The Durutti Column ‎– LC

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Factory ‎– FACT 44
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Tracklist

A1 Sketch For Dawn (1) 5:19
A2 Portrait For Frazier 3:33
A3 Jacqueline 2:19
A4 Messidor 2:33
A5 Sketch For Dawn (2) 4:35
B1 Never Known 6:46
B2 The Act Committed 5:04
B3 Detail For Paul 2:01
B4 The Missing Boy 6:38
B5 The Sweet Cheat Gone 2:49

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Notes

Recorded at home on a TEAC 4-track tape deck, produced at Graveyard Studio, Prestwich, Lancashire.
Published by the Movement of 24th January.
A Factory Record from F.C.L.
Printed by G&L

Initial copies came with a heavy cardboard inner sleeve with paintings.

"The Durrutti Column" misspelled on spine.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): FACT 44 A1 EG · STRAWBERRY ·
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): FACT 44 B1 EG · STRAWBERRY ·

Other Versions (5 of 22) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FACT 44 The Durutti Column LC(LP, Album) Factory FACT 44 Brazil 1987 Sell This Version
VFACT 111-18 The Durutti Column LC(LP, Album, M/Print) Factory VFACT 111-18 Portugal 1982 Sell This Version
FACT 44 The Durutti Column LC(LP, Album, RE) Base Record, Factory FACT 44 Italy Unknown Sell This Version
FBN 10 CD The Durutti Column LC(2xCD, Album, RM) Factory Benelux FBN 10 CD UK & Europe 2013 Sell This Version
VFACT 111-18 The Durutti Column LC(LP, Album) Factory VFACT 111-18 Portugal 1982 Sell This Version

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sklerici

sklerici

March 26, 2016
LC (Lotta Continua) was not an anarchist slogan but an italian extra parliament comunist movement very popular amongst young people during the 70's.
Iprocetyl_Girl

Iprocetyl_Girl

April 22, 2013
I agree with mundayschild, this is a wonderful album which certainly rivals "The Return Of..." in terms of ethereal beauty and serenity. Seems to be a kind of "missing link" album in my mind between lots of different styles - the presence of vocals and the somewhat lo-fi production values give it a shoegaze/dreampop feel, while it is still certainly in the realm of Vini's trademark post-punk-jazzguitar-indie rock sound. Very good.
mundayschild

mundayschild

February 19, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
It's a matter of opinion but some people really do have cloth ears. This LP contains the wonderfully melancholic 'Never Known' with it's gentle guitar picking and drum machine phasing. A timeless piece of music. Overall this is a pleasant and gentle LP.
joy_shapes

joy_shapes

May 3, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

Despite the courtesy of adding meat to the proverbial bones of Vini Reilly’s skeletal guitar sketches and inaudible befuddling attempt at vocals. This second release is still an entirely vacuous experience through the non-Hannettised chorused piano tinkles and ineffective drums and still sounding as brittle as he would be in a fight. D