The 1993 classic, Up The Downstair, comes as a Limited Edition (2000 copies) double 180 gram heavyweight
red coloured vinyl release with gatefold sleeve, and features the 2004 remix/remaster of Up the
Downstair/Staircase Infinities, plus the bonus track Phantoms (taken from the Stars Die anthology).
Please note that these represses have identical contents and design to the Delerium/Headspin editions,
although this is the first time they have been issued in coloured vinyl.
1. What You Are Listening To
3. Monuments Burn Into Moments
4. Always Never
5. Up the Downstair
1. Not Beautiful Anymore
3. Small Fish
4. Burning Sky
1. Cloud Zero
2. The Joke's On You
Released to coincide with the 46th anniversary of King Crimson’s formation in January 1969, Live At The Orpheum comprises performances from the band’s critically acclaimed, sold-out 2014 US tour.
41 minutes of live material from the new seven piece King Crimson line-up, including classics such as Starless, Sailor’s Tale and The Letters.
King Crimson has performed, recorded and released material in its own inimitable manner for the past 46 years. As the band enters its 47th year of operation in 2015, the occasion is marked with the first release culled from the band’s Autumn 2014 US tour.
Comprised of 41 minutes of material by the newest incarnation of the band fronted by the line-up’s formidable three drummer setup, Live At The Orpheum has been mixed from 24bit multi-track performances recorded at the band’s two concerts at the Los Angeles venue. Featuring a mixture of new and old King Crimson material - some being performed live for the first time - the album makes an ideal
recorded debut for the septet.
For those who travelled from all over the world to see the US shows, it’s an opportunity to relive the power, precision and sheer musicality of the concerts. For those who couldn’t attend but wanted to, it’s an opportunity to hear why the concerts generated such excitement.
1. Walk On: Monk Morph Chamber Music
2. One More Red Nightmare
3. Banshee Legs Bell Hassle
4. The ConstruKction of Light
5. The Letters
6. Sailor’s Tale
Hand. Cannot. Erase. is the fourth solo studio album by British musician Steven Wilson. The album is scheduled for release through Kscope. The album was recorded in September 2014 at AIR Studios, London, UK. All band members of the previous album are also featured on the new recording. When discussing the lack of Theo Travis' input on the record, Steven Wilson described the album to be less "jazzy" compared to the previous album, featuring only a few parts written for flute and saxophones.
1. First Regret
2. 3 Years Older
3. Hand Cannot Erase
4. Perfect Life
6. Home Invasion
7. Regret #9
10. Happy Returns
11. Ascendant Here On...
Purity Ring, the electronic-pop innovators Megan
James and Corin Roddick, reveal another eternity their 2nd album and first new music in over 2 years.
The Canadian duo’s breakthrough debut album
Shrines earned them Pitchfork’s Best New Music,
the #1 spot on iTunes electronic chart and praise
from New York Times, Rolling Stone, NPR and
more. The release was followed by a SOLD-OUT
headlining world tour and festival performances at
Coachella, Pitchfork, Bonnaroo and more.
3. Push Pull
5. Stranger Than Earth
6. Being Again
7. Dust Hymn
8. Flood On The Floor
9. Sea Castle
10. Stillness In Woe
Nonesuch will release Jonny Greenwood's soundtrack to Oscar-nominated filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson's new feature film, Inherent Vice). An adaptation of the Thomas Pynchon novel of the same name, Inherent Vice, which will be released by Warner Bros. Pictures in theaters starting on December 12, is set in the tail end of the psychedelic '60s and stars Oscar nominees Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin and Owen Wilson. In addition to nine compositions by Jonny Greenwood, the soundtrack features "Spooks," an unreleased Radiohead tune performed by members of Supergrass, as well as other recordings from the movie's era (complete track list follows). Additional performers include The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Neil Young, Can, and The Marketts, among others.
This is the third Anderson film that Greenwood has scored. Their previous collaborations include the critically praised soundtrack for 2007's Academy Award-winning There Will Be Blood and 2012's The Master, both released by Nonesuch. Rolling Stone said of The Master that its "visual poetry is matched by Jonny Greenwood's haunting, hypnotic score." The New Yorker described the music as "rich and inventive." The Times of London exclaimed: "Jonny Greenwood's score is superb." Of the There Will Be Blood score, the Boston Globe noted that the "squealing, cicada-like strings of...Popcorn Superhet Receiver masterfully evoke the film's apocalyptic vision of the West."
