One Thousand Violins - John Peel Session 25.09.85 (Precious) 10"
If you love 60s pop, if you love The Smiths and if you love C86, then you’ll adore the melodic pop of One Thousand Violins. As well as being responsible for a a series of highly regarded releases on Dan Treacy’s Whaam! and Dreamworld labels, the Sheffield-based outfit were regulars in John Peel’s Festive Fifty – and this is their first session for the legendary DJ’s show featuring three originals plus a never-before-released Walker Brothers cover. Ten-inch vinyl release includes a set of postcards with previously unseen pics, sleeve notes by main man Colin Gregory and free download codes. Limited to 350 copies.
Tracklist: Why Is It Always December?, The Candle Man, Though It Poured The Next Day, I Never Noticed The Rain, The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore