Burning Shed News (May 17, 2018)

 

Paul Draper

Sale (various items)


The first in a series of sales to celebrate 10 years of the Kscope label.

Many Paul Draper items – including the extremely limited limited cassette edition of Spooky Action – will be available at a reduced price until May 31st.

David Bowie

Welcome To The Blackout (Live London ’78) (cd pre-order)


Welcome To The Blackout (Live London ’78) captures Bowie live during the ISOLAR II tour at Earls Court, London on the 30th June and 1st July 1978.

The album was recorded by Tony Visconti and was mixed by David and David Richards at Mountain Studios, Montreux in January 1979.

Initials copies of the CD are packaged in a six-panel digipak with rare photos from Sukita and Chris Walters

Double CD in digipak.

Pre-order for 29th June release.

Fairport Convention

What We Did On Our Saturday (cd pre-order)


Recorded on the band’s 50th Anniversary at Cropredy, What We Did On Our Saturday is a glorious celebration of the music of Folk-Rock pioneers Fairport Convention.

The band’s current line-up were joined by former Fairporters’ Richard Thompson, Dave Mattacks, Iain Matthews, Julie Dyble, Maartin Allcock and Ashley Hutchings, and friends Ralph McTell, Sally Barker, Chris While and PJ Wright.

Double CD in digipak.

Pre-order for 15th June release.

Jean-Michel Jarre

Magnetic Fields (vinyl)


The five part Magnetic Fields (1981) was the fifth studio album by Jean-Michel Jarre.

One of the first recordings to use sampling as a musical element, Magnetic Fields represented an innovative departure for Jarre.

Remastered 180g vinyl edition.

Shipping now (N.B. We have very few copies at the special price of £12.99).

Daniel Biro

120 Onetwenty (cd / boxset pre-order)


Daniel Biro’s 120 Onetwenty is an hour long instrumental vintage keyboards suite.

Over six years in the making, inspired by synth pioneers such as Tangerine Dream and Vangelis, electric jazzers Herbie Hancock and Joe Zawinul, Progressive experimentalists Soft Machine and Mike Oldfield, and ambient/ minimalist composers Reich, Eno, and Glass, the resulting album is a hypnotic fusion of melancholy moods, jazz-inflected hypnotic grooves and soaring, swirling synth landscapes.

Available as a CD in digipak and as a limited numbered signed box set edition.

Pre-order for 25th May shipping.

Enchant

A Dream Imagined (boxset pre-order)


limited edition 10CD set collecting all Enchant‘s studio albums, plus 2 discs of bonus material.

Coming 25 years after the band’s debut, the set covers all the band’s releases from A Blueprint Of The World to 2014’s The Great Divide.

The bonus tracks include a selection of demo versions, live tracks, acoustic versions and instrumentals, while the booklet features extensive liner notes chronicling the band’s career and interviews with members past and present.

Pre-order for 20th July release.

The Pale Fountains

Something On My Mind (vinyl pre-order)


limited edition clear vinyl pressing of Something On My Mind, an anthology of early recordings by acclaimed 1980s Liverpool band, The Pale Fountains (inspired by 1960s icons Love, Burt Bacharach and The Beatles).

Combining a 12 track vinyl album with a bonus 19 track live CD

Only 500 pressed globally.

Pre-order for 15th June release.

Bill Bruford’s Earthworks

Footloose And Fancy Free Signed Edition (signed cd)


Bill says, “The final copies of this CD are slightly flawed, but unusually and perhaps attractively so. The CD label has light pencilled ‘rhythms’ on it as part of the artwork and under the words ‘Bill Bruford’s’ the next word ‘Earthworks’ is missing. Printer’s error. Does this make them collectable? Possibly, possibly not!”

This wonderful double live album shows Bruford in the context of the later acoustic sax-piano jazz quartet incarnation of his long-running Earthworks band.

Shipping now. All copies are signed by Bill.

Richard Barbieri

Variants 1 and 2 (cds)


The Variants EPs are a series of releases by Richard Barbieri that collect disparate pieces of music from past and current works that don’t fit in with new album plans or concepts, but which Richard feels deserve to be heard.

At the end of this series, a beautiful and expansive package will be available (in which to house the CDs and better display the artwork across the releases).

Variants 1 and 2 are back in stock and shipping now. CDs in card wallets.

One thought on “Burning Shed News (May 17, 2018)

  1. kruekutt

    Want the Bowie! Adrian Belew on guitar; Roger Powell (Utopia) on keyboards; Simon House (Hawkwind) on violin. Hopefully less manicured than the Stage album.

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