Available on 28 August 2007 on Six Degrees Records
 "Dreams Money Can Buy" DVD was released in 2006 (UK Pal Format).
Dubbed as "Antique Beats", The Real Tuesday Weld is the most original sound I've come across in a while! It's hard to explain the sound, but just think of it as basically taking 1930s records and transformed them into modern songs. That's exactly what the UK-based band does.
Even stranger is the origin of the band: frontsman, Stephen Coates, started his band based on a dream he had meeting actress Tuesday Weld and Al Bowlly.
I'm including two different songs from them to represent their sound, from The London Book Of The Dead, which was released today.
There's a ton of other really strong songs on the new record, but I'm limited to just choosing a few songs for you guys. The first song I've picked out is "I Believe". It has a wonderful hook and features Coates on vocals. The other song sounds like there's two or three different records mixed together. Both songs are simply fantastic.
Doing research, I found out that their early releases are completely out of print and are extremely hard to find. "Used" prices tend to be in the $50 range. Clicking on the discography link will take you to the various record companies that put out their records.
The Real Tuesday Weld also appeared as the alternative soundtrack to 1947's Dreams Money Can Buy DVD, but unfortunately was released in the UK only. However, you can always get a region-free player.