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With Two Sink Ya Teeth want to beckon in another Summer of Love, Where their self-titled debut album, released in June 2018, channelled the carefree vibes of New York's Paradise Garage circa 1983, the follow-up continues in this vein but delves deeper into their world.
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Garrie, Nick
The Nightmare Of J.b. Stanislas

28 Jun 19

Limited edition of 1000 CDs.
Occasionally, a work of art falls into your hands with such a bizarre backstory, you just have to run with it. The implausible origins of Nick Garrie's folk-pop album "The Nightmare of J.B. Stanislas" require just such a leap of faith. The Englishman recorded his masterpiece in France at the tender age of nineteen. The year was 1968 and Garrie felt ill at ease with the lavish arrangements accompanying his songs (beautiful as they may sound to our ears today). Worse still, the label owner committed suicide and the record virtually disappeared without trace - until it resurfaced in 2005. This release from Tapete now includes numerous bonus tracks, rare photograph and extensive liner notes.
Tracklist>> 1. The Nightmare of J.B. Stanislas 2. Can I Stay With You 3. Bungles Tours 4. David's Prayer 5. Ink Pot Eyes 6. The Wanderer 7. Stephanie City 8. Little Bird 9. Deeper Tones of Blue 10. Queen of Queens 11. Wheel of Fortune 12. Evening Bonus>> 13. Queen of Spades (Single A-side) 14. Wheel of Fortune (Single B-side) 15. Nightmare of JB Stanislas (Demo) 16. Bungles Tours (Demo) 17. Little Bird (Demo) 18. Deeper Tones of Blue (Demo) 19. Evening (Demo) 20. Cambridge Town (Demo) 21. Stone and Silk (Demo 1968)
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