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  • Faster Than The Speed Of Light (Pre-Order) Faster Than The Speed Of Light (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Faster Than The Speed Of Light (Pre-Order)

    Celebrating 35 Years Of "Faster Than The Speed Of Night"


    First Time 180 Gram Black And Translucent Blue Audiophile Vinyl


    First Time Gatefold Cover & 24" x 24" Poster


    Mastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso


    Pressed At R.T.I.


    In 1983, rock songstress Bonnie Tyler delivered one of the most important LPs ever with "Faster Than The Speed Of Night." Her collaboration with producer Jim Steinman would go on to sell millions of albums worldwide as many hits within made this one of the biggest albums of the 80s.


    A plethora of greatness is included as the international smash "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" simply stands as one of the most epic tunes of our time. More hits like the amazing "Faster Than The Speed Of Night", her excellent reading of Bryan Adams' "Straight From The Heart" plus the roaring CCR classic "Have You Ever Seen The Rain" truly made this the masterpiece that it is today.


    Friday Music is pleased to announce the first time 180 Gram Black & Translucent Blue Swirl audiophile vinyl release of Bonnie Tyler's classic Faster Than The Speed Of Night."


    Mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios, this legendary LP will be a much-anticipated audiophile vinyl dream for Bonnie Tyler fans everywhere.


    For a limited time, we are enhancing your LP with a first time gatefold cover, as well as a 24" x 24" poster of the stellar front cover.

    1. Have You Ever Seen The Rain?
    2. Faster Than The Speed Of Night
    3. Getting So Excited
    4. Total Eclipse Of The Heart
    5. It's A Jungle Out There
    6. Going Through The Motions
    7. Tears
    8. Take Me Back
    9. Straight From The Heart
    Bonnie Tyler
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP PRE-ORDER Buy Now
  • Frankie Miller's Double Take Frankie Miller's Double Take Quick View

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    Frankie Miller's Double Take

    Frankie Miller is a well beloved artist from the 70's British Rock/Folk scene. He has been paralyzed since a 1994 brain hemorrhage. Some of Frankie's well known friends have gotten together to record an album of his unreleased songs. Alongside Frankie's original vocal, this album features new recordings from Elton John, Rod Stewart, Kid Rock, Joe Walsh (The Eagles), Willie Nelson, Paul Carrack, Bonnie Tyler, Huey Lewis, and more.
    LP 1
    1. Blackmail

    2. Where Do The Guilty Go?
    3. Way Past Midnight

    4. True Love

    5. Kiss Her For Me

    6. Gold Shoes
    7. Sending Me Angelsv
    8. Jezebel Jones

    9. When It's Rockin'
    10. Beginner At The Blues


    LP 2
    1. To Be With You Again
    2. I Want To Spend My Life With You
    3. The Ghost

    4. It Gets Me Blue

    5. Out On The Water
    6. It's A Long Way Home

    7. I'm Missing You
    8. I Never Want To Lose You
    9. I Do

    Frankie Miller
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • The Ballads V The Ballads V Quick View

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    The Ballads V

    Gatefold 2xLP + CD


    THE HISTORY OF ROCK IS FULL OF MISCONCEPTIONS. WE ALL HEARD THAT POPULAR ONE: ROCK MUSIC IS LOUD AND DANGEROUS, IT´S THE DEVIL'S
    MUSIC. BUT DOESN'T EVERYBODY KNOW AT LEAST ONE BEAUTIFUL SONG BY A ROCK BAND?


    Even if you are not attending the mighty School of Rock, you know one of those bloody emotional moments when the lead guitar sings its way through the solo and the
    chorus comes back while you are flying on the wings of heaven. Or something else. We all need a little bit of silence sometimes, just to stop from being part of this crazy
    world we live in.


    One of the finest moments on this ballad compilation is the new song "On The Edge Of Our Time", being one of the best ballads he's ever written to date. But the climax of
    "The Ballads V" is without a doubt the fascinating new song "Love's Holding On". Singer Johnny Gioeli is joined by Bonnie Tyler here!


