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Originally released as a massive box set last November, Pink Floyd’s The Early Years 1965-1972 is being split into six individual book-bound volumes of the band’s seminal music and released tomorrow, March 24th. Ahead of tomorrow's release, we are so excited at Nova to be able to share with you a video exclusive of 'Wot’s… Uh The Deal’ from photographs taken by Jean-Denis Mahn, during the recording of the Obscured By Clouds album at Strawberry Studios, Chateau D’Herouville, France, between 23 and 29 February 1972.
The countdown is on for the 10th annual World Record Store Day which is taking place next month and again it promises another treasure trove of exclusive and limited releases. Over 500 releases have been announced to be made exclusively available through independent record shops on Saturday 22 April – on vinyl, picture disc, cassette and much more. David Bowie, Prince, The Cure and The Smiths are some of the artists with special releases set to drop for Record Store Day’s 10th anniversary.
U2 took to Facebook last night for a live Q & A with fans to celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Joshua Tree. Fans had the unique opportunity of asking Adam, Bono, Edge and Larry anything about the eleven songs on the band’s fifth studio album and the subsequent tour which saw them playing stadiums for the very first time. It’s no surprise that the topic of ticket touting arose. Fans were left distraught after tickets for the band’s gig in Croke Park this summer were on sale on ticket reselling sites for up to €1000 each, just minutes after they sold out on ticketmaster.
On this day in 1974 Elbow front man Guy Garvey was born in Bury Lancashire England. The birthday boy is one of seven siblings, and his younger brother is actor Marcus Garvey. In the early 90s, while at sixth-form college in Bury, Garvey formed Elbow with Mark and Craig Potter, Pete Turner, and Richard Jupp. However they only took on the name Elbow in 1997; having originally been known as Mr Soft.
On this day, in 1963, The Rolling Stones played their first residency in The Crawdaddy Club. The Crawdaddy Club was a meeting of blues aficionados, it wasn’t just a pub in the Station Hotel, it was the discovery ground for new bands in London in the sixties.
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