Record Store Day 2018
The first release of new Alarm material since 2013 comes in the form of this Where The Two Rivers Meet EP, which is being released exclusively on RSD 2018. Featuring eight tracks (five exclusive to the EP), almost 40 mins of new music, as a prelude to an album scheduled for May 2018. Also featuring a special guest appearance from The Cult guitarist Billy Duffy. The EP reflects Alarm tradition with the use of both Electric & Acoustic sides.
Side A (Electric Side) 1. Two Rivers 2. Transatlantic 3. Blood Red Viral Black 4. The White Count
Side B (Acoustic Side) 1. Armageddon In The Morning 2. Thirteen Dead Reindeers 3. Crowd Trouble 4. Year One
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The first ever reissue of a blistering garage cut with lead vocals by the Beaver himself! Jerry Mathers, circa 1966! It’s got the grit of Eddie Haskell, but it’s the voice of the Beave! Gold vinyl packaged in a space age envelope style sleeve with liner notes penned by Jerry himself.
"Happiness Is Havin'"/"In Misery"
Dickey Betts may not have had the name but he was a co-founder and the ongoing heart and soul of the Allman Brothers. With the deaths of Duane and then Gregg, Dickey slipped into semi-retirement. This show was recorded in August, 1978 with his back-up band, Great Southern, at the Lone Star Roadhouse in New York City and simulcast on WLIR on Long Island. Dickey Betts and Great Southern riffed on some of the Allman Bros. best known hits: "Blue Sky", "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed", "Jessica", Statesboro Blues", "One Way Out", "Southbound" and other gems. Dickey is backed by Warren Haynes- guitar/vocals, Johnny Neel- keyboard/vocals, Matt Abts- percussion and Marty Privette- bass. Special appearances by Rick Derringer, Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor. It was just announced that Dickey was embarking on his first tour in some time, touring with his son Duane sharing lead guitar..
Disc 1: Blue Sky, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed, Duane's Tune, Jessica
Disc 2: Statesboro Blues, One Way Out, Rock 'n Roll Hoochie Coo, Spoonful, Southbound
These demo recordings are an invaluable addition to the unique catalog of material written and recorded by early 1970’s folk singer Tia Blake, best known for her lost classic album Folksongs and Ballads, released on the small French SFP label in 1971. Born Christiana Elizabeth Wallman April 13, 1952 in Columbus, Georgia, Tia moved to Paris when she was 18 years old, where she learned how to play acoustic guitar and was introduced to Michel Bachelet and Jean-Paul Smets, the owner and A&R manager of SFP, who asked her to record her first album. Recorded in Montreal and Paris, this 10" EP features demos of traditional ballads and original songs by Blake and has been remastered from original tapes. First time on vinyl.
Side A Montreal 1976, CBC Studio A: My Father is a Lonely Man (2:24), Yellow Hair (2:53) Country Boy (3:20)
Side B Paris 1973: Betty and Dupree (2:56), Hangman (2:59) Traditional. Child Ballad #95, White Bird (2:14), Wish I was a Single Girl Again (2:53) , Wish I was a Single Girl Again (Rehearsal) (1:12)
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This previously unreleased 3LP was recorded live at Earls Court, London on the 30th June and 1st July, 1978 by Tony Visconti. It was mixed by David and David Richards at Mountain Studios, Montreux from 17th – 22nd January, 1979. The newly designed trifold sleeve features imagery by photographers Sukita and Chris Walter.
In a cramped club on the lower east side of Manhattan, armed with only an electric guitar, Jeff Buckley stunned audiences with his mysterious, emotionally uncompromising live sets, packed with eclectic covers and his own originals. The four-track Live at Sin-e EP, released in 1993 was his debut release for Columbia Records; here it's expanded as a numbered, limited edition in a deluxe hard-shell slipcase housing four individually designed LP jackets and an eight page, full color booklet of photos and liner notes. Live versions of favorites like "Grace", "Last Goodbye" and Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" appear here on vinyl for the first time.
