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  • Trouble No More: The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / 1979-1981 Trouble No More: The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / 1979-1981 Quick View

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    Trouble No More: The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / 1979-1981

    Pressed On 3x 180-Gram Vinyl & 2x CD


    Packaged In A Slipcase With Separate Booklet


    Includes 30 Highlights From The Legendary 1979, 1980 And 1981 Tours


    The next installment in the award-winning Bootleg Series, 'Trouble No More - The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / 1979-1981', focuses on the albums 'Slow Train Coming' (1979), 'Saved' (1980) and 'Shot of Love' (1981) and the legendary live shows from that period. Featuring 30 highlights from the legendary 1979, 1980 and 1981 tours pressed on 180-gram vinyl and 2 CDs, the set comes packaged in a slipcase with separate booklet.

    LP 1
    1. Slow Train (Live Nov. 16, 1979)
    2. Gotta Serve Somebody (Live Nov. 15, 1979)
    3. I Believe In You (Live May 16, 1980)
    4. When You Gonna Wake Up? (Live July 9, 1981)
    5. When He Returns (Live Dec. 5, 1979)
    6. Man Gave Names to All the Animals (Live Jan. 16, 1980)
    7. Precious Angel (Live Nov. 16, 1979)


    LP 2
    1. Covenant Woman (Live Nov. 20, 1979)
    2. Gonna Change My Way of Thinking (Live Jan. 31, 1980)
    3. Do Right to Me Baby (Do Unto Others) (Live Jan. 28, 1980)
    4. Solid Rock (Live Nov. 27, 1979)
    5. What Can I Do for You? (Live Nov. 27, 1979)
    6. Saved (Live Jan. 12, 1980)
    7. In the Garden (Live Jan. 27, 1980)


    LP 3
    1. Slow Train (Live June 29, 1981)
    2. Ain't Gonna Go to Hell for Anybody (Live Apr. 24, 1980)
    3. Gotta Serve Somebody (Live June 27, 1981)
    4. Ain't No Man Righteous, No Not One (Live Nov. 16, 1979)
    5. Saving Grace (Live Nov. 6, 1979)
    6. Blessed Is the Name (Live Nov. 20, 1979)
    7. Solid Rock (Live Oct. 23, 1981)
    8. Are You Ready? (Live Apr. 30, 1980)


    LP 4
    1. Pressing On (Live Nov. 6, 1979)
    2. Shot of Love (Live July 25, 1981)
    3. Dead Man, Dead Man (Live June 21, 1981)
    4. Watered-Down Love (Live June 12, 1981)
    5. In the Summertime (Live Oct. 21, 1981)
    6. The Groom's Still Waiting at the Altar (Live Nov. 13, 1980)
    7. Caribbean Wind (Live Nov. 12, 1980)
    8. Every Grain of Sand (Live Nov. 21, 1981)


    CD 1
    1. Slow Train (Live Nov. 16, 1979)
    2. Gotta Serve Somebody (Live Nov. 15, 1979)
    3. I Believe In You (Live May 16, 1980)
    4. When You Gonna Wake Up? (Live July 9, 1981)
    5. When He Returns (Live Dec. 5, 1979)
    6. Man Gave Names to All the Animals (Live Jan. 16, 1980)
    7. Precious Angel (Live Nov. 16, 1979)
    8. Covenant Woman (Live Nov. 20, 1979)
    9. Gonna Change My Way of Thinking (Live Jan. 31, 1980)
    10. Do Right to Me Baby (Do Unto Others) (Live Jan. 28, 1980)
    11. Solid Rock (Live Nov. 27, 1979)
    12. What Can I Do for You? (Live Nov. 27, 1979)
    13. Saved (Live Jan. 12, 1980)
    14. In the Garden (Live Jan. 27, 1980)


