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8 thoughts on “ Trevor Billmuss - Family Apology (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Cet album de Trevor Billmuss, Family Apology, fait sans doute partie du Graal du label progressif Charisma, côté à près de bervetesidnarolathearabcimasde.xyzinfo ne le trouve d’ailleurs ni sur la toile, ni sur les listes de recherches des requins du vinyle, ni même sur la quantité foisonnante de réédition qui inonde toutes les semaines les bacs à solde de leur énième concert inédit de Jimi Hendrix.
  2. After an album of his tunes was released—and failed to sell—Billmuss vanished. The LP, Family Apology, is now quite obscure. It’s also a stellar example of orchestrated psych-folk, and is worthy of wider exposure. In September , Family Apology was issued by the UK label, Charisma Records.
  3. Jul 03,  · A leading exponent of an imaginary genre I've come to call Chap Sike, Trevor Billmuss recorded one LP (called FAMILY APOLOGY) for Charisma in , a .
  4. Dangerous Minds is a compendium of the new and strange-new ideas, new art forms, new approaches to social issues and new finds from the outer reaches of pop culture. Our editorial policy, such that it is, reflects the interests, whimsies and peculiarities of the individual writers. We are your favorite distraction.
  5. Founded in by Trojan Records owner Lee Gopthal, B&C (standing for Beat & Commercial) was designed to release progressive and folk material. Thanks to a deal with the newly founded Charisma label later that year, B&C also manufactured and distributed a good portion of that label's early catalogue, 'sharing' the same catalogue numbering system.
  6. Feb 22,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Trevor Billmuss - Family Apology at Discogs. Complete your Trevor Billmuss collection/5(12).
  7. When discussing rarely heard rock artists, the “enigma” word has certainly been overused, but British singer-songwriter Trevor Billmuss is truly a mysterious figure. After an album of his tunes was released—and failed to sell—Billmuss vanished. The LP, Family Apology, is now quite obscure.
  8. Beats me. I couldn't find a single review of the LP. Produced by John Anthony 's "Family Apology" has always struck me as being a very 'English' album. That means it isn't going to appeal to a wide segment of the American audience. Ground Song (Trevor Billmuss)- 2.) Reflects of Lady MacBeth (Trevor Billmuss) - 3.).

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