Various ‎– 16 Dance Party Smash Hits!

Label:
Recommended Records ‎– RE 7AN
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16 × Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
Box Set, Compilation
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RR^1.5
Red Faust Extract 1
Producer – Uwe NettelbeckWritten-By – Faust
9:44
Green Faust Extract 4
Producer – Uwe NettelbeckWritten-By – Faust
4:15
RR^6.5
1 Faust Extract 2
Producer – Uwe NettelbeckWritten-By – Faust
7:05
2 Faust Extraxt 3
Producer – Uwe NettelbeckWritten-By – Faust
4:47
RR^5.75
A Peter Blegvad Alcohol
Performer – Anthony MooreWritten-By, Performer, Artwork By – Peter Blegvad
RR^10.5
A Univers Zero Triomphe Des Mouches
Electric Bass, Voice, Clarinet – Guy SegersHarmonium, Piano, Voice, Organ – Andy Kirk (2)Mixed By – The Zero's*Percussion, Harmonium, Voice, Violin – Daniel DenisRecorded By, Mixed By – Eric FaesWritten-By – A. Kirk*, D. Denis*
5:34
RR^14.15
A Art Zoyd Manège
Written-By – Cardon*, Hourbette*, Fernandez*
12:54
RR^16.5
6 Petites Chansons
Ai Joseph Racaille Nous Sommes Des Animaux
Accordion – Norbert AboudarhamBaritone Saxophone – Christoph Baillot*Double Bass – Genevieve Cabannes*, Pierre JacquetViolin – Bruno GirardVocals – Joseph RacailleWritten-By – Joseph R.*
Aii Joseph Racaille Bientôt, Une Fin
Accordion – Norbert AboudarhamBaritone Saxophone, Flute – Christoph Baillot*Double Bass – Genevieve Cabannes*, Pierre JacquetViolin – Bruno GirardVocals, Piano – Joseph RacailleWritten-By – Joseph R.*
Aiii Joseph Racaille Annie La Telie
Bouzouki – Norbert*Cello – Helene Bass*Choir – Guiseppe Racaglie*Clarinet – Nano PeyletDouble Bass – Pierre JacquetSaxophone – Christoph Baillot*Trumpet – Guy LorcaVocals, Piano, Melodica – Joseph RacailleWritten-By – Joseph R.*
Bi Joseph Racaille Solo Un Dia
Accordion – Norbert AboudarhamCello – Helene Bass*Choir – Guiseppe Racaglie*Clarinet – Nano PeyletDouble Bass – Pierre JacquetElectric Guitar – Fred De FredMarimba – Jacques MaruggSaxophone – Christoph Baillot*Vocals, Piano, Guitar – Joseph RacailleWritten-By – Joseph R.*
Bii Joseph Racaille Une Jolie Paire
Cello – Helene Bass*Choir – Guiseppe Racaglie*Clarinet – Nano PeyletDouble Bass – Pierre JacquetSaxophone – Christoph Baillot*Vocals, Piano, Melodica – Joseph RacailleWritten-By – Joseph R.*
Biii Joseph Racaille A Personne En Particulier
Cello – Helene Bass*Double Bass – Pierre JacquetVocals – Joseph RacailleWritten-By – Joseph R.*
Ré h
A Art Bears Man & Boy
RR^8.9
The Recommended Records Sampler Ep
1.1 Peter Blegvad Frenzy
1.2 Ici La Bas Total Drop
1.3 Faust Extract VII
1.4 R. Stevie Moore What Are You Looking At?
1.5 R. Stevie Moore Flowers Sleep Into The Night
RR7904
A Art Bears Rats & Monkeys
Written-By – Cutler*, Frith*
3:13
B Art Bears Collapse
Written-By – Cutler*, Frith*
4:55
Ré 1851
Pictures From The Great Exhibition
A1 Lindsay Cooper Fingers Weary & Worn
Written By – Tulley
A2 Lindsay Cooper Canal Towpath
Written-By – Cooper*
A3 Lindsay Cooper Regent Street
Written By – Hérold
A4 Lindsay Cooper Musical Box
Written By – Tulley
A5 Lindsay Cooper Women's Wrongs
Written-By – Cooper*
A6 Lindsay Cooper Cholera Morbus
Written-By – Minton*
A7 Lindsay Cooper The Housewife's Nightmare
Written By – HéroldWritten-By – Cooper*
A8 Lindsay Cooper Spitalfields
Written By – Tulley
Ré #
A News From Babel Contraries
Bassoon, Piano, Horns, Marimba – Lindsay CooperHarp, Accordion, Music By – Zeena ParkinsMarimba, Lyrics By – Chris CutlerVocals – Dagmar Krause
Ré duo
A Chris Cutler & Fred Frith Limoges I
B Chris Cutler & Fred Frith Limoges II
Ré dt7
A David Thomas (2) Didn't Have A Very Good Time
Performer – Alan Ravenstein*, Chris Cutler, David Thomas (2)
Ré 21
A Cassiber Time Running Out
Drums – Chris CutlerKeyboards – Heiner GoebbelsTenor Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Alfred HarthVocals, Guitar – Christoph AndersWritten-By – Cassiber
Ré X84
A Mnemonists Nailed
Composed By, Producer – Mark Derbyshire
4:10
B Mnemonists Tic
Composed By, Producer – Mark Derbyshire
4:00
RR^7.5
A Vogel* Arschloch
Written-By – Vogel*
B Vogel* Featuring Ivor Cutler Guten Morgen
Written-By – Vogel*