    CD 2
    1. Slow Train (Live June 29, 1981)
    2. Ain't Gonna Go to Hell for Anybody (Live Apr. 24, 1980)
    3. Gotta Serve Somebody (Live June 27, 1981)
    4. Ain't No Man Righteous, No Not One (Live Nov. 16, 1979)
    5. Saving Grace (Live Nov. 6, 1979)
    6. Blessed Is the Name (Live Nov. 20, 1979)
    7. Solid Rock (Live Oct. 23, 1981)
    8. Are You Ready? (Live Apr. 30, 1980)
    9. Pressing On (Live Nov. 6, 1979)
    10. Shot of Love (Live July 25, 1981)
    11. Dead Man, Dead Man (Live June 21, 1981)
    12. Watered-Down Love (Live June 12, 1981)
    13. In the Summertime (Live Oct. 21, 1981)
    14. The Groom's Still Waiting at the Altar (Live Nov. 13, 1980)
    15. Caribbean Wind (Live Nov. 12, 1980)
    16. Every Grain of Sand (Live Nov. 21, 1981)

    Bob Dylan
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Box Set + 2 CDs - 4 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Slow Train Coming Slow Train Coming Quick View

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    Slow Train Coming

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    Slow Train Coming is the nineteenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, originally released on August 20, 1979, by Columbia Records. It was Dylan's first effort since converting to Christianity, and all of the songs either express his strong personal faith or stress the importance of Christian teachings and philosophy. The evangelical nature of the record alienated many of Dylan's existing fans; at the same time, many Christians were drawn into his fan base. Slow Train Coming was listed at #16 in the 2001 book CCM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music.


    The album was generally well-reviewed in the secular press, and the single Gotta Serve Somebody became his first hit in three years, winning Dylan the Grammy for best rock vocal performance by a male in 1980. The album peaked at #2 on the charts in the UK and went platinum in the US, where it reached #3.

    1. Gotta Serve Somebody (Album Version)
    2. Precious Angel (Album Version)
    3. I Believe in You
    4. Slow Train (Album Version)
    5. Gonna Change My Way of Thinking
    6. Do Right to Me Baby (Do Unto Others)
    7. When You Gonna Wake Up (Album Version)
    8. Man Gave Names to All the Animals
    9. When He Returns (Album Version)
    Bob Dylan
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  • Slow Train Coming Slow Train Coming Quick View

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    Slow Train Coming

    Slow Train Coming is the 19th studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. It was the artist's first effort since becoming a born-again Christian, and all of the songs either express his strong personal faith.


    The unexpected effect of his conversion to Christianity is that it gave Dylan a focus he hadn't had since Blood on the Tracks. His concentration carries over to the music, which is lean and direct.


    The album peaked at #2 on the Charts in the UK and went Platinum in the US, where it reached number 3. Slow Train Coming was listed at number 16 in the 2001 book CMM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music.

    1. Gotta Serve Somebody
    2. Precious Angel
    3. I Believe in You
    4. Slow Train

    5. Gonna Change My Way of Thinking
    6. Do Right to Me Baby (Do Unto Others)
    7. When You Gonna Wake Up
    8. Man Gave Names to All the Animals
    9. When He Returns
    Bob Dylan
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  • Saved Saved Quick View

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    Saved

    Saved is the twentieth studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, originally released on June 23, 1980, by Columbia Records. Saved was the second album of Dylan's Christian trilogy, following his conversion to Evangelical Christianity. It expanded on themes explored on its predecessor Slow Train Coming, with gospel arrangements and lyrics extolling the importance of a strong personal faith.
    1. A Satisfied Mind
    2. Saved
    3. Covenant Woman
    4. What Can I Do for You?
    5. Solid Rock
    6. Pressing On
    7. In the Garden
    8. Saving Grace
    9. Are You Ready
    Bob Dylan
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  • Gasoline Alley Gasoline Alley Quick View

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    Gasoline Alley

    Gasoline Alley follows the same formula of Rod Stewart's first album, intercutting contemporary covers with slightly older rock & roll and folk classics and originals written in the same vein. The difference is in execution. Stewart sounds more confident, claiming Elton John's Country Comfort, the Small Faces' My Way of Giving, and the Rolling Stones' version of It's All Over Now with a ragged, laddish charm. Like its predecessor, nearly all of Gasoline Alley is played on acoustic instruments -- Stewart treats rock & roll songs like folk songs, reinterpreting them in individual, unpredictable ways. For instance, It's All Over Now becomes a shambling, loose-limbed ramble instead of a tight R&B/blues groove, and Cut Across Shorty is based around a howling, Mideastern violin instead of a rockabilly riff. Of course, being a rocker at heart, Stewart doesn't let these songs become limp acoustic numbers -- these rock harder than any fuzz-guitar workout. The drums crash and bang, the acoustic guitars are pounded with a vengeance -- it's a wild, careening sound that is positively joyous with its abandon. And on the slow songs, Stewart is nuanced and affecting -- his interpretation of Bob Dylan's Only a Hobo is one of the finest Dylan covers, while the original title track is a vivid, loving tribute to his adolescence. And that spirit is carried throughout Gasoline Alley. It's an album that celebrates tradition while moving it into the present and never once does it disown the past.

