Out next week is the live recordings from Kate Bush’s highly acclaimed return to live performance two years ago – credited to the ‘K Fellowship’ presumably as a nod to the numerous musicians, choreographers, set designers and more who worked on the project. It’s an album that has thankfully not been endlessly ‘tinkered’ with in post production and is available in a range of different formats – most attractively a deluxe 3CD set and 4LP vinyl package – NICE!
If you can’t wait until then why not have a look at the incredible range of Kate Bush vinyl, CDs and memorabilia in stock at eil.com – here’s a few rarities, to see them all click here
Harking back to the year we started doing this ‘collectable’ thing (30 years ago this year!) we have a couple of interesting original studio acetates landing on our desk from Frankie Goes To Hollywood:- Rage Hard – Very rare 1986 UK double-sided 12″ metal based high-grade methyl cellulose lacquer […]
Sellers hope the new owners will preserve ‘the Bruce factor’ in the two-bedroom house in Long Branch, New Jersey It’s not exactly a mansion of glory, but at least the traffic outside doesn’t look bad – there appear to be no signs of the highway being jammed with broken heroes […]
Surely nobody can sit through a four-day, 24-hour psychedelic jam session? Then again, there are worse things out there to listen to. Here are other trainspotter-ish recordings to test your musical mettle Well at least it answers the question: “Just what on earth am I going to buy Auntie Edna […]