|Short Stories For Pauline|
|1-1||At First Sight||4:15|
|1-5||Destroy, She Said||3:45|
|1-7||Journeys By Vespa||3:20|
|1-8||Take Some TIme Out||3:31|
|1-14||A Room In Southport||4:24|
|Live In Bruxelles 13 August 1981|
|2-1||Sketch For Dawn||5:09|
|2-5||Sketch For Summer||2:14|
|2-7||Stains (Useless Body)||3:10|
|2-8||The Missing Boy||8:01|
|2-9||Self Portrait (Version)||5:44|
|2-10||For Belgian Friends||2:06|
Interviewer – Marcel Vanthilt
|LTMCD 2508||The Durutti Column||Short Stories For Pauline (CD, Album, RM + CD, Album, RE, RM)||LTM||LTMCD 2508||UK||2012|
|none||The Durutti Column||Short Stories For Pauline (14xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 320)||Factory Benelux||none||2017|
|fbn36||The Durutti Column||Short Stories For Pauline (LP, Album, Ltd)||Factory Benelux||fbn36||UK||2012|
|LTMCDU2508||The Durutti Column||Short Stories For Pauline (2xCD, Album, RE, RM, Pap)||LTM||LTMCDU2508||Japan||2014|
|fbn36, FBN 36||The Durutti Column||Short Stories For Pauline (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Cle)||Factory Benelux, Factory Benelux||fbn36, FBN 36||UK||2017|
Short Stories for Pauline, 2012. Short Stories for Pauline, 2012.
Vini Reilly’s adventurous post-punk unit have one of the long and knottiest discographies around, but their lost fourth album is probably their most mythologized recording. Short Stories for Pauline was originally recorded back in 1983 for Factory Benelux, Factory Records’ Belgian sister label. Reilly obliged, writing 1984′s Without Mercy and letting Short Stories For Pauline slide out of view. The new release will be the first time that the album has been released in its original form (note: certain tracks have previously cropped up on the occasional compilation, most notably Crépuscule’s Hommage a Marguerite Duras collection).
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Durutti Column's Short Stories For Pauline – completely with evocative if somewhat sleepy photographs taken by Honore at Factory's Didsbury office – is a cultish affair recorded at Daylight Studios, Brussels in 1983 and never released, at least until LTM stepped in two years ago. That the album remained lost for so long serves to highlight the postulating relationship between Vini Reilly and Factory label boss, Tony Wilson, whose A&R interferences could sometimes seem cumbersome. It is the album the Durutti's always wanted to make and, as it happened, had! No such issues clouded the 1981 release of LC though, which immediately built upon the foundations of debut album, Return Of The Durutti Column. It was arguably the album that most effectively sealed Vini Reilly with his cult status capsule, thereby allowing him free reign to follow his drifting mischievous muse. Short Stories For Pauline was originally recorded back in 1983 for Factory Benelux, Factory Records’ Belgian sister label