Shindig! debut Paul Orwells’ new side project THE SHOOTS’ frantic debut
Music video directed by Joseph Lattimer at Fancy Lamp.
Music produced & written by Paul Orwell
The Shoots consist of Paul Orwell (guitar/backing vocals) and vocal extraordinaire Lord Essien with a live band featuring Michael Parrett (bass) and Charley Herbert (drums).
The kind folks at Pro-Ject (supplied by Henley Designs) have provided us with a special edition deck (RRP: £429) to give away to one lucky reader. To WIN please answer the below question
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All entries need to be received by August 1st. The comp will run online and in print.
Which contemporary psychedelic act recently recorded Sgt Pepper’s in its entirety?
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Essential III: Sgt. Pepper‘s Drum
On June 1st, 2017, the iconic album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band turned 50 years old. To mark the occasion, The Beatles announced three Anniversary Editions of the album in association with Apple Corps Ltd., Capitol and USM. Newly mixed by Giles Martin and Sam Okell in both stereo and 5.1 surround audio, amongst the anniversary releases is a Double LP Deluxe Vinyl edition that deserves to only be played on the best turntables available. So to support the release, Pro-Ject Audio Systems released a special edition version of the Essential III turntable, decorated with commemorative Sgt. Pepper imagery.
The Essential III has been an international hit since its release in late-2016. Following on from the multi-award winning MK II model, the Essential III combines style and substance into an enviably affordable package. After being re-worked earlier in 2017 as the George Harrison Record Player, the Essential III is now getting the Sgt. Pepper treatment.
The Essential III: Sgt. Pepper’s Drum is a non-limited, special edition release, designed to give more Beatles fans access to high-quality audio equipment emblazoned with the iconic group’s imagery. The striking blue MDF plinth boasts a vintage print to the top-panel, allowing the turntable to stand out from the crowd. Then, in glorious multi-colour, the iconic Sgt. Pepper’s drum kit logo is printed in the middle of the plinth. Adding an understated subtlety to the overall appearance, the frosted matte acrylic platter helps reveal the drum skin print underneath.
Aside from the cosmetic differences and the inclusion of an acrylic platter, all other characteristics of the turntable match the Essential III design. From the sleek MDF plinth, through the high-grade motor with aluminium pulley and precision-engineered main bearing, and onto the 8.6” aluminium tonearm with Ortofon OM 10 cartridge. The Essential III is a remarkable piece of affordable audiophilia.
• Custom-designed MDF plinth with Sgt. Pepper inspired artwork
• Included Acrylic-IT E platter reveals drum skin print underneath
• High-quality aluminium tonearm
• Factory-fitted Ortofon OM 10 moving magnet cartridge
• Low-noise 9V motor with built-in AC generator
• Supplied with sturdy dust cover
• Hi-fi quality performance from a world-leading analogue audio company
33 / 45 RPM (Manual)
±0.70% (33rpm) / ±0.60% (45rpm)
Wow & Flutter:
±0.21% (33rpm) / ±0.19% (45rpm)
Effective Tonearm Length:
Effective Tonearm Mass:
Ortofon OM 10
Ortofon 10 Stylus
Dimensions (W x H x D):
420 x 112 x 330mm
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Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills, Thomas Patterson and Paul Osborne, recorded at the Shindig! bunker in Ruislip. Jon and Paul had to interview Paul Weller on the day the show was to be recorded at Soho Radio. They’ll return to the station in June. This show has something of a “black rock” feel about it
‘Elephants On Parade’ Disney Chorus
‘Ride With Captain Max’ Blonde On Blonde
‘Pinch The Dream’ Charles Mootehart
‘Love Stepped Out’ Ronnie D’Addario
‘In The Morning’ Robbie Bond
‘Tree Song’ Bert Jansch
‘Jack O Diamonds’ Ben Carruthers & The Deep
‘Who’ll Be The One You Love’ The Easybeats
‘Sleep Song’ Unicorn
‘Bolic’ Ike & Tina Turner
‘Ain’t No Telling’ Jimi Hendrix
‘Come Out In The Rain’ Parliament
‘I Got A Thing, You Got A Thing, Everybody’s Got A Thing’ Funkadelic
‘Function Underground’ We The People
‘The Siesta Is Over’ The Revolution
‘Politicians In My Eyes’ Death
‘Follow The Sun’ Dave Douglas
‘Long Way Home’ John Wonderling
‘Mystical Mountain’ Magic Bus
‘Please Believe Me’ Nirvana
‘The Walking Song’ The Turtles
‘Goodby Surprise’ The Turtles
‘King Of The Dawn’ The Sundowners
‘Hey Joe Where You Gonna Go?’ The Leaves
‘Big Bummer’ The Peanut Butter Conspiracy
The Coral’s former guitarist, Lee Southall, releases live session featuring tracks from his debut solo album, Iron In The Fire, out on Wonderfulsound
Our fave West Country Heads MAGIC BUS debut their ‘Mystical Mountain’ video with Shindig! Read a review of Phillip The Egg in Shindig! issue #67