    There are 9 more songs, of course, pretty much known from his previous albums (e.g. Neil Young' "Hey Hey My My " and Deep Purple' "Mistreated") which wraps up another
    classic, dynamic and high-quality Axel Rudi Pell album. As one fan from Israel said on Facebook: "If there was justice in the music business, your ballads would be as big
    as the Scorpions one."

    LP 1
    1. Love´s Holding On
    2. I See Fire
    3. On The Edge Of Our Time
    4. Hey Hey My My
    5. Lived Our Lives Before
    6. When Truth Hurts


    LP 2
    1. Forever Free
    2. Lost In Love
    3. The Line (Live)
    4. Mistreated (Live)


    CD
    1. Love´s Holding On
    2. I See Fire
    3. On The Edge Of Our Time
    4. Hey Hey My My
    5. Lived Our Lives Before
    6. When Truth Hurts
    7. Forever Free
    8. Lost In Love
    9. The Line (Live)
    10. Mistreated (Live)

    Axel Rudi Pell
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    Vinyl LP + CD - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Impressions Impressions Quick View

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    Impressions

    The Los Angeles trio Music Go Music began humbly, recording songs in their spare time and playing them for friends. A few songs posted online caught the ears of a surprising number of strangers, who implored the band to make a go of it. They eventually, and reluctantly, agreed to this, and before long the show had been officially taken on the road; MGM was being buzzed about, flying back and forth across the the Atlantic, touring around with Glasgow rockers Franz Ferdinand, and performing for the most discerning of music lovers in Moscow, London, LA, and points in between. Their debut album Expressions was a warmly received dance-pop-prog excursion that drew apt comparisons to Abba, Kate Bush, Bonnie Tyler, and Giorgio Moroder. After things settled down and they got back to their workaday lives, they began chipping away at a new record. In the course of several years, one or two songs at a time, 'Impressions' took shape. By now, the world has swayed in ways that seemed unlikely back at the band's dawning. When their first EPs began coming out in 2007, MGM was an anomaly; a real band capable of crafting a steady stream of hook-dense A-sides, who played honest-to-goodness live dance music. This time around, of course, they're sending a record out into a world that has turned just enough to embrace the kind of analog disco that MGM has been making for years. While remaining unambiguously pop, Impressions sees the group's aural sheen and careworn elegance joined to deeper grooves and oblique sonic turns. Never before, though, has an unhinged recounting of love won and lost been so blatantly entertaining. It's an assured, kinetic journey through light and dark, calm and chaos, with nothing less than pop transcendence waiting on the other side.
    1. Love Is All I Can Hear
    2. Inferno
    3. People All Over The World
    4. Tell Me How It Feels
    5. Part Of Me
    6. Nite After Nite
    7. Tuff Turf
    8. Never Get Over You
    9. Shine Down Forever
    Music Go Music
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    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Jake Xerxes Fussell Jake Xerxes Fussell Quick View

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    Jake Xerxes Fussell

    The Southern half of the Georgia-Alabama border follows the Chattahoochee River, which cleaves Columbus, Georgia from its decidedly less reputable neighbor, Phenix City, Alabama. Georgia's second city is the hometown of "Mother of the Blues" Ma Rainey and novelist Carson McCullers, but it was local hillbilly duo Darby and Tarlton's 1927 hit "Columbus Stockade Blues" that first immortalized Columbus in popular culture. Back in their day, if you ended up in lockup in Columbus, chances are you did your dirtiest deeds across the river. Historically rife with vice of every conceivable variety-gambling, prostitution, moonshining, and endemic corruption and violence perpetrated by both gangs and police-the notoriously anarchic Phenix City was once known as "The Wickedest City in America."


