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Cat: DC 522. Rel: 22 Nov 12
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Into
  2. The Western
  3. Water Drum
  4. Downtown Suburbia
  5. Upside Down
  6. Wallpaper
  7. Purple Pussy
  8. It's Cosy Inside
  9. BB...!
  10. The Bird
  11. No Man's Land
  12. Marion
  13. Did You See
  14. Final Card
  15. No More Telly
  16. End Of The Attic
  17. Overheard
out of stock $20.39
Cat: ERC 014CD. Rel: 23 Mar 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Swingtime
  2. Pokhara
  3. CH Revisited
  4. A Wave
  5. The Cleaner
  6. Wah Bass
  7. The Attic
  8. Razorblades
  9. White & Whiter Still
  10. Wapping
  11. Life In The Shadows
  12. The English Style Of Rowing
  13. Whichever Way You Are Going, You Are Going Wrong
Review: The tireless Emotional Rescue dig once more into the well of cultish music from days gone by with a fully remastered reissue of Whichever Way You Are Going You Are Going Wrong, the debut album from brotherly duo Woo. Originally released back in 1982, this thirteen track set finds Mark and Clive Ives delivering a hugely ahead of their time exposition of hard to categorise electro acoustic folk. This hugely prolific pair was once described as "sounding like the music the Durutti Column would have made with Penguin Cafe Orchestra if produced by Brian Eno" and whoever came up with that obviously had Whichever Way You Are Going You Are Going Wrong in mind.
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out of stock $17.51
Cat: ERC 014. Rel: 26 Mar 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Swingtime
  2. Pokhara
  3. CH Revisited
  4. A Wave
  5. The Cleaner
  6. Wah Bass
  7. The Attic
  8. Razorblades
  9. White & Whiter Still
  10. Wapping
  11. Life In The Shadows
  12. The English Style Of Rowing
  13. Whichever Way You Are Going, You Are Going Wrong
Review: REPRESS ALERT: A seminal re-release: Whichever Way You Are Going You Are Going Wrong marks the start of a very deep, spiritual and hugely influential recording career for Mark and Clive Ives. Recorded in their own small Wimbledon terrace house in 1982 using nothing acoustic guitars, keyboards a small selection of wind instruments, it's a fusion of Balearic, psychedelic folk, proto electronic and ambient music that sits in such a unique world of its own, it still sounds fantastically fresh today. At points very lo-fi and fuzzy ("The Cleaner") at others very crisp, folky and pastoral ("CH Revisited"), imagine Robert Wyatt collaborating with Osunlade, or the Cinematic Orchestra hooking up with Brian Eno and you might get a slightly clearer picture. Only slightly though... These pictures aren't meant to be crystal. That's the beauty.
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out of stock $19.86
Awaawaa (CD)
Cat: PFCD 004. Rel: 15 Sep 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Odd Spiral
  2. Green Blob
  3. Mobile Phone
  4. The Goodies
  5. Homage To Matta
  6. Sympti
  7. Tick Tock
  8. Awaawaa
  9. Back On Track
  10. Ruby Past Lives
  11. Wobbly
  12. Robots Dancing
  13. Babalonia
  14. Sailing
  15. Fun, The Final Frontier
  16. Fanfare
  17. Loop (bonus track)
  18. Way Forward (bonus track)
  19. Walk A Bit, Talk A Bit (bonus track)
  20. Wild Garden (bonus track)
  21. All Is Well (bonus track)
  22. Homage To Joe 90 (bonus track)
Review: Awaawaa, a collection of previously unheard recordings from cult early '80s sibling combo Mark and Clive Ives, first dropped on vinyl earlier this year. Here, it appears on CD for the first time in expanded form. Famously, it was all recorded in the Ives' Wimbledon bedroom during their teenage years, and offers an impossible-to-pigeonhole romp through tracks that gleefully fuse fuzzy ambience, odd indie-rock, lo-fi jazz, atmospheric acoustic music and other decidedly out-there musical escapades. Much of the material is more thrillingly psychedelic and out-there than even their wildest early cassette releases, making it an adventurous hotchpotch of weird and wonderful interludes, doodles and straight-to-take experiments.
