Record Store Day 2014
This special vinyl pressing features 2 singles by The Wild Feathers. Side A features current radio single “Got It Wrong” off of the band’s self-titled debut album. Side B features a previously unreleased song, “Marie.” Both songs were produced and recorded by Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Cage The Elephant, Amos Lee) at his studio in Nashville, TN.
B-side Is previously unreleased.
"Got It Wrong (Clearmountain Mix)"/"Marie"
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The first ever physical release of musical segments from the popular podcast Live From High Fidelity, which finds vinyl obsessives Tom DeSavia and Eric Gorfain talking about recent finds and wish lists. The translucent green vinyl features some of the best of the musical guests who have been recorded Live From High Fidelity.
SIDE ONE: "Wonderful To Be In A Record Store"--Van Dyke Parks, "See America"--Grant-Lee Phillips, "Broken Circle"--Rhett Miller, "Thirteen"--Jon Auer, "Kinks Shirt"--Matt Nathanson, "One Kind Favor"--Paul F. Tompkins, "Side A & Side B"--Van Dyke Parks SIDE TWO: "Way Ahead of the Curve"--Van Dyke Parks, "Untitled #1"--Josh Hayden and Matt Mayhall of Spain, "Six Feet Under"--Jon Auer, "Question"--Rhett Miller, "Can't See Straight"--Sam Phillips, "Juicebox"--The Section Quartet, "I Knew It Would End Like This"--Van Dyke Parks
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Mali is a fabled land of musical giants and this Rough Guide features the towering figures of Oumou Sangare, Ali Farka Touré and Basekou Kouyate. However the music of Mali is now under threat as never before. In the words of singer Fatoumata Diawara, 'music has always brought hope in Mali. Music has always been strong and spiritual.'
French chilean artist Aillacara 2743, begin this year by bringing back today a hot afro latin funk influence. The 7" single sounds in the way of 70's psyche afro cuban funk productions from the famous Egrem artists such like Los Van Van and Grupo Irakere. (Limited edition 400 copies pressed) 45RPM 7" Full-color label and full-color Electric Cowbell sleeve with die-cut center. "No Mate" is a mid tempo afro cuban son with a strong message coming from native american wisdom. A call to humanity taking place in the amazonian tribes protest to defend their lands from companies. Aillacara 2743 sing here his first song with Roni Alkekengi. "Para La Libertad" is a dynamic uptempo afro son dedicated to freedom. People's freedom to enjoy life and to dance. Rémi Roux Probel plays trumpet and congas solos.
Alvarius B (Alan Bishop) and Sir Richard Bishop are brothers who were two thirds of the legendary ethno-jokester-punks Sun City Girls. "If You Don't Like It... DON'T!" represents the first ever split release between the Bishop brothers under their own name performing original material. Each of the brothers has their own side to this LP and each contributes new instrumental tracks recorded in 2013 specifically for this release. Housed within a gatefold jacket and from a one-time pressing, this thirty-five minute LP is essential for fans of the Sun City Girls fans, fans of the brothers' solo works and of outsider rock.
A limited edition reissue of 2000 for RSD 2014; completely remastered discography of this phenomenal yet humble early- mid 80's hardcore/Thrash Metal band. This is a special RSD 2014 reissue with DVD containing COMPLETELY UNRELEASED footage
LP pressing exclusively for RSD 2014 from Bis. The band's early releases were on Glasgow's Chemikal Underground label, run by The Delgados, before transferring to Wiiija where labelmates included Cornershop. In the United States, their records appeared on the underground label K Records, and on the Beastie Boys' Grand Royal label. They toured extensively both in the UK and abroad— their diverse influences reflected in the kind of acts they appeared with: Pavement, Garbage, Luscious Jackson, Foo Fighters and Gary Numan amongst them. The group became a favourite of the likes of Blur, John Peel and Green Day, despite a particularly hostile review by Steven Wells in the New Musical Express entitled "The Sinking of the Bis-Lark".
The second release for Public Hi-Fi's Sessions Series features a single from Austin-based artist, Dana Falconberry. Between full-band sessions at Public Hi-Fi for Falconberry's forthcoming LP, she and Jim Eno spent a few days in December collaborating with different techniques and sounds for a few extra songs. This experiment birthed "Palmless" and "Seven Hills," two ethereal soundscapes that create a bed of synthesized tones and rhythms to underpin Falconberry's gently persuasive vocal delivery. "Palmless" was inspired by the first flight of two baby great blue heron birds, and "Seven Hills" is a contemplative piece about the woes of leaving magnificently inspiring places while on tour. Eno produced, engineered and mixed both tracks and also provided most of the arrangements and drum sequences. The vinyl release's custom packaging includes silk-screened artwork for the cover, and each 12” comes with a high quality digital download card. This will be the third release on Eno's Public Hi-Fi Records along with Austin's B3 trio, Dupree, and Norwegian songsmith Sondre Lerche.
