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DON’T JUDGE A RECORD BY ITS COVER #20 – FOULE & THE GANG

MAUS radio - Don't judge a record by its cover 4 January 2019

DON’T JUDGE A RECORD BY ITS COVER #20 – FOULE & THE GANG

 

Tracklist :

The Tarantulas – Tarabtula

Cannibale – Ghost

Orchestre Abass – Honam

Spontaneous Overthrow – Take Out the Time

Arctic Monkeys – Star Treatment

Baked Beans – Plans

Bad news – Rollies

Sojourner Truth  – Summertime

The Downbeats – Why do you Love Another

Willie Griffin – I love you

Blood Orange – Orlando

Charles Bradley – I feel a change

ESG – Be good to me

Black Cat – lovin’you

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« Group Show is a project and installation that shows an extensive collection of ‘vernacular’ vinyl records with large groups of people on the cover. The awkward impossibility of photographing these choirs, regional ensembles and folklore bands and the typology of photographs that has comes out of it, is a longtime fascination for Erik Kessels. It even made him create a multi-media project out of this. The enormous volume and collection of records resulted in an eclectic soundtrack, and an impressive installation that is a combination of the two. The work is a representation of the renaissance of imagery we live in nowadays and the clutter of impulses and information that flood us on a daily basis. It’s also a celebration of like-minded beings that have found each other in their shared musical passion. 

Group Show is first shown in Saint-Claire church in Vevey, Switzerland in September 2018. »

Source : kesselskramerpublishing.com



https://vimeo.com/295534321

Orchestre Abass – De Bassari Togo

Cannibale – Not Easy To Cook  ●   Artwork :  Nicolas Camus

 

Spontaneous Overthrow ‎● All About Money

 

Baked Beans ‎– Babble
© Artwork:  Ben Jones 

 

 

Those Shocking Shaking Days (Indonesian Hard, Psychedelic, Progressive Rock And Funk: 1970 – 1978)

 

Blood Orange – Negro Swan

 

ESG ‎– Step Off

Black Cat – Lovin’ You

Don’t judge a record by its cover

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