Forever Heavenly Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Terry Hall
Home

Terry Hall. You'll know him as the grumpy frontman of the Specials, the Fun Boy Three and the Colourfield. Less is known perhaps about his debut album Home which landed in 1994. The album features collaborations with Craig Gannon (former 5th Smith) as well as Andy Partridge (XTC), Nick Heyward (Haircut One Hundred) and Ian Broudie (the Lightning Seeds). The album has long been out of print and impossible to acquire. Now is your chance.  

The Magic Numbers
The Magic Numbers

The Magic Numbers burst onto the scene in 2005 when we were led to believe that they were the second coming of the Mamas and Papas. They didn't ever quite make legendary status but this harmony-drenched debut almost landed them the Mercury Music Prize and believe it or not they are still making music to this day. Reissue courtesy of the Forever Heavenly series and these copies come with a bonus 7". 

The Nectarine No.9
Saint Jack

A blend of Scottish and Nottingham heritage (we’ll call it Scottingham), The Nectarine No. 9 released their opus Saint Jack on Postcard Records in 1995. Noisy, dark, humorous but ultimately pop-oriented, this unique album is packed full of tasty ideas. Out on 2CD and vinyl LP from Forever Heavenly.

Jock Scot
My Personal Culloden

Certified weirdo, rock poet, and recent British Sea Power collaborator Jock Scot made My Personal Culloden in 1997, when it was first released on Postcard Records. It conjures up a curious blend of Scot intoning his prose / poetry and a varied collection of musical backings. Reissued by Heavenly Recordings, vinyl or CD.