A 2020 blue vinyl edition of Short Stories For Pauline, the ‘lost’ fourth album - originally recorded in 1983 - by  The Durutti Column
Limited to just 500 copies, this edition also features a new cover image by photographer Mark Warner.
Purchases through Burning Shed come with a download of full album (available in Your Account)
Originally recorded by Vini Reilly in Brussels in November 1983, the 14 track album features several key Durutti works including College, A Room In Southport and (best of all) Duet. Recorded with Tuxedomoon viola player Blaine L. Reininger, this poignant instrumental proved - ironically – to be the downfall of the album, after Factory founder (and Durutti manager) Tony Wilson insisted that Duet form the basis of an entire neo-classical album. Thus Duet became Without Mercy in 1984, and Short Stories for Pauline was shelved.
 Other guest musicians on the album include drummer Alain Lefebvre, harpist Anne van den Troost and sax player Eric Sleichim.
 Just 500 copies of the blue vinyl edition will be pressed. Purchasers can also redeem a free digital version (MP3).
1. At First Sight
2. Duet
3. College
4. Invitations
5. Destroy, She Said
6. Model
7. Journeys By Vespa
1. Take Some Time Out
2. A Silence
3. Mirror A
4. Cocktail
5. Telephone Call
6. Mirror B
7. A Room in Southport