All Tracks Composed by Jonny Greenwood, except "Vitamin C" by Michael Karoli, Jaki Liebezeit, Irmin Schmidt, Holger Schuering, and Kenji Suzuki; "Here Comes the Ho-Dads," by Joseph Saraceno; "Spooks," by Colin Greenwood, Jonny Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Philip Selway, and Thom Yorke; "Les Fleur," by Richard Rudolph and Charles Stepney; "Sukiyaki," by Rokusuke Ei and Hachidai Nakamura; "Journey Through the Past," by Neil Young; "Simba," by Les Baxter; and "Any Day Now," by Burt Bacharach and Bob Hilliard.
1. Shasta Fay - By Jonny Greenwood
2. Les Fleurs - By Minnie Riperton
3. The Chryskylodon Institute - By Jonny Greenwood
4. Sukiyaki - By Kyu Sakamoto
5. Shasta - By Jonny Greenwood
6. Vitamin C - By Can
7. Meeting Crocker Fenway - By Jonny Greenwood
8. Here Comes the Ho-Dads - By The Marketts
9. Spooks - By Jonny Greenwood
1. Journey Through the Past - By Neil Young
2. Adrian Prussia - By Jonny Greenwood
3. Simba - By Les Baxter
4. Under the Paving-Stones, the Beach! - By Jonny Greenwood
5. Amethyst - By Jonny Greenwood
6. The Golden Fang - By Jonny Greenwood
7. Shasta Fay Hepworth - By Jonny Greenwood
8. Any Day Now - By Chuck Jackson
Mastered At Capitol Mastering By Ron Mcmaster From Original Analog Sources
192 Khz / 24 Bit
180 Gram Vinyl Pressed At RTI
Original Packaging Recreated, Printed At Stoughton Printing
Hillbilly Deluxe is the second album by country music singer-songwriter, Dwight Yoakam. Released in 1987, it was Yoakam's second consecutive #1 album on the Billboard Country Albums chart. Four tracks were released as singles with each becoming Top 10 hits on the Hot Country Singles chart in 1987 and 1988.
1. Little Ways
2. Smoke Along The Track
3. Johnson's Love
4. Please, Please Baby
5. Readin', Rightin', Rt. 23
6. Always Late With Your Kisses
7. 1,000 Miles
8. Throughout All Time
9. Little Sister
10. This Drinkin' Will Kill Me
Vinyl Includes 18x24 Poster With Artwork By David Barnes
Recorded At Sonic Ranch (Band Of Horses, Animal Collective)
Engineered by Drew Vandenberg (Kishi Bashi, Deerhunter)
“Whether exposing light or dark, or some blank hue in the middle,
Barnes has all but bulls-eyed his status as a brilliantly daring artist.”
“A thrilling, carnival-like atmosphere around Barnes’ fractured perspective.”
- AV Club
“A golden despondency” is how Kevin Barnes translates the meaning behind
Aureate Gloom, the title he gave of Montreal’s thirteenth full-length album.
The oxymoron is one Barnes says best describes the overall state of his life and
mental outlook while working on the record — penning lyrics so personal they
sound like entries ripped from a journal that should be permanently kept under
lock and key.
“I was going through a very stormy period in my life and felt like I was just
completely trashed,” reveals Barnes. “I might be guilty of sharing or exposing
too much of my private life, but to me the best albums are those that help
people connect with an artist on a deep, human level and that do so without
too much artifice or evasiveness.”
Aureate Gloom was recorded directly to tape with musicians Kevin Barnes
(guitar, vocals), Clayton Rychlik (drums), Bob Parins (bass), Bennett Lewis
(guitar), and JoJo Glidewell (keys), plus the help of engineer Drew Vandenberg.
The strength of the members’ musical rapport was instantly apparent. The
group completed nearly a song a day and even wrote a brand new track
on the spot, “Apollyon Of Blue Room,” whose title references a supposedly
haunted bedroom in a hacienda on the studio grounds. With Aureate Gloom,
of Montreal have created one of the most unflinching, confessional and starkly
emotional albums in their career.
1. Bassem Sabry
2. Last Rites At The Jane Hotel
3. Empyrean Abattoir
4. Aluminum Crown
5. Virgilian Lots
6. Monolithic Egress
7. Apollyon Of Blue Room
9. Chthonian Dirge For Uruk The Other
10. Like Ashoka’s Inferno Of Memory
The Blood, Sweat & Tears/Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Series Continues!
