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The Durutti Column - The Guitar And Other Machines album FLAC
Performer: The Durutti Column
Genre: Rock
Title: The Guitar And Other Machines
FLAC album size: 1122
Style: Avantgarde
Country: UK

Complete your The Durutti Column collection.

Tracklist: 1. Arpeggiator, 2. What Is It To Me (Woman), 3. Red Shoes, 4. Jongleur Grey, 5. When The World, 6. .

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Features Song Lyrics for The Durutti Column's The Guitar and Other Machines album. You Won't Feel Out of Place Lyrics. The Durutti Column Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.

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The Durutti Column played at the Factory club (organised by their managers), and cut two numbers for the first Factory Records release A Factory Sample, a double 7" compilation also featuring Joy Division, John Dowie and Cabaret Voltaire. On the eve of recording a debut album, the band broke up after a dispute about Wilson and Erasmus's choice of producer, Martin Hannett. Kellett left to join Simply Red, but guested on The Guitar and Other Machines (1987), the first new UK album to be released on Digital Audio Tape (as well as the usual media of LP, audio cassette and CD). The Guitar and Other Machines has a far more direct sound than earlier records, with guest vocals from Stanton Miranda and Reilly's. then partner, Pol, and the use of a sequencer and drum machine in addition to Mitchell's drumming.

Following up the band's second live album, A Night in New York, Durutti's composition changed slightly, with both Kellet and Metcalfe off to pursue other ventures, the former ending up in Simply Red. The core Reilly/Mitchell duo settled down in studio to create another striking development in Durutti's story, The Guitar and Other Machines. Continuing the string of excellent Durutti reissues, its 1996 reappearance included several other studio tracks done around that time, notably the moody and mysterious "LFO Mod," which only appeared on the Valuable Passages compilation in the . and "Dream Topping," featuring a reunion with A Certain Ratio singer Jeremy Kerr.

The Guitar and Other Machines. As with many other reissues of Durutti Column albums, this disc contains some excellent and worthwhile bonus tracks: "LFO Mod" is a strange synthy tune with burbling bass and soft jazz-pop licks which act as a counterpoint to the restless "28 Oldham Street", an exciting soundscape with ringing, lightning-speed guitar runs rushing along a relentless sequencer riff. Overall, this album is probably the best place to start for the Durutti Column novice and remains one of the most innovative pop records of the '80s. 5 people found this helpful.

The origin of The Guitar and Other Machines was the Christmas present given by Factory founder Tony Wilson to Durutti mainman Vini Reilly in 1985. He gave me another kick and bought me a load of electronic instruments,' revealed Reilly at the time. I never dreamt of getting into this electronic thing, and I struggled and fought and stayed up til half seven in the morning and really worked on it. I know that Tony's got this vision and I persevered. Disc 2 features in concert versions of album tracks taped by the trio at the Bottom Line club in New York City in October 1986, as well as the WOMAD festival in August 1988. 18,87 €18,87 €. pas en stock.

Complete your The Durutti Column collection.

Tracklist: 1. Arpeggiator, 2. What Is It To Me (Woman), 3. Red Shoes, 4. Jongleur Grey, 5. When The World, 6. .

A new version of Last. The Guitar and Other Machines. Overview (current section).

The origin of The Guitar and Other Machines was the Christmas present given by Factory founder Tony Wilson to Durutti mainman Vini Reilly in 1985. He gave me another kick and bought me a load of electronic instruments,' revealed Reilly at the time. The origin of The Guitar and Other Machines was the Christmas present given by Factory founder Tony Wilson to Durutti mainman Vini Reilly in 1985.

Features Song Lyrics for The Durutti Column's The Guitar and Other Machines album. You Won't Feel Out of Place Lyrics. The Durutti Column Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965. He gave me another kick and bought me a load of electronic instruments," revealed Reilly at the time  . 3 people found this helpful.

This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 75/193 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Guitar and Other Machines. BPM Profile The Guitar and Other Machines. Album starts at 75BPM, ends at 193BPM (+118), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Durutti Column.

