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Two Lone SwordsmenSwimming Not Skimming

Label:Emissions Audio Output – PT035
2 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
Style:IDM, Electro, Experimental, Deep House


A1Glide By Shooting
A2Chardonnay And Charas
B1Bim, Jack And Florence
B2Don't Call It Jerk
C1Flossie Wears Paco And Ralph
C2Rico's Helly (Musique Tropique Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production]Andy Carrick, Kevin McKay
DRico's Helly (Re-Tailored By Nourizadeh And Teasdale)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production]Anthony Teasdale, Omid Nourizadeh

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Published by M.C.A./Warner Chapell.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5019148210740
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): PT 035-A1 PR-m
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): PT 035-B1 PR-m
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, etched): PT 035-C1 PR-m
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, etched): PT 035-D1 PR-m

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Swimming Not Skimming (CD, )Emissions Audio Outputpt035cdUK1996
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Swimming Not Skimming (2×12", EP, Promo, White Label)Emissions Audio OutputPT035UK1996
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Swimming Not Skimming (CD, Album, Reissue, Limited Edition, Cardboard Mini-LP Sleeve)Spiral Records (3)XQAW-1003Japan2007


dog_green_sector's avatar
Willing to exchange this release for The Tenth Mission and The Third Mission 12”s.
Message me if interested. Uk only.
DissinCogs's avatar
Anyone else’s copy of this have B2 and C1 the other way round? It lists B2 as ‘Don’t call it jerk’ but mine definitely plays ‘Flossie Wears Paco and Ralph’
ringorider's avatar
It seems to be the case with a lot of Weatherall records. His death yeah, but I think it might be a bit deeper than that. Andrew was in and out of "fashion", he chugged along doing his thing. He went through phases of being "popular and cool" then would spend his quiet years making stuff. His own words, apologies for not having the specific interview. It's possible that the surge in demand for his records is down to the fact that people took him for granted when he was alive. He was a bit like Bowie in that sense. He was always there, woven into the fabric of electronic music. Quietly doing his own thing in his way, but with little fanfare. When he went it's possible people were reminded of how much he'd done and how much they ignored. I remember picking up so many of his records in second hand shops. I would almost buy anything Weatherall for years so I got so much for very little money. Yes, the gougers came out in force, but maybe it was a wakeup call for many who had stopped watching all the great stuff he was doing; and are now trying to catch up on that. Just a thought, I could be talking out of my hole. But it wouldn't seem too hard to believe. He was one of the true greats. It's a weird world without him in it.
danielspaeti's avatar
Poor guys who have to sell this at this ridiculous prices....
pkoziolek's avatar
Great guys. Just great. Put a price of 99$, last copy sold for less than 50$. His death has nothing to do with this, right?
BitzofMalo's avatar
Anyone willing to sell for a FAIR price HMU (Sold a month ago for £34 VG). Sharks trying to cash in on AW's legacy, go fuck yersens!
Mixman-LFC's avatar
Edited 2 years ago
Two Lone Swordsmen - Ricos Helly Retailored by Nourizadeh & Teasdale is a quality classic deep house track on this cool release by the late Andrew Weatherall RIP.