    - Stephen Thomas Erlewine (All Music)
    1. Gasoline Alley
    2. It's All Over Now
    3. Only a Hobo
    4. My Way of Giving
    5. Country Comfort
    6. Cut Across Shorty
    7. Lady Day
    8. Jo's Lament
    9. You're My Girl (I Don't Want to Discuss It)
    Rod Stewart
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Dire Straits (45 RPM) (Pre-Order) Dire Straits (45 RPM) (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Dire Straits (45 RPM) (Pre-Order)


    Dire Straits' Self-Titled 1978 Debut Distinguished By Jazz-Inflected Mix Of Folk, Blues, Country, And Rock: Guitarist Mark Knopfler Displays Uncanny Precision, Intricacy, And Texture


    Mastered From The Original Master Tapes And Pressed At RTI For Optimal Sound: Mobile Fidelity 45RPM 2LP Set Engages With Natural Tones, Superb Balances, Reference Imaging, Sterling Clarity


    Breakout Dire Straits Album Includes Sultans Of Swing And Down To The Waterline: Band's Shuffles, Boogies, And Ballads Spark With Crispness, Soulfulness, Coolness


    Dire Straits' arresting self-titled debut arrived in the midst of punk's reign but couldn't have been further removed from the era's slash-and-burn style. Recorded in West London in February 1978, the band's tasteful, jazz-inflected set embraces folk, blues, and pub rock while also tracing a direct line back to the beat-oriented sound of early rock n' roll. Country and roots accents further distinguish the British quartet's stripped-down music from any 1970s peers, as does the transparent production, which has remained revered among audiophiles the world over - and which has never been better than on this meticulous analog pressing.


    Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed at RTI, Mobile Fidelity's 180g 45RPM 2LP version of Dire Straits features natural tonalities, superb balances, you-are-there imaging, deep-black backgrounds, and pristine clarity. Even if you've heard this album hundreds of times before, you've never experienced it with such lifelike sonics and premium richness. This numbered, limited-edition collector's set immerses you within the smoky, laidback atmospherics of every song. This is how all vinyl should sound.


    Crucial to every arrangement, Mark Knopfler's winding guitar lines emerge with supreme transparency and multi-hued textural detail. His intricate playing comes across as if it's being transmitted via his 60s-era Fender Vibrolux amplifier placed right before you. The cleanliness, dimensions, and live feel are that good. His bandmates, too, benefit from the extra groove space afforded by this 45RPM edition. Rhythms skate and swirl; percussive effects resonate with crispness and attack; the leading edges of notes naturally decay.


    Dire Straits' strong, well-edited batch of original material further enhances the overall enjoyment and makes the record one whose pleasures go far beyond the organic sonics. Just as Knopfler's narratives pour forth with poetic and surrealist texts, the musical settings - an intoxicating combination of easygoing shuffles, back-hall boogies, and pop-honed ballads - mirror the old-fashioned soulfulness inherent in the classic recordings of the late 50s and early 60s. The lyrics are equally captivating.


    Drawing from his time as a youth in Newcastle, Leeds, and London, Knopfler invests tunes with an autobiographical slant and emotional connectivity that become obvious the moment he opens his mouth to sing. Down to the Waterline, Wild West End, and Lions all feature colloquial touches that add to their reach. By extension, In the Gallery functions as a tribute to Leeds sculptor Harry Phillips (father of future Knoplfer collaborator, Steve Phillips) while the record's breakout smash, Sultans of Swing, pays homage to struggling bar bands.


