factory records duo The Durutti Column. Ian Wilson went on to form Sad Cafe with the late Paul Young and Steve Whalley also played in Sad Cafe and joined Slade for 14 years in 1992 whilst Noddy was in Toyland.
V.A. - Greater Manchester Punk 1977-1981
Change, The - Where were you / Never Alone
Change, The
Where were you / Never Alone
7" | 2014 | UK | Original (Vinyl Revival)
11,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Pop
Limited to 250 copies, this is a previously unreleased punk gem from Manchester-based band The Change, active on the punk scene in the late '70s. They recorded four tracks at the legendary Cargo Studios in Rochdale in 1979, but having just left school the band could not afford to pay the pressing costs. The tracks have been mastered from the only surving cassette that has been left forgotten for the last 35 years. The A-Side is reminiscent of early Buzzcocks and the flip sounds musically like early Joy Division. The sleeve has been designed as an old style foldover punk sleeve.
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