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Rediffusion
King Of Woolworths

Formats:
LCD46 [CD]


ActionTrack NumberTrack NameDuration
Play 01 Coccolo Pt1
Play 02 Coccolo Pt2
Play 03 Big Sur
Play 04 7 Tranches
Play 05 Yellow World
Play 06 Barrillas
Play 07 Ameublement
Play 08 Music For Schools
Play 09 Crazy Lions
Play 10 Windrush
Play 11 The Loner
Play 12 Slimcea Bossa
Play 13 Divertissements
Play 14 Stimulus Progression

The king is dead, long live the king!

In his previous incarnation of thrift shop cool, King of Woolworths released two albums of sumptuous downbeat exotica for Beggars Banquet. Now he’s back bigger, bolder and better with the album of his life and yours: Rediffusion. A fantastic jouney through the mind of a madman, a very nice madman but one obsessed with analogue synths, 60’s library music and melodies so sublime they leave you feeling all gooey inside.

Digging through crates of dusty vinyl in his native Manchester he finds the audio seeds that will inspire him to make his outlandish creations, working deep into the night he fashions beauteous melodies and funking beats from his analogue arsenal of moogs and arps.

In communion with the ghosts of Serge Gainsbourg, Roy Budd and Scott Walker, he conjures up music so warm and fertile it breathes life into grey corners. Restores juice to withered limbs, puts blood in dry veins.

Over fourteen tracks of analogue bliss, Rediffusion shows a marked departure from his previous works, and displays King of Woolworths’ constantly blossoming finesse and dexterity. This is undoubtedly the album that deserves to make the King as renowned as his kingdom.

(Oh and for anyone who remembers the cult 70’s show Budgie with Adam Faith, there’s a cover of the theme tune, The Loner.)