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    Day & Age

    Day & Age is the third studio album by American rock band The Killers, originally released on November 18, 2008, by Island Records. Frontman and lead vocalist Brandon Flowers stated that it is the band's most playful record. By May 2015, Day & Age had sold three million copies worldwide.
    1. Losing Touch
    2. Human
    3. Spaceman
    4. Joy Ride
    5. A Dustland Fairytale
    6. This Is Your Life
    7. I Can't Stay
    8. Neon Tiger
    9. The World We Live In
    10. Goodnight, Travel Well
    The Killers
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  • Silver Age Silver Age Quick View

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    Silver Age

    Those familiar with the decades-spanning oeuvre of Bob Mould, from his pioneering early '80s work with HÜsker DÜ to his solo work in singer/songwriter, electronic, and rock modes, to the deafening pop sparkle of Sugar, might expect a new album bearing the title Silver Age to be a somber and reflective set in the mode of his last album, 2009's Life and Times and they'd be way off the mark.



    The new record features Bob's current band which includes drummer Jon Wurster (Superchunk) and bassist Jason Narducy (Verbow, Split Single), on 10 brand-new Mould compositions in the punishingly loud, melodically sparkling pop/rock vein of the Sugar catalog and the intensity of his latter-day HÜsker DÜ output.



    "I'd been batting around the idea of another aggressive pop record for some time," Bob says, "especially as the 20th anniversary of Copper Blue kept getting closer. It's no surprise, then, that Silver Age careens out of the speakers with a sense of exhilaration that reflects the excitement with which Bob and his live band cranked out the record in a tight whirlwind of a window in early 2012.

    1. Star Machine
    2. Silver Age
    3. The Descent
    4. Briefest Moment
    5. Steam of Hercules
    6. Fugue State
    7. Round the City Square
    8. Angels Rearrange
    9. Keep Believing
    10. First Time Joy
    Bob Mould
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    Little Dark Age

    Little Dark Age is the long awaited new album from MGMT. The album is produced by MGMT, Patrick Wimberly (Chairlift, Kelela, Blood Orange), and long-time collaborator Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips, Spoon, Tame Impala). MGMT recorded Little Dark Age at Tarbox Road Studios in Cassadaga, NY.


    Formed in 2002 by Andrew VanWyngarden (lead vocals, guitar, keyboard, bass guitar, drums, percussion) and Ben Goldwasser (vocals, keyboards, guitar, percussion), MGMT released their influential, Grammy-nominated, debut album Oracular Spectacular in 2007. This was followed by 2010's Congratulations and 2013's self-titled album MGMT.

    LP 1
    1. She Works Out Too Much
    2. Little Dark Age
    3. When You Die
    4. Me and Michael


    LP 2
    1. TSLAMP
    2. James
    3. Days That Got Away
    4. One Thing Left to Try
    5. When You're Small
    6. Hand It Over

    MGMT
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    Stray Age (Discontinued)


    1. Stray Age
    2. It's You
    3. That'll Be The Plan
    4. In These Hearts
    5. Who Knows Where The Time Goes
    6. Carby's Tune
    7. The Old Measure
    8. By Dream
    9. Where We Belong
    10. Restoration Sketches
    11. Every Color And Kind
    12. The Hour Of Sleep
    Daniel Martin Moore
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    Coming Of Age

    Call it a generous fluency, an affable virtuosity. Call it a true band spirit. The best bands have all had something that can't be forced: A refined mastery of music and a willingness to converse through music. That's what you hear, above all, on bassist Ben Williams' sophomore recording, Coming of Age: The sound of a musician who's cultivated an authentic rapport with some of the best young players in New York City.


    We have these group texts that we send to each other all the time," Williams says of his band, Sound Effect. "We're just as entertaining to each other off stage as on. If there were ever a reality show about jazz, we'd be good candidates for it!"


    Coming of Age for the 30-year-old Williams means playing a lively role among his peers and a vital part in the music world at large. After winning the prestigious Monk Institute Competition in 2009, Williams got busy turning his youthful promise into real achievement. "My career as a bandleader and composer started from the moment I won," he says. "I had this opportunity to say something-and an obligation, too." In 2011 Williams delivered a debut album, State Of Art, to great critical acclaim and toured widely as a bandleader with Sound Effect. He became a sought after and beloved sideman, playing so many sets at one year's Winter Jazzfest that he rarely left the stage. Most impressively, he assumed a highly-coveted place in guitarist Pat Metheny's Unity Band. "Ben has a fearless and open-minded approach to what music can be," Metheny has said. "A wonderful combination of skills."


    For all his strides in bandleading and performing, on the track Coming of Age Williams shows his greatest growth as a composer. "Composing seems like a nebulous thing," he says. "But the ability to translate a feeling into actual music, takes a lot of doing it, a lot of practice. Which chord is going to invoke this feeling? What's the best key for this idea?" And Williams has some big ideas and feelings to convey, necessitating heavy skill in musical translation and storytelling. On "Toy Soldiers," for example, a martial rhythm and chantlike riff send a message about the sacrifices of war. He wrote the uplifting "Strength And Beauty" on the day of the 2012 Newtown school shooting.


    "The tragic news hit me hard, and this tune came to me as a way of feeling my way through the tragedy. The title was inspired later, when I saw how [jazz saxophonist] Jimmy Greene and his family responded to losing their daughter at Newtown. Their pain is something most of us can't even imagine, but the way Jimmy held it together and became a beacon of light and true strength was an inspiration to everyone."