Side A 1. Be Your Husband [Live] 2. Lover, You Should've Come Over [Live] 3. Mojo Pin [Live] 4. Monologue - Duane Eddy, Songs for Lovers [Live]
Side B 5. Grace [Live] 6. Monologue - Reverb, The Doors [Live] 7. Strange Fruit [Live] 8. Night Flight [Live]
Side C 9. If You Knew [Live] 10. Monologue - Fabulous Time for a Guinness [Live] 11. Unforgiven (Last Goodbye) [Live] 12. The Twelfth of Never [Live] 13. Monologue - Cafe Days [Live]
Side D 14. Monologue - Eternal Life [Live] 15. Eternal Life [Live] 16. Just Like a Woman [Live] 17. Monologue - False Start, Apology, Miles Davis [Live] 18. Calling You [Live]
Side E 19. Monologue - Nusrat, He's My Elvis [Live] 20. Yeh Jo Halka Saroor Hae [Live] 21. Monologue - I'm a Ridiculous Person [Live] 22. If You See Her, Say Hello [Live]
Side F 23. Monologue - Matt Dillon, Hollies, Classic Rock Radio [Live] 24. Dink's Song [Live] 25. Monologue - Musical Chairs [Live] 26. Drown In My Own Tears [Live] 27. Monologue - The Suckiest Water [Live]
Side G 28. The Way Young Lovers Do [Live] 29. Monologue - Walk Through Walls [Live] 30. Je N'en Connais Pas La Fin [Live] 31. I Shall Be Released [Live]
Side H 32. Sweet Thing [Live] 33. Monologue - Good Night Bill [Live] 34. Hallelujah [Live]
The Animals. What can one say about the Animals? Out of sight? That’s old. That they fly? They’ve been flying since they began. That they’re great. This record proves it. Well, if one were looking for things to say, one could say that everything is better about this album, especially the recording of vocals and drums. But, of course, the only real question is, how is Eric? Eric is, of course, in orbit (he’s also the lead vocalist, for those of you who aren’t Animals fans). The whole of side one is an uninterrupted symphony of R&B. Just listen to the two versions of the absurdly great “C. C. Rider”. On the other hand (also on the other side, side two) is most of their psychedelic material. Compared to the previous Animals albums, this just seems to pack a little more punch than any of the others with the possible exception of Animal Tracks. Jenkins’s drumming really makes a difference in the overall sound. The group seems freer now, especially on the uptempo material (check “Shake, Rattle And Roll”). And Burdon’s vocals seem to be constantly improving, which is a crucial point. I can think of nothing he has done previously to equal “Tobacco Road” or “When I Was Young.” In any event, the fact is that this album rocks. And when the Animals rock, no one can touch them. My one hope is that there is enough material in the can to put out another album as good as this one. Limited to 2000 copies worldwide.
Side 1: Tracks 1-3: 21 January 1967 live in Hamburg. Tracks 4-6: 20 January 1967 live in Offenbach. Side 2: Tracks 1-5: January 1967 Tracks 6-7: October 1967. Side 1: 1. C. C. Rider 2. A Love Like Ours 3. Shake, Rattle And Roll 4. Tobacco Road 5. Roadrunner 6. C. C. Rider Side 2 1. Paint It Black 2. When I Was Young 3. The Same Thing 4. Rockin’ The Blues 5. Connection 6. San Franciscan Nights* 7. Good Times* 8. Eric Burdon interviews
Reissue of the long out of print 2010 debut album from one of 2017's breakout acts! Features brand new cover art! Single LP on black vinyl + DL Card
1. Itotiani, 2. La Samoana, 3. A Hundred Dead and Loving Souls, 4. Um Dia Do Sol, 5. It’s a Balloon, 6. Lembrancinha, 7. La Manzanita, 8. Soniatl
In 2017, Detroit’s Stef Chura released her debut album, Messes, to widespread acclaim. Stereogum wrote, "In Messes, you can hear the idea that DIY rock music can be as warm and friendly and melodic as any other kind of music.” Pitchfork called Stef’s lyrics "poetic and sharply rendered,” and said the album "falls just right, like a stretched-out sweater with holes in the collar.” Since Messes came out, Stef toured relentlessly, signed with Saddle Creek, and even found time to record some songs with Will Toledo of Car Seat Headrest fame. Those songs can be found on the Record Store Day exclusive 7” Degrees / Sour Honey, available April 21st at your favorite independent record store.
