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Three years of music by Vivien Goldman to be released

Staubgold dig into the archive of the music writer and musician

Staubgold is set to release a collection of works by the New York based UK music writer and musician Vivien Goldman. Focusing on Goldman's three musicial formations over a three year period, Resolutionary (Songs 1979–1982), includes tracks from her solo career, her work with The Flying Lizards, and as one half of the Parisian duo Chantage alongside Eve Blouin.

Most of the tracks were produced by Adrian Sherwood, and they feature contributions from PiL’s John Lydon, Keith Levene and Bruce Smith; Steve Beresford, David Toop, The Raincoats’ Vicky Aspinall, Robert Wyatt, The Slits’ Viv Albertine, Neneh Cherry, and others.

Resolutionary (Songs 1979–1982) will be released by Staubgold on 20 May.

Listen to “Launderette”, originally from Dirty Washing (1981) and now included on the forthcoming Resolutionary set.