Following up the band's second live album, A Night in New York, Durutti's composition changed slightly, with both Kellet and Metcalfe off to pursue other ventures, the former ending up in Simply Red. The core Reilly/Mitchell duo settled down in studio to create another striking development in Durutti's story, The Guitar and Other Machines. Continuing the string of excellent Durutti reissues, its 1996 reappearance included several other studio tracks done around that time, notably the moody and mysterious "LFO Mod," which only appeared on the Valuable Passages compilation in the . and "Dream Topping," featuring a reunion with A Certain Ratio singer Jeremy Kerr.

The Durutti Column played at the Factory club (organised by their managers), and cut two numbers for the first Factory Records release A Factory Sample, a double 7" compilation also featuring Joy Division, John Dowie and Cabaret Voltaire. On the eve of recording a debut album, the band broke up after a dispute about Wilson and Erasmus's choice of producer, Martin Hannett. Kellett left to join Simply Red, but guested on The Guitar and Other Machines (1987), the first new UK album to be released on Digital Audio Tape (as well as the usual media of LP, audio cassette and CD). The Guitar and Other Machines has a far more direct sound than earlier records, with guest vocals from Stanton Miranda and Reilly's. then partner, Pol, and the use of a sequencer and drum machine in addition to Mitchell's drumming. He gave me another kick and bought me a load of electronic instruments," revealed Reilly at the time

Tracklist Hide Credits

The Guitar And Other Machines
1 Arpeggiator
Written-By, Arranged By – Mitchell*, Reilly*
4:05
2 What Is It To Me (Woman)
Harmonica [Mouth Organ] – Rob Grey*
3:47
3 Red Shoes
Vocals – Pol , Stanton Miranda
3:13
4 Jongleur Grey
Harmonica [Mouth Organ] – Rob Grey*
2:42
5 When The World
Percussion – John MetcalfeTrumpet – Tim Kellet*Vocals – Pol , Stanton Miranda
5:14
6 U.S.P. 2:24
7 Bordeaux Sequence
Vocals – Pol
5:52
8 Pol In B 3:08
9 English Landscape Tradition
Bass – Stephen StreetWritten-By, Arranged By – Metcalfe*, Reilly*
4:49
10 Miss Haymes 5:15
11 Don't Think You're Funny 1:41
Related Works
12 LFO Mod 6:24
13 Dream Topping
Written-By – Jeremy Kerr*, Simon Topping, Stuart James
3:01
14 28 Oldham Street
Producer – Nick Garside, Stuart James
4:58
Live At WOMAD
15 Otis 5:32
16 English Landscape Tradition 3:19
17 Finding The Sea 5:15
18 Bordeaux 6:06

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Factory Once
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – London Records
  • Copyright (c) – Factory Once
  • Copyright (c) – London Records
  • Pressed By – EDC
  • Marketed By – Barclay
  • Marketed By – Metronome Musik GmbH
  • Published By – Movement Of 24th January
  • Published By – Zomba Publishing
  • Licensed From – Factory Records
  • Licensed To – London Records 90 Ltd.

Credits

  • Arranged By – Vini Reilly (tracks: 2 to 8, 10, 11)
  • Drums, Xylophone, Drum Programming [Dx Machine] – Bruce Mitchell (tracks: 1 to 11)
  • Engineer – CJ* (tracks: 1 to 11), Chris Nagle (tracks: 1 to 11), Lee Hamblin (tracks: 1 to 11)
  • Guitar, Keyboards, Programmed By [Machine Programs], Vocals – Vini Reilly (tracks: 1 to 11)
  • Mixed By [Live Mix] – Stuart James (tracks: 15 to 18)
  • Piano – Andy Connell (tracks: 15 to 18)
  • Producer – Stephen Street (tracks: 1 to 11)
  • Viola – John Metcalfe (tracks: 1 to 11)
  • Vocals – Liu Sola (tracks: 15 to 18)
  • Written-By – Vini Reilly (tracks: 2 to 8, 10 to 18)

Notes

Made in the UK (stamped in mould).

