Showing posts with label mirrors. Show all posts
Showing posts with label mirrors. Show all posts

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Mirrors- Something that Would Never Do (1974-75 *Violet Times LP)


"Finally! The classic Cleveland, OH sounds from the 70's all on one handy full length- 15 trax, including both sides of the Hearthan 7" single, all but one of the "Those Were Different Times" Scat 10" cuts, and others from "Hands In My Pockets" cd on Overground. It's solid, some might say a "best of" even. All trax recorded '74 and '75. Officially licensed from the band and remastered for the ear by John Golden, includes those cool old school, tip-on jacket covers that most of the record nerds i know love, but don't seem to know what they are. 800 copies, worldwide."

You can still purchase one of the last remaining LPs straight from Violet Times.

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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Mirrors- Shirley / She Smiled Wild (1975)

"Essential Cleveland, Ohio pre-punk / proto-punk sounds, trax recorded in 1975. Although these two trax were recorded in 1975, their release would have to wait until two years later when original Mirrors drummer, Michael Weldon facilitated their release on Hearthan in 1977, the label run by David Thomas of Pere Ubu." (Violet Times)

Studio A-side & Live B-side. Both are pretty off the hook. The live side (She Smiled Wild) has a sort of White Light/White Heat freakout appeal. 320 vinyl rip by yours truly.

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