If you want to win the all the releases so far from Spoke Records on vinyl, read on, as we have three sets of 45s to give away to three very lucky people.
Yes, lovely lovely vinyl from enthusiasts dedicated to digging deep to reissue obscure and vintage sounds on 45, some for the very first time. Perfect for DJs, vinyl lovers and the downright cool who aren’t just tied to a computer for their music.
Luckily for us, the releases from Spoke tend to be mod-friendly grooves too, with previous releases being Craig Douglas – Don’t Mind If I Cry / Shirley Bates – Crimpton Krompton Canary Bridge (northern soul/popcorn and some early R&B), Frog’s Witch Hunt / Living Dead, from the cult classic Psychomania movie and a rare slice of northern in the form of Steve Flanagan’s I’ve Arrived, coupled with Sylvan’s We Don’t Belong, a great slice of ’60s pop.
The latest release is Tammy St John – Concerning Love / 21st Century – Hard Act To Follow. Tammy was only 19 when she recorded the incredibly Concerning Love – one copy sold for £700 a couple of years ago, just to drive the point home. It’s a slice of funky Brit-soul from the late ’60s with a KPM backing and it’s a cracker. On the flip is the even more obscure 21st Century, which is a current popular spin on the Euro/UK 6Ts weekenders/allnighters (Mousetrap, YeYe, BerlinBE etc). Yes, psych dancer territory.
Hear both below and below that enter the competition for that and all the other releases. As we said, three sets on offer, with no question to answer. Just add your details (which will be deleted at comp end) and you’ll be in the virtual hat. Good luck!
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED
Gary Crossing – London
Alexander Horabin – Manchester
Ralph McLean – Ballymoney
Terms and conditions:
1. Only one entry per person allowed
2. Entries not fully completed or duplicate entries will be immediately disqualified
3. The editor’s decision is final
4. Entry into competition acknowledges acceptance of terms and conditions
5. Winner will be notified by email
6. The closing date is 11th August 2013.