Various Artists

“Sky Girl (deluxe 2 Lp + Mp3)”

ES002 scanZoom inLabelEfficient Space
Cat. No.ES002
FormatEXCLXLPD
Orders fromFri, 08 Jul 2016
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Special remarks : 2LP, full colour with digital download card Vital Sales Points: - Released by popular NTS show Noise In My Head - Liner notes from Ivan Smagghe and artwork from Misha Hollenbach (Perks and Mini) - Features many rarities reissued for the first time ever (Karen Marks’ most wanted Australian cold wave single last sold for 290€ while Once traded for 170€) - All tracks officially licensed, sourcing original masters when available - Includes digital download Tracklist A1. Linda Smith - I So Liked Spring , A2. Karen Marks - Cold Café , A3. Bruce Langhorne - Leaving Del Norte , A4. The Seraphims - Conciousness of Happening B1. Garry Davenport - Sarra , B2. Some of My Best Friends Are Canadians - Feeling Sheepish , B3. The Rising Storm - Frozen Laughter C1. Warfield Spillers - Daddy’s Little Girl , C2. Joyce Heath - I Wouldn’t Dream Of It , C3. Joe Tossini and Friends - Wild Dream , C4. Scott Seskind - I Remember D1. Angel - Driving (Down) , D2. Nini Raviolette and Hugo Weris - Slow , D3. Nora Guthrie - Home Before Dark , D4. Once - Joanna Short info: Sky Girl is a mysteriously unshakeable companion, a deeply melancholic and sentimental journey through folk-pop, new wave and art music micro presses that span 1961-1991. A seemingly disparate suite of selections of forgotten fables by more or less neverknowns, Sky Girl forms a beautifully coherent and utterly sublime whole deftly compiled by French collectors DJ Sundae and Julien Dechery. From Scott Seskind’s adolescent musical road movie to Karen Marks’ icy Oz-wave, the charming DIY storytelling of Italian-American go-getter Joe Tossini and the ethereal slow dance themes of Parisian artists Nini Raviolette and Hugo Weris, Sky Girl resonates on a wide spectrum historically, geographically and stylistically. It unites in a singular, longing, almost intangible ambience. If the names sound wholly unfamiliar that doesn’t matter, the nature of the compositions swiftly nurtures an intim

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