Bs&t’s Third Masterwork #1 Album - First Time Audiophile Clear Vinyl & Gatefold Cover
Featuring: David Clayton-Thomas, Steve Katz, Bobby Colomby, Jim Fielder, Chuck Winfield, Lew Soloff, Dick Halligan, Fred Lipsius & Jerry Hyman
Blood, Sweat & Tears are truly a worldwide gift to rock and jazz fusion enthusiasts everywhere. Over four
decades in the music business and still going strong, their hit albums and top charting singles continue to captivate
millions of fans all over the globe.
In 1969, BS&T’s lead vocalist David Clayton-Thomas entered this stellar group of jazz and rock musicians,
bringing a handful of new songs as they delivered the monumental Grammy Album of the Year with Blood, Sweat &
BS&T’s sound was new and exciting, the songs were thrilling, their horns meshed with rock and roll, fusing a
brand new vibe, which continued successfully on their third amazing album Blood, Sweat & Tears 3. Featuring a treasure
trove of smash hit singles and FM radio deep track favorites, the LP soared to the number one spot.
This masterwork smash included enough traction to be called a greatest hits album in its own right. Especially
when you get 2 more hit singles with the Carole King favorite Hi De Ho and the David Clayton-Thomas rocker Lucretia
MacEvil. These radio and fan favorites graced the airwaves for the better part of a year and helped bolster even further
the rest of the BS&T album with follow-up hits like the soulful tour de force of James Taylor’s Fire and Rain, another
smash Traffic revisit with 40,000 Headmen and of course Steve Katz and Dick Halligan’s brilliant The Battle. All in all,
making their third album one of the most revered in their long-lasting and huge BS&T catalog of classic recordings.
Friday Music is no stranger to the music of the legendary Blood, Sweat & Tears, as witnessed by their other fine
recordings already on our label. That is why we are so very proud to announce another fine installment in The Blood,
Sweat & Tears/Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series with their third legendary masterpiece Blood, Sweat
& Tears 3.
Mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso (BS&T, Chicago, Santana) for the first time on audiophile clear vinyl, the
Blood, Sweat & Tears 3 LP will truly become one of the most important and historical 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl titles
in quite some time.
We further enhance this limited anniversary clear vinyl edition with the original stunning gatefold cover featuring
the original artwork elements. Blood, Sweat & Tears 3…Impeccable first time audiophile stereo vinyl and gatefold
cover…From your friends at Friday Music. Hi-De-Ho!!!
2. The Battle
3. Lucretia MacEvil
4. Lucretia’s Reprise
5. Fire and Rain
6. Lonesome Suzie
7. Symphony for the Devil/Sympathy for the Devil
8. He’s a Runner
9. Somethin’ Comin’ On
10. 40,000 Headmen
Of Mastodon’s second studio album, Blood Mountain, Rolling Stone gushed: “The Atlanta band consists of four guys who look like tattooed auto mechanics, but they sound like they should be wearing capes and spitting fire. Blood Mountain transforms potentially lame self-help bromides about overcoming great obstacles into a sternum-rattling sci-fi journey through a land infested with all manner of beasties, including a cyclops ("Circle Cysquatch"), warrior tree people ("Colony of Birchmen") and some sort of sleeping giant. Underneath all this medieval blood and thunder are actual tunes brimming with roller-coaster riffing ("Bladecatcher" merits an Air Guitar Hall of Fame nomination), lost-in-the-catacombs dreaminess ("Sleeping Giant") and blinding shafts of acoustic-powered star shine ("Pendulous Skin"). Melody matters as much as mayhem, and the treacherous tempo shifts are navigated brilliantly by drummer Brann Dailor, who turns "Capillarian Crest" into a giddy chase through a blinding snowstorm. Yes, sometimes more is better.”
The album was included in many end of year top lists, including Total Guitar’s, which placed it at number one.
1. The Wolf Is Loose
2. Crystal Skull
3. Sleeping Giant
4. Capillarian Crest
5. Circle Of Cysquatch
7. Colony Of Birchmen
8. Hunters Of The Sky
9. Hand Of Stone
10. This Mortal Soil
11. Siberian Divide
12. Pendulous Skin
East Nashville firebrand Lilly Hiatt will release Royal Blue - the feisty, adventurous and smart follow-up to her critically lauded debut full-length Let Down. Recorded at producer Adam Landry’s (Deertick, Diamond Rugs, T. Hardy Morris) Nashville studio Playground Sound, the twelve new tracks skirt the edges of any neat genre definitions, boldly combining sounds of Austin folk rock, Pacific Northwest indie, pre-Oasis Britpop, 90’s alt guitars, 00’s indie synths and New York punk circa 1977.
