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So…Kooky was, still is and always occasionally will be Alex and Phil or Phil and Alex.

We are sorry that it has been a while. Please do not think our love for the music of The Durutti Column has waned; any more than yours. As big fans it is great to announce that we will be releasing some more Durutti Column music over the next twelve months on vinyl.

The details.

Vinyl will be 180gm with anti-static inner sleeves. No download codes but we hope to add a CD version with the release.

All will be available in a limited vinyl colour runs but plenty to make it easy enough to get hold of one. The limited runs will be at the ‘indie’ shops ‘though and we buy from ‘proper’ people ourselves.

None of these will be Record Store Day releases. It just doesn’t work that well in getting one to those who want one.

Every penny goes to the band – Simple.

So that is all profits from digital and physical sales.

* Albums were previously only released on compact disc through Kooky.

Thank you for sticking with us. It means a lot. We have never taken your love and support for granted. We have never been away, just popped out.

More news to come…

Lotta Continua

phil@durutti.co.uk

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AMIGOS EM PORTUGAL/LIVE AT THE VENUE LONDON BUNDLE

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AMIGOS EM PORTUGAL

Released in 1983, label-owner Miguel met the band in the Manchester before subsequently inviting them to record a single in Portugal. As the story goes, Vini came and recorded a whole albums worth of material, which would be quickly developed into following releases. This was the pre-cursor to Without Mercy and it contains some beautiful little tunes and is highly under-rated and overlooked.

LIVE AT THE VENUE LONDON – June 1983

The original release was a soundboard recording of originally 4000 vinyl copies and a subsequent 1000 CD re-release on Kooky. “An interesting wheeler-dealer, involved in bootleg recordings at the time, arrived in his cream Rolls Royce at a Mayfair hotel restaurant that he had appointed. He brought cash and me and Vini scribbled out a contract and an agreement on a white napkin that had been surrounding Vini’s burnt bacon.