Many gigs from Creation’s bands are now considered legendary in certain circles so it’s great when some real treasures are unearthed and I’m able to share them.
In 1994 BBC Radio One broadcast a documentary on the Evening Session looking back at the first 10 years of the label.
With many of the old Creation bands back together again, I felt I should start a series of posts focusing on some of the other acts from the label, bands who may not be referenced as influences today but still helped to shape Creation Records.
As The Jesus & Mary Chain prepare to embark on the next leg of their 30th anniversary ‘Psychocandy’ tour, we take a look back at their most famous gigs before they released the legendary album.
Denise Johnson has shared on a new track called ‘2001’ on her SoundCloud page, her first solo track in many years.
Teenage Fanclub drummer Francis Macdonald is releasing a new album of classical music on March 30th. “Music For String Quartet, Piano And Celeste” is an instrumental album recorded in Glasgow.
It was the 13th August 1983 and the line-up was Bobby Gillespie, Jim Beattie and a drum machine.
For all you Creation collectors out there, now is a rare chance to get a mint condition copy of a single from Alan McGee and Andrew Innes’ pre-Creation band The Laughing Apple.
Mark Gardener and Andy Bell of Ride are to make an appearance at a week of events organised by War Child next year. Passport Back To The Bars is scheduled to take place the same week as the Brit Awards (the last week in February) Read more
Following the release of their anthology earlier this year, the Jasmine Minks release a new single.