Record Store Day 2015 is fast approaching and each year artists and labels push the boat out even further to bring wax lovers some special, rare or down right out of the ordinary.
This year our friends over at Heavenly Recordings are offering up a series of strictly limited double A-side 7” releases featuring the cream of their mighty roster.
They’ll be available on their own (300 pressings) or collectively as a box set (limited to 200), check out the full list of releases below:
A. We’ve Got The Moves – Pete Wiggs
Taken from the soundtrack of ‘How We used To Live’, a film by Paul Kelly & Saint Etienne.
AA. Didsbury Girl (Tear Down Dub –Al Breadwinner remix) – Jimi Goodwin
Original version appears on the album ‘Odludek’.
A. Been Thinking About You All The Time – Caitlin Rose
A previously unreleased track, and although not a Heavenly act, Caitlin is a big favourite at the label.
AA. Listen To Her Heart – Kid Wave & Ben Romans-Hopcraft (Childhood)
Tom Petty cover by Kid Wave featuring their Childhood friend.
A. Needle of Death – Mark Lanegan
AA. Fresh As A Sweet Sunday Morning – Duke Garwood
Mark and Duke originally worked together on ‘Black Pudding’ in 2013. When Mark took on production work on Duke’s incredible and critically acclaimed LP ‘Heavy Love’ for RSD they both decided to cover tracks from Bert Jansch’s ‘L.A. Turnaround’ released in 1974.
A. Murmur earth – Stealing Sheep
An exclusive track from the ‘Not Real’ sessions, left off the album after much painful deliberation.
AA. Rhubarb Rhubarb (Third Webb’s Rhubarb and Custard Mix) – The Voyeurs
The title track of the Voyeurs second album, remixed by Rhys ‘Horrors’ Webb.
A. Calico – Temples
AA. Keep In The Dark – Fever The Ghost
Having recently toured the US together, the bands cover each other’s tracks.
A. Wytches – Wastybois
Brand new exclusive four-track home recording.
AA. Barstool Blues – Hooton Tennis Club
A Neil Young cover produced by HTC and Bill Ryder-Jones.
A. Fell From The Sun – TOY & Jane Weaver
Heavenly’s TOY and Jane Weaver of Finders Keepers Records collaborate on a song written and recorded by Kendra Smith (Dream Syndicate) with David Roback in 1983 under the name Clay Allison. As someone so rightly said “Did dreampop begin here? This is the seed of the long slow dazzle. Mazzy was and is mellow, but Clay Allison was the pure vision.”
AA. It’s A Drag – H. Hawkline
Brand new and exclusive version, recorded following his recent critically acclaimed album ‘In The Pink of Condition.
Will De Nardo