    A similar frontier liminality and skewed sense of place characterize the music of Durham, North Carolina singer and guitarist Jake Xerxes Fussell, whose self-titled debut record, produced by and featuring William Tyler, transmutes ten arcane folk and blues tunes into vibey cosmic laments and crooked riverine rambles. Jake Xerxes (yes, that's his real middle name, after Georgia potter D.X. Gordy) grew up in Columbus, son of Fred C. Fussell, a folklorist, curator, and photographer who hails from America's Wickedest City. Fred's fieldwork took him, often with young Jake in tow, across the Southeast documenting traditional vernacular culture, which included recording blues and old-time musicians with fellow folklorists and recordists George Mitchell and Art Rosenbaum (which led Jake to music, and to some of the songs herein) and collaborating with American Indian artists (which led Jake eventually to his graduate research on Choctaw fiddlers.)


    As a teenager Jake began playing and studying with elder musicians in the Chattahoochee Valley, apprenticing with Piedmont blues legend Precious Bryant ("Georgia Buck"), with whom he toured and recorded, and riding wild with Alabama bluesman, black rodeo rider, rye whiskey distiller, and master dowser George Daniel ("Rabbit on a Log"). He joined a Phenix City country band who were students of Jimmie Tarlton of Darby and Tarlton; he accompanied Etta Baker in North Carolina; he moved to Berkeley, where he hung with genius documentary filmmaker Les Blank and learned from Haight folkies like Will Scarlett (Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna, Brownie McGhee) and cult fingerstyle guitarist Steve Mann ("Push Boat"); he appeared on A Prairie Home Companion. He did a whole lot of listening, gradually honing his prodigious guitar skills, singing, and repertoire. In 2005 he moved to Oxford, Mississippi, where he enrolled in the Southern Studies department at Ole Miss, recorded and toured with Rev. John Wilkins, and, last year, met up with acclaimed artist William Tyler to begin recording his first solo album.


    Collaborating with Tyler and engineer Mark Nevers in Nashville was a conscious decision to depart cloistered trad scenes and sonics for broader, more oblique horizons. Tyler, a guitar virtuoso known for his own compositions that untether and reframe traditional six-string forms and techniques, helmed the push boat in inimitable fashion, enlisting crack(ed) Nashville session vets Chris Scruggs (steel guitar, bass, fiddle: Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Marty Stuart), Brian Kotzur (drums: Silver Jews), and Hoot Hester (fiddle: Bill Monroe, Ray Charles) to crew.


    So it's no accident that Jake approaches the songs and styles represented here with both interpretive respect and unfussy irreverence, imbuing them with equal parts vaporish, percolating atmosphere and academic rigor, honoring the folksong headwaters by emphasizing their liquid mutability, alien strangeness, and sly humor above preconceived notions of static authenticity. Fussell recognizes that folk revivalist preciousness about spurious genre boundaries often feels absurdly at odds with the unruliness and restlessly inventive practices of tradition bearers-no revival or reenactment gear is necessary when the music lives and breathes and throws around hips and knees like these. Likewise, when you examine their lyrical content, ostensibly linear tales about rivers and work (labor of the hands, as in "Boat's up the River" and "Man at the Mill" and labor of the heart, as in "Star Girl" and "Pork and Beans") reveal themselves as fractured, riddled with narrative lacunae that open up the texts as squirrelly riddles or gentle metaphysical jokes.


    For Fussell, these odd disjunctures demonstrate the way that verses and choruses, the stories we tell, disintegrate and erode over time, worn smooth as river stones and transmogrified by their repeated telling, more lovely for their fissures and absences than for any imaginary original integrity. (Aptly, "Chattahoochee" may mean something like "writing on rocks" in Muscogee or Yuchi.) Each song rendered here contains its own twinned inversion-its own Columbus, its own Phenix City-and Jake navigates their shoals with intuitive grace and authority.

    1. All in Down and Out
    2. Let Me Lose
    3. Star Girl
    4. Raggy Levy"
    5. Rabbit on a Log
    6. Boat's up the River
    7. Man at the Mill
    8. Push Boat
    9. Georgia Buck
    10. Pork and Beans
    Jake Xerxes Fussell
    $21.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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