Durutti Column

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Durutti Column - Return Of The Durutti Column Return Of The Durutti Column
Pop New - LP FACT 14 Factory
Sealed UK Original With Sandpaper Cover. Old Tower Records $8.99 Price Tag Over Shrink Wrap. Superb Post-Punk Classic!... more details
 
Durutti Column - Enigma / Danny Enigma / Danny
Pop New - 7 SS 45005 Sordide Sentimental
Mega Rare 1981 French, Limited, Numbered 7 Inch 45 Housed In A Plastic Bag With Embossed Danny Dupic Card, Embossed Gatefold Artwork Card Plus Two Additional Inserts. This is Number 001699 Of 2730.... more details
 
Durutti Column - Live At The Venue London Live At The Venue London
Pop Used - LP VINI 1 Vu
Rare 1983 Limited Edition Live Album. Only 4000 Copies Pressed.... more details
 
Durutti Column - LC LC
Pop Used - LP FACT 44 Factory
1981 UK Textured Cover Original With Textured Inner Sleeve. Sticker Residue On Back Cover, Hence Price. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “After Some Abortive Collaborations, Reilly Hooked Up With A Regular Drummer, Talented Fellow Mancunian Bruce Mitchell, To Create LC, Durutti's Second Full Release. Self-Produced By Reilly But Bearing The Unmistakable Hints Of His Earlier Work With Martin Hannett, LC, Named After A Bit Of Italian Graffiti, Extends Reilly's Lovely Talents Ever Further, Resulting In A New Set Of Evocative, Carefully Played And Performed Excursions On Electric Guitar. Mitchell's Crisp But Never Overly Dominant Drumming Actually Starts The Record Off Via "Sketch For Dawn I," Added To By A Simply Captivating Low Series Of Notes From Reilly That Builds Into A Softly Triumphant Melodic Surge, Repeating A Core Motif Again And Again. His Piano Playing Adds A Perfect Counterpart, While The Final Touch Are His Vocals -- Low Speak-Singing That Sounds Utterly Appropriate In Context, Mixed Low And Capturing The Emotional Flavor At Play Via Delivery Rather Than Lyrical Content. As Great As Return Is, This Is Perhaps Even Better, Signaling A Full Flowering Of Reilly's Talents Throughout The Album. Mitchell Proves Him Time And Again To Be In Perfect Sync With Reilly, Adding Gentle Brio And Understated Variation To The Latter's Compositions. Nowhere Is This More Apparent Than On "The Missing Boy," The Album's Unquestioned Highlight. Written In Memory Of Ian Curtis Of Joy Division, On It Mitchell Adds Quick, Sudden Hits Contrasting Against The Low, Tense Atmosphere Of The Song, While Fragile Piano Notes And Reilly's Own Regret-Tinged, Yearning Vocals Complete The Picture. For All The Implicit Melancholy In Durutti's Work, There's A Surprising Amount Of Life And Energy.” Ned Raggett, AMG.... more details
 

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