One Way Static Records is proud to announce the release of this historical motion picture soundtrack written by David Hess. Now available as a limited and numbered PICTURE DISC EDITION with printed inner sleeve (1,500 copies worldwide). Comes with EXTENSIVE & EXCLCUSIVE liner notes from RUGGERO DEODATO (Cannibal Holocaust, The House On The Edge Of The Park) ULLI LOMMEL (The Boogey Man, Zodiac Killer) FRANCO NERO (Django, Django Unchained, Die Hard 2) GIOVANNI LOMBARDO RADICE (The House On The Edge Of The Park, Cannibal Ferox, City Of The Living Dead) MARC SHEFFLER (Happy Days, Who's The Boss?, Charles In Charge) … and many more. * Record Store Day 2014 PICTURE DISC EDITION. Limited and numbered to 1,500 copies worldwide __Packaged in a cardboard picture disc sleeve with printed insert __Comes With Extensive And Exclusive Liner Notes Born in 1936 in New York City, David Hess began his career when he recorded the original version of the Otis Blackwell composition "All Shook Up" under the stage name Dave Hill in 1956. The song became a Number 1 hit for Elvis Presley a year later and Hess became a songwriter at Shalimar Music. David went on to compose "Start Movin'" for Sal Mineo and "Rockin' Shoes" for the Ames Brothers. He continued to write songs for Elvis throughout the '50s and '60s, (including the Presley hit "I Got Stung" that was later covered by The Beatles). Other Hess tunes performed by The King include "Come Along," and "Make Me Know You're Mine" (first performed by Conway Twitty). "Your Hand, Your Heart, Your Love" became a 60s hit when it was performed by Andy Williams. In 1963 David wrote and recorded "Speedy Gonzalez," which became a number one single for Pat Boone, selling more than eight million copies worldwide. David then recorded two solo albums for Kapp Records, again topping the charts, this time with a Top Ten folk hit called "Two Brothers." After a career as a record company executive, including becoming head of A&R at Mercury Records (where he co-wrote the Grammy award winning 1970 rock opera ‘The Naked Carmen’) in New York and working with PolyGram Records’ German affiliate in the 1970s, Hess took on the role of actor, writer, director and producer in the movie industry.
Jenks "Horseback, Mount Moriah" Miller and James "Wooden Wand" Toth share a lot of the same musical influences in addition to being two of the most unique voices in underground music over the past decade. Every release from these gentlemen individually shares DNA with what came before but always takes the listener on an exciting new twist. Both Miller and Toth greatly admire the work of the other and ecstatically wanted to share a record where they could combine their own material into a cohesive whole. Each of the men have contributed their own full side to this 36 minute LP consisting of new material recorded in 2013 specifically for this release. Housed within a gatefold jacket and from a one-time pressing, this split LP is essential for fans of the Horseback, Mount Moriah, Wooden Wand, heavy/dark tunes and outsider rock.
12" clear vinyl with coloured yarn pressed inside the record. Extremely limited edition just for Record Store Day with only 1,000 units being made in the US. The vinyl will contain 4 tracks including "Mess On A Mission", and 3 remixes.
TRACK LISTING: "Mess on a Mission", "Blah Vets", "Mess On A Mission (Black Bananas Freezer Jam Remix)", "Mess On A Mission (Silent Servant Remix)"
This Record Store Day exclusive 7" features two brand new songs from Mike Watt and his Italian band, il sogno del marinaio. The two tracks were recorded in Italy during the same session as their forthcoming second album, shortly after their performance at All Tomorrow's Parties End of an Era Festival.
"Mud Puddle"/"We Come To Learn"
Take a trip into space with musicians Howe Gelb, Neko Case, Victoria Williams, John Covertino (Calexico), and many more in this limited edition 7 inch vinyl. Includes songs Satellite of Love, Mars Cassette Waltz, and Untethered Space Walk from the award winning animation comedy film Mars (Starring Mark Duplass of The League and Safety Not Guaranteed).
COLDPLAY / Midnight (7" Vinyl Single w/Etched B-Side)
Coldplay is releasing a limited 7-inch vinyl edition of the new song "Midnight," from the upcoming Ghost Stories album.
The one-sided vinyl will feature an original etching on its reverse by Mila Fürstová, who also created the new album's artwork.
Sun Ra's orchestra was at its most radical during this period, alternating simple chants with very outside playing and dense ensembles. Remastered and pressed on vinyl for the first time in over three decades, this limited edition Record Store Day title will feature a psychedelic color LP and exclusive cover art.
LP pressing- Record Store Day compilation of bands covering songs originally made famous by fictional bands. Includes covers of Josie & The Pussycats, Eddie & The Cruisers, Daria + more.
Songs include: Radiator Hospital - "How Did I Ever Get So Lucky?" (The Cattanooga Cats) Sadie Dupuis (of Speedy Ortiz) - "Pretend to be Nice" by Josie and The Pussycats (Josie and The Pussycats) Potty Mouth - "Take Me Away" by Pink Slip (Freaky Friday) Field Mouse - “That Thing You Do” by The Oneders (That Thing You Do) Body Parts - "Stand Out" by Max Goof (The Goofy Movie) Cocktails - "The Dark Side" by Eddie and The Cruisers (Eddie and The Cruisers) The Everywheres - "Eep Opp Ork Ah-Ah" by Jet Screamer (The Jetsons) Bent Shapes - "Ow, My Face!" by Mystik Spiral (Daria)
This limited edition split single series celebrates the launch of Easy Sound Recording Company, a new indie/folk label. Presented in chipboard jackets with die-cut large center holes, these 7" releases mark selection #s 1, 2, and 3 from the new label and collect unreleased recordings from each of the label's 6 'founding' artists (Vetiver, Howlin Rain, The Donkeys, Papercuts, Rodrigo Amarante, and Eric D. Johnson of Fruit Bats/Shins fame). These titles will be collectible as a group and share a common artwork concept.
Johnny Cash with His Hot and Blue Guitar is the debut album of country singer Johnny Cash. Released in 1957, it was the first LP ever issued on Sam Phillips' Sun Records label. Currently out of print, the album is being remastered and reissued on an exclusive blue color vinyl for Record Store Day. This limited edition pressing of 3,000 units will be numbered with a foil stamp on each jacket.