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Parlortone/Dust To Digital Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll

Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll is an important forthcoming film about the musical history of Cambodia before the Vietnam War overspilled and destroyed the country’s artistic freedom. Many of the artists on this accompanying music were consequently killed, making the vitality and joy of ...view item »

Kassidat: Raw 45s from Morocco

The ever-reliable Dust To Digital have this LP of Moroccan 45s from the 1960s, showcasing the traditional styles of the region as they were, relatively untouched by international pop influences. There’s an A4 booklet with colour photos and lengthy commentary for those who need to know the details,...view item »

Excavated Shellac: Strings

I got super excited by this one in that sad kind of way I get excited about weird old curious records arriving here. Parlortone is an offshoot of the Dust To Digital who've released sound breathtaking compilations of varying sorts of Americana over the years. I'm not sure what the remit of Parlortone is but after the interesting but short Edou...view item »

Luk Thung: Classic & Obscure 78s from the Thai Countryside

As a child I imagined that by my mid 30's I'd be an estate agent or something, swaggering into a country pub on a friday evening, soft top down, lady on each arm. Instead I'm sat in a converted school overlooking a 'Bird's Eye' billboard reviewing an album of Thai Country Music. Funny how things turn out. I have to say though I wouldn't miss thi...view item »

Edouard-Leon Scott de Martinville
Au Clair de la Lune

A lovely curiosity on Dust To Digital offshoot Parlotone has landed and by the time I put he needle on the record and get back to the computer it has already ended! Just a few seconds duration! However this is the earliest intelligible recording of the human voice made by Edouard-Leon Scott de Martinville in 1860 (17 years before the phonograph was...view item »