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    Dreamland

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    Dreamland (1996) is the first album by singer, songwriter, and guitarist Madeleine Peyroux. This wide-ranging set features Peyroux singing swing standards, originals and tunes that hint at country and folk music. Her supporting cast, which changes on each selection, includes a restrained James Carter on tenor and bass clarinet, Marc Ribot on dobro and guitar, trumpeter Marcus Printup, pianist Cyrus Chestnut, Vernon Reid on guitar and violinist Regina Carter, among others. Highlights include Walkin' After Midnight, I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter, La Vie En Rose and Muddy Water.

    1. Walkin' After Midnight
    2. Hey Sweet Man
    3. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter 3
    4. (Getting Some) Fun Out Of Life
    5. La Vie En Rose
    6. Always A Use
    7. A Prayer
    8. Muddy Water
    9. Was I?
    10. Dreamland
    11. Reckless Blues
    12. Lovesick Blues
    Madeleine Peyroux
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    Dreamland

    Natalie Bergman has had her picture taken on countless occasions -- hundreds of studio portraits and live shots and backstage festival snaps. But the simple, gorgeous black & white photo of Bergman on the cover of Wild Belle's Dreamland that she describes as just me and this sort of abyss That one was lensed by the person who best knows how to capture her essence on celluloid: Her older brother and bandmate, Elliot Bergman. Besides being Wild Belle's multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire, Elliot has an equally impressive flair for visual arts, from painting and sculpture to bronzemaking and photography. An avid collector of vintage cameras, Elliot brought along a recently acquired Polaroid Land Camera to a show Wild Belle played in Denver this summer: The duo grabbed a quick moment at their hotel to take the portraits of each other that grace the front and back of their new record. The pictures Elliot takes of me are always really beautiful and it's because he knows me better than anyone else on this Earth, says Natalie. Adds Elliot: I like that it's a photo of Natalie just being Natalie. And the stark contrast of her in the foreground with the dark background really fit with these collages she has been doing. Natalie is in the light but the shadows are pretty heavy and you can't really tell where she is or what's back there.


    Recorded at studios in their native Chicago, Natalie's new home of Los Angeles, Nashville and Toronto, Dreamland -- Wild Belle's bold, evolutionary new album -- derives from an era in the singer's life when she was struggling to get control of what she describes as the anger and deep sorrow that plagued her at the end of her most recent romantic relationship. For a woman whose music has always been inspired by her desire to translate her complicated feelings into immediately relatable songs, there was certainly plenty of grist for the mill. Dreamland tracks such as Losing You and It Was You (Baby Come Back) offer glimpses of the darkness that Natalie battled during the early months writing for the duo's sophomore full-length. But there are also genuine moments of lightness and ecstatic triumph, like Giving Up On You -- an irresistibly kinetic, punk number Wild Belle recorded with TV On The Radio's Dave Sitek producing.


    I was very heated when we were making this record. My body, my heart and my soul were filled with a flame, which sounds very dramatic but it's the truth, says Natalie. I had a healing moment when I moved to LA earlier this year, because I was far away from my ex and I felt like I was getting rid of a lot of baggage. That was the redemptive, triumphant time for my lyrics. On 'Giving Up On You,' I sing: 'Now I smile so bright, you can see me from outer space, look at me shine. Baby it's about time, I was so miserable and now I feel so alive.' All the songs I wrote near the end of making the album have that sentiment: 'Now look at where I am, after all the turmoil that was inside of me, I'm here and I'm happy and I'm ready for whatever comes my way.'


    The follow-up to 2013's Isles, Dreamland expands the band's ambitions in every way. It's deeper, it's more fun, it's more haunting, it's got more grooves, Elliot says. There's sorrow and pain but there's also hope and joy -- all those things can coexist in the songs because they coexist in life. He continues: Dreamland, that's not some kind of idealized notion of where we live and I hope people hear that as a question: What is the Dreamland What is our dream here The album doesn't get overtly political, but we're dealing with a lot of the things that are dark about what's happening now. 'Throw Down Your Guns' is about a relationship but is also kind of about the messed up situation that we're in right now. The chorus, 'Throw down your guns / In the name of love, I put my hands up,' to me can be heard in a number of ways, including as a prayer for peace or a cry out against violence.


