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Credit To The Edit T-Shirts

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Our t-shirt link-up with NoWayBack has proved fruitful during the past 18 months, with a number of limited GW Edit designs – all sold out with the exception of the recent marl grey version: http://blog.gregwilson.co.uk/2016/07/gw-no-way-back-tshirt/

A new ‘Credit To The Edit’ design is now available – 2 shirts, both in navy blue (with white or with sky blue lettering). You can order from the Greg Wilson page at the NoWayBack store: http://www.nowaybackstore.co.uk/collections/greg-wilson

Credit To The Edit was originally a 2005 CD compilation of edits I’d put together (also spawning 3 x 12” releases) complete with a pair of original tape edits I did back in the mid-’80s. There was also a volume 2 in 2009. Both albums were issued by Tirk. Tracklistings and sleeve notes for these compilations can be found on this page:
http://www.electrofunkroots.co.uk/category/greg-wilson/

Credit To The Edit

More recently I’ve used the term in context with curated events at Festival No.6 in Portmeirion and for the Red Bull Music Academy in Liverpool. For these I’ve been joined by Derek Kaye, Henry Greenwood and Peza, 3 DJ / editors whose work I greatly admire – a number of their reworks appearing amongst my A&R Edits selections, whilst Derek and Peza have also worked with me on various remixes for Super Weird Substance and other labels.
https://www.discogs.com/label/551378-AR-Edits
https://soundcloud.com/super-weird-substance/sets/club-mixes

Following the success of the recent gatherings, further Credit To The Edit events are already planned for 2017.

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2 Responses to Credit To The Edit T-Shirts

  1. Mario Carneiro Neto November 11, 2016 at 6:03 pm #

    Greg, will we see more A&R edits releases any time soon?

  2. greg wilson November 16, 2016 at 1:27 am #

    Hi Mario – never say never, but there’s only so much you can do, and I’ve had to commit my time to my own record label and a myriad of other stuff, so it hasn’t been on the agenda for a while. Another factor was the ridiculous length of time it was taking to get pressings – the long long wait for the final release in the series (‘It’s Your Favourite Foreign Movie’), which we’d wanted for festival season, but didn’t arrive until months later, slowed the momentum. Still, a very nice series if I say so myself, and always there to be added to if time allows.

    greg

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