    Williams takes a page from the Miles Davis school of bandleading by encouraging his band members to compose in the studio, too. For the R&B tribute anthem "Voice of Freedom (for Mandela)," Williams enlisted the smooth soulfulness of singer-songwriter Goapele-and then headed in to record the song with a characteristically open mind. In the studio, saxophonist Marcus Strickland contributed an on-the-spot horn arrangement with the sunny harmony of a South African choir.


    As much as Williams writes in response to politics and current events, his compositions are a respectful celebration of the musical past, too. The driving samba rhythms of "Forecast" are an homage to the jazz fusion group Weather Report, with the tune's melody inspired by Wayne Shorter's "Over Shadow Hill Way." Williams's fluid fretless grooves on "Half Steppin'" recall Jaco Pastorius's "Teen Town."


    Williams sees covers of pop tunes as a bestowal to the jazz canon. "I always like to contribute new repertoire to the jazz songbook," says Williams. "For me it's very important to shout out all the young, new songs coming out." His gift on this album is a moving instrumental version of Lianne La Havas' breakup ballad "Lost & Found." Guest trumpeter Christian Scott communicates the contained heartache of La Havas's song lyrics, with a lightly arranged string quartet adding the right amount of solace.


    Coming of Age concludes with the sweeping title tune, a showcase for Williams's broad stylistic range. "I wanted 'Coming of Age' to feel big," he says. "I was thinking of it in movements, as a kind of mini-symphony." In the final section of "Coming of Age," Williams picks up a bow for the only time on the record, filtering the sound to other worldly but soulful effect. "The vibe I was going for at the end was Prince," Williams says. "I wanted it to feel sonically transformed, tripped out." It's an auspicious end to an accomplished sophomore recording, with Williams' bowed strings sauntering off into the stars to explore for the next album.


    Whatever comes next for Ben Williams, it's sure to be as engaging as it is virtuosic. As an artist who's come of age, Williams' raw talent has evolved into musical grace, conviction, and power. He's a musician in meaningful dialogue with his band Sound Effect, with current events, with musical styles past and present, and finally, with his listeners.


    "My favorite thing is when someone comes up to me who's heard my music and they're singing one of my tunes," Williams enthuses. "Humming a melody! That's the best feeling in the world, when one of my tunes has stuck in someone's head."

    1. Black Villain Music
    2. Voice of Freedom (for Mandela) featuring Goapele
    3. Toy Soldiers
    4. Lost & Found
    5. Half Steppin'
    6. Smells Like Teen Spirit
    7. Toy Soldiers (Reprise)
    8. Coming of Age
    Ben Williams
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    The Golden Age Of Knowhere

    Limited Edition



    Funeral Party, a three-piece alternative rock band rising out of the East L.A. party scene, makes their full length debut with The Golden Age of Knowhere. The album was produced by Lars Stalfors (Matt & Kim, The Mars Volta) and mixed by Dave Sardy (Band of Horses, LCD Soundsystem, Oasis.)

    1. New York City Moves To The Sounds Of LA
    2. Car Wars
    3. Finale
    4. Where Did It Go Wrong
    5. Just Because
    6. Postcards of Persuasion
    7. Giant Song
    8. City in Silhouettes
    9. Youth & Poverty
    10. Relics to Ruins
    11. Golden Age of Knowhere
    Funeral Party
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  • Operation: Doomsday (Silver Age Set) Operation: Doomsday (Silver Age Set) Quick View

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    Operation: Doomsday (Silver Age Set)

    This special edition 2xLP package comes housed in an all new exclusive jacket featuring DOOM's
    infamous metal mask icon embossed out of a metallic silver foil.


    Underneath his mysterious metal mask, MF Doom hides the cachet underground legends are made of. After KMD's 1994 sophomore album Bl_ck B_st_rds was turfed by Elektra in 1994 and Subroc (one half of the sibling rhyme duo) passed away, surviving KMD member Zev Love X mutated into the MC Avenger known as MF Doom. The Rap world is better for it. This 19-cut deep album is ridiculously dope, in a bizarro Ol' Dirty Bastard kind of way. Doom sounds either high or drunk on most of the tracks, his self-produced beats are gritty, and his rhyme styles are almost indecipherable. On arguably the best track, Rhymes Like Dimes, Doom weaves some pointed lyrics through his abstract wordplay, spitting 'only in America could you find a way to earn a healthy buck / And still keep your attitude on self-destruct.' Doomsday features female vocalist Pebbles the Invisible accompanying the masked rhyme avenger on his journey to denounce wack MCs, while on ? he trades hot verses with former Columbia artist Kurious Jorge. Doom's avant-garde ghetto-rhyme philosophies take even more intentionally weird twists on Tick, Tick... where he and guest MC MF Grimm's flows warble over a rhythm track whose tempo speeds up and slows down continually. The comic-book themed skits, many of which include snippets of dialogue from Marvel's Dr. Doom series, will help take you deep into the mind of an MC who is as otherworldly as they come. And in today's bland commercial Rap universe, Operation Doomsday's left-of-center beats and rhymes are the perfect remedy.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. The Time We Faced Doom (Skit)
    2. Doomsday
    3. Rhymes Like Dimes
    4. The Finest
    5. Back In The Days (Skit)
    6. Go With The Flow
    7. Tick, Tick
    8. Red And Gold
    9. The Hands Of Doom (Skit)
    10. Who You Think I Am?
    11. Doom, Are You Awake? (Skit)
    12. Hey!
    13. Operation: Greenbacks
    14. The M.I.C.
    15. The Mystery Of Doom (Skit)
    16. Dead Bent
    17. Gas Drawls
    18. ?
    19. Hero vs. Villain (Epilogue)
    MF Doom
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  • New Age Music Is Here New Age Music Is Here Quick View

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    New Age Music Is Here

    Mysteries is just as it implies. A few months ago the Felte label
    received an anonymous demo accompanied by a photo of 3
    figures, faces covered like some sort of futuristic druids. To this
    day the label still doesn't know the group's origin, but the joy of
    discovering this music unimpeded renders this fact almost
    irrelevant.


