New Record Label: Intervention Records

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

  1. Geee!

    Geee! Forum Resident

    I had never heard Flying Burrito Brothers but enjoy Gram Parsons; knowing the quality of Intervention from the Joe Jackson LPs, I took a chance.
    @IR Shane ! Another winner.
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  2. kdart91

    kdart91 Member

    • Os mutantes
    • Caetano veloso
    • David Axelrod
    • Third Ear Band
    • Kevin Ayers (1st two)
    • Queens of the Stone Age (Rated R and Songs for the deaf)
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  3. Clonesteak

    Clonesteak Forum Resident

    Kalamazoo, MI
    Just like they are doing their releases of new albums?
    A new Tool album is like? Something my nine year old might never know the feeling of. :hide:
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  4. Geee!

    Geee! Forum Resident

    My Intervention wish list...though I don't know how viable (are they available & would they sell enough units?)
    All the following here have lovely SQ or at least the promise of nice SQ

    Cowboy Junkies | Lay It Down, 1995 Geffen (never on vinyl)
    Cowboy Junkies | Pale Sun Crescent Moon, 1993, RCA (never on vinyl)
    Cowboy Junkies | Black Eyed Man, 1992 RCA (I have an EU pressing, which is good)
    Lyle Lovett | The Road to Ensanada, 1996 Curb (No on vinyl)
    Lyle Lovett | Joshua Judges Ruth, 1994 Curb (un-affordable vinyl)
    Widespread Panic The band reissued/issued their 1st 4, which were decent but not outstanding. The campaign stopped for some reason.
    Joe Jackson | Night Music, 1994 Virgin (no vinyl)
    Joe Jackson | Night And Day II, 2000 Sony Classical (no vinyl) I'd buy any JJ from @IR Shane , but these have never been issued. Sad to hear about Volume IV not happening. (Plus Body And Soul & Big World which many want are cheap and sound great)
    Meat Puppets | Forbidden Places, 1991 London
    Meat Puppets | Too High To Die, 1994 London
    Dwight Yoakam | This Time, 1993 Reprise
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  5. shepherdfan

    shepherdfan Forum Resident

    Eugene, OR
    If I was to venture to guess, I think Mike Timmins will likely have the Cowboy Junkies albums be handled by Analogue Productions.
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  6. IR Shane

    IR Shane Well-Known Member

    Puget Sound, WA
    Please check out my upcoming reissue of Marshall Crenshaw's Field Day, in conjunction with Marshall and Pledge Music!

    Click HERE to watch Marshall discuss the reissue.
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  7. CraigVC

    CraigVC Forum Resident

    Portland, OR
    No SACD??? :mudscrying:
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  8. IR Shane

    IR Shane Well-Known Member

    Puget Sound, WA
    There will be an SACD of the original repertoire only. It will be a while as I have to get the tapes back to KG to do this. I hadn't planned on it, but as mentioned tings have changed on my distribution to make me more open to SACDs, and that's only very recently. I can't even guess at a date. OTOH, Gilded Palace is about to go into production. High hopes of that still making July, but if it doesn't it will be early August.
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  9. CraigVC

    CraigVC Forum Resident

    Portland, OR
    A Marshall Crenshaw Field Day SACD will be awesome. You just "turned my frown upside down," Shane! :winkgrin::goodie::pineapple:
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  10. IR Shane

    IR Shane Well-Known Member

    Puget Sound, WA
    There's more than one of you right?
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  11. Preston

    Preston Forum Resident

    KCMO Metro USA
    I'm a big fan of the Meat Puppets and have their first five albums on original pressings (bought on day of release). I saw the recent announcement of a re-issue of their albums and sent an e-mail to the label. They said they were mastered from Red Book files (CD), because the original analog master tapes have been lost. I can't believe labels can be so LAME.
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  12. Jellis77

    Jellis77 Well-Known Member

    Hi Shane,

    So we've got the 2 Judee Sill 2x45rpm LPs, the Joe Jackson dbl Live, Billy Squier and Marshall Crenshaw on the way - did you also mention Murray Head - Nigel Lived a way back as well?

    All sound interesting to me - anything else you can tell about on the horizon?
  13. googlymoogly

    googlymoogly Forum Resident

    Those tapes may be misfiled or otherwise misplaced, or maybe the label just doesn't want to lease them out without more money on the table. Remember when the label said that the Doors' master tapes couldn't be used anymore, and then later licensed them out to Analogue Productions for their 45 rpm reissues?

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