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out of stock $13.58
Cat: DC 584. Rel: 10 Mar 14
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. First Night Nerves
  2. Satya
  3. 1001 Decisions
  4. Life So Far
  5. Om Shanti
  6. Amala's Love
  7. Teddy Bears
  8. H20
  9. Free Will
  10. Distant Consequnces
  11. Acting Like A Lover
  12. Glip Glop
  13. The Garden Path
  14. Ruby
out of stock $17.25
Cat: DC 584CD. Rel: 10 Mar 14
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. First Night Nerves
  2. Satya
  3. 1001 Decisions
  4. Life So Far
  5. Om Shanti
  6. Amala's Love
  7. Teddy Bears
  8. H20
  9. Free Will
  10. Distant Consequnces
  11. Acting Like A Lover
  12. Glip Glop
  13. The Garden Path
  14. Ruby
out of stock $17.51
Cat: ERC 019CD. Rel: 22 Sep 14
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Hopi
  2. Taizee
  3. Make Me A Tea
  4. A Little A Long Way
  5. The Frog's Fandango
  6. When You Find Your Love
  7. A Complex Art
  8. Trish's Return
  9. Into The Heart Of Love
  10. Love On Other Planets
  11. Don't Delay
  12. Woo-Woo
  13. The Subtle Shadow
  14. Sarah
  15. Are You Falling?
  16. It's Love
  17. Mountains
  18. Gentle Actions
  19. The Return Journey
  20. The Heart Of Love/Lullaby
  21. The Heart Sleeps
  22. Spaces We Breathe
Review: Emotional Rescue and Woo once again come together, this time to reissue their masterpiece, the previously cassette-only album Into The Heart Of Love. A joyous, uplifting ode to love in all it's forms, the trials and tribulations and ultimately the triumphs are all encapsulted in Woo's unique soundscapes. Of all the myriad of released and unreleased Woo recordings, Into The Heart Of Love is without a doubt their most complete and cohesive body of work. Full of Woo's quirky analogue dub electronics, there is also a very English sense of folk. With more vocals then their other albums, the structure and softness of mood quintessentially comes from the Mother Isle. Mark's guitar craft is at its most expressive, entwined with subtle bass, a breadth of clarinet and touches of piano. This is all mixed and merged beautifully with Clive's now recognisable desk and synthesiser mastery. As individual as anything you'd hear coming from the Black Ark. More peaceful and uplifting than Whichever Way You Are Going, You Are Going Wrong and encompassing than its Cosy Inside, the album presented as Into The Heart Of Love is exactly that. Drawing you into it's swirls and layers upon layers, slowly wrapping you in it's own special, spectral soundcape. It is love indeed that permeates throughout. Again and again the titles lead the way, but it's more than that. The lilting hopes, joy, optimism and peace expressed in songs like When Your Find Your Love, Sarah and The Heart Of Love show Woo in all their glory. Of all Woo's songs and craft, their best is all included. The simplicity but detailed interplay between the two brothers is as telepathic as imagined. Pushing and pulling together to represent a wondrous album. Of course, it had to be. It's Love.
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out of stock $7.84
Cat: ERC 018. Rel: 08 Sep 14
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Magic In The Dark
  2. Make Me Tea
  3. A Little Long Way
Review: To accompany the reissue of Woo's Into The Heart Of Love, Emotional Rescue is releasing a limited 7" featuring songs not included on the vinyl pressing, plus a previously unreleased version of the beautiful title song, which only appeared in
later form on their CD only, La Luna album. With the original Into The Heart Of Love album only appearing as a 60 minute cassette-only release, several of the albums songs could not make the first time vinyl issue from Emotional Rescue.
Therefore, this limited edition 7" includes two of those ommited songs. The wistful English folk duet between Mark Ives and Sue Amor on Make Me Tea and it's sibling on the album, A Little Long Way. Possibly Woo's most straight forward folk song, Make Me Tea is as the title imagines a very particular English poem. Recording as a duet between two late night lovers, awaking from post-love making slumber to find peace and with it, a nice, perfect cup of tea. However, it is the inclusion of the unreleased version of the title song, Magic In The Dark that is worth the admission price alone. Taken from the CD only album, La Luna, the original's short and gentle story of late night love is presented here in it's alternate demo form. A different vantage point is shown in revelation and then exhaltation. The sadder start expands in to a beautiful and wonderus folk celebration. Mark's vocals and guitar are later joined by gentle rhythmic percussion from brother Clive, before Clarinets duet to a yearning finale. Woo once again showing their unique mix of folk and new age electronics. A one off to cherish.