1. Far Away
2. Off Track
3. Too Bad
4. Get This Right
5. Worth It
6. Somebody's Daughter
7. Jesus Would've Let Me Pick The Restaurant
8. Heart Attack
9. Your Choice
11. I Don't Do Those Things Anymore
12. Royal Blue
Produced By Thom
Monahan (Peter, Bjorn & John,
Devendra Banhart And Vetiver)
Won 2014 Houston Press Music
Awards For Best Folk/Americana
And Best Male Vocals
Some places you feel like you only sort of fit in and it is this
theme that permeates Houston based folk rock band Buxton’s new aptly
titled album Half A Native. One of the leading lights of an emerging music
scene from a city with a burgeoning youth culture, Buxton have won 2
Houston Press Music Awards as Best Houston Folk/Americana Band as
well as Best Male Vocals (Sergio Trevino).
Their new album ventures into vast sonic territories, sometimes
pairing atmospheric piano with off-kilter electric guitar, blanketed by
Trevino’s heart-clenched voice and melancholic but optimistic lyrics.
“We take from a lot of different genres and present it in a way that i think
is most honest for us,” Trevino says. “You’ll hear rock, folk, country,
ambience, and distortion, all interpreted through us.”
Recorded in Los Angeles with Thom Monahan (Peter, Bjorn & John,
Devendra Banhart and Vetiver), the 11 new tracks broadcast a wandering
sound, from the dusty tones of guitar-slinging anthems to lonesome
acoustic affairs that look outward and within. Their latest effort is
music for the search for home; the long journey to find somewhere,
something, or someone that makes everything fall into place.
1. What I'd Do
2. Good As Gone
3. Old Haunt
4. Half A Native
5. High Tones
6. Miss Catalina 1992
7. A Little Bit More
8. Be Somebody Else
9. The Heart Won't Bend
11. Pool Hall
IMMORTAL RANDY RHOADS – THE ULTIMATE TRIBUTE to be released by UDR Records. A collection of 11 classic Rhoads co-written songs, IMMORTAL RANDY RHOADS – THE ULTIMATE TRIBUTE is performed by twenty top contemporary artists, including old friends and performing partners Rudy Sarzo and Frankie Banali, his Brother Kelle Rhoads and more designated musicians like Serj Tankiann, Tom Morello, Vinny Appice, Tim (Ripper) Owens, Chuck Billy, Alexi Laiho, George Lynch, Gus G., Bruce Kulick, Doug Aldrich, Dweezil Zappa and others.
First US vinyl pressing of their seminal debut for FatCat
“Despite an overload of music these days, if often feels like there are fewer essential listens.
At the end of Weirdo Rippers, you're left with a rare sense of having discovered something
new.” 8.0/10 - Pitchfork
“Weirdo Rippers created an entire world within an album....so obviously a Los Angeles
record. From the ambient guitar scratch on “Loosen This Job” to the plaintive field
recording of waves on “Every Artist Needs a Tragedy” to the defiant, almost snotty “Boy
Void,” which sounded like it was recorded from inside a crusty cardboard box, the Los
Angeles that No Age were writing was all warehouses, skating at sunset and unpretentious
Shimmering shoegaze pop and glowering punk collide and burst into flames on this
delightfully rude debut. Surging waves of frayed yet beautiful electronica give way to urgent
rants, with voices buried in the mix like distant cries for help. - SPIN
By now the two young heavyweights
from the LA Skate / Art /
Punk underworld, No Age, are a
well-known and established part
of the indie pantheon. But back
in 2007 Dean Spunt and Randy
Randall were just building quite a
bit of noise in the wake of the
demise of their previous band
After working out their sound in
the LA scene revolving around
the now fabled venue The Smell
(pictured on the cover of Weirdo
Rippers) they decided to release
five ltd. vinyl only releases on a
variety of DIY indie labels across
the globe on the same day (namely
UTR, Deleted Art, Teardrops, Youth Attack, and Dean’s own PPM label). Designed by
Brian Roettinger, Randall and Spunt, the back of each record's sleeve was a different
color, and had one of the letters that, when you collected all of them, would join to spell
"No Age." Their debut LP release for FatCat, ‘Weirdo Rippers’, was a collection of
recorded highlights taken from the aforementioned releases. At the time it was readily
available on CD and has since found a home digitally but it’s not found its way back to the
vinyl format that first gave many of these tracks life. Now we’re presenting the first
domestically available version of ‘Weirdo Rippers’ pressed to vinyl; an utterly essential
piece of No Age’s past.
