Indigo Eyes - Peter Murphy - Love Hysteria (Vinyl, LP, Album) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac
Norm ApterOct 4, Carlox and BlueSpeedway like this. I like Indigo Eyes a lot too, his voice is very natural and beautiful on that song and the lyrics are beautiful too.
My Last Two Weeks is my other favourite on that album. In his solo work I much prefer his "natural", undramatic singing like on those. Location: Mill Valley, CA. Jason WOct 4, Location: Portugal. Saw Pete Murphy alive and lost Bauhaus in 99 due to health issues Around here is a cult band with a legion of fans. ArisOct 4, Jason WOct 5, Location: South Yorkshire, England. Jason W likes this. Peter Murphy's gig I attended was Indigo Eyes - Peter Murphy - Love Hysteria (Vinyl loud.
Bauhaus have that theatrical stuff, stay close to the stage was a good idea. ArisOct 5, ArisOct 6, Another one BlueSpeedwayOct 7, SinnerSaint likes this. Jason WOct 15, BlueSpeedwayNov 26, The sound of the tape getting its speed together after the pause button's been released while starting up whatever tape source they used is there at the start of what was Side 2 on the LP The Three Shadows Part 1so another cockup!
But the source used is clearly good for The Sky's Gone Out. It's a shame Indigo Eyes - Peter Murphy - Love Hysteria (Vinyl a bit too loud, but unless you really must have quieter CDs, the sonic detail here is very, very good indeed.
And zero use of noise reduction by the sound of it, thank goodness. On to Burning From the Inside now. No tape glitches on Burning From the Inside. It's probably the best-ever sounding version of this album, fantastic detail.
King Volcano sounds fabulous on my headphones, and I've heard that song many hundreds of times. These are some of the bigger ones that stand out to me immediately:. IE: Shifting to the forthcoming LP set, who approached who on beginning the project? Likely, they would have approached Peter, although I suspect I was brought on board prior to that contact to throw a few ideas around first — that is usually just how it works.
AJB: I guess other projects that were more pressing at the time took precedence over this. For example, Beggars Banquet were working Lush heavily into their reissue campaign during That one was definitely to blame! Once those other projects had come to fruition, it just sort of came back to life, I guess.
Although, I do seem to recall prompting them from time to time! IE: This is perhaps a question with an obvious answer, but why does this only cover the Beggars Banquet albums? Before Beggars Banquet could materialize the set, however, Cherry Red Records began reissuing some of the Beggars Banquet artists with Peter being among those his first two albums were licensed to Cherry Red to do what they were doing.
Certainly not by Beggars Banquet, for the reasons mentioned earlier. AJB: Listening through endless LP running orders for the extra tracks on each disc. You think you have it nailed and then something else turns up! Knowing the demos and outtakes that were released on those, how did that guide you in selecting tracks for this LP set related to those albums?
I altered them to this, but the green light had seemingly already been given! I was given the finished piece to proof read and edit though, thankfully. But, it must be said here that this set will undoubtedly not please everybody. The truth is, much like Bauhaus, Peter never over recorded and when people assume a song to exist simply based on a sporadic live performance, for example, the truth is often quite different.
IE: When you say that Peter never over recorded and that people often assume a song to exist because it was performed a handful of times, were there any tracks you had in mind specifically? Peter has played a healthy dose of covers during his live shows over the years and with that in mind, there are many who, understandably, would believe that if he had played it live a number of times, then a studio version must exist somewhere…. That lost track finally makes its debut in this box set, but what took so long for it to see the light of day?
The track itself was performed sporadically in and had been demoed a couple times in the studio, but was not publicly released until this box set]. IE: Were there any tracks originally included but then cut from the final release? If so, what were those tracks and why were they cut?
AJB: Yes, there were a couple actually. AJB: They will exist, maybe, but probably not in the hands of the rightful owners. Some of the previously unpublished material on the new box are also from my own archive. I still have it, but not sure Beggars Banquet does or ever did, actually. This is from aroundI suspect. IE: Considering the Lush project you mentioned earlier was released on both CD and vinyl, and that vinyl is enjoying a healthy resurgence, why is the box set being released only on CD?
There are many vinyl companies now licensing product, so one day maybe our dream will come true. In-between all this and a full time real jobLP, I have put some time into recording a couple songs with my daughter who goes by Char Elizabeth.
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