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Munster Records tiene Club del Single nada más y nada menos que desde 1989 ¡el más antiguo del mundo en activo!

Mediante una suscripción anual de 50,00 € recibirás en tu domicilio tres singles cada tres meses hasta completar un total de 12 singles. Incluyen novedades y reediciones exclusivas, a menudo en vinilo de color. No importa cuándo comiences la suscripción porque te enviaríamos los singles de dicho trimestre, ¡a no ser que se agoten! En ese caso te enviaríamos los tres siguientes. Los gastos de envío para España están incluidos en la suscripción, para Europa y el resto del mundo se cobrarán aparte.

Los singles exclusivos para el Club del Single (en vinilo de color o firmados) son solo asequibles a través de la subscripción al Club. En el caso de que queden algunas copias restantes después de una entrega, se pondrán a la venta posteriormente a un precio superior al single normal. Esos singles restantes también se pueden conseguir mediante una nueva subscripción, en cuyo caso tendrías que ponerte en contacto con nosotros para informarte (clubdelsingle@munster-records.com).

Los miembros del Club del Single tienen un descuento de 15% en sus pedidos.

APUNTARSE AL Club del SINGLE!!!


Estos son los singles que incluye el Club actualmente:

Portada de IN CROWD, THE - AM I GLAD TO SEE YOU / BLOW UP IN CROWD, THE
AM I GLAD TO SEE YOU / BLOW UP

In the second half of 1966, The In Crowd - singer Keith West, guitarist Steve Howe, bass player John "Junior" Wood and drummer John "Twink" Alder - were undergoing a radical musical transformation, replacing their soul and R&B covers with more innovative original material. The young actor David Hemmings witnessed their electrifying live set one night at Tiles on Oxford Street and was suitably impressed. Hemmings had recently been cast in a film by Italian director Michelangelo Antonioni, "Blow Up", and was being outfitted for the role at a King's Road boutique called Dandie Fashions, which, as it happened, was part-owned by The In Crowd's manager, Anthony Rufus Isaacs. The film was set against the backdrop of then-Swingin' London, and the director was looking for an f the moment' band to perform in a night club scene. The Velvet Underground had been his first choice, but when they were unable to secure the necessary work permits, he next approached The Who, who declined. Knowing a good opportunity when he saw one, Isaacs suggested that The In Crowd would be ideal for the role, and Hemmings' endorsement no doubt also helped the cause.Antonioni called the group for a breakfast meeting at the Savoy Hotel and, over eggs, bacon and toast, they came to an informal agreement. West immediately got to work composing two songs to be used in the movie, 'Am I Glad To See You' and 'Blow Up'. The group cut the tracks at a studio session produced by Tony Howard of the Bryan Morrison Agency, and a few weeks later reported to the set - a replica of Windsor's Ricky-Tick Club - for filming. Antonioni's head was still full of visions of The Who, so the scene required Howe to smash his guitar Pete Townshend-style, a concept he was not altogether comfortable with, even though the instrument in question was only a flimsy balsa wood replica fashioned by the prop department. Whether it was Howe's discomfort with the destruction or the fact that, as West later recalled, "we larked around too much", the group was ultimately dismissed and the much better-known Yardbirds brought in to replace them. In that now famous night club scene, though, it's a replica of Steve Howe's Gibson that Jeff Beck pretends to play and then gleefully smashes to pieces on the stage.The two songs The In Crowd recorded for "Blow Up" were shelved and remained unissued until the late 1990s. They encapsulate a thrilling moment of metamorphosis as a uniquely gifted group emerged from its mod chrysalis and unfurled its psychedelic wings for the first time. In these precise moments, The In Crowd embraced all of the promise and innovation of the sound of TomorrowMike StaxUgly Things MagazineTRACKLISTA. AM I GLAD TO SEE YOUB. BLOW UP

Portada de RIBA, PAU - TAXISTA! RIBA, PAU
TAXISTA!

Pau Riba is one of the essential figures of Catalan music and counterculture, with a completely unique career that started in the late 1960s and still active today.In 2018 Munster will begin a reissue program of several recordings from his early years, including the two acclaimed "Dioptria" albums. This facsimile reissue of his debut 7" 'Taxista!' is the appropriate starting point.Released in 1967, these three wonderful, Dylan-influenced songs revealed a extraordinarily gifted artist.Includes lyrics insert.TRACKLISTSide ATAXISTA!Side BEL MATI DE SANT ESTEVEAQUEST CARRER M'ÉS PROHIBIT

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