    There's a sense that the band would prefer to keep your focus on
    the music and not who they are, where they come from or what
    you might perceive them to be before hearing a single note. If you
    need glorious mug shots and preamble to capture your intrigue,
    then this is not for you. The album's title, New Age Music is Here,
    could even be interpreted as a sarcastic shot at the new listening
    habits dictated by the constant noise all around us, but is more
    likely a simple invitation to engage with the music on its own
    terms, in its own universe.


    One thing is certain. New Age Music Is Here glows with exotic,
    crunchy, muscular, expressive pop music built around vocals and
    drums, rather than the big synth or guitar riffs prevalent today.
    Almost like a psych-rock, cyborg, 50's doo-wop Alice Coltrane if
    you will. Is it truly new age? We definitely haven't heard much like
    it.


    Listen with an open mind and heart and you too might believe in
    music once again strictly for music's sake. Let's get to it then,
    shall we?

    1. Introduction (New Age Music Is Here)
    2. Knight Takes Rook
    3. Newly Thrown
    4. Stateless Wonder
    5. Authenticity Machine
    6. Motion
    7. Ev'rything
    8. I Wanna
    9. Call and Respsone, With Morals
    10. In The Dark
    11. Deckard
    12. Trust
    Mysteries
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  • December Day December Day Quick View

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    December Day

    Country music legend Willie Nelson is opening his vault with the launch of a brand-new archival
    series, titled Willie's Stash. The first release of the series is
    titled, December Day Willie's Stash Vol. 1.


    Central to December Day is the collaboration of Willie and
    Sister Bobbie. From Willie's earliest years in his native
    Abbott, Texas, Bobbie, two years his senior, was a part of
    his musical upbringing; the duo learned to read music and
    play instruments at an early age under the tutelage of their
    grandparents. Playing together in bands early on in their
    careers, Bobbie has been a key highlighted member of Willie's
    Family Band since its inception, and their bond as siblings
    and musicians-a bond that reflects years of both practice and
    spontaneity-is palpable throughout December Day.


    December Day features new versions of gems from Willie's
    extensive songwriting catalog "Permanently Lonely," "My
    Old Peculiar Way" and some eclectic covers Irving Berlin's
    "Alexander's Ragtime Band" and "What'll I Do" with some
    sprinkled contributions from other Family Band members,
    including harmonica player Mickey Raphael and the late Bee
    Spears on bass.


    The Willie's Stash series offers curated vault releases taken
    from decades of recording and touring-a career that's long
    established Willie Nelson as an all-time American icon.
    December Day is Willie's fifth release since signing to
    Legacy Recordings in 2012. His most recent release, Band Of
    Brothers, was released in June and hit No. 1 on Billboard's
    Country Albums chart.

    LP 1
    1. Alexander's Ragtime Band
    2. Permanently Lonely
    3. What'll I Do
    4. Summer of Roses / December Day; Summer of Roses\ December Day
    5. Nuages
    6. Mona Lisa
    7. I Don't Know Where I Am Today
    8. Amnesia
    9. Who'll Buy My Memories?
    10. The Anniversary Song


    LP 2
    1. Laws of Nature
    2. Walkin'
    3. Always
    4. I Let My Mind Wander
    5. Is the Better Part Over
    6. My Own Peculiar Way
    7. Sad Songs and Waltzes
    8. Ou Es-Tu Mon Amour / I Never Cared for You; Ou Es-Tu Mon Amour\ I Never Cared for You

    Willie Nelson
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  • A New Day Yesterday A New Day Yesterday Quick View

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    A New Day Yesterday

    Import


    Named after the early Jethro Tull classic, which he expertly covers here in a jaw-dropping performance, A New Day Yesterday is a fine debut by guitar ace Joe Bonamassa. And though his record company tried to ride the coattails of teenage guitar prodigies like Kenny Wayne Shepard and Jonny Lang and position him (misguidedly and much too late) as a straight-up prodigal blues kid, Bonamassa is really much more than a traditional bluesman. Rather, as best exemplified by the Jethro Tull number cited above, his bluesy take on Free's Walk in My Shadows, or his hard boogie romp through Al Kooper's Nuthin' I Wouldn't Do (For a Woman Like You), this excellent debut places the guitarist's influences as much in classic '70s hard rock as in the blues. Along with his deceptively age-wearied vocals (he was only 22 at the time of this recording), this unusual combination translates into the aggressive, soulful crunch heard on Bonamassa's many original compositions. Among these, the jolting double whammy of Miss You, Hate You and Colour and the Shape (note the Anglicized spelling) are the most obvious standouts, but the guitarist also makes the Warren Haynes-penned If Heartaches Were Nickels his own with a tense, riveting performance. All in all, a promising debut.