Oliver Coates presents his interpretation of John Luther Adam's Canticles of the Sky. A composition normally for 16, 32 or 48 cellists surrounding an audience, Coates conducted 32 cellists for the UK premiere in Sheffield. Inspired by the performance, Coates recorded himself playing 16 parts, overlaid for this recording and limited vinyl release.
Sky With Four Suns, Sky with Four Moons, Sky With Nameless Colors, Sky With Endless Stars
Only previously available in the Coltrane Mono vinyl box, this is replica of the original ‘My Favorite Things Part I & II’ 7”, a hit single for the legendary jazz giant in 1961. Exclusively for RSD 2018, the stand alone 7” is one-time availability of the single, restricted to the US-only, & limited to 1000 copies worldwide. ‘My Favorite Things Part I & II’ ‘comes in a reproduction of the original 1961 Atlantic Records stock sleeve, and with remastered mono audio from the Atlantic Records vaults.
More than three decades after producing Squeeze's album East Side Story, Elvis Costello teamed up with ?uestlove, Kirk Douglas, Owen Biddle, Ray Angry, and Frank Knuckles to cover "Someone Else's Heart" from the album for this limited edition 45 single! This version of “Someone Else’s Heart” was recorded in 2011 and marked the first time that Elvis and ?uestlove collaborated, igniting the spark that led to 2013’s Wise Up Ghost. This 45 single features “Someone Else’s Heart” on the A-side and the instrumental version of the tune on the B-side. Limited to 4,000 copies worldwide.
"Someone Else's Heart"/"Someone Else's Heart (Instrumental)"
For Record Store Day Czarface will issue “Man’s Worst Enemy”, a multimedia set featuring an all new CZARFACE comic illustrated by Gift Revolver complete with its own 7"" vinyl companion. The 7” will feature a pulse-pounding soundtrack to accompany the comic, material not included on their full-length with MF DOOM and an exclusive remix to Czarface and MF DOOM's “Meddle With Metal!"
1. Man's Worst Enemy Theme 2. Meddle With Metal (7L's NYtyme Mix) 3. Rottsyler Theme 4. MF Czar (Intrumental)
Music giants Jack DeJohnette, Larry Grenadier, John Medeski, and John Scofield, join forces in the electrifying new jazz-meets-rock supergroup, Hudson. Inspired by the beauty and spirit of their home region, New York’s Hudson River Valley, these famed improvisers bring fresh dimensions to Woodstock associated classics by Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Jimi Hendrix and The Band and as well as compelling original compositions.
1. Hudson, 2. El Swing, 3. Lay Lady Lay, 4. Woodstock, 5. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall, 6. Wait Until Tomorrow, 7. Song For World Forgiveness, 8. Dirty Ground, 9. Tony Then Jack, 10. Up On Cripple Creek, 11. Great Spirit Peace Chant, 12. Castles Made Of Sand
New 7" from Dessa limited to 1,000 copies; exclusive to RSD. Includes two Dessa songs; "Quinine" and Boy Crazy (Demo version). Also includes a reading of an unreleased Dessa short story, "And Now A Short Recess". Clear blue vinyl.
1. Quinine 2. And Now A Short Recess 3. Boy Crazy (Demo)
The producer’s own mixes – recently rediscovered - of his seminal EP, expanded with bonus tracks into a 2LP set, with extensive liner notes and unpublished photos.
When Ruff Draft saw its initial release in 2003, J Dilla possessed production skills on par with anyone in hip-hop – technically and creatively. “At the top of his game,” says longtime friend and collaborator, Karriem Riggins. After years of building while modestly deferring to others of both greater and lesser notoriety, Dilla finally completed the first solo endeavor on his own label, entirely on his own terms. The significance of such an autonomous success often gets overlooked, and partly accounts for why Ruff Draft is one of the lesser-referenced entries in Dilla’s oeuvre. “It’s a mysterious little project,” says his mother, Maureen Yancey. “But out of his entire career, that was the happiest time.”
Prior to recording the EP, Dilla found himself at a crossroads. Estranged from his label, MCA, and separated from the mother of his youngest daughter, frustration abounded both personally and professionally. Dilla spent parts of 2002 and 2003 working on an album for MCA that featured his rapping over contributions from other producers with whom he had connected and whose music he respected. At the time, he was known primarily for his beats, yet reviled for his MCing by most anyone not from his hometown of Detroit. The project was to be an intentional freak of the industry.
