SOUND IT OUT DVD - ultra limited edition 7″ gatefold with 4 track baby blue vinyl EP SOLD OUT
£19.99 Sold Out
We have produced an ultra limited edition 7″ gate-fold version of the DVD.
Region Free, Pal DVD
Featuring double 7″ gate-fold sleeve with artwork by Amy Blackwell, DVD mounted on sleeve notes with credits for supporters of the film on IndieGoGo and thank yous by the director. DVD is printed with grooves, just like a vinyl record.
Including a hand numbered, 4 track baby blue vinyl soundtrack ep –
Saint Saviour: When you smile
The Chapman Family: Sound of the Radio
Detective Instinct: Witches Birdies
Das Wanderlust: Pyrmintro
Vinyl run limited to just 500 copies. Only a few left. When they're gone, they're gone!
More photos: http://www.sounditoutdoc.com/?p=2158
We may even throw in a badge.
DVD/vinyl available from February 13, 2012 - any orders placed before this date will be treated as a pre-sale and will be sent out on the release date.
Cinema Versa Award Best Documentary – Leeds International Film festival 2011
Sound it Out is a loving portrait of a the last remaining independent record store in Teesside, with over 500 independent record shops closing their doors in the last five years, director Jeanie Finlay wanted to capture the shop for posterity and as a gift for everyone, including herself, who used to shop there.
Over the last five years an independent record shop has closed in the UK every three days.
Sound It Out Records is run by the dryly philosophical Tom Butchart, whose wealth of knowledge helps his customers to find the song they’ve just heard in the pub or to track down that elusive rare vinyl they need to add to their collection.
The film follows a number of the shop’s long standing customers and takes us into their worlds of music, from the Makina boys and the devout Status Quo fan to the presenters of dance music
radio show run from a garden shed in Billingham. Sound It Out Records stocks all types of music from Abba to Zappa, and everything in-between (even the occasional classical piece too), however Tom comments, “I tend to sell a lot of hard music, but it’s a hard area.”
Tom provides the kind of personal touch that you won't find on the high street and the shop also plays host to live performances from regional artists and bands.
A distinctive, funny and intimate film about men, the North and the irreplaceable role music plays in our lives. High Fidelity with a Northern Accent