I am slowly listing them one by one and they are in a verity of condition, most are good or very good, with some in shop purchased condition i. The record will be packaged in a protective plastic cover and be despatched in a custom cardboard record sleeve with a cardboard backer.
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Please, don't download any music from the website mentioned in the previous post burningtheground. I downloaded a song, and then was unable to delete the file from my computer.
In fact, I could not even move it to an external drive. I had to install File Assassin a program that deletes malware files , and use it to get rid of the file.
Sal Kramer said:. Kewpie Member Moderator. The Seeker of Good Songs said:. Since I posted the link, I thought I should reply. Of the few things that I have tried out from that site, I never had a problem deleting the files after giving them a listen, even the above Bronski Beat one.
I am not defending the site or disputing what Sal has posted. I guess when downloading anythign form the nets Kewpie said:. Hi Seeker, would you able to reduce the size of sleeve, please? Thank you very much. Summer and Moroder, with his iconic black mustache, were the public faces of the operation. But inside his Munich-based Musicland studio, Moroder led a team of brilliant musicians and technicians.
In a business fueled by ego, Moroder has always been unusually gracious and generous when it comes to acknowledging the collective nature of the magic that typically still gets attributed to him alone. Giorgio was boss. Giorgio Moroder in a New York City studio in At 77, his memory is not what it used to be: He can recall some patches of history with crystalline clarity, but others—like the album Once Upon a Time Moroder grew up in the Alpine valleys of South Tyrol, a region of northernmost Italy that for five centuries was part of Austria until it passed into Italian control after the First World War.
His native tongue is the regional Ladin language, although he is also fluent in German, Italian, French, Spanish, and English. But with my brothers, I would still to this day speak Ladino. Boston-born LaDonna Gaines had graduated from fronting the rock group Crow in her hometown to musical theater work in Europe as part of the cast of Hair , gigs at the Vienna Folk Opera in productions of Porgy and Bess and Showboat , and studio work as a session singer.
After marrying an Austrian actor, she took his name: Sommer. When her vocal on a Bellotte demo unexpectedly led to record industry interest, she Anglicized her married name to Summer and formed a three-way musical partnership with Moroder and Bellotte.
Neil Bogart, boss of the legendary disco label Casablanca, had asked Moroder to extend the song to a full album side because—the story goes—he wished to soundtrack an orgy. There was a clue to a secret experimental streak, though: a Moroder solo album quietly released in to almost zero attention. One of those concepts was an album in which each song stylistically corresponded to a different decade of the 20th century.
This album was released in as Absinthe , and was initially recorded in the late s then finished in Paris in the early s. A further single from the album, "Waifs and Strays", was remixed by Dave Ball who was now in the electronic dance band The Grid.
The album reached the UK Top Later that year, Almond played a lavish one-off show at the Royal Albert Hall in London, which featured an orchestra and dancers as he performed material from his entire career. The show was recorded and released as the CD and video 12 Years of Tears. Accompanied only by Martin Watkins on piano, he played small Soviet halls and theatres, often without amplification, and ended at the "mini Bolshoi" in Moscow.
Transmitted live on television Almond made a plea for tolerance of gay people. The tour was fraught with troubles, which Almond detailed in his autobiography, but it marked the beginning of his love affair with the genre of Russian folk torch songs known as Romance.
Almond also recorded a session for the album with John Cale, David Johanson, and Chris Spedding; some made the final cut. Other songs were produced by Mike Hedges and Martyn Ware.
Adding to the disjointed recording process was the fact that during recording Almond also spent several weeks attending a treatment centre in Canterbury for addiction to prescription drugs. Fantastic Star was Almond's last album with a major record label, and the period also marked the ending of his managerial relationship with Stevo Pearce.
Almond re-invented himself and signed to Echo records in with a more downbeat and atmospheric electronica album, Open All Night. Almond relocated in to Moscow where he rented an apartment. With the encouragement and connections of executive producer Misha Kucherenko, he embarked on a three-year recording project of Russian romance and folk songs, called Heart on Snow.
In , Soft Cell reunited briefly and released their first new album in 18 years, Cruelty Without Beauty. Two singles came out of this album, "Monoculture" and a cover of the Frankie Valli 's "The Night", which led to a Top of the Pops appearance for the band, their first since the mid s.
He began a slow recovery determined to get back on the stage and in the studio. In June , Almond released an album of cover songs, Stardom Road. The album featured his first new song since the motorbike accident, "Redeem me Beauty Will Redeem the World ". Stardom Road was to be one of three albums for the Sanctuary label, the UK's largest independent record label up until  when it got itself into financial difficulty and was sold off in June to Universal Music Group.
Almond performed for the event at the Royal Albert Hall. The album was a tribute to Russian singer Vadim Kozin , who was exiled to the gulags of the Arctic Circle. The album was produced by Alexei Fedorov and features an orchestra arranged by Anatole Sobolev.
In , Almond released the Feasting with Panthers album, a collaboration with musician and arranger Michael Cashmore. Almond released three albums throughout Reed states that he has written 15 songs for the project commenting that Against Nature is "still probably one of the most decadent books ever written" and that Almond had always wanted to perform it, stating that "now we're both jaded aesthetes we could do it". Almond's next solo album, Chaos and a Dancing Star , also written with Braide, was released January Ian Anderson both sings and plays flute.
Almond divides his time between London, Moscow, and Barcelona. Almond has stated that he dislikes being pigeon-holed as "a 'gay' artist", saying that such a label "enables people to marginalise your work and reduce its importance, implying that it won't be of any interest to anyone who isn't gay".– Bronski Beat, Marc Almond: I Feel Love / Johnnie Remember Me Vocal (Cakemix)/ Love To Love You Baby: A1 – I Feel Love Written-By – Summer*, Moroder*, Belotte* A2 – Johnnie Remember Me Vocal (Cakemix) Written-By – Goddard* A3 – Love To Love You Baby Written-By – Summer*, Moroder*, Bellotte* – Bronski Beat, Marc Almond4/5(32).