Singles & EPs: AGOS 1: A Game Of Soldiers: Big Bad Money World (7", Single): LMM Records: 1 – 1 of 1. DEBUT SINGLE Liverpool band circa 's more info arexfovexopo.colenecsimapacharsespmegsembvimic.co FACEBOOK. A Game of Soldiers hailed from Liverpool and released only one 7″ though many recordings were made. Many of these, plus new recordings by Gary can be heard on his soundcloud page. There was so little information about them online, so I’m very happy to hear from Gary the whole story of A Game of Soldiers in this interview.
The fact I knew nothing about this band made it all the more intriguing. Who was in the band? Who played what?
I remember sitting round at my friend's house listening to John Peel when he A Game Of Soldiers - Big Bad Money World (Vinyl) 'Your Silent Face' and it was love at first listen. It was incredibly emotional. Mid-paced and simple, though played with instruments that were so unfamiliar. I could go through the album track-by-track, but that's a bit much isn't it? It isn't? Bernard sounds pissed off, I like that. It just came separately.
I loved this aspect of the band too. Seemed like amazing value for money. Did I mention the flowers on the cover? The most beautiful LP sleeve ever. When I got back to my halls and stuck it on, I was so mesmerised by this sparse cold sound, and it felt so fresh and awkward.
I remember having a fag out of the window listening to it and feeling like I was really arriving, in this ridiculous cliched way. Whenever I listen to it I always think of that time, and the feeling of desperately trying to define oneself, and in some ways I think records have always been catalysts towards that, for me.
Records mean a great deal to me. My parents always had a brilliant vinyl collection, and pillaging it was how I discovered much of what is now the foundation for my musical appreciation. I love the tactility of vinyl, it feels more human to me somehow, and I really like the element of chance that comes with flicking through racks of old LPs, the potential for discovery. I can't really imagine music without them. It seems to grow as I do. The older I get, the more the album reveals itself, and the A Game Of Soldiers - Big Bad Money World (Vinyl) I understand.
How magical. I bought Hunky Dory and Low on the same day. I was I understood David Bowie in terms of 80s smooth big suit Dave, looking a bit orange in the video for 'China Girl'. My love affair with Hunky Dory was immediate. It was sweet and melodic and instantly catchy. I basked in front of my stereo with it blaring out as if it were an open fire. Low was different, cold, and adult.
I assumed — stream of consciousness. I loved Iggy Pop and this record was made at the same time as one of his records by his friend and producer so I persevered. I listened to the melodies and the amazing glacial beauty of the sounds and they drew me in.
I immersed myself in it sonically. I forgot about the lyrics. I drew something awful on it. Blue, blue. I will sit right down, waiting for the gift of sound and vision. I learnt more, experienced more, not all of it good or positive. How they encompassed so much while appearing so oblique. Until finally I sat with heartbroken in my room, blue, blue and waiting for the gift of sound and vision that it seemed would never come.
Smiling to myself, though I was miserable, because I finally understood. A double album is a special thing. I bought this in Virgin Records in Oxford Street. To get to it you walked through a shoe shop selling the latest suede mustard colored clogs. I bought a pair and went upstairs to the one room shop. It overlooked Oxford Street and had puffy cushions to sit on and headphones to listen to new records on.
The album cover is pink and bright turquoise. The quality is suprisingly bad, and rather like my cassette of Led Zeppelin I recorded in Oxford around the same time I liked bootlegs a lot, and also have Skyhigh by Hendrix. The walls of the room were covered with bootlegs, and I wanted them all. It's an album with great atmosphere almost because the quality is so bad and he died a few weeks later. I wore a purple armband when he died.
A Game Of Soldiers - Big Bad Money World (Vinyl) also bought the first Faust album at that Virgin shop - it was my local shop, as I lived in Grape Street on the side of Shaftsbury Avenue. What a record.
What a pair of clogs. My mum's boyfriend found it in a charity shop and bought me it as birthday card and I love it. I hold onto everything, so I've still got my entire youth on vinyl, and I spend a lot of money on eBay when the mood takes me too. All my records have memories attached. I can go in my room and pull out a record and tell you a story behind just about all of them. Still can't remember how we got home, but I imagine we've got someone's dad to thank.
Vinyl remains the sexiest of all music formats, and always will. There's something erotic in the physical contact required to listen to a record that still excites me today. Don't get me wrong, I love the modern world and digital formats are a welcome and brilliant evolution, but music is a very emotional experience for a lot of people, and there's a tactile element with vinyl that helps connect with music on another level than just the song itself.
It was the soundtrack from a film called The Strawberry Statement. I bought it from the Corn Exchange in Manchester, which is now a pretty awful modern shopping centre, but it used to be an open-planned indoor market and it had everything from Afro barbers to antique dealers to hippy juggling stores.
And it also had the theme, the main theme to The Strawberry Statement. I wanted to be a drummer originally and the first band I ever joined, aged 14, I claimed to be a drummer. They had a really over-the-top, flamboyant studio musician drum solo at the beginning of this theme tune and I loved it - I loved miming along to this drum solo, and then it went into this very cheesy theme tune to this film.
So simple - three-note guitar solo, it just chugs along, the relaxed way it was made, extreme stereo, so you had drum kit in your left ear and the bass in your right, and it got me really into Neil Young.
With him, I fall in and out of love with it: most of the time I love it, then sometimes you need a couple of months off, because he has got a very particular style. Neil Young led me to John Martyn, led A Game Of Soldiers - Big Bad Money World (Vinyl) to Nick Drake, Joni Mitchell was always there - I discovered that whole side of music that I still love to this day through this film soundtrack.
That was the thing that got worn out, definitely. The very next lunchtime I took myself into Tracks in St. Andrews thinking it'd be simple enough to just order the 12" single.
Nobody could find it on any lists, and it didn't appear in the shop until the spring of sometime, by which time I'd all but worn out the tape. Hunger makes the best sauce alright.
Last summer I found the 7" single from in a second hand shop in Mossley, and the Plustron lives below my teenage daughter's bed. Both copies and TV are working fine, thanks. I buy it, whenever I can, especially on vinyl, just to be able to give it away. His lyrics are like nursery rhymes, simple and have you remembering them throughout the day. In fact some of them are nursery rhymes, which help him to temper the heaviness of his lucid toasting.
I love Black Mahogani. I had this woman over at my apartment a few weeks back and I was playing her records. I started with Roberta Flack, and then decided I wanted to go even deeper cause I was feeling her visit. So I put on some Moodymann. Around the middle of side D the LP gets incredibly dark, but it's still so smooth so I didn't think it would ruin the mood. Artists The Raconteurs. Best Sellers. Catalog A Game Of Soldiers - Big Bad Money World (Vinyl) Sellers.
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