    -All Music Guide

    Cradle Rock
    Walk In My Shadows
    A New Day Yesterday
    I Know Where I Belong
    Miss You, Hate You (Rock Radio Remix)
    Nuthin' I Wouldn't Do (For A Woman Like You)
    Colour And Shape
    Headaches To Heartbreaks
    Trouble Waiting
    If Heartaches Were Nickels
    Current Situation
    Don't Burn Down That Bridge
    Joe Bonamassa
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  • The Golden Age of Harpsichord Music (Speakers Corner) The Golden Age of Harpsichord Music (Speakers Corner) Quick View

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    The Golden Age of Harpsichord Music (Speakers Corner)

    The harpsichord, sometimes disrespectfully referred to as a plucked instrument with keys, left its stamp on the musical language of the Baroque as no other. Whether employed as a continuous bass to accompany delicate chamber music, or heard in heady open-air concerts, or just as a solo instrument, its bright sound, rich in overtones, was highly esteemed by all important composers and musicians of the era. Due to the construction of the instrument it is not possible to play with a differentiated volume of sound, so performers made a virtue of necessity in that they concentrated upon lively phrasing and a well-considered choice of register.



    In the present recording Rafael Puyana plays a two-manual Pleyel harpsichord and interprets a wide and varied range of European keyboard works from the 17th and 18th centuries. Along with compositions by Louis Couperin and Domenico Scarlatti's, both of whom had a great influence on style in their day, this compilation has at its heart works by the English composers John Bull, William Byrd and Peter Philips, which are taken from the most famous collection of all Baroque compositions, the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book. Short notes on the back cover provide useful information on the works' historical context.



    Musicians:



    • Besard, Couperin, Francisque, Scarlatti, Freixanet, Bach, Bull, Byrd, Philips, Peerson, and AlbÉniz - Rafael Puyana (harpischord)




    Recording: April and May 1962 at Ballroom Studio A of Fine Recording, New York City, by C. Robert Fine and Robert Eberenz

    Production: Wilma Cozart-Fine and Harold Lawrence




    About Speakers Corner



    At the beginning of the 90s, in the early days of audiophile vinyl re-releases, the situation was fairly straightforward. Companies such as DCC, Mobile Fidelity, Classic Records and, of course, Speakers Corner all maintained a mutual, unwritten ethical code: we would only use analogue tapes to manufacture records.



    During the course of the present vinyl hype, many others have jumped on the bandwagon in the hope of securing a corner of the market. Very often they are not so ethical and use every imaginable source to master from: CDs, LPs, digital files, MP3s - or employed existant tools from the 80s and 90s for manufacturing.



    A digital delay is gladly used when cutting a lacquer disc because tape machines with an analogue delay have become quite rare and are therefore expensive. When cutting the lacquer, the audio signal is delayed by one LP revolution against the signal, which controls the cutter head, and for this a digital delay is very often employed. Of course, the resultant sound signal is completely digital and thus only as good as this delay.



    We should like to emphasise that Speakers Corner Records on principle only uses the original master tape as the basis for the entirely analogue cutting of lacquer discs. In addition, the pressing tool is newly manufactured as a matter of principle. We have one digital recording in our catalogue (Alan Parsons / Eye In The Sky"), but even in this particular case we used the analogue tapes for cutting.



    We only employ existing tools for manufacturing if an improved result is not forthcoming, e.g. the title Elvis Is Back, which was mastered by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, or several titles from our Philips Classics series, which in any case Willem Makkee cut from the original masters at the Emil Berliner Studios in the 90s. It goes without saying that we only used the mother and that new tools were made for our production.



    To put it in a nutshell: we can ensure you that our releases are free from any kind of digital effects - excluding the exception above - and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.



    1. Branle Gay
    2. Tombeau de M. de Blancrocher
    3. Branle de Montirande
    4. Sonata in E Major, K. 381
    5. Sonata in A Major
    6. Concerto in D Minor, after Alessandro Marcello
    7. Les Buffons
    8. La Volta
    9. Pavana Dolorosa-Galiarda Dolorosa
    10. My Lady Carey's Dompe
    11. The Primrose-The Fall of the Leafe
    12. The King's Hunt
    13. Sinata In D Major
    Rafael Puyana
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    The 25th Day Of December


    The Bobby Darin/Friday Music Orignal Masters Series Continues


    His Classic 1959 Christmas Album


    Remastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso From The Original ATCO Records Stereophonic Tapes


    Bobby Darin was a gifted one indeed. His legendary musical career broke wide open in the mid-fifties, followed with a plethora of hit recordings in the pop, rock, country and jazz vein. He utilized his short time on earth to share his talents with millions of fans with his records, songwriting, concerts, movies and television shows.


    His fortunes carried further into the late fifties as he broke even more ground, creating one of the most beautiful spiritual crossover holiday hit albums of all time with his masterpiece The 25th Day Of December. Featuring stellar Bobby Darin interpretations of inspirational favorites like definitive readings of Holy Holy Holy, Ave Maria and O Come All Ye Faithful, The 25th Day Of December was truly a groundbreaking album for this sorely missed artist.


    The 1959 holiday masterpiece finds the artist at the top of his game. Produced by Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun and orchestrated by Bobby Scott, The 25th Day Of December is filled with beautifully arranged renditions of gospel classics like his hit versions of Go Tell It On The Mountain, Child Of God and the wonderful Silent Night, Holy Night.


    This limited edition audiophile masterpiece has been impeccably mastered by Joe Reagoso (Elvis Presley/Johnny Cash) from the original ATCO Records tapes and features the original LP artwork not seen in years.


    Bobby Darin passed away in 1973 at the young age of 37. He left behind years of incredible recordings and memories that his millions of fans will enjoy for decades to come. His legacy continues further now with a revisit to one of the finest inspirational holiday albums of all time, The 25th Day Of December.


    Holy Holy Holy...