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out of stock $8.35
Cat: ERC 019. Rel: 03 Sep 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Hopi (2:47)
  2. The Frog's Fandango (2:52)
  3. When You Find Your Love (4:05)
  4. A Complex Art (1:33)
  5. Trish's Return (3:03)
  6. Into The Heart Of Love (2:49)
  7. Love On Other Planets (2:01)
  8. Don't Delay (3:50)
  9. Woo-Woo (1:11)
  10. The Subtle Shadow (4:00)
  11. Sarah (2:23)
  12. It's Love (3:01)
  13. Mountains (2:32)
  14. The Heart Of Love / Lullaby (1:50)
  15. The Heart Sleeps (5:02)
  16. Spaces We Breathe (2:21)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Emotional Rescue and Woo once again come together, this time to reissue their masterpiece, the previously cassette-only album Into The Heart Of Love. A joyous, uplifting ode to love in all it's forms, the trials and tribulations and ultimately the triumphs are all encapsulated in Woo's unique soundscapes. Of all the myriad of released and unreleased Woo recordings, Into The Heart Of Love is without a doubt their most complete and cohesive body of work. Full of Woo's quirky analogue dub electronics, there is also a very English sense of folk. With more vocals then their other albums, the structure and softness of mood quintessentially comes from the Mother Isle.
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out of stock $12.54
A La Luna (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ERC 050. Rel: 30 Oct 17
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Demi Paradise
  2. The Sounds Of Earth
  3. Cloud Cuckoo Land
  4. Stardust
  5. Orbit Unknown
  6. Ready For The Moon Trip
  7. The Girl From The Green Planet
  8. Jerusalem
  9. A La Luna
  10. Magic In The Dark
  11. Early Machines
  12. Since You Went Away
  13. Sixties Twist
  14. Innocenti
  15. Love It Baby
  16. Loving In The Fine Light
  17. If I Close My Eyes
  18. This Light, This Light
  19. Voice In The Night
  20. Sad Hearts
  21. Nazca Lines
  22. Worry Beads
Review: Mark and Clive Ives have been prime examples of the second life reissue culture can give previously under-appreciated artists, and Emotional Rescue have been one of the key labels to support the enigmatic brothers from London. As with previous reissues, "A La Luna" presents the delicate, naive yet deep sound of Woo across a long form album that invites you on a curious journey of discovery. With a melodic instinct bordering on exotica, and unique range of instruments in the sound palette and a dreamlike approach to processing, there's nothing out there that sounds quite like Woo, and as ever it's a joy to delve into their sound world and leave more earthly familiarities behind.
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Awaawaa (LP)
Cat: PFLP 004/NGC 001. Rel: 10 Feb 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Odd Spiral (1:59)
  2. Green Blob (3:41)
  3. Mobile Phone (0:56)
  4. The Goodies (5:26)
  5. Homage To Matta (2:40)
  6. Sympti (1:50)
  7. Tick Tock (2:29)
  8. Awaawaa (5:22)
  9. Back On Track (2:18)
  10. Ruby Past Lives (3:07)
  11. Wobbly (1:17)
  12. Robots Dancing (2:24)
  13. Babalonia (1:01)
  14. Sailing (2:29)
  15. Fun, The Final Frontier (2:46)
  16. Fanfare (0:46)
Review: Famously, Woo's Mark and Clive Ives began making music in their Wimbledon bedroom as bored teenagers, way back in 1972. Eventually, it led to a series of obscure - but later celebrated - albums that somehow joined the dots between fuzzy ambience, odd indie-rock, lo-fi jazz, atmospheric acoustic music and other similarly out-there ideas. Here, Palto Flats present a selection of unheard tracks from the brothers' archives, recorded in Wimbledon between 1975 and 1982. Thrillingly, much of the material is more psychedelic and out-there than even their wildest releases, making it an enticing, adventurous hotch-potch of weird and wonderful interludes, doodles and quickly recorded escapades.
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out of stock $20.90
Intensity (7")
Cat: DC 542. Rel: 10 Oct 12
Leftfield
  1. Woo - "Intensity"
  2. Nite Jewel - "PS"
Played by: Chuggy
out of stock $7.31
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