Filed under: 2008-2010 In The Music | Tags: Hard-to-Find, Music, Music DVD, Promo, Trashcan Sinatras, Video promo
People. There’s millions of us. We go about our business everyday, sometimes happily, sometimes not but we’re mostly all, oblivious to others around us.
But one sunny autumn Sunday afternoon, John Douglas captured a few minutes of joy on his trusted old Super8, that would eventually become the official video for ‘People’, the second single from the Trashcan Sinatras album ‘In The Music’.
It’s filmed in Los Angeles, New York, Tokyo, Nagoya and Buchanan Street, Glasgow, where by chance two girls were giving free hugs to the punters of Glasgow. John happened to be in the vicinity and captured it for us all to see.
The hug girls, Olivia and Katherine, were eventually tracked down sometime after the video was made and were guests of honour at the two Brel acoustic gigs in November of 2009.
Great story. Great tune .
Here’s Olivia and Katherine (although I’m not sure who’s who)
November 2009 Lo-Five Records
Filed under: 1990-1991 Cake | Tags: Hard-to-Find, Import, Music, Trashcan Sinatras, Vinyl
Here’s the 7″ vinyl of debut single ‘Obscurity Knocks’ – all the way from the outback.
Identical front and back cover to the regular UK release with the exception of the London Records logo, whilst the centre labels are altogether, entirely different.
1990 Go! Records Ltd/Go! Discs 876 074-7 (Australia)
Filed under: 1992-1993 I've Seen Everything | Tags: Hard-to-Find, Music, Rock Poster, Trashcan Sinatras
I’m not entirely sure what this promo poster for second album ‘I’ve Seen Everything’ was used for. It’s 12″ x 12″ and printed both sides onto thick card and if you look closely you’ll see the London Go! Discs logo in the bottom right corner.
My guess is it was available from the merchandise stall at some US gigs or sent to record stores for a window display – maybe someone can enlighten me.
1993 London Go! Discs (US)