New Record Label: Intervention Records

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

  1. IR Shane

    IR Shane Forum Resident

    Puget Sound, WA
    Hmm. And Dances with Wolves beat Goodfellas and Ordinary People beat Raging Bull.

    Nevertheless, consider me intrigued. I'll look into them.
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  2. Gabe Walters

    Gabe Walters Forum Resident

    This is not a Dances With Wolves situation, I promise you.
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  3. telepicker97

    telepicker97 Got Any Gum?

    By Your Side is SONY, and it's also out of print, AND it is also in dire need of a 'sonic facelift' if you will...

    What if we start there and see what happens??
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  4. IR Shane

    IR Shane Forum Resident

    Puget Sound, WA
    Intrigued and investigating.
  5. SuperFuzz

    SuperFuzz Forum Resident

    I mentioned this one before, Eugene McDaniels, Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse.
    Eugene McDaniels - Headless Heroes Of The Apocalypse

    Atlantic records, 1971. Over 1200 "wants" on discogs, with a median sale price of $107.35. Funkky urban soul, with some jazzy elements (one of the funkiest drummers, Alphonse Mouzon, RIP). It would sell like hot cakes. Someone will get to it eventually!

  6. telepicker97

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  7. telepicker97

    telepicker97 Got Any Gum?

    That Would also Be Nice.
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  8. bridgeless

    bridgeless Forum Resident

    Spring Hill, TN
    I’d buy any Black Crowes albums released. The last round off reissues was a huge disappointment. Same for Counting Crows, too. The AAEA AP release is great but the Recovering the satellites reissue is pretty bad.
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  9. telepicker97

    telepicker97 Got Any Gum?

    All of these statements are accurate, as well.
  10. cwd

    cwd Forum Resident

    Clarksville, TN
    I second this assertion-great album!cwd
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  11. googlymoogly

    googlymoogly Forum Resident

    Speaking of psych-pop projects, has anyone requested Rain Parade's "Third Rail"? That might work as a "Nice Price" entry...
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  12. Crush87

    Crush87 Forum Resident

    New York
    @IR Shane
    Brian Eno & John Cale - Wrong Way Up

    Never pressed in the States. Really, really needs a reissue. Feels perfect for Intervention.

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  13. ncstickman

    ncstickman Well-Known Member

    North Carolina
    Shane - any interest in the Plimsouls' "Everywhere at Once"? I've never heard a great sounding version of this album, and it seems to fall in your wheelhouse. Keep up the great work!
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  14. ...and it would be cool if it had the CD single bonus tracks as well.
  15. telepicker97

    telepicker97 Got Any Gum?

    Listending to the FBB SACD this DAMN this thing is fine!
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  16. George P

    George P Smellin' Like A Rose

    Can't wait for the Burrito Deluxe SACD!
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  17. varyat

    varyat Forum Resident

    This would be awesome:righton:- GREAT LP!
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  18. vonwegen

    vonwegen Forum Resident

    A couple of other 1980s classics that need good vinyl remasters:

    Echo & The Bunnymen - Porcupine

    and especially:
    Psychedelic Furs - Forever Now, which suffers from the same polarity issue that marred XTC - Skylarking, because both were recorded at Todd Rundgren's home studio. My pristine Dutch pressing and my US pressing both sound cold & distant, lacking in bass.
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  19. Echo

    Echo Forum Resident

    Please, don't say only 'vinyl remasters'.... It's viny and cd/sacd remasters'!:agree:
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  20. vonwegen

    vonwegen Forum Resident

    SACDs of both (or either) would be fine with me. But I suspect there is a lot more involved with scheduling a SACD release.
  21. krisjay

    krisjay Psychedelic Wanderer

    Amanda Palmer-Who Killed Amanda Palmer
  22. Could I beg for Ian McCulloch's solo albums as well? Candleland and Mysterio are calling.
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  23. Andy Pandy

    Andy Pandy Forum Resident

    Brussels, Belgium
    Another album that deserves the Intervention treatment (“nice price” maybe) is Dennis Linde “Linde Manor”. It was released 1970 on Intrepid, a sublabel of Mercury.

    To my knowledge this gem has never been rereleased. One of my all time favourite albums that deserves more attention. Here is one of many great songs on the album:
  24. 0476pearljam

    0476pearljam Forum Resident

    This guy was unknown to me...very good one indeed
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  25. TheSeldomSeenKid

    TheSeldomSeenKid Forum Resident

    Please try to get rights to put out the entire Spiritualized Catalog on SACD & Vinyl.
    Then look into Suede's first 4 albums and SciFi Lullibies B-Sides album.
    Thanks Shane
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