The project would go on to spur his collaborative album with Madlib, Jaylib, and would first showcase the template that he would take to his greatest heights with 2006’s Donuts. The Stones Throw reissue of Ruff Draft from 2008 featured remixes of the songs from the album, done without Dilla’s involvement. This version of the album takes Dilla’s recently discovered mixes of the album and restores his vision for the project. “Straight from the mothafuckin’ cassette,” as he phrased the sound he was going for on the EP’s intro. It is buttressed by unreleased tracks and is presented in two versions: LP one is the EP as it was originally released; LP 2 is the alternate version that Dilla had for the project. Author Ronnie Reese expands upon his original liner notes to further tell Dilla’s story, in a booklet complete with never before published photographs from the Ruff Draft photo session.
1. Intro 2. Let's Take It Back 3. Reckless Driving 4. Nothing Like This 5. The $ 6. Interlude 7. Make'em NV 8. Interlude 9. Crushin' 10. Shouts 11. Intro (Alt.) 12. Wild 13. Take Notice (Feat. Guilty Simpson) 14. Shouts (Alt.)
The California EP pays homage to Wes’ first full-length release, Florida, where he spent much of his youth. The sonics on California share a similar tone: slow, vibey, & melancholic, a bit of a departure from the sound he has been known for in recent years. The vibe of the EP is somewhat dark, contrary to the warm and carefree lifestyle one would expect of someone living in California. This may very well be a reflection of the bleak underside of fame & excess in Hollywood. The EP is much more than just a handful of tracks; it's an introspective body of work. Diplo has recruited industry heavyweights and newcomers alike, including Santigold, Dram, Lil’ Yachty, MØ, Goldlink and more, as well as LA-based artist, February James, who was commissioned to create inspired portraits of each of the artists that appear on the EP, housed in the gatefold jacket.
SIDE A Worry No More (feat. Lil Yachty & Santigold), Look Back (feat. DRAM)
SIDE B Get It Right (feat. MØ & GoldLink) [Remix] Plus 3 currently unreleased tracks.
Alternate and live versions of songs from their latest album.
"Recurring (Steve's Dream) - 4:55 - outtake from How Did I Find Myself Here
How Did I Find Myself Here (feat. John Paul Jones (purple lap steel) and Chris Cacavas (keyboards)) - 11:26 - recorded in Vadso, Norway
The Medicine Show (feat. Chris Cacavas (keyboards)) - 3:29 - Recorded for Rockpalast / WDR-TV in Bonn, Germany
When You Smile - 4:38
John Coltrane Stereo Blues - 12:08
Glide - 6:11 - Recorded at KEXP in Seattle, WA"
Demon Records are proud to present this limited edition Fawlty Towers picture disc, featuring 2 of the most highly rated episodes ever. The classic episode ‘The Rat’ backed with ‘The Builders’. Created by John Cleese and Connie Booth, Fawlty Towers is a classic BBC programme from the 70s. In 2000 the British Film Institute ranked it number 1 in the 100 Greatest British Television Programmes list.
SIDE A- THE RAT SIDE B- THE BUILDERS
The live version of "You Are The Problem Here" was originally recorded in honor of International Women's Day and is exclusive to this Record Store Day 2018 single.
"You Are The Problem Here (Recorded Live in Stockholm)"/"You Are The Problem Here (Studio Version)"
A limited edition Record Store Day 2018 7" single featuring two original songs inspired by the new Dogfish Head beer Dragons & Yum Yums, a lip-smackingly tart pale ale. Composed by Wayne Coyne, frontman for The Flaming Lips, the lyrics pay tribute to the colorful array of off-centered ingredients in the beer.
"Pouring Beer In Your Ear (The Beer Song)"/"The Story of Yum Yum and Dragon"
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When Fleet Foxes visited Reykjavik last fall for the local Iceland Airwaves festival, they recorded this stunning version of "Crack Up", the title track from last year's critically adored album. Adding to the majesty of the song is Graduale Nobili, the 24 piece choir known for their work with Bjork. The B-side of this RSD 2018 single is a live take on "In The Morning" originally written by Barry Gibb, recorded at last summer's Montreux Jazz Festival.