This compilation:
℗ 1996 Factory once/London Records.
© 1996 Factory once/London Records.
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Factory Records and is exclusively licensed to London Records 90 Ltd.

Published by M24th January/Zomba Publishing. (except where exceptions)

Marketed in France by Barclay and in Germany by Metronome Music GmbH.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 42282 88282 0
  • Label Code: LC 7654
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Price Code: PY 899
  • Matrix / Runout: 8288282 02
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0412
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Fact 204 The Durutti Column The Guitar And Other Machines ‎(LP, Album) Factory Fact 204 UK 1987
Fact 204c The Durutti Column The Guitar And Other Machines ‎(Cass, Album) Factory Fact 204c UK 1987
33 280 L The Durutti Column The Guitar And Other Machines ‎(LP, Album) Factory, Nuevos Medios 33 280 L Spain 1987
7 90887-2, 2-90887 The Durutti Column The Guitar And Other Machines ‎(CD, Album) Venture, Venture 7 90887-2, 2-90887 US 1988
Fact 204 The Durutti Column The Guitar And Other Machines ‎(LP, Album) Factory Records Australasia Fact 204 Australia 1987

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Arpeggiator
Written-By – Bruce Mitchell
4:03
A2 What Is It To Me (Woman) 3:47
A3 Red Shoes 3:13
A4 Jongleur Grey 2:41
A5 When The World
Trumpet – Tim KellettViola, Percussion – John MetcalfeWritten-By – John Metcalfe
3:13
A6 U.S.P. 2:22
B1 Bordeaux Sequence 5:50
B2 Pol In B 3:08
B3 English Landscape Tradition
Bass – Stephen Street
4:48
B4 Miss Haymes 5:14
B5 Don't Think You're Funny 1:42

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Virgin
  • Distributed By – EMIAL
  • Pressed By – Columbia, Athens – 14435
  • Recorded At – Suite 16 Studios
  • Recorded At – Strawberry Studios
  • Recorded At – Island Studios
  • Mixed At – Island Studios
  • Published By – Movement Of 24th January

Credits

  • Design – 8vo
  • Drums, Programmed By [Dx Machine], Xylophone – Bruce Mitchell
  • Engineer – CJ*, Chris Nagle, Lee Hamblin
  • Guitar, Keyboards, Programmed By [Machine Programs], Vocals – Vini Reilly
  • Harmonica [Mouth Organ] – Rob Grey* (tracks: A2, A4)
  • Photography By [Black And White] – Trevor Key
  • Producer – Stephen Street
  • Vocals – Pol (tracks: A3, A5, B1), Stanton Miranda (tracks: A3, A5)
  • Written-By, Arranged By – Vini Reilly

Notes

Recorded at Suite Sixteen, Rochdale; Strawberry Studios, Stockport; and Island Studios, Hammersmith.
Mixed at Island Studios.

Special thanks to Simply Red/Elektra for Tim Kellet's Trumpet on track A5.

Published by the Movement of the 24th January Publishing/Copyright Control.

Category on back sleeve is Fact 204, on labels there only is 204.
On labels, spine & back sleeve is VG 50321.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etching Side A): FAC 204 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching Side B): FAC 204 B
  • Rights Society: AEPI
  • Other (Labels): A/A 14435
  • Other (Cover): MT 14435

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Fact 204 The Durutti Column The Guitar And Other Machines ‎(LP, Album) Factory Fact 204 UK 1987
Fact 204c The Durutti Column The Guitar And Other Machines ‎(Cass, Album) Factory Fact 204c UK 1987
33 280 L The Durutti Column The Guitar And Other Machines ‎(LP, Album) Factory, Nuevos Medios 33 280 L Spain 1987
7 90887-2, 2-90887 The Durutti Column The Guitar And Other Machines ‎(CD, Album) Venture, Venture 7 90887-2, 2-90887 US 1988
Fact 204 The Durutti Column The Guitar And Other Machines ‎(LP, Album) Factory Records Australasia Fact 204 Australia 1987

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