Pete Murray, White Lion, Livin' Blues, Jazz Behind the Dikes and Enola Holmes
Are you looking forward to Record Store Day? We certainly are! But we have a great little appetiser for you first, in the shape of five new vinyl releases.
We're releasing See The Sun by Pete Murray on vinyl for the first time. It is released as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on sun coloured vinyl. The package comes with an insert and the run-out groove of the record contains secret inscriptions.
If you're into politically charged glam metal, Big Game by American/Danish band White Lion should be your record of choice this week. This limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on white coloured vinyl includes an insert.
This week sees the release of two albums hailing from the Netherlands. Bamboozle by Dutch blues rock group Livin' Blues is now released as a limited edition of 750 individually numbered copies on white vinyl. And then we have Jazz Behind the Dikes Vol 3, the third and final instalment in the Jazz Behind The Dikes series, which highlights some of the greatest Dutch jazzmen under ideal conditions. This amazing compilation is released as a limited edition of 500 individually numbered copies on blue vinyl.
Finally, we're adding one new title to our At The Movies catalogue. It's the soundtrack to the 2020 Netflix film Enola Holmes! The score, created by Daniel Pemberton, is released as a limited edition of 500 individually numbered copies on solid turquoise vinyl. The package includes an insert with pictures and liner notes by director Harry Bradbeer.
Jazz Behind the Dikes Vol 3 is the third and final installment in the Jazz Behind The Dikes series, which highlights some of the greatest Dutch jazzmen under ideal conditions: in their own combo's and playing the music of their own choice in complete freedom.
American/Danish glam metal band White Lion released their third studio album Big Game in 1989 through Atlantic records. The album was recorded while the band were still thriving on the success of its predecessor Pride. The result is an eclectic album that addresses political and social issues, something that was rare among other bands in this genre. The album contains the single “Little Fighter”, which is about the famous Greenpeace boat The Rainbow Warrior.
Enola Holmes was released on September 23, 2020. The film received positive reviews from critics, who praised Brown's performance. Daniel Pemberton composed the film's score. Pemberton described it as “unashamedly melodic and emotional orchestral music” with some “messy quirky oddness thrown in as well”.
See the Sun, the third studio album by Australian singer-songwriter Pete Murray, was released in 2005, charting in Australia, New Zealand and the Netherlands. The album spawned three singles: “Better Days”, “Opportunity” and “George's Helper”.
Bamboozle is the third album by Dutch blues rock group Livin' Blues. Bamboozle was produced by Jaap Eggermont, who was the drummer for fellow The Hague band Golden Earring. The album contains the band's biggest hit: “L.B. Boogie”.