Posts tagged Cob
(review n pix by neil crud)
I was trying to explain to 12 year old Dec the importance and significant part Record Shops played in my youth. A place to hang out on a Saturday afternoon and be cool (and failing miserably on that count!). He didn’t get it, something within me kinda hoped he’d grasp this occasion and would start a quest to amass music at all costs. There again, the thought of him attacking my own record collection would really piss me off; so it was a small mercy that he prefers to get his sound therapy from my iTunes account, 6music and Guitar Hero.
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Cob Records in Bangor closed its doors for the last time on Saturday 24th March 2012. To celebrate 33 years in business, local bands played as the customers bought up the bargains for sale. Here’s a video of Y Niwl playing in-store…
Y Llongau – Carreg Samson.
Superbly filmed at Cob Records in Bangor.
Dyl Mei says, ‘Performed live with the help of Y Niwl for S4C programme Bandit, I can’t sing for shit, so Alun Tan was kind enough to step in and stop me looking like a prick. The song is about a massive rock in Borth y Gest, Not sure if you can get more pretentious that that.’
Check Dyl Mei’s excellent blog on obscure Welsh releases that no one remembers…