Friday, August 10, 2007

Tolerance - Anonym LP (Vanity 0004) 1979

Here is a request response.

This is a complete copy of the first Tolerance LP originally posted at another great site, Direct Waves, but apparently missing a large portion of side B

Tolerance were the only group to release two LPs on Vanity. This album really bridges the gap between the 70's & 80's. Starting off with hazy trips resembling the cosmic realm of krautrock and following through to more experimental diy thats sits aside the output of Sema and early Nurse with Wound.

In the liner notes to this album is the phrase 'Dedicated to the quiet men from a tiny girl' - a phrase that inspired the title of the third NWW album.

Here is the full tracklist - some of the tracks in the file are truncated.

Side A:
Two Owls
I wanna be a homicide

Side B:
Laughin in the shadows
through the glass
Voyage au bout de la nuit

I believe that leaves the first Vanity label LP (by Dada) that hasn't been archived to the web. After responding to a couple other requests here, next up will be the three Vanity 7"s.



Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot, David! A lot of us have been dying to hear this whole thing since January or so (when Mutant Sounds posted it - however, their rip only contained 7 minutes or so of Side B).

Really appreciate it! Thanks again and have a nice weekend.

Anonymous said...

Sweet mother of God, thank you! I owe you one.

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to the three Vanity seven inchers. Excellent blog - thanks for everything!

Anonymous said...

Great! It was worth the wait.
I think this will be one of my favourite Vanity releases, I'm presenly listening to the incredible last track, Voyage Au Bout De La Nuit, over and over again. The NWW comparison is truly deserved. Thank you very much.

Anonymous said...

Thankyou so very much. I'd never even considered joining rapidshare before but your blog forced my hand. You should be on some kind of commission!
Thanks again.

time warner cable said...

this is fantastic, cheers. anyone have any idea where to find Tolerance's "Today's Thrill" flexi-single...?