Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Record Player Autumn 2014 Season


Thanks for dropping by.  Here's what's in store for Autumn 2014. I do hope there's something here that
you find to your liking. This is the Record Players fourth year, which is quite good, I'm sure you'll agree. If you've never been here before, have a look round this simple blog. And come and listen to a record. It's great.

Mr Drayton’s Record Player is proud to return to the Tyneside Cinema with some groovy new sounds and a few greatest hits, just in case you missed them first time around.

The idea is simple. Classic albums, on vinyl, played in full with no interruption, just as nature intended. Each record is accompanied with a slide show celebrating the music; afterwards pit your music knowledge for cheap prizes and even cheaper laughs. 

Most shows are on Thursdays at 7.15 and it costs only FIVE English pounds.  
Tickets available here:  http://bit.ly/1lTtNJb


19/09 Moptops vs Surfers.
The Beatles: Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Beach Boys: Pet Sounds

25/09 Grunge is starting to happen.
The Pixies: Doolittle
The Lemonheads: It’s A Shame About Ray


02/10 Welcome Back Kate.
Kate Bush: The Whole Story

09/10 Like a randy terrier on heat.
Led Zeppelin: II The Remastered Version.

16/10 Mr Drayton’s Indulgence
Sufjan Stevens: (Come On Feel The) Illinois.

23/10 Movies and Munchies.
Saturday Night Fever. Doors 7.45. Film 8.00 £15.00


6/11 Hits of 1976
Thin Lizzy: Jailbreak
Mott The Hoople: Greatest Hits.

13/11 Rocking and Souling.
The Rolling Stones - (Big Hits) High Tide and Green Grass  vs Phil Spector/Echoes of the 60’s
20/11 Album of the Year 2013. As fresh as daydream.
Vampire Weekend: Modern Vampires of the City
27/11 Soul Sensation. Sensational Soul.
Dusty Springfield - Dusty in Memphis


4/11 Movies and Munchies.
Slade In Flame. Doors 7.45. Film 8.00

11/11Here’s Comes Santa. 
Details soon. Check press for details.