New Record Label: Intervention Records

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by chosenhandle, Aug 6, 2015.

  1. Beaker73

    Beaker73 Active Member

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    How's about Fairground Attraction's First Of A Million Kisses? I have an original pressing bought bakc when it came out and it sounds like crap, mostly because of sibilance. I think it's a great record and well recorded, and could do with a audiophile makeover.
     
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  2. IR Shane

    IR Shane Well-Known Member

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    And last, no, Judee at 45 RPM is not Andre on IMAX. Believe me, you're going to understand once you hear them. There's a ton of inner detail and dimensionality people haven't ever experienced from these LPs, and 45 RPM gets it all.
     
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  3. IR Shane

    IR Shane Well-Known Member

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    I don't know that band, will explore.
     
  4. IR Shane

    IR Shane Well-Known Member

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    PS- sorry for disappearing. I usually get an email when someone posts to this thread, but I didn't get one for weeks and also had to get a new computer.
     
  5. Beaker73

    Beaker73 Active Member

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    Cool! They are some what of a one hit wonder, but the album is great as a whole. This is the hit:


    But there's also this one, for example:

    Fairground Attraction - Find My Love

    Eddi Reader is such a great singer.
     
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  6. kwadguy

    kwadguy Forum Resident

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    Seriously? 4 Men With Beards? That's like asking if Sizzler uses Kobe beef. If you're LUCKY, 4 Men With Beards used the CD as their master.
     
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  7. arob71

    arob71 Forum Resident

    Will Ferguslie Park be making an appearance on hybrid SACD? I enjoyed the Stealers Wheel self-titled one.
     
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  8. IR Shane

    IR Shane Well-Known Member

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    Yes. Hopefully this summer.
     
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  9. Andy Pandy

    Andy Pandy Well-Known Member

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    I thought I had all Mark Lanegan's solo albums but I have missed this one. What's the title and on which label?
     
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  10. RichC

    RichC Forum Resident

    Glad Toad is being repressed finally... Remains to be seen if they do quality pressings.

    Weird that both AIC and the Damien Rice album are off limits, but have yet to be released. It's frustrating if these are being held off for legal reasons.
     
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  11. IR Shane

    IR Shane Well-Known Member

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    I crossed the streams on you. The bulk of my record collection is in boxes in my garage for another month or so. But I'm thinking of Lanegan's compilation box set Has Good Seen My Shadow and the Reason to Believe compilation. I think his box set has more Hardin tunes on it.
     
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  12. IR Shane

    IR Shane Well-Known Member

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    The labels like to reserve projects to do themselves too.
     
  13. CaseyJames

    CaseyJames Active Member

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    Any potential for reissuing Aimee Mann's Bachelor No. 2 or Lost in Space? Or even the Magnolia soundtrack which is essentially an Aimee Mann record (that was never given a vinyl release)?

    And I'll make another plug for the Amelie (Yann Tiersen) soundtrack.

    By the by, looking forward to the Flying Burrito Bros reissue!
     
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  14. googlymoogly

    googlymoogly Forum Resident

    I know - too bad they often don't want to do them with the quality you bring to the table!
     
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  15. drfindley

    drfindley Member

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    Yeah, I probably should have not even brought that up, but hearing many versions of The Joshua Tree, I was sad of it's sound on all of them.

    What about David Grey's While Ladder? I'd much rather have that than any U2
     
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  16. Crush87

    Crush87 Well-Known Member

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    Yup!
     
  17. Classicrock

    Classicrock Forum Resident

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    I've got a suggested title that the labels have ignored and sounds fantastic. Needs an audiophile vinyl reissue. 'Rebel' by John Miles is fantastic musically and production wise being done by Alan Parsons. Sound wise up with The Project and dare I say it DSOTM. Contains the classic 'Music' and the rest is not too shabby. Originally on Decca in UK.
     
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  18. Classicrock

    Classicrock Forum Resident

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    Original vinyl sounds rather good but I wonder about interest level now, though a huge UK hit at the time.

    Can I say I don't see the majors letting independent labels put out their top selling artists on vinyl any more. Maybe with the exception of MFSL and AP who have some financial clout to obtain the tapes. Even then U2 like Beatles and Stones are of piste.
     
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  19. IR Shane

    IR Shane Well-Known Member

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    Aimee Mann is interesting.
     
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  20. arob71

    arob71 Forum Resident

    Do you have any interest in the final Stealers Wheel album, Right or Wrong? It might be my favorite of their three.
     
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  21. anodyne

    anodyne Well-Known Member

    I'd love to see Aimee Mann's first two solo albums Whatever and I'm With Stupid get good vinyl releases. They've never been on vinyl before.
     
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  22. Preston

    Preston Forum Resident

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    Actually, there have been rumors/rumblings that there is a Cardigan's box set coming, all of the SFA albums being re-issued on vinyl and ditto for Supergrass, but I have seen (respectively) nothing, Fuzzy Logic and I Should CoCo re-issues and that's it. And these rumors have been circulating for YEARS.
     
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  23. IR Shane

    IR Shane Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I would love to. I love that album too. I want to see Ferguslie sales pick up more first.
     
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  24. ParanoidAndroid

    ParanoidAndroid Forum Resident

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    The Flying Burrito Brothers and Judee Sill are great choices! Are the Judee Sill albums not going to be released on SACD as well? As for suggestions, I would love to buy a well mastered SACD of Gene Clark's No Other.
     
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  25. Dok

    Dok Forum Resident

    I loudly second that motion!
     
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