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Copy Master recorded for Factory in 1983 with Chris Nagle engineering.
Box lists tracks as 'An I.C.' and 'Chance'.
Tape reel states 'Some Now Are Master' and 'Heaven's Gate'.
Artefact added : 5th June 2007
by mark leary
Cooperman Says –
"An I.C" is An Immaculate Conception which appeared on the Wake debut LP 'Harmony'. Chance was included on the Factory Benelux pressings only of the LP. Not too sure what "Some Now Are" and "Heavens Gate" refer to??
indiearchivist Says –
Some Now Are are a different band, they released a 7" in 1983 which was produced by Peter Hook - "recorded in Stockport, Manchester" (it says so on the sleeve; Strawberry, presumably). The b-side on that single is called "The Heaviest Gate". Perhaps these are the tracks on the actual reel?
COMMENT ADDED 10th December 2007
Truth Says –
At the time of this recording Some Now Are were a seven piece band. They supported The Smiths with this line up in the 1980s. They also supported New Order and The Stockholm Monsters amongst others in the 1980s as an electro 3 piece band. This looks like the Master tape from their second single A side "Truth to Tell" B Side "The Heaviest Gate", there was also a dub mix of the A side on the single. This was recorded at Strawberry Studios Stockport in 1983 and it was produced by Peter Hook who also did the drum machine programming, played electronic drum percussion on the B side and also added to the chant like vocal and clapping on the A side. Some Now Are also had another track that was produced by Peter Hook. This was titled "Begging You" This was recorded at Suite 16 in Rochdale again in the 1980s and was planned as a follow up single but was not released due to a lack of funds! Some Now Are also worked at Suite 16 on a number of other recordings in the 1980s with CJ and Rex engineering/producing.
COMMENT ADDED 27th December 2014
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