Credits

  • Artwork [Back Cover]Rembrandt (tracks: RR^1.5, RR^6.5), Tom Katsimpalis (tracks: Ré X84)
  • Artwork [Cover & Disc]X& (tracks: RR^14.15)
  • Artwork [Cover Drawing]Peter Blegvad (tracks: RR^5.75)
  • Artwork [Cover]Graham Keatley (tracks: Ré h), No Sun (tracks: RR^7.5)
  • Artwork [Front Cover]Joy Froding (tracks: Ré X84)
  • Bassoon, SaxophoneLindsay Cooper (tracks: Ré 1851)
  • Cello, Bass GuitarGeorgie Born (tracks: Ré 1851)
  • DesignBill Gilonis (tracks: Ré 21), Chris Cutler (tracks: RR^1.5, RR^6.5, RR^16.5)
  • Design [Cover Design]EMT (3) (tracks: RR^10.5, RR^16.5, Ré #)
  • Photography – J.P. Duplan (tracks: Ré duo)
  • Trumpet, VocalsPhil Minton (tracks: Ré 1851)

Notes

''Ré & Recommended 7th Anniversary Commemorative Issue''
This consists of 16 7'' discs in a thin paper box. Additional items are: a booklet with info, an art insert with silver glitter over a black & white background and a screen print on white cloth.

RR^1.5
on clear vinyl, Red Side plays at 33 1/3 RPM. Originally issued with the subscription edition of ''Faust'' & ''Faust So Far'' in Feb, 1980.
RR^1.5 and RR^6.5
recorded at Wümme in 1972
RR^1.5 and RR^6.5
coupled in a booklet fold-out cover.
RR^6.5
originally given with the subscription edition of ''The Faust Tapes'' in July, 1981.
RR^5.75
in a picture sleeve with separate info card, originally recorded as a demo for ''Desparate Straights''.
RR^10.5
is a one-sided disc with silver silk screened flies on the back in a fold-out picture sleeve. It was especially made for the subscription edition of ''Ceux De Dehors'' in 1981.
RR^14.15
is a one side disc in a fold-out picture sleeve. Plays at 33 1/3 RPM. Recorded live on 19.02.76 in Toulouse. Originally given with ''Phase IV''.
RR^16.5
is a clear vinyl disc in a fold-out picture sleeve. Plays at 33 1/3 RPM. Originally given with ''Les Flots Blues'' (RR^16). It seems likely that ''Fred The Fred'' is actually Fred Frith.
Ré h
is a one-sided clear vinyl disc in a fold-out picture sleeve. The B-side is adorned with silver art-work. It is recorded live in Cantu, Italy. Originally given with the subscription edition of ''The World As It Is Today'' in 1980.
RR^8.9
is a one-sided disc, playing at 33 1/3 RPM. The backside is screened with luminous powder that glows in the dark after absorbing enough light beforehand.
RR7904
comes in a picture sleeve and bears the additional logo of Ralph Records, who released this in 1979 to coincide with the US release of ''Winter Songs''.
Ré 1851
is a one-sided disc in a fold-out picture sleeve. The backside is silk screened. Originally given with the subscription edition of ''Rags''.
Ré #
is a one-sided disc with additional lyrics card. The backside is silk screened. Originally issued free with the subscription edition of ''Work Resumed On The Tower'', July 1984.
Ré duo
comes in a fold-out picture sleeve. It was recorded live in Limoges (F) on Dec 13, 1979. Originally issued free with the subscription edition of ''Live In Prague & Washington''.
Ré dt7
is a one-sided disc wih a yellow paper inlay. The backside is silk screened in pink. Not available elesewhere.
Ré 21
is a one-sided disc with inlay card. It is recorded live at Trion in Frankfurt am Main in April 1984. Originally given with ''The Beauty & The Beast'' in 1984.
Ré X84
comes in a fold-out picture sleeve. Originally included in the Ré November Xmas Magazine in 1984.
RR^7.5
comes in a fold-out picture sleeve.

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