1. Every Artist Needs A Tragedy
2. Boy Void
3. I Wanna Sleep
4. My LIfe’s Alright Without You
5. Everybody’s Down
6. Sun Spots
7. Loosen This Job
8. Neck Escaper
9. Dead Plane
Comes With 7" Featuring Lead Single “Animal” & Vinyl-Exclusive B-Side “Fadeaway”
Moon Duo began work on their latest album during a period in which they
faced a curious new reality. Freed from deadlines and expectations, and suddenly
off the road for a stretch, Ripley Johnson and Sanae Yamada found themselves
each experiencing strange shifts in their perceptions of reality. Like the beginning
of an acid trip, or the edge of dusk, when shadows converge mysteriously with
light, life began to slip into a surreal dream, and then back, suddenly, without
warning. Unstable in these strange shadows and light, the band turned to music
to tether themselves to a kind of working sanity.
Shadow of the Sun is the result of a few months of wrangling with this new unsettling
way of being. Working both in a dark basement in Portland, and above
ground in sunny San Francisco, these new sounds and songs veered dramatically
from groove to groove, revealing sonic textures the duo had not previously
explored. The song “Night Beat,” with its woozy dance rhythm, is an attempt at
finding joy and acceptance on this new, shifting ground, while “Wilding” plays
off the familiar Moon Duo sound, taking refuge in a repetitive, grounding
riff-scape. Elsewhere the band gives itself entirely up to the trip, cruising along
on the fuzzed rhythms of “Slow Down Low” and “Free the Skull,” crashing into
the clenched-teeth herky-jerk of “Zero,” and floating down, down, down, on the
narcotic mist of “In a Cloud.”
To further coat the album in a fog of stoned confusion, the duo decamped to
Berlin to mix with Finnish beat-meister Jonas Verwijnen of Kaiku Studios. There
they managed to entirely reverse the clarity of the album, increasing the overall
focus, and creating an unorthodox argument for sanity through extreme negation
of proper technique and conventionality.
The result, at the end of the trip, is the album Shadow of the Sun.
2. Night Beat
3. Free the Skull
5. In a Cloud
7. Slow Down Low
Flyaway Garden draws on the beauty and majestic scenery of the Catskills to create an experimental psychedelic rock album that weaves ambient electronics and elements of jazz throughout its meandering and awe-inspiring eleven tracks. A real headphone delight of an album. Sonic fun for the whole tripped out family, where the forest-gaze meets the city haze.
3. Aurora Falls
7. Setting Stone
8. Cripple Creek Ferry
9. Flyaway Garden
11. Sun Catcher
Ata Kak’s cassette Obaa Sima fell on deaf ears when it was self-released in Ghana and Canada in 1994. The music on the recording—an amalgam of highlife, Twi-language rap, funk and disco—is presented with the passion of a Prince record and the DIY-bedroom-recording lo-fi charm of early Chicago house music. The astute self-taught song craft and visionary blend of sounds and rhythms has made the album a left-field cult favorite among adventurous listeners worldwide.
For 23 straight Saturday nights of 1982, The Chicago
Party dance show assaulted Chicagoland UHF eyeballs
with Spandex, Southside fly guys, tender tenderonies,
magicians, contortionists, prismatic video gimmickry,
and lip-synched singles by a rising regime of local post-disco
casualties. Unfettered nightlife and outlandish
humor poured out of oddball outpost The CopHerBox
II and onto TV screens, presented here as a 100 minute
video mixtape on DVD. Its companion compilation
features five previously unreleased tracks, joined by
music culled from a trove of self-released 45s and
small-time 12”s. Die-cut cathode-ray jacket and six in-package
stills put the Party at your fingertips.
Each edition of Ultra-High
Frequencies: The Chicago Party will arrive in one of six
cover configurations, all of which are interchangeable
via printed inner sleeves and enclosed booklet. It also includes our entertaining DVD mix tape,
isolating the most absurd and outrageous moments from
the original broadcasts. Play functions enable viewers
to enjoy 23 unique musical performances, as well as a
mini-documentary about the creation and realization
of The Chicago Party. For fans of electronic soul with
a public access aesthetic, Ultra-High Frequencies: The
Chicago Party is the place to be.
