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Tag: Edsel Records

Song Of The Day: Tim Buckley, “Blue Melody”

Taken from the Edsel Records release, Buzzin’ Fly: Live Anthology 1968-1973.

Song Of The Day: Brett Anderson, “Clowns”

Taken From the Edsel release, Brett Anderson: Complete Solo Works.

Song Of The Day: Wreckless Eric, “Semaphore Signals”

Taken from the forthcoming Edsel Records release, Wreckless Eric.

Everything But The Girl: Walking Wounded/Temperamental (Edsel Records)

The final (as of now) two albums by Everything But The Girl find them diving deep into electronica and dance music–and then getting lost in it, as vocalist Tracey Thorn steps out of the spotlight.

Belinda Carlisle: Heaven on Earth Deluxe Edition (Edsel Records)

Upon its release in 1987,┬áHeaven on Earth, Belinda Carlisle‘s second solo album, was a grand slam hit. The Go-Go’s lead singer had parlayed the success of her previous band with 1986’s Belinda, which spawned one excellent single, “Mad About You,” but was overall a weak effort from an artist trying to create her own identity… Read More ›