    1. O Come All Ye Faithful
    2. Poor Little Jesus
    3. Child Of God
    4. Baby Born Today
    5. Holy Holy Holy
    6. Ave Maria
    7. Go Tell It On The Mountain
    8. While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
    9. Jehovah Hallelujah
    10. Mary Where Is Your Baby
    11. Silent Night, Holy Night
    12. Dona Nobis Pacem
    13. Amen
    Bobby Darin
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  • Any Day Now (Pure Pleasure) Any Day Now (Pure Pleasure) Quick View

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    Any Day Now (Pure Pleasure)

    The material - many of the Dylan classics - is unsurpassable. Her voice is at its zenith, young, supple - neither undisciplined (as in her 1st records) nor the later, low vibrato warble. There is none of the self-conscious and silly Dylan vocal imitation found in Baez's later recording. Where Dylan's own singing is wonderfully raw and rough, Baez is clear and pure. Both are great for me, but very, very different from each other. These lovely renditions are like no one else's. Just pure Joan in her finest voice.



    She is backed here by several of the very best of '70s Nashville session musicians (pickers). Some folks think of Nashville sidemen as inevitably bound up with Country Music. While this is not counter-country, it fits much more into folk - as the names Dylan and Baez rightly connote.



    One Too Many Mornings is too often overlooked among Dylan's compositions, and this is among the best renditions I've heard. The full-length, unhurried treatment Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowland is spell-binding and satisfying. Perhaps my favorite, though, is the subtle and poignant Spanish Boots of Spanish Leather. Dylan's lyrical genius is fully manifest, in his gorgeous melody and Joan Baez's a wonderful performance.
    For many of us who listened both then and recently, this pristine work inevitably reminds us how much has aged in the decades since this earlier era - also recaptured so vividly in Dylan's own Chronicles. These are timely works, both for reminiscence and to introduce newbies to the non-acid experiences that stirred an earlier generation. But regardless of any social import, this is simply beautiful poetry and music.



    Musicians:



    • Joan Baez (guitar, vocal)

    • Fred Carter (mandolin)

    • Hargus 'Pig' Robbins (keyboards)

    • Stephen Stills, Pete Drake, Harold Rugg (guitar)

    • Tommy Jackson, Johnny Gimble (violin)




    Recording: 1968 by Selby Cofeen

    Production: Maynard Solomon



    Format: 2LPs 33rpm / gatefold sleeve



    About Pure Pleasure



    At the beginning of the 90s, in the early days of audiophile vinyl re-releases, the situation was fairly straightforward. Companies such as DCC, Mobile Fidelity, Classic Records and, of course, Pure Pleasure all maintained a mutual, unwritten ethical code: we would only use analogue tapes to manufacture records.



    During the course of the present vinyl hype, many others have jumped on the bandwagon in the hope of securing a corner of the market. Very often they are not so ethical and use every imaginable source to master from: CDs, LPs, digital files, MP3s - or employed existent tools from the 80s and 90s for manufacturing.



    A digital delay is gladly used when cutting a lacquer disc because tape machines with an analogue delay have become quite rare and are therefore expensive. When cutting the lacquer, the audio signal is delayed by one LP revolution against the signal, which controls the cutter head, and for this a digital delay is very often employed. Of course, the resultant sound signal is completely digital and thus only as good as this delay.



    We should like to emphasize that Pure Pleasure Records on principle only uses the original master tape as the basis for the entirely analogue cutting of lacquer discs. In addition, the pressing tool is newly manufactured as a matter of principle.



    We only employ existing tools for manufacturing if an improved result is not forthcoming, e.g. the title Elvis Is Back, which was mastered by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, or several titles from our Philips Classics series, which in any case Willem Makkee cut from the original masters at the Emil Berliner Studios in the 90s. It goes without saying that we only used the mother and that new tools were made for our production.



    To put it in a nutshell: we can ensure you that our releases are free from any kind of digital effects and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.


    1. Love Minus Zero/No Limit
    2. North Country Blues
    3. You Ain't Going Nowhere
    4. Drifter's Escape
    5. I Pity the Poor Immigrant

    6. Tears of Rage
    7. Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands
    8. Love Is Just a Four-Letter Word
    9. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine

    10. The Walls of Redwing
    11. Dear Landlord
    12. One Too Many Mornings
    13. I Shall Be Released
    14. Boots of Spanish Leather
    15. Walkin' Down the Line

    16. Restless Farewell
    Joan Baez
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    Same Thoughts Different Day (Awaiting Repress)

    Legendary Canadian punk group Subhumans emerged from the 1978 font of creativity that produced DOA and The Pointed Sticks. They have been part of the Alternative Tentacles family since being included on the infamous Let Them Eat Jellybeans compilation and played shows with Dead Kennedys, Minor Threat, Black Flag, and Bad Brains.


    Their first album Incorrect Thoughts was released on Vancouver label Friends Records in 1980. They always planned to make their older material available again, but a now defunct San Francisco label had issued an unauthorized version of Incorrect Thoughts in the '80s which substituted some remixes without the band's knowledge, included tracks which hadn't made the cut for the original album, and changed the cover art. It was an unpleasant mystery for the band and three decades later the former owner of that label was asserting ownership over the original album, preventing its re-release without an expensive and contentious legal tussle.


