Tiny Global Productions present the vinyl debut of The Nightingales' No Love Lost. In 2012, Martin Goldschmidt, recognizing both the band's genius and the commercial struggles their unique sound engendered, saw to it that Cooking Vinyl released it as a CD, rightly regarding it as an act of public service. Martin and Cooking Vinyl allow Tiny Global Productions to the release of the album to raise money for what will be the busiest period in the band's history, with a plethora of projects on the way. Originally released only on CD, it's too long to fit on a single LP. So, Tiny Global Productions added five tracks recorded back then -- cover versions of songs by Joanna Newsom, TLC, The Lovely Eggs, and two by The Troggs -- none of which have ever been issued on any physical format -- and turned it into a double vinyl album. Whatever profit is made after production costs will fund the Nightingales' eventual American trip to support the release of the documentary film about them, King Rocker. There they'll play a few incredibly rare American dates here, followed by the usual conquest of the UK and Europe. Playing the States is cost-prohibitive. Performance visas alone cost many thousands of dollars, not to mention flights, hotels, lots of petrol, backline rental, you name it. America is a big, scary land, each moment fraught with unexpected calamities, grotesque and unpleasant oddities, hidden dangers -- there is an ever-present risk that Robert will get "cut" in a vicious bar fight, or Andi sold into slavery and forced to pick berries in the blistering heat of West Texas. Gatefold sleeve featuring another classic David Yates collage, smashing in its 12x12" glory. It's also the recorded debut of the superb Kitson/Schmid rhythm section. Edition of 500.
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.