Double vinyl LP pressing. 2019 release. Charlatans singer Tim Burgess and Saint Etienne's Bob Stanley have known each for three decades now. Aside from a shared love of Factory Records and the Fall, they both consider Twin Peaks to be the greatest TV show ever. They also share a love of cafes, but Tim has gone the extra mile and set up the Tim Peaks Diner, a huge draw at festivals, combining tea, coffee and music. This, then, is a soundtrack for the Tim Peaks Diner after dusk - put a couple of quid in the jukebox and the plangent guitars of Durutti Column, Dean McPhee & Galaxie 500 color the air. Included here are rare recordings on Factory Records (Stockholm Monsters, the Royal Family & The Poor), and groups that appeared in the wake of the Fall (Blue Orchids, the Fates); from South Wales there are minimal miniatures by Young Marble Giants and the Gist, as well as Gwenno's ice crystal electronica. Not that the music needs to originate from Britain at all - there are tracks here from Sweden (El Perro Del Mar), New Zealand (the Chills) and the US, too (Chastity Belt). Compiled by Tim Burgess and Bob Stanley, this is the soundtrack to the Tim Peaks Diner after the sun's gone down, and it contains some of the most beautiful and atmospheric independent music made in the last 40 years.
Double vinyl LP pressing. 2019 release. Charlatans singer Tim Burgess and Saint Etienne's Bob Stanley have known each for three decades now. Aside from a shared love of Factory Records and the Fall, they both consider Twin Peaks to be the greatest TV show ever. They also share a love of cafes, but Tim has gone the extra mile and set up the Tim Peaks Diner, a huge draw at festivals, combining tea, coffee and music. This, then, is a soundtrack for the Tim Peaks Diner after dusk - put a couple of quid in the jukebox and the plangent guitars of Durutti Column, Dean McPhee & Galaxie 500 color the air. Included here are rare recordings on Factory Records (Stockholm Monsters, the Royal Family & The Poor), and groups that appeared in the wake of the Fall (Blue Orchids, the Fates); from South Wales there are minimal miniatures by Young Marble Giants and the Gist, as well as Gwenno's ice crystal electronica. Not that the music needs to originate from Britain at all - there are tracks here from Sweden (El Perro Del Mar), New Zealand (the Chills) and the US, too (Chastity Belt). Compiled by Tim Burgess and Bob Stanley, this is the soundtrack to the Tim Peaks Diner after the sun's gone down, and it contains some of the most beautiful and atmospheric independent music made in the last 40 years.
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Tim Burgess & Bob Stanley Present Tim Peaks / Var
Artist: Tim Burgess & Bob Stanley Present Tim Peaks / Var
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Choci Loni - Young Marble Giants
2. House with a Hundred Rooms - the Chills
3. Lips That Would Kiss (Form Prayers to Broken Stone) - Durutti Column
4. Yanks - the Gist
5. Hunros (A Dream) - Gwenno
6. Mud and Flame - Modern Studies
7. I Had to Say This - the Clientele
8. I Love You (Restrained in a Moment) - the Royal Family ; the Poor
9. Betty's Lament - Isan 1
10. Slow Motion - Jane Weaver 1
11. Fuel - Echo ; the Bunnymen 1
12. Flowers - Galaxie 500 1
13. The Broken Fall - Gnac 1
14. Blue Dress - Birdie 1
15. Dog - El Perro Del Mar 1
16. Fairy Tales - Stockholm Monsters 1
17. Different Now - Chastity Belt 1
18. A Year with No Head - Blue Orchids 1
19. Ten Years - Bracken 2
20. Sheila - She Beats in My Heart - the Fates 2
21. Sky Burial - Dean McPhee

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Double vinyl LP pressing. 2019 release. Charlatans singer Tim Burgess and Saint Etienne's Bob Stanley have known each for three decades now. Aside from a shared love of Factory Records and the Fall, they both consider Twin Peaks to be the greatest TV show ever. They also share a love of cafes, but Tim has gone the extra mile and set up the Tim Peaks Diner, a huge draw at festivals, combining tea, coffee and music. This, then, is a soundtrack for the Tim Peaks Diner after dusk - put a couple of quid in the jukebox and the plangent guitars of Durutti Column, Dean McPhee & Galaxie 500 color the air. Included here are rare recordings on Factory Records (Stockholm Monsters, the Royal Family & The Poor), and groups that appeared in the wake of the Fall (Blue Orchids, the Fates); from South Wales there are minimal miniatures by Young Marble Giants and the Gist, as well as Gwenno's ice crystal electronica. Not that the music needs to originate from Britain at all - there are tracks here from Sweden (El Perro Del Mar), New Zealand (the Chills) and the US, too (Chastity Belt). Compiled by Tim Burgess and Bob Stanley, this is the soundtrack to the Tim Peaks Diner after the sun's gone down, and it contains some of the most beautiful and atmospheric independent music made in the last 40 years.