    The Subhumans decided to meet the challenge to their ownership of their own material by rerecording all of the songs from the Incorrect Thoughts album, which they proceeded to do at the Hive Studios in Vancouver, assisted by Jesse Gander. Original members Brian Goble (vocals), Gerry Hannah (bass), Mike Graham (guitar), and newly-recruited drummer Jon Card (formerly with Personality Crisis, SNFU, and DOA among others) got together in 2005 to record a new album of original material, New Dark Age Parade, for Alternative Tentacles (Virus366) and the band had reactivated into a live entity. The intent was neither to slavishly recreate the old recordings nor to radically reinterpret the songs, but updating the sounds and the recording techniques while maintaining the original spirit of the album. As a bonus, Subhumans recorded six additional songs from the same period for the second 12 of a two LP set, some of which had never been recorded before!

    1. Big Picture
    2. Dead at Birth
    3. Firing Squad
    4. Urban Guerrillas
    5. The Scheme
    6. War in the Head
    7. Model of Stupidity
    8. Death to the Sickoids
    9. New Order
    10. Slave to My Dick
    11. Refugee
    12. Greaser Boy
    13. Let's Go Down to Hollywood
    14. I Gotta Move
    15. Out of Place
    16. Escalator to Hell
    17. Out of Line
    18. Behind the Smile
    19. Twenty-First Century
    20. We're Alive
    Subhumans
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    Time Is Over One Day Old

    Bear In Heaven's new album is aptly titled Time is Over One Day Old. It's a record with a visceral
    relationship to time and its processes.Where invulnerability and ambition can support you as you grow,
    at some point they become dead weight, and being true to yourself means casting them off,starting anew.
    This plays out as a powerful analogy for the band across the arc of it's career.


    They've always made intriguing records, here especially. It's easy to see why musicians fall hard for this
    band.They entice and envelop you. Any Bear In Heaven song will most likely greet you with a provocative
    beat, textural synthesizers and unassuming but adeptly supportive bass and guitar, all exquisitely
    arranged and glistening.Jon Philpot's high,smooth,strong voice is so tightly wound into the music that
    it can be easy to overlook the lyrics, Bear In Heaven's capacious third dimension. Philpot is a center-seeking, contemplative writer who captures the fleeting thoughts that underscore our emotional lives,the
    interactions with the world that are both difficult to express and anathema in daily conversation.


    While all of this can be said of any Bear In Heaven album, each varies wildly in tone and approach. 2007's
    Red Bloom of the Boom is ambitious and experimental. Beast Rest Forth Mouth(2009)was a pivotal record
    that still feels important,seductive and intense.On their 2012 LP I Love You, It's Cool the structural and
    musical ideas are challenging, and masterfully developed. For Time is Over One Day Old,we witness the
    band once again turning their gaze inward and prioritizing their evocative abilities in line with or even
    slightly ahead of technical skills. It feels very much in the tradition of BRFM in that way. It's beautiful; it's
    moving.


    Here Philpot and Adam Wills are more deeply collaborative than ever. This album is darker at times,
    louder than their others; it feels personal and direct."If I Were To Lie"places Wills' bass groove front and
    center,"Demon" is riveting and propulsive in spite of its dark pointed lyric, and"They Dream"dissolves
    into three and a half minutes of deeply satisfying ambient synth work in its second half.Wills has always
    been the bands anchor, providing rock solid,rhythmic bass lines and guitars that blur the boundaries of
    Philpot's synth. Though in moments such as the final track, "You Don't Need The World," Wills cuts
    through with an audacious, biting guitar hook. It's a great culmination of the album's sense of release.
    This album isn't about being dark, it's about releasing darkness and frustration.


    When bands age well, their vitality takes shape. They wear, but with intention. They trim excesses.
    Throughout this album you'll hear a band at peace with themselves. They've learned to cut back on that
    which is merely impressive and to concentrate on simply what is crucial.For Philpot this is about making
    something lasting. "A lot of shedding, getting rid of layers and preconceptions breaking up with old
    ways of thinking, old ways of being, starting to look at this thing in a new way and finding something
    positive."The result is a record that will stay with you.

    1. Autumn
    2. Time Between
    3. If I Were To Lie
    4. They Dream
    5. The Sun and The Moon and The Stars
    6. Memory Heart
    7. Demon
    8. Way Off
    9. Dissolve The Walls
    10. You Don't Need The World
    Bear In Heaven
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    Days of Future Passed

    Mastered by Joe Reagoso from the original Deram Records tapes!

    The Moody Blues Days In The Future Passed was an artistic crowning achievement for the ages. Containing 2 hits with Tuesday Afternoon and the monumental Nights In White Satin, which not only charted in 1967 but then again in 1972! Friday Music is very proud to announce The Moody Blues 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series with our first installment of their mind blowing classic 45th Anniversary Edition of Days Of Future Passed. This limited edition classic will be a much welcomed and important addition to your collection.

    1. The Day Begins
    2. Dawn: Dawn Is a Feeling
    3. Morning: Another Morning
    4. Lunch Break: Peak Hour
    5. Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon)
    6. Evening: the Sun Set: Twilight Time
    7. Night: Nights in White Satin
    Moody Blues
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    The Last Days of Oakland

    Fantastic Negrito is the incarnation of a musician who is reborn after going through a lot of awful shit. In fact, the name Fantastic Negrito represents his third rebirth, literally coming back from death this time. The narrative on this man is as important as the sound, because the narrative is the sound. Songs born from a long hard life channeled through black roots music. Slide guitar, drums, piano. Urgent, desperate, edgy. Fantastic Negrito is the story of a man who struggled to make it, who got it, and who lost it all. For anyone who ever felt like it was over yet hoped it wasn't, this is your music; blues harnessed, forged in realness. For anyone who ever considered getting their old high-school band back together, this is your inspiration. These are singular songs by a true musician who writes and produces. They are his fuel as he embarks on the third comeback of his life.