1. The Chicago Party Theme - Jesus Wayne
2. Girl You’re Too Cool - Magnum Force
3. Love Explosion - Donnell Pitman
4. Rush - Jesus Wayne
5. Garden Of Eve - Yvonne Gage
6. Think - Rahmlee
7. Master’s Plan - Central Power System
8. Burning Up - Donnell Pitman
9. Let Yourself Go - Closencounter
10. Pull Up - Universal Togetherness Band
11. Blow Me Away - MC2
12. Another Day - Keni Rightout
13. Into New Dimensions - IND
14. Freedom (Sweet) Freedom - Ken Allison
15. Say Yes - New Testament Band
16. This Is Our Love Story - Harvey-Allison Experience
In 2014, ‘Damsel in Distress’ a free mixtape album created by 23 year old J’Kerian Morgan, aka Lotic, garnered universal praise from all who heard it. Consisting of all original material and mind-warping edits of smash hits like ‘Drunk in Love’ by Beyoncé, the mixtape was lauded as an ‘important turning point’ in regards to where electronic music could go next. ‘Heterocetera’ is Lotic’s first official release since the unveiling of ‘Damsel in Distress’ and marks the producer’s debut on Tri Angle. This is the sound of tomorrow, today.
The Myths and Legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table is the second studio album from the English keyboardist and composer Rick Wakeman. It is a concept album based on the legends of King Arthur and the Round Table.
2. Lady of the Lake
4. Sir Lancelot and the Black Knight
5. Merlin the Magician
6. Sir Galahad
7. The Last Battle
The Six Wives of Henry VIII is the first studio album from the English keyboardist and composer Rick Wakeman as a solo artist. It is an instrumental progressive rock album with its concept based on his interpretations of the musical characteristics of the six wives of Henry VIII. Wakeman decided on the concept in 1972 while he toured the United States with the progressive rock band Yes. As he read a book about the wives on his travels, melodies he wrote the previous year came to him and were noted down. Musicians from Yes and Strawbs, who he performed with prior to Yes, also play on the album.
1. Catherine of Aragon
2. Anne of Cleves
3. Catherine Howard
4. Jane Seymour
5. Anne Boleyn
6. Catherine Parr
This excellent album by the classic John Coltrane Quartet (with pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Jimmy Garrison, and drummer Elvin Jones) is highlighted by a 26-minute version of "Mr. P.C." Also included on the album are "The Inch Worm" and the ballad "Every Time We Say Goodbye." Although the sound and passion of the group on this date will not surprise veteran listeners, it is always interesting to hear new variations of songs already definitively recorded in the studios. The Paris Concert is recommended to all true Coltrane fanatics.
- Scott Yanow (All Music Guide)
1. Mr. P.C.
2. The Inch Worm
3. Ev'rytime We Say Goodbye
The young organist Charles Earland converted the Beatles’ “Eleanor Rigby” into an anthem called “Black Talk” and came up with one of the huge soul-jazz hits of the early Seventies. In this album, Earland worked the same magic with two other pop songs, “Aquarius” and “More Today than Yesterday,” giving them the urgency and forward movement of R&B but managing to inject them with jazz values. He was greatly aided by a pair of soloists—trumpeter Virgil Jones and tenor saxophonist Houston Person—who added fuel to Earland’s fiery concept. Guitarist Melvin Sparks and the quintessential soul jazz drummer Idris Muhammad helped keep the blaze going. It is not coincidence that his blues composition, and Earland himself, were called “The Mighty Burner.”
Black Talk! went on to become an enormous hit, spending most of 1970 on the best-seller charts.
1. Black Talk
2. The Mighty Burner
3. Here Comes Charlie
5. More Today Than Yesterday
Debut studio album by Antemasque, an American rock band formed in 2014 by former members of At The Drive-In and The Mars Volta, Omar Rodríguez-López and Cedric Bixler-Zavala.
Antemasque was recorded at The Boat in Silverlake, California.
2. I Got No Remorse
3. Ride Like the Devil's Son
4. In the Lurch
5. 50,000 Kilowatts
6. Momento Mori
7. Drown All Your Witches
9. People Forget
10. Rome Armed to the Teeth
You heard “Sykia,” you heard “My Place,” and you watched all the live videos in eager anticipation for this, Young Buffalo’s debut album: House! It’s so close you can taste it… now House is available for preorder! Be prepared to have a good time when the album is fully released!
1. Man In Your Dreams
2. No Idea
4. Cliff Diver
5. My Place
7. Black Eye
8. Summertime Blondes
10. Old Soul
11. Beat Back