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“Take Five”, recorded at Sachal Studios, Lahore, Pakistan.

Via Mid-Century Modern Freak.

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Daft Punk: Around the World

Whilst browsing through the archive of this blog I accidentally stumbled across the discovery that the Daft Punk GIF above juxtaposes rather well with Hot Chocolate’s classic 1978 performance of Every 1′s a Winner, below.

Similarly this goes remarkably well with this.

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The twins Alice and Ellen Kessler perform a Italian version of “Natural Man” during the fifth episode of Teatro 10 in 1972.

Now THAT’s entertainment…!  ;)

There’s more, after the break…

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Old Apparatus

Old Apparatus

Old Apparatus

Via Old Apparatus.

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Choir of Young Believers live performance of Hollow Talk, the beautiful theme tune to brilliant Scandanavian crime drama  The Bridge.

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Fluxion: Vibrant Forms

Fluxion: Vibrant Forms

Long live physical music delivered on beautifully packaged vinyl.

Vibrant Forms by Fluxion.

Via ISO50.

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Lou Reed: Transformer

Lou Reed: Transformer

Lou Reed: Transformer

Cover photo by Mick Rock for Lou Reed’s Transformer, 1972. Taken during a concert at Royal Festival Hall, London.

Via Design is Fine.

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Lou Reed R.I.P.

Lou Reed R.I.P.

Lou Reed R.I.P.

Lou Reed R.I.P.

“Good night ladies, ah, ladies good night.”

Lou Reed, 1942 – 2013.

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Origin of Silence

Origin of Silence

Four track LP by Compound Eye, a collaboration between Drew McDowall (ex-Coil and Psychic TV) and Tres Warren (Psychic Ills and Messages). First pressing in an edition of 250 on 200gm clear vinyl. Artwork by Ben Barretto.

Via The Wire Magazine.

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Record sleeve design for The Pretty Things, 1974.

Via Design is fine.

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