    The first life ('who am I and where am I going?'). Fantastic Negrito was raised in an orthodox Muslim household. His father was a Somali-Caribbean immigrant who mostly played traditional African music. When, at the age of 12, Negrito's family moved from Massachusetts to Oakland, he was hit with an intense culture shock. Oakland in 1980s was a million miles from Negrito's conservative childhood. He went from Arab chants to Funkadelic in one day, living in the heart of one of the wildest, most infamous, most vibrant black communities in the nation. Shit was extra real in Oakland.

    By the time he was 20, Negrito had taught himself to play every instrument he could get his hands on. He was recording music, but he was also caught up in street shit. This went on for several years until a near death encounter with masked gunmen. After that Negrito packed his bags and headed to LA, armed with a demo on cassette.

    The second life ('I want to be a star I think'). It didn't take long for Negrito to find himself entrenched in the 'Hollywood' lifestyle; clubs and bitches and bullshit politics that have nothing to do with great music. Negrito signed with a big time manager and soon after that, a million dollar deal at Interscope and soon after that, creative death.

    The record deal was a disaster. Gangsta rap was ruling the airwaves and Negrito was in the wrong place at the wrong era. Negrito came out of the deal with a failed album and his confidence gutted. He was infected by the constant emphasis on 'what would sell'; which looks, hooks and gimmicks would attract an audience. He lost all sense of himself. The songs stopped coming to him, so he quit. He sold all of his shit and he quit.

    In 2000, Negrito was in a near fatal car accident that put him in a coma. For four weeks it was touch and go. Because his muscles atrophied while bedridden, he had to go through months of frustrating physical therapy to regain use of his legs. Rods were placed throughout his body. And worst of all, his playing hand was mutilated. Though he rehabbed intensely for several years, the damage was permanent. In 2008, he returned home to Oakland.

    The third life (the birth of Negrito). Back in Oakland, Negrito forgot about life as a musician. He settled down, planted vegetables, raised his own chickens, and made money growing weed. He also settled into being a man, on his own, clear of the distractions of wanting to be a star. This is when his specific POV of the world came into focus. His conservative Muslim values melded with the liberal, multi-cultural world of Oakland. The cynicism that comes from struggle made room for the hope that comes from cheating death. He truly knew who he was. He was confident about his place in the world because he understood it as much as any man can. And then his son was born.

    With his son's entrance into the world, all the creative energy Negrito bottled for years came rushing out. His musical choices were sharp and without doubt. He began recording without the hindrances that come with chasing trends. Fuck what's hot now, what moves me? Negrito turned to the original DNA of all American music, the Blues. The beating life had given him primed him to channel his literal and musical forefathers: the Blues musicians of the Delta.

    For Fantastic Negrito, derivative is the devil so to ensure his sound is his own, every chord comes from a place of immediacy. Immediacy opens the door for instinct. Instinct is God's tool that makes an artist into an individual. Negrito leaves the original sounds of Lead Belly and Skip Woods intact and builds bridges to modernity by looping and sampling his own live instruments.

    When you listen to Negrito, you're invited to hear the story of life after destruction. Your dream can die. You probably will give up. But from there, you can start everything over.

    1. Intro - The Last Days of Oakland
    2. Working Poor
    3. About A Bird
    4. Scary Woman
    5. Interlude - What Would You Do?
    6. The Nigga Song
    7. In the Pines (Oakland)
    8. Hump Thru the Winter
    9. Lost In A Crowd
    10. Interlude 2 - El Chileno
    11. The Worst
    12. Rant Rushmore
    13. Nothing Without You
    14. Push Back
    15. The Shadows
    Fantastic Negrito
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    Ray Charles Greatest Hits

    The absolute greatest hits from all-time legend Ray Charles perfectly restored and pressed on 180 gram vinyl.


    The term 'legend' is used all too loosely in this day and age, but in Ray Charles, modern music has someone it can proudly label one of culture's true geniuses. This album contains his absolute greatest hits including Hit The Road Jack, Georgia On My Mind, Unchain My Heart, and One Mint Julep. Perfectly restored and pressed on 180 gram audio-grade vinyl.

    1. Them That Got
    2. Georgia On My Mind
    3. Unchain My Heart
    4. I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts of Town
    5. The Danger Zone
    6. I've Got News For You
    7. Hit The Road Jack
    8. Ruby
    9. I Wonder
    10. Sticks and Stones
    11. But On The Hand, Baby
    12. One Mint Julep
    Ray Charles
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    Everything In Between

    Vinyl LP + Book

    Since the release of Weirdo Rippers (2007), through Nouns (2008), and beyond, LA duo No Age has earned enthusiastic notice from Pitchfork to The New Yorker, and found themselves unlikely Grammy nominees. Everything In Between sees No Age expand on the emotional force at the core of their catchy song-writing through tone, structure, noise, and samples. They've pushed themselves in challenging and different directions, deconstructing their weird-out pop songs while still maintaining their original aesthetic and intent. And, it's their best record yet.

