Tuesday, May 12, 2015

The J.A.M.M.S. / KLF - Shag Times (Import CD / 1989)

01 All You Need Is Love 5:01
02 Don't Take Five (Take What You Want) 4:06
03 Whitney Joins The JAMS 7:09
04 Downtown 4:28
05 Candyman 3:28
06 Burn The Bastards 6:30
07 Doctorin' The Tardis 3:37
08 Whitney Joins The JAMS (Remix) 6:38
09 I Love Disco 2000 5:29
10 Downtown (Remix) 6:30
11 Burn The Beat (Club Mix) 4:58
12 Prestwich Prophet's Grin 4:17
13 The Porpoise Song (Instrumental Remix) 5:14
14 Doctorin' The Tardis (Minimal) 4:32

Here's the other early release I was talking about in my previous JAMMS/KLF post. I find this one to be a bit more cohesive as an entire CD. It was/is still a very rare and expensive CD. It includes the 'Whitney Joins The Jams' and 'All You Need Is Love', which the band was sued over regarding full on sample stealing! 'Burn The Beat' and 'I Love Disco 2000' I have on 12 inch singles...somewhere. Most recognizable will be the moderate to heavily played club hit 'Doctorin' The Tardis'. There are two versions here, both are a great listen compared with the 1988 glossy double 12 inch releases featuring Gary Glitter and 'Ford'. Either way, if you don't know this, now you will. It's a fine example of where the boys were headed to in future releases.

Doctor: Who


  1. -= Faith Healer =-May 12, 2015 at 12:55 PM


    I had the other version of Doctorin The Tardis and actually used to play it (always well received by the dancefloor!)!


    I have the complete KLF discography, but I did not have these J.A.M.M.S. versions.


    1. Your welcome! As always, thanks for commenting!

  2. Thank you for this, lookin forward to hearing Downtown again, never got round to digitising mine from vinyl

    1. Thanks for taking time to comment!

  3. Both of your KLF/JAMMS offerings are greatly appreciated, sir. I regret never having purchased them back in the day, so thanks for correcting my longtime error!

  4. RE KLF/Jams , check out this fan made mix...
    Totally magical.
    Herbal T