gullbuy music review

July 29, 2003

  • Biff Bang Pow!

    title:: Waterbomb
    label:: Rev-Ola

    With Biff Bang Pow!, Alan McGee took the sounds he liked best from the early 80s West Coast Paisley Underground and added the influences of the Northern Soul and Postcard Records.

    Waterbomb is a great way to learn about where C86 came from and Creation Records and it will make for some great summer listening.

  • Rhys Chatham

    title:: An Angel Moves Too Fast to See
    label:: Table of the Elements

    We've been waiting all year to get our hands on the Rhys Chatham box set An Angel Moves Too Fast to See and finally it's here.

    We were teased by the addition of the Rhys Chatham Compendium to our library, but that was simply not enough of a thorough collection, and merely whetted our appetite for more.

  • Sandy Posey

    title:: A Single Girl - the very best of the MGM Recordings
    label:: RPM

    Sandy Posey was a unique singer to come out of the mid 60s, when she combined the style of the girl group genre with the Nashville sound, and ended up with a string of sobering hits recorded between 1966 and 1968.

    RPM Records, out of the UK, bring together the best of these years on the fabulous 23 track cd A Single Girl: The Very Best of the MGM Years.