Author Topic: Scarfolk Council Library Music LPs  (Read 928 times)

John_Fred

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Scarfolk Council Library Music LPs
« on: March 24, 2023, 02:26:02 AM »
I came across this a little while ago.  The artwork of which is faultless.  The subject matter is, well, make of it what you will.

https://scarfolk.blogspot.com/2015/09/library-music-lps-1970s.html





Then, there's always the BBC Sound effects library.

https://scarfolk.blogspot.com/2016/12/bbc-sound-effects-records-early-1970s.html?m=1



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Psyclon

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Re: Scarfolk Council Library Music LPs
« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2023, 06:31:55 AM »
Many early PARRY SCARRY LPs can fit into Scarfolk archives. Dozens upon dozens of poorly produced LPs containing again dozens of hammering, unsettling, off-beat "rock" and "pop" "tracks" without any logical melodic development with the only purpose to to haunting everyone that browses them. After listening to 50 LPs full of poor-quality snthesizers and badly recorded overdrive guitars, you feel home at Scarfolk. If you can find the 10 worthwile tracks you are either saved from insanity or already insane beyond repair.

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Re: Scarfolk Council Library Music LPs
« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2023, 03:06:03 PM »
Thanks for pointing out this site John_Fred. The library artwork is extremely well done. And the original thinking behind each of the posts is very entertaining and professional. I particularly like the one where a poster that is all black with no words that the council employee put up by mistake and which was subsequently replaced with an all white version also with no words. Very amusing. And, without meaning to sound patronising, top marks Psyclon for understanding our weird English humour. :)