    Through it all, Dire Straits performs with a subtle cool and clever poise that no band ever matched. Just how good is the chemistry? Bob Dylan heard the quartet and invited Knopfler and drummer Pick Withers to play on Slow Train Coming. But even Dylan himself didn't hear Dire Straits sound this magnetic back in its original heyday. Now, everyone can.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Down to the Waterline
    2. Water of Love
    3. Setting Me Up
    4. Six Blade Knife
    5. Southbound Again
    6. Sultans of Swing
    7. In the Gallery
    8. Wild West End
    9. Lions
    Dire Straits
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  • Magnolia Electric Co Magnolia Electric Co Quick View

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    Magnolia Electric Co


    10th Anniversay Deluxe Edition


    Expanded Reissue Of Songs: Ohia's Classic Record Gathering Together One Unreleased Song, Demos And Full-band Song Only
    Previously Available In Japan.


    Includes Rare Photos From The Era In Which It Was Recorded


    The hallmark of Jason Molina's career, Magnolia Electric Co., is both a confluence of all he would create and a line in the
    sand to mark a shift in his songwriting approach. It was the last statement under his iconic Songs: Ohia moniker, and the
    moment before he began making new legends as Magnolia Electric Co. for the next 10 years. Now- here at the end of that
    decade - with Molina gone, his work gathers more weight and meaning. This expanded 10-year anniversary edition of
    Magnolia Electric Co. features one never-before-released track plus many rarities. The full-band studio outtake of fan
    favorite Whip Poor Will is a sweet and spare version that ended up being played far differently on Magnolia Electric Co.'s
    final album Josephine (2009). Also included is the studio version of The Big Game Is Every Night. Previously only available
    on the Japanese version of the album, this opus serves as Molina's thesis statement, its poetry weaving through the 20th
    Century, through art and sporting culture - ultimately questioning what it means to be an American in the autumn of the
    American Era. The edition also gathers Molina's gutting demos for the record, including those two outtakes. Nearly each
    begins with audible sound of the RECORD button being pressed down on the tape player. They are so close and intimate,
    it's hard to look them right in the eyes. But you should.


    With the wailing lap steel of the album opener Farewell Transmission, Jason Molina & Company usher in a new day,
    playing the sort of rock that your cool uncle rolled to back in the '70s. Landing somewhere on the radar sonically between
    Bob Dylan's Desire and Bob Seger's Beautiful Loser, though thematically in-line with Lynyrd Skynyrd's Simple Man, The
    Magnolia Electric Co lies at the crossroads of working class rock, white soul, swamp rock and outlaw country


    While Songs: Ohia's last record Didn't It Rain was a meditation on roots and stability, Magnolia Electric Co. finds itself
    toiling with the wages of change, which is well illustrated in I've Been Riding with the Ghost, a real rig rocker that could
    have easily fit on Time Fades Away, on which Molina sings: See I ain't getting better, I am only getting behind. Standing on
    the crossroad trying to make up my mind. Trying to remember how it got so late. Why every night pain comes from a
    different place. Now something's got to change.


    This thematic preoccupation with change also manifests itself in the rotating cast of lead vocalists. While the entire album
    boasts a doo wop-like line-up with five vocalists on the floor, six of the eight songs have Molina in the tall stool with the
    ever-enchanting Jennie Benford (of Jim & Jennie & the Pinetops, who was also a key player on Didn't It Rain) as primary
    back-up vocalist. But on two songs, new Songs: Ohia players step up to take on lead vocal duties, singing Molina-penned
    songs. Lawrence Peters takes the lead on The Old Black Hen with his fantastic Merle Haggard-esque country croon, while
    Miss Scout Niblett appears from the nether world of the Ohia wardrobe with feathers in her hair and casts her spell on the
    Ohia rig barreling through Peoria Lunch Box Blues.


    Recorded live, in its entirety, at the hands of Steve Albini at his Electrical Audio Studio in Chicago, Illinois, with the same
    core back-up band that played on the Mi Sei Apparaso Come Un Fantasma Italian live album, this is the record where the
    Songs: Ohia fan demographics make a radical shift from the dominant bedroom universe of the world's lonely, sensitive,
    overqualified young white dudes, and finds refuge in the masses by being embraced by the world's truck drivers, sorority
    chicks, and hockey players, alike. Indeed, this is the first Songs: Ohia record with more than one song that could be played
    at a strip joint or monster truck show. Amid the mid-tempo slow jams, there lie some of the most upbeat material that
    Songs: Ohia has recorded to date.

