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Blue Navigator 11
is good and ready!

Current issue of Blue Navigator – the zine devoted to Michael Hurley & Pals – is still available - with bonus comic and CD
After an antediluvian gestation (some magazine titles have come and gone since this issue was first announced) Blue Navigator 11 has finally dropped. And what a load this time!
Stuffed inside a delux hardback cover with opening flaps (featuring a Hurley record store mural) and multiple pockets, the new issue sits alongside a collector's edition of Enda-Line Comics and a bonus CD of rare and unreleased songs. The odd postcard is also included.
The Wire, December 2014, Review
More Content & Order information here


Buy Downloads
Purchase Michael Hurley, Peter Stampfel and Ed Deane tracks from eMusic, 'the No1 site for independent music' and from iTunes.

Red Peters Rare Recordings 1968-1989
Tipperary-born Red Peters (1946-2012) sang as he felt it – with utter involvement, utter passion and total respect for the truth and soul of the music he made his own. Back in 1970s and 1980s Dublin, his fans knew and loved him for singing the most powerful, most fiercely intense Blues and Rhythm & Blues that could be heard in the country at that time. This unique collection of rare live recordings and an hour-long RTE Radio Special from 1981 celebrates not just the genius of Red but also a vibrant period in Dublin’s musical story. More info here

“This CD is amazing and my favorite record of 2014 … well done to everyone involved“ Luka Bloom
“Beautiful packaging – a masterpiece”
Niall Toner, Roots Freeway RTE1

  Live Snock Songs and interview on National Public Radio. Also has link to brief overview by Joel Rose on Weekend Edition.



Blue Hills LP
"A new set of contemporary recordings from Michael Hurley that are as timeless as ever".
6 track EP/LP from Mississippi Records in Portland, Oregon. Recorded in Astoria by the author and in Louisville Kentucky by Aaron Rosenblum



Issue 10
Issue No.10 of Blue Navigator, the fanzine devoted to Michael Hurley and Pals is out of print.