"Crack Up (Choral Version)"/"In The Morning (Live in Switzerland)"
A Steel Guitar Tribute to the Byrds’ “Sweetheart of the Rodeo” by the Original Steel Guitarists Lloyd Green and Jay Dee Maness. Includes a vocal reprise of "You Ain't Going Nowhere" featuring Jim Lauderdale, Herb Pedersen, Richie Furay, Jeff Hanna, Matraca Berg, Jim Photoglo and Bill Lloyd.
1. You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere 2. I Am A Pilgrim 3. The Christian Life 4. You Don’t Miss Your Water 5. You’re Still On My Mind 6. Pretty Boy Floyd 7. Hickory Wind 8. One Hundred Years From Now 9. Blue Canadian Rockies 10. Life In Prison 11. Nothing Was Delivered 12. You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere (Vocal Reprise)
Collaborative 45RPM 12" release recorded with The Onyx Collective, one of the most hyped and upcoming artists in both NYC and the burgeoning new jazz scene being championed by Kamasi Washington, Cameron Graves, Robert Glasper, Miles Mosley, et al. Nick Hakim released his acclaimed Debut Green Twins earlier in 2017, following up the critical success of his debut EP series Where Will We Go?
Side A Vincent Tyler
Side B The PawnBroker/Rat Race
This long awaited release presents over a dozen previously unissued masters of surprisingly high quality from the premier artist on the American Music label, Bunk Johnson. Digital technology made it possible to remove the reasons - often not musical - that they were not issued at the time, seventy years ago. The venues for the recording sessions varied between the legendary 1944 sound of the San Jacinto Hall to the homes of Bertha Gonsoulin in San Francisco and George Lewis in New Orleans. The album receives its first ever vinyl pressing, spread across two LPs, for Record Store Day 2018. The recording were remastered for vinyl at Infrasonic Mastering and pressed at Pallas in Germany on color vinyl.
01. Ballin' The Jack 02. Carless Love 03. Panama 04. Good Morning Blues 05. Royal Garden Blues 06. (I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My) Sister Kate 07. Ole Miss 08. Oh! Didn't He Ramble 09. Just A Closer Walk With Thee 10. St. Louis Blues 11. Basin Street Blues 12. Maple Leaf Rag 13. Bunk's Blues In F 14. Slow Drag's Boogie Woogie15. Don't Fence Me In 16. Milenberg Joys
Steve Kalinich is best known for his association with The Beach Boys, with whom he collaborated on songs such as “Little Bird” and “Be Still.” His songwriting partnership with Brian Wilson extends into his solo work, including “A Friend Like You,” the duet between Brian and Paul McCartney. His lyrics have always been imbued with a strong affinity for the transcendental, and this album is no exception, with the music ranging from dark Jim Carroll/Leonard Cohen-ish lamentations (“Things You Cannot Control”) to bluesy r&b rock (“Here With You”) and emphatic rockers (“13th Level” and the title track). Scrambled Eggs is the follow-up record to his first solo album, A WORLD OF PEACE which was produced by Brian Wilson in 1967. It features a dozen new songs by Stevie, cowritten with friends like Dylan LeBlanc, Tara Holloway, Ellis Hooks, Robert “Butch” Johnson, and producer Jon Tiven. Stevie’s poetic sensibilities shine forth, and he is joined by singing partners Black Francis, Bekka Bramlett, Ellis Hooks and the aforementioned Dylan LeBlanc and Tara Holloway. Musicians include Mickey Curry, Todd Snare and Shannon Pollard on drums and percussion, Sally Tiven on bass, Robert “Butch” Johnson and Jon Tiven on guitar and Tiven on most everything else.
