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Fabio Frizzi Interview: Exploring 'Frizzi Beyond Fulci - Volume 1'

Fabio Frizzi Interview: Exploring 'Frizzi Beyond Fulci - Volume 1'

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Ship to Shore PhonoCo. and Cadabra Records are very proud to announce the release of Frizzi Beyond Fulci - Volume 1, a compilation of selected works by the Italian maestro Fabio Frizzi! In this exclusive interview, Fabio details the history behind each of the rarities contained on this must-have compilation.
Vinyl-a-Day 53: The Rose Garden - “The Rose Garden” (Atco, 1968)

Vinyl-a-Day 53: The Rose Garden - “The Rose Garden” (Atco, 1968)

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Wonderful folk-psych album featuring the now-overlooked number 17 hit “Next Plane to London.” 
Vinyl-a-Day 52: The Supremes - “Where Did Our Love Go” (Motown, 1964)

Vinyl-a-Day 52: The Supremes - “Where Did Our Love Go” (Motown, 1964)

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The second album from The Supremes where they arrived as a viable commercial act, ushering in the “Motown Sound.

Have We Actually Learnt Anything From The Covid Pandemic? Love In The Time Of Corona Vol. 4: Death Rides Forth

Have We Actually Learnt Anything From The Covid Pandemic? Love In The Time Of Corona Vol. 4: Death Rides Forth

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Is the human race buggered? Have we actually learnt anything from the last year? What's a good digital mixtape to listen to while in a dark, pessimistic mood? Our very own apocalypse-dreaming reporter Mark Anthony Finch ponders this in our latest blog!
Vinyl-a-Day 51: John Harrison - “Day of the Dead: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Saturn Records, 1985)

Vinyl-a-Day 51: John Harrison - “Day of the Dead: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Saturn Records, 1985)

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Though not as revered as Goblin’s “Dawn of the Dead” soundtrack, it should be; fear-inducing brooding synth with Caribbean undertones - what’s not to love?
Vinyl-a-Day 50: *GUEST ENTRY* The Move - “Message From the Country” (Harvest, 1971)

Vinyl-a-Day 50: *GUEST ENTRY* The Move - “Message From the Country” (Harvest, 1971)

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Prior to this string of notable charting projects, Jeff Lynne was a late hired member of Roy Wood's UK Psychedelic group "The Move." Today's guest spot Vinyl of the Day is 1971's "Message From the Country," the final LP from the group.

Vinyl-a-Day 49: The Spiral Starecase - “More Today Than Yesterday” (Columbia, 1969)

Vinyl-a-Day 49: The Spiral Starecase - “More Today Than Yesterday” (Columbia, 1969)

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Sticking with yesterday’s theme of one-album wonders, this group’s only full-length album features their top-20 hit “More Today Than Yesterday.” 
Vinyl-a-Day 48: The Blades of Grass - “The Blades of Grass Are Not for Smoking” (Jubilee, 1967)

Vinyl-a-Day 48: The Blades of Grass - “The Blades of Grass Are Not for Smoking” (Jubilee, 1967)

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Underrated slice of sunshine pop with bright, vocal harmonies and baroque embellishment in their arrangements.
New Vinyl-scented Car Fresheners Take The World By Storm!

New Vinyl-scented Car Fresheners Take The World By Storm!

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A new car air freshener inspired by vinyl is making heads turn all around the globe, but what makes it more special than a small dangly pine-scented cardboard tree? Our reporter Mark Anthony Finch found out all the details, typed them on his computer screen and then uploaded them here, in our latest blog!

Vinyl-a-Day 47: The Dave Clark Five - “Glad All Over” (Epic, 1964)

Vinyl-a-Day 47: The Dave Clark Five - “Glad All Over” (Epic, 1964)

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This album is a clear example of why the British groups quickly eclipsed the pretty boy rockers who emerged in the US when the Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll began to peter out.
Vinyl-a-Day 46: Spanky & Our Gang - Featuring: Sunday Will Never Be the Same (Mercury, 1967)

Vinyl-a-Day 46: Spanky & Our Gang - Featuring: Sunday Will Never Be the Same (Mercury, 1967)

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While there are songs that I love from “Like To Get To Know You,” “Without Rhyme or Reason,” and even the 70s reunion album “Changes,” the group’s debut for me will always rein supreme.
Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross To Compose Every Film Soundtrack For The Next 20 Years

Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross To Compose Every Film Soundtrack For The Next 20 Years

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It's true: Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross are to produce every movie soundtrack until the year 2041, and our Hollywood reporter Mark Anthony Finch - after snuffling his way through many a L.A. garbage can - has all the details in our latest blog. BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE: a digital mixtape of movie soundtracks you can listen to for free on our Mixcloud channel: WSTS Picaroon Platters Goes To The Movies Part II! Who doesn't love a sequel?