    1. Life Prowler
    2. Glitter
    3. Fever Dreaming
    4. Depletion
    5. Common Heat
    6. Skinned
    7. Katerpillar
    8. Valley Hump Crash
    9. Sorts
    10. Dusted
    11. Positive Amputation
    12. Shed and Transcend
    13. Chem Trails
    No Age
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    ...Like Clockwork

    The first album in 6 years from JOSHUA HOMME, TROY VAN
    LEEUWEN, MICHAEL SHUMAN, DEAN FERTITA, plus...for the recording, the return of Songs For The Deaf members, DAVE GROHL on drums, NICK OLIVERI and MARK LANEGAN


    Plus performances by SIR ELTON JOHN, TRENT REZNOR, ALEX TURNER (Arctic Monkeys), JAKE SHEARS (Scissor Sisters)

    Recorded by MARK RANKIN (Adele, "Rolling In The Deep")


    For their first album in six years, Joshua Homme's
    mighty Queens Of The Stone Age called back classic
    members Dave Grohl and Joey Castillo on drums,
    and Nick Oliveri and Mark Lanegan on vocals. In
    addition, some big names came in to perform:
    Elton John, Trent Reznor, Alex Turner (Arctic
    Monkeys), Jake Shears (Scissor Sisters), James
    Lavelle (U.N.K.L.E.) and more. Of course the current
    lineup of Troy Van Leeuwen, Michael Shuman and
    Dean Fertita also feature throughout.


    ...Like Clockwork contains Homme's most intense,
    personal and beautiful songwriting to date. While
    the thunder of Queens past is still evident (especially
    in lead single "My God Is The Sun") there are a
    number of gorgeous ballads - meditations on time
    passing, the struggle to create art, and the nearness
    of mortality.


    The music lives up to the album's lyrical and
    conceptual ambitions, with some of Homme's finest
    guitar work to date, at times recalling past greats
    such as Brian May or George Harrison, at other times
    uniquely his own. The rhythm section starts and
    stops on a dime, and in some of the more complex
    songs, the ensemble playing is virtuosic - but never
    sterile.


    The striking album artwork, imagery and intro
    animations are by young British artist Boneface,
    working closely with Homme.

    1. Keep Your Eyes Peeled
    2. I Sat By The Ocean
    3. The Vampyre of Time and Memory
    4. If I Had A Tail
    5. My God Is The Sun
    6. Kalopsia
    7. Fairweather Friends
    8. Smooth Sailing
    9. I Appear Missing
    10. Like Clockwork
    Queens of the Stone Age
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    Losing Feeling

    Losing Feeling is a new 4-song EP from Southern California's own No Age. All four songs were written in the band's Los Angeles practice space. Genie was even recorded there while the other three were recorded at Infrasonic Sound.
    1. Losing Feeling
    2. Genie
    3. Aim at the Airport
    4. You're a Target
    No Age
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    Weirdo Rippers


    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
    unity."- Stereogum


    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
    Wives.


    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
    10. Semi-Sorted
    11. Escarpment
    No Age
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    Desperate Souls of Tortured Times

    Welcome to the Taurean Empire; a decaying land where disease, war and corruption is rife. A wretched place of man and beast, where deception, fear and despair fills every dank alleyway and the stench of suffering drifts across endless, sun-scorched plains. As way of ensuring safe passage through this hellish hour, let us introduce your guides for the journey; four road-hardened mortals, brought together by luck, power and coincidence. Ladies and Gentlemen, take up arms and go safely as Age of Taurus show you a world inhabited by the Desperate Souls of Tortured Times....UK based Age of Taurus make no frills Doom-laden heavy metal, with an emphasis on HEAVY. Produced by Jaime Gomez Arellano (Angel Witch, Hexvessel, Ghost), 'Desperate Souls of Tortured Times' is a 42 minute collection of material written during their transition over the past three years. It's an unashamedly heavy voyage down a road less travelled, where each of the seven songs acts as a chapter from an altogether longer tale. Monstrous, mountain-shaking riffs are order of the day in the Empire, stepping aside only for Riddell's searing leads to take hold, whilst the lock-tight Bruce/Claydon rhythm section underpins all. Heading the charge from centre stage, Wright's lyrics act as a vivid narrative, painting pictures of ancient ritual and sprawling landscapes, somewhat reminiscent of Manilla Road and Brocas Helm in their prime. Some might assume that DSOTT is a concept album, however in reality, Age of Taurus is more like a 'concept band', intent on delivering undiluted and intriguing heavy metal to all that will listen.
    1. A Rush of Power
    2. Sinking City
    3. Always in the Eye
    4. Walk With Me, My Queen
    5. Desperate Souls
    6. Embrace the Stone
    7. The Bull and the Bear
    Age Of Taurus
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    Lucifer II

    The second coming of heavy rockers LUCIFER! After being formed back in 2014 and releasing the much-acclaimed "Lucifer I" via Rise Above in 2015, vocalist Johanna Sadonis has teamed up with Nicke Andersson (Entombed, The Hellacopters, Imperial State Electric) to reshape LUCIFER. With the addition of Robin Tidebrink (guitar), Alexandr Mayr (bass) and Dead Lord's Martin Nordin (guitar), LUCIFER successfully transformed into a whole new beast. While they are still citing Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Blue Öyster Cult, Steppenwolf, 70's Heart and Fleetwood Mac as influences, the songwriting, sound and diversity of "Lucifer II" mark a giant leap compared to the debut. The result are addictive tracks ranging from instant sing-alongs ('California Son') to moody ballads ('Dreamer') and Sabbath-ian doom ('Faux Pharaoh').


    Recorded in the summer of 2017 at Nicke's studio The Honk Palace, in Stockholm, and mixed by Swedish producer Ola Ersfjord (Tribulation, Primordial) at Cuervo Recording Services in Madrid, "Lucifer II" turns out to be a prime example how to properly transfer the undying spirit of 70's hard rock into this day and age.

    1. California Son
    2. Dreamer
    3. Phoenix
    4. Dancing With Mr. D
    5. Reaper On Your Heels
    6. Eyes In The Sky
    7. Before The Sun
    8. Aton
    9. Faux Pharaoh
    Lucifer
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