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  • I can't describe how special this band is
  • If I had to choose a "most experimental" it would be Without Mercy, if only because it's a pair of 20 minute suites that works as a symphony in miniature. It's still both alien yet catchy and gorgeous as anything else he's done.
  • They're all relatively experimental, son.
  • I think I've found myself a new favourite band... not sure how to describe this music other than simply beautiful. Vini Reilly, now that's what I call an amazing guitarist, such incredible expressive depth is almost unmatched. Forget about all the "rock guitar virtuoso" wankers out there...
  • which album is most experimental?
  • There are no words to describe the depth of your music Vini.
  • i consider vini up there with other guitar greats such as john martyn & ralph towner, you can stuff yer jimmy page, eric clapton & brian may up yer arses!
  • ridiculously underrated and quietly beautiful music
  • Enigma ♥
  • pre-proto-post-rock
  • Cool
  • Extremely underrated. DC needs more love!
  • God, I hope Vini recovers enough to keep making music as Durutti Column. I'm listening to Chronicle now and loving it.. thinking what a shame it'd be for his sound to fade into history.
  • They're the ultimate "ahead of their time" band.
  • It's as if its not there...just a gossamer trace
  • Can't get enough of LC at the moment--the perfect soundtrack for balmy summer nights! Need to check out the rest of their stuff ASAP!
  • Any one have an opinion on the new album Chronicle yet? Personally I think there is to many substandard vocal tracks, especially on Two.
  • v Been thinking the same thing recently. Perhaps it stems from the band's sound (judging from my limited listening experiences with Return and LC) being difficult to categorize. Not quite jazz, not quite rock, not quite funk, not quite punk, not quite pop... certainly experimental, but incredibly melodic, catchy, concise, and never falling to the pratfalls of self-indulgence. DC simply made incredibly distinct music that was clearly majorly ahead of its time. Guess most of the world still hasn't caught up (an appearance on one of those decade retrospective/ best-of lists might change that).
  • Seems remarkable The Durutti Column remain a relatively obscure group. The world has cheese in it's ears.
  • FYI, Return (as well as LC) was reissued by 4 Men With Beards super recently and is quite easy to find, and not expensive. It's just the original tracklisting, but that's perfect as is.
  • For Belgian Friends is the spring theme music at my house this year.
  • "Return is getting reissued on vinyl with Lips/Madeline tacked on, and a second 7" disc with the Martin Hannett numbers. " @ativke WHEN?! I was never able to get a copy because of its price. It is one of my favorite albums, I am happy to hear this.
  • The vocals from that David Lynch movie on "Spanish Lament" were a nice touch. Good band.
  • my guitar hero [3]
  • to jest cholernie dobre
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2t4xD3Ng1A - reminiscent style as DC
  • Angelic fingers
  • I love "Requiem Again" so much I got it tattooed a few years ago. :) Incledible band.
  • Loving this shit.
  • Return is getting reissued on vinyl with Lips/Madeline tacked on, and a second 7" disc with the Martin Hannett numbers.
  • the return is fucking art. yes.
  • my guitar hero [2]
  • Happy birthday.
  • my guitar hero
  • 'Hotel on the Lake 1990' is pretty good too.
  • 'Anthony' from Sex & Death is a pretty good one. I mean it gets me when it comes on
  • There's a recording of the interview with Vini Reilly from the CALM event here (including the guitar performance at the end): https://soundcloud.com/dave-8-2/vini-reilly-town-hall Interesting, harrowing stuff.. I didn't know about his background before Factory, the sleeping rough, criminal gang involvement and depression. His voice is a bit slurred from the strokes and he sounds weary, I hope he can make a full recovery in time.
  • C'est good !
  • Holy shit, Short Stories for Pauline..........
  • v Leave now and don't come back.
  • guitar-pop jangling 4evr
  • clean
  • There will at some point be an official release of either the audio or video from the event. We were told we could take pictures, but not record it for that reason.
  • Yeah, it was for a charity event seeking to prevent male suicide. If anyone finds the interview and performance somewhere, I'd love to see it.
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/eifion/8526741625/ He played a new song in Manchester the other night apparently...
  • Another nice interview. He's really strong to keep trying to gain his ability back like that. I'd heard his condition was less than great, but didn't know to what extent. But it's just awesome to know that there are indeed some great humans on this planet who actually give a damn about others. Get well soon, Vini!
  • [url=http://thequietus.com/articles/11476-vini-reilly-interview-durutti-column]Wonderful interview with Vini from The Quietus.[/url]
  • Awesome interview as well. Bless the hell out of Vini, he's just an awesome human being. Take your time on the album, I'm sure it'll floor each and every last one of us.
  • Yep, Vini's guitar playing and songwriting are just unparalled. There is no comparison, no substitute. Bruce's drumming is also epic.
  • http://www.m-magazine.co.uk/interviews/interview-vini-reilly/

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