19 Nov 2012
The Durutti Column - LC [FBN 10 CD] 
Factory Benelux presents an expanded and remastered 2CD edition of LC, the 2nd studio album by The Durutti Column which was originally released by Factory Records in 1981.

After The Return of the Durutti Column recorded with legendary producer Martin Hannett, Vini Reilly purchased a TEAC four-track recorder from Bill Nelson and started to produce his own material. These evocative, highly atmospheric demos were perfected by Reilly at Graveyard Studios with co-producer Stuart Pickering, with additional drums and percussion from the Gonzo Drum Master Bruce Mitchell.

This widely expanded 2CD edition features the original ten tracks plus 23 bonus tracks, including rare Sordide Sentimental single Danny/Enigma, Deux Triangles 12", and 3 tracks which appeared on FACT 24 A Factory Quartet in 1980. Also included are some rare Crépuscule compilation album tracks, and demo versions of LC tracks, including a full length version of Detail for Paul.

The Durutti Column - LC [FBN 10 CD]

Tracklisting

Disc 1

1. Sketch for Dawn (1)
2. Portrait for Frazier
3. Jaqueline
4. Messidor
5. Sketch for Dawn (2)
6. Never Known
7. The Act Committed
8. Detail for Paul
9. The Missing Boy
10. The Sweet Cheat Gone
11. Danny
12. Enigma
13. For Mimi
14. For Belgian Friends
15. Self-Portrait
16. Favourite Painting
17. Zinni

Disc 2

1. Mavuchka
2. Experiment in Fifth
3. Portrait for Paul
4. The Act Committed
5. Portrait for Frazier
6. Never Known
7. Untitled LC Demo
8. For Patti
9. Weakness and Fever
10. The Eye and the Hand
11. Party
12. One Christmas for Your Thoughts
13. Hommage to Martinů
14. Sleep Will Come
15. Piece for an Ideal
16. Piece of Out of Tune Grand Piano

Artist: The Durutti Column
Title: LC
Label: Factory Benelux
Format: 2CD
Cat No: FBN 10 CD (33 tracks)
Release date: 11 February 2013

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this a Factory Benelux / LTM release similiar to the Short Stories For Pauline?

19/11/2012, 13:42

 
Anonymous cerysmatic said...

Yes

19/11/2012, 17:58

 

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