When Domino have finished their preparations it will be released together with the other 3 OJ albums and loads of rare stuff next year. They are truly preparing a lovely thing, I'm amazed at the effort they are putting into it.
I've got the CD of Texas Fever with a (wildly different) demo of OFTC that also came out on the b-side of Bridge. Would that suffice?
PS. Very excited about the re-issues as I've only got two of the four lps on CD. I was skint back then and had to choose. Very traumatic.
yesterday in i was in edinburgh, and in Avalanche records they had all 4 albums on vinyl!
i already have 2nd, 3rd and 4th on tape, so i wasn't amazed when i saw them, but then i seen the flying Dolphins on the cover of You cant hide your love forever, and my heart dropped!
i was so excited i barely made it to the cashdesk!
so yeah, i had only £10, would have loved to buy them all but i bought that and Rip It Up, been playing them all day long. You cant hide, is a truly amazing album, its such a soul filled album, my favourite track is probably Felicity, its just so optimistic....
its weird i have around 5 orange juice vinyls and none of which were bought in glasgow, i never see any for sale in their hometown, only in london and edinburgh. well infact i seen L.O.V.E. 12" the other day on byres road, but i already have it.......
My Bum Fuzz unit just arrived in California along with some plectrums with Edwin art. It took me along time to order this unit, but the twenty five year gestation period for it to be built surely eclipses my lack of urgency. Best regards all...
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