SIDE A 1. 15th Level (featuring Black Francis) 2.Who Changed Your Meds? (featuring Bekka Bramlett) 3.Things You Cannot Control 4.Scrambled Eggs 5.Johnny’s Got A Quarter (featuring Tara
Holloway) 6.Tough Life SIDE B 7.Here With You (featuring Ellis Hooks) 8.Wishes Do Not Get Me There (featuring Dylan LeBlanc) 9.Drop Some Kindness 10.If I Could Get The Moments Back 11.Crazy Rock ‘n’ Roll
An exclusive new RSD album comprising remixes and edits of material from Laraaji's recent 'Sun Gong' and 'Bring On The Sun' LPs. This album connects the new age ambience of Laraaji's music to the kaleidoscopic cut-ups of the LA beat scene with remixes, DJ Edits and re-interpretations by Ras G, Natureboy Flako, Dntel, Larry Mizell, Mia Doi Todd, Dexter Story, Carlos Niño, Diva, Benjamin Tierney and Daniel Givens. "Laraaji may be in his 70s, but he's no oldies act. In actuality, he's as timeless as any musician currently treading the boards. Be good to yourself for a change and bask in his magnanimous effusions." - The Stranger
Side A A1. Ocean Flow Zither (Mia Doi Todd Remix) 4:16 A2. Introspection (Dntel Remix) 2:57 A3. Open The Gift (The Treasure Expands Remix by Diva) 2:48 A4. Sun Gong 2 (Gong Sun Edit by Benjamin Tierney) 2:21 A5. Laraajazzi (Natureboy Flako Remix) 3:23 Side B B1. Enthusiasm (Dexter Story Remix) 4:05 B2. LRJ n DUB 2 (Lotus & Lion mix by Daniel Marcellus Givens) 5:14 B3. Laraaji meets La Ras_ G 2:57 B4. LaraajiCollaji (Carlos Niño EDIT + Additions featuring Jamael Dean) 3:17 B5. Change (Mizell Remix) 2:59
Reissue of the only prog LP Takoma Records ever released -- the 1974 slab by L.A.'s Laser Pace. The album's title, Granfalloon, is a term created by the late Kurt Vonnegut to describe a bunch of people who pretend to be an affinity group without having any actual affinity for each other. We're uncertain if that is suppose to refer to factions inside Laser Pace, but no matter. The album is probably the strangest pieces of wax dripped by Takoma (apart from Charlie Nothing, natch) and seems wildly out of synch with the label's presumed focus. But is a goddamn monster of odd charm, no two ways about it.
A1 Closet Casualty A2 Avatar A3 (Whoever) You Are (You) A4 Sky Fell B1 Endless B2 Oh Yeah? B3 Redemption B4 Scatter
Self-titled debut album of experimental band Latin Playboys. First time on vinyl. Latin Playboys is a musical group comprising David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez, Mitchell Froom and Tchad Blake, active in the 1990s. The band began with a series of demo recordings made by Hidalgo on a home cassette tape 4-track machine. The demos were intended for Hidalgo's main group, Los Lobos, but producer/keyboardist Froom thought the demos were interesting enough on their own to justify a new band. With Los Lobos member Pérez, and Froom's frequent production partner Blake, Latin Playboys was formed.
The group released two albums, Latin Playboys, in 1994, and Dose, in 1999. The songs "Manifold de Amour" and "Forever Night Shade Mary," both from the 1994 self-titled debut album, are featured on the soundtrack album for the 1995 film Desperado.
1 Viva La Raza 2 Ten Believers 3 Chinese Surprize 4 Mira! 5 Manifold De Amour 6 New Zandu 7 Rudy's Party 8 If 9 Same Brown Earth 10 Lagoon 11 Gone 12 Crayon Sun 13 Pink Steps 14 Forever Night Shade Mary
Official debut album from the prolific underground rap crew, Living Legends. Features the likes of Slug, Pep Love, and more. Easily a fan favorite album that has lasted the test of time since its 2001 release. Gatefold vinyl with picture discs.
1. Got a Question 4 Ya? | 2. Nightprowler (feat. Slug) | 3. That Looks Good | 4. Black Glass | 5. Rabbit Hole | 6. Common Ground | 7. Flawless | 8. What Would I Be (feat. N8 the Gr8 & Krush) | 9. Anything you Want | 10. Gift Wrap | 11. War Games | 12. Forces of Nature | 13. Osaka Tales | 14. Soap Boxin | 15. Not Here (feat. Pep Love & Jo Wilkinson) | 16. Nothing Less (feat. Slug) | 17. The Otherside (Bonus Track)
Original soundtrack featuring Daptone alumni, Menahan Street Band and Budos Band. "Postales is a cross-cultural love story shot in the streets of Cusco, Peru in which a postcard-selling street kid encounters an American Tourist girl, and follows her back to her hotel, setting off a chain of events that culminates with a stolen wallet, young love, and a family losing its home." The soundtrack provided by Brooklyn Afro Latin Funk outfits Menahan and Budos Band paints just as nice a picture as the film with sometimes gritty, slightly menacing production. The signature horn section drives the tracks and is easily one of the best Deep Latin Soul records from the last decade. Colemine Records, being known for their incredible 45 catalog of modern Afro Beat and Funk, released Postales as their first full length. If you are a fan of Truth & Soul and Daptone, this is for you. Recommended.
