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Memory - Keith John Adams - Memory / Worry (Vinyl)

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  1. Aug 31,  · Alan Haber’s Pure Pop Radio is the premiere website covering the melodic pop scene with in-depth reviews of new and reissued recordings, and a wide variety of features. The hour Pure Pop Radio stream ran from to August 25, Welcome to your number one home for coverage of the greatest melodic pop music in the universe from the ’60s to today.
  2. Mod/punk band,who released 12"singles on vinyl japan in /and played stormin gigs,where jake and keith would swap guitar/bass pre dated the mod revival,that eventually spawned shite like menswear and shed 7. Misfortune denied them a larger musical legacy.
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  4. not had a chance to listen to this properly yet, but this is a 12" promo geurnica/4ad put out to promote insides' "clear skin" record. this record was of course a single, long long track, so it's not surprising on the promo you get a couple of edited versions. plus there's "further distractions", an extrapolated version of a "euphoria" album track that was also included on the limited 7" extra.
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  6. Scott was gracious enough to let me trip down memory lane with him and release these four tunes on double 7" square lathe cut in hand-screened gatefold sleeves. 35 randomly inserted copies are on Soild Gold Gold with Brown Splatter Vinyl". Salesman, ALL CD-Record Series releases, Homely Singles Blind Date Club Releases, Keith John Adams.
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  8. was a terrific year for melodic pop music from both new and heritage artists, perhaps the best in recent memory. My list of 28 Favorite Records of the Year from 27 artists–The Stars of –is presented below in random order. It has long been my view that ranking entries on best-of-the-year lists is an impossible task, at least for me.
  9. January to March – assorted London gigs – Holly Penfield at Club (8th March) and with Ian Ritchie at the Fiddler’s Elbow (10th January); skewed surf, pop and acoustica with Kenny Process Team, Keith John Adams and The Happy Couple (13th January); Balkan/Gaelic folktronics with Arhai (18th January); plus Minute Taker’s ‘Wolf.

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