    LP 1
    1. Farewell Transmission
    2. I've Been Riding With The Ghost
    3. Just Be Simple
    4. Almost Was Good Enough
    5. The Old Black Hen
    6. Peoria Lunch Box Blues
    7. John Henry Split My Heart
    8. Hold On Magnolia
    9. The Big Game Is Every Night (Bonus Track)
    10. Whip Poor Will (Bonus Track)


    LP 2
    1. Farewell Transmission (Demo)
    2. I've Been Riding With The Ghost (Demo)
    3. Just Be Simple (Demo)
    4. The Old Black Hen (Demo)
    5. Peoria Lunch Box Blues (Demo)
    6. John Henry Split My Heart (Demo)
    7. Hold On Magnolia (Demo)
    8. The Big Game Is Every Night (Demo)
    9. Whip Poor Will (Demo)

    Songs: Ohia
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  • Heigh Ho Heigh Ho Quick View

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    Heigh Ho

    Renowned guitarist, songwriter, and producer Blake Mills will release his highly anticipated second album, Heigh Ho, on via Verve
    Records / Record Collection.


    "The goals for Heigh Ho were songs, sonics, and capturing performance," Mills said. "I love my first album and how it sounds, but since making Break
    Mirrors I feel like I've heard enough music that seems to be overtly 'lo-fi' or reverb-saturated; so I was interested in finding a combination of sounds that I
    hadn't heard used together before. I was very fortunate to be able to call on this group of people to help me map some new terrain."


    Recorded in Los Angeles at the legendary Ocean Way studios in a room built for Frank Sinatra & used by everyone from Bob Dylan to Ray Charles, Mills
    created an album that references a range of genres without really belonging to any.


    To that end, Mills asked several of his musical heroes - including Jim Keltner, Don Was, Jon Brion, Benmont Tench, Mike Elizondo, and Fiona Apple (who
    duets on the slow-burning "Seven" and timeless sounding "Don't Tell Our Friends About Me") - to collaborate on what would become Heigh Ho. "Blake
    arranged the music the way that CÉzanne would've filled a canvas," Don Was notes of his experience


    Since quietly making his debut album, Break Mirrors, which critics hailed as one of the best albums of 2010, Mills has been consistently busy. He's
    producing the highly anticipated sophomore album for The Alabama Shakes, and has worked as a producer with a wide variety of artists, including ZZ
    Top's Billy Gibbons, Sara Watkins, Conor Oberst, Sky Ferreira, and Fiona Apple, with whom he toured extensively in 2013 and 2014. As a session player
    and sideman he has worked with Beck, Cass McCombs, Jackson Browne, Lucinda Williams, Moses Sumney and Neil Diamond, among others. Rick
    Rubin and T Bone Burnett frequently call upon his services as a guitarist, and equally enamored is Eric Clapton who recently told Rolling Stone magazine
    "Blake Mills is the last guitarist I heard that I thought was phenomenal.

    1. If I m Unworthy
    2. Cry To Laugh
    3. Just Out Of View
    4. Seven
    5. Don t Tell Our Friends About Me
    6. Gold Coast Sinkin
    7. Silence is Sincerity
    8. Half Asleep
    9. Three Weeks In Havana
    10. Before It Fell
    11. Shed Your Head
    12. Curable Disease
    Blake Mills
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    Ashes And Fire

    Ryan Adams' new album, Ashes & Fire, is the singer/songwriter's first solo album to be released via a new arrangement with his own label, PAX-AM, and EMIs Capitol Records. The album was recorded at Sunset Sound Factory in Hollywood and produced by Glyn Johns, renowned for his work with the likes of The Beatles, Bob Dylan, The Clash, The Who and The Rolling Stones, and whose son Ethan produced previous Adams albums Heartbreaker, Gold and 29.


    From the slow-burning opening stunner Dirty Rain through the infectious shuffle of the title track, to the irresistible harmonies of Lucky Now and the closing lament of I Love You But I Dont Know What To Say, Ashes & Fire is arguably the most cohesive and beautiful album of Adams distinguished career.

    1. Dirty Rain
    2. Ashes & Fire
    3. Come Home
    4. Rocks
    5. Do I Wait
    6. Chains Of Love
    7. Invisible Riverside
    8. Save Me
    9. Kindness
    10. Lucky Now
    11. I Love You But I Don't Know What To Say
    Ryan Adams
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