Dos Caminos, Jano's Revenge, Las Sospechas, Sigamos El Sol, El Conquistador, Pablo's Dilemma, High Noon, Nadie Puede Escapar, Fading Embers, Mirror Door, Amigo De La Muerte, Streets Of Cuzco
This set is a collection of rare live recordings, from a variety of venues, that originated between 1970 and 2004 and was produced by renowned archivist David Skye, with the blessing and participation of Diane Lee, Arthur Lee's widow. This is the first time a large collection of Arthur Lee & Love career spanning live recordings are being made available to the public. This vinyl package contains extensive liner notes and the cover artwork was designed by illustrator William Stout, internationally renowned as one of the first rock n roll bootleg cover artists. Stout also designed legitimate album covers for The Who, The Beach Boys, The Ramones, and The Smithereens and the original Rocky Rhino mascot.
Disc 1: August, mY lITTLE rED bOOK, Love Is More Than Words Or Better Late Than Ever, Doggone, Good Times, La Caloca, That's the Way It Goes, She Comes In Colors, Signed DC, Orange Skies
Disc 2: 7 and 7 Is , Your Mind and We Belong Together, Alone Again Or, Maybe the People Would Be the Times Or Between Clark and Hilldale, The Red Telephone, Andmoreagain, The Daily Planet, Old Man
The Good Humor Man, He Sees Everything
Everybody's Gotta Live- Instant Karma
Released in 1973, Heaven And Earth And The Stars was the 7th studio album released by Lulu. The album is famous for two David Bowie covers: "The Man Who Sold The World" and "Watch That Man," both produced by Bowie himself who also served as guest vocalist and instrumentalist. The album also contains Lulu’s theme song for the James Bond film ‘The Man With The Golden Gun’. This exclusive Record Store Day version sees new artwork for the cover, coloured vinyl, and includes a limited numbered 7” picture disc single of Lulu and Bowie together. With the 2 Bowie songs on the picture disc, this is highly collectable for both Lulu and Bowie fans alike
Side A 1. Heaven and Earth and the Stars 2. Boy Meets Girl 3. Mama's Little Corner of the World 4. The Man With The Golden Gun 5. Baby I Don't Care 6. Take Your Mama for a Ride, Part 1
Side B 1. Honey You Can't Take It Back 2. The Man Who Sold The World 3. Watch That Man 4. Old Fashion Girl 5. Take Your Mama for a Ride, Part 2
7” Picture Disc Side A: The Man Who Sold The World Side B: Watch That Man
40th Anniversary Record Store Day edition. The Lurkers were the first ever band on Beggars Banquet and the whole label history boils down to their existence. Pressed on orange vinyl.
SIDE A 1.Ain't Got a Clue 2.I Don't Need to Tell Her 3.Total War 4.Hey You 5.Shadow 6.Then I Kicked Her 7.Go Go Go
SIDE B 1.Jenny 2.Time of Year 3.Self Destruct 4.It's Quiet Here 5.Gerald 6.I'm on Heat 7.Be My Prisoner
Each year, at Jazz at Lincoln Center's annual gala, some of the world's greatest musicians grab their axes and join Wynton Marsalis to celebrate the blues and raise money for music education. This RSD exclusive picture disc captures two such amazing performances: Willie Nelson's never-before-heard 2003 rendition of "Night Life," and John Mayer's 2006 take on "I'm Gonna Find Another You." Proceeds from this project benefit Jazz at Lincoln Center's music education programs, which reach tens of thousands of students around the world each year. Proceeds from this support Jazz at Lincoln Center's education programs.
"Night Life" b/w "I'm Gonna Find Another You"
Sir George Martin, known as “the Fifth Beatle”, is one of the greatest producers of all-time and recorded a dozen international hit singles. It was a natural progression for George to write for films - two of which are featured here. “THEME ONE” is the exciting instrumental George was commissioned to write for BBC’s Radio I. George adores Bach and these pieces are an opportunity for him to indulge in his admiration for this great composer. “THE BOND SUITE” consists of different arrangements of the James Bond theme and a groovy version of Wings’ classic “Live and Let Die”. Beatles to Bond And Bach is a small glimpse of an exceptionally gifted person. “THE BEATLES SUITE” is focused on the orchestral sounds of some Beatle classics. Limited Edition of 2.500 Individually Numbered Copies on 180g Blue Vinyl
1. THE BOND SUITE
a) James Bond Theme
b) Whisper Who Dares
c) Bond Meets Solitaire
d) Live and Let Die
2. AIR ON THE G STRING
3. THE BEATLE SUITE
a) Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
b) Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
c) A Day in the Life
Side B 1. THEME ONE 2. ELIZABETH AND ESSEX
3. YELLOW SUBMARINE SUITE
b) March of the Meanies
d) Voyage through the Seas of
e) Yellow Submarine
4. PRELUDE FOR STRINGS
Every living creature must face the will and judgment of time. Ancient Greeks personified time in the form of the titan Kronos, father of Zeus, and ancient Egyptians celebrated Heh as an abstraction of endless years. Famously, William Shakespeare lamented humanity's immutable fate as "time's subjects" in Henry IV. Mastodon ponders the nature of time on their eighth album Emperor of Sand. Threading together the myth of a man sentenced to death in a majestically malevolent desert, the Atlanta quartet conjures the grains of a musical and lyrical odyssey slipping quickly through a cosmic hourglass. Emperor of Sand is pressed on full color picture disc vinyl for Record Store Day 2018.
Side A Sultan's Curse, Show Yourself, Precious Stones, Steambreather,Roots Remain, Word To The Wise Side B Ancient Kingdom, Clandestiny, Andromedia, Scopion Breath, Jaguar God
Long deleted 1984 Reggae album on 180 gram vinyl, including their biggest hits "Boat to Zion" and "Madness".
Disc 1: Only Your Picture, Throw Down Your Arms, Save Us Jah, Can't Push, Longest Liver, Jamaica, Who Can't Hear Will Feel, Answer Dee Telephone, Hold On Steady, Jah Praise
Disc 2: Boat To Zion, Madness, Hard Time, Hard Time DJ Version
1. Saint-Saëns The Swan / Lucille Clifton "blessing the boats" 2. Walt Whitman from "Song of the Open Road" and "Song of Myself" 3. Bach Prelude from Suite For Cello Solo No.1 In G Major 4. Franz Schubert Andante un poco mosso from Trio No. 1 in B-flat majorJames Fenimore Cooper from "The Deerslayer" 5. George Gershwin "It Ain't Necessarily So" from Porgy and Bess 6. Piazzolla "Muerte del Ángel"
Nazz's second album was to be a double album (as per Todd's wishes), called Fungo Bat. Recording began in Nov 1968 and completed in Spring (March) 1969. Due to band members indifference & management decisions, it was never released as such and Todd left the band to pursue a solo career. Todd's personal copies of the Fungo Bat Acetates were among the possessions lost in a fire at his home. The source of the recordings are from an individual in Austin, Texas, who once owned one of the only known copies of the acetates for Fungo Bat. It was three 12" acetates, with typed labels. The track listing on the acetates are just in order, 24 tracks - if this was indeed the album order, what is listed above is the logical place for album side breaks With Todd Rundgren-guitar; Robert "Stewkey" Antoni- vocals keyboards; Carson Van Osten- bass; THom Mooney0 drums.
Disc 1: Forget All About It, There's Only One Winner, Magic Me, Gonna Cry Today, Meridian Leeward, Under the Ice, Some People, Rain Rider, Resolution, Old Time Lovemaking, Featherbedding Lover, Take the Hand, How Can You Call That Beautiful'
Disc 2: Loosen Up, Sing A Song, Good Lovin' Woman; Sing A Song repirse, It's Not That Easy, Plenty of Lovin', Letters Don't Count, Kiddie Boy, Christopher Columbus, Hang On Paul, Not Wrong Long, You Are My Window
A Beautiful Song