    Importantly, the album also shares its name with one of the first songs Natalie remembers Elliot introducing her to: Bunny Wailer's 1970 reggae classic, Dreamland. One year for Christmas, he gave her a compilation of female artists who recorded at Jamaica's legendary Studio One, and it included Della Humphrey's version of the song. Natalie listened to it over and over and over again. I was so in love with it, she says. From there, I started my exploration of rocksteady and ska and lovers rock and anything that had to do with Jamaican music from the Fifties onward.


    The duo started writing music together several years ago, after Elliot took a sixteen year-old Natalie on tour to play percussion with his acclaimed Afrobeat ensemble, NOMO. I can present a song to Elliot and he has this foresight -- he can see things further than I see them, and he helps me realize things, she says. I'd been writing very simple melodic love songs since I was fifteen years old. I definitely have a pop sensibility in my style, and that's a great platform for Elliot to work from, because it's fun for him to have a cool little pop song and combine it with more eccentric sounds and make it into a weird, unique percussive jam. Sometimes he'll bring the jam to me and because we've got this routine together, we can write a song together wherever we are.


    Work on the album began in early 2014, in Chicago. The song that opens Dreamland -- Mississippi River -- was also the first one to come together in the studio. It was sparked by a moment of musical serendipity: The record starts with this pulsing ARP drone, says Elliot, which is a very expensive esoteric nerdy synthesizer that's complicated to program. Natalie and I had this weird, symbiotic thing where I was playing three chords off the ARP and she started playing different three chords on this out-of-tune autoharp she brought over. They were both completely in the wrong key, and yet perfectly in tune with each other. That was like the new bar for the record. It was like, 'Yeah, we're going to put synthesizers and saxophone and kalimbas on these songs, and we're going to have lavish string arrangements if we want to. We were getting comfortable with all of the materials that we love, and being like, 'I love this, so let's do it.


    They tracked several songs at home in Chicago last year, and then at the start of 2015, Natalie packed all of her belongings into the Wild Belle van and drove from Chicago to Venice, California. She rented a house where Elliot joined her a couple weeks later. When I had my place in Venice, Elliot would wake up earlier than I would and start making dope beats, says Natalie. One day he made this ridiculous song, 'The One That Got Away,' and the beat and underlying track were so exciting that it didn't take very long to write. Our friends came over and were jumping on the tabletops, dancing, getting naked because they loved the song so much.


    Playing the new songs at Lollapalooza for the first time with an eight-piece band, says Elliot, I had a feeling onstage that I'd never had before with Wild Belle, where you're part of a sound that's much bigger than you could make on your own. It's this charged-up badass feeling. It's about a groove and rhythmic energy and force and momentum and making a big, dark, deep sound -- something that moves people and makes you want to dance and makes you want to shout. It's tapping into a deeper musicality that I've always been looking for.

    1. Mississippi River
    2. Losing You
    3. Dreamland
    4. Coyotes
    5. Cannonball
    6. Giving Up On You
    7. It Was You
    8. Throw Down Your Guns
    9. The One That Got Away
    10. Our Love Will Survive
    11. Rock & Roll Angel
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    Dreamland EP

    This is physically available only in the vinyl format (approximately 20 minutes of music on a single side of a 12-inch record). It is also available in digital formats. The vinyl edition and some digital editions will be accompanied with a dream journal, on which the music is based.
    1. MOONFACE : 01
    2. MOONFACE : 02
    3. MOONFACE : 03
    Moonface
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    Organ Music Not Vibraphone Like I'd Hoped

    In 2010, Jagjaguwar released a 20-minute marimba piece by Spencer Krug of Wolf Parade under the moniker Moonface. It was called the Dreamland EP: Marimba and Shit-Drums, and it was sold as a 12. Jagjaguwar is now set to release Moonfaces first full-length record, Organ Music Not Vibraphone Like Id Hoped.

    1. Return To The Violence Of The Ocean Floor

    2. Whale Song (Song Instead Of A Kiss)
    3. Fast Peter
    4. Shit-Hawk In The Snow
    5. Loose Heart = Loose Plan

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    Teen Dream

    Recorded in upstate New York, in a converted church called Dreamland with producer/engineer Chris Coady (TV On The Radio, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Blonde Redhead) Teen Dream is the third album from the Baltimore-based duo Beach House, and their Sub Pop debut. The new album gives voice to a full universe of unbridled imagination. Teen Dream will be packaged with a companion DVD featuring a video for each song on the album, each by a different director.
    1. Zebra
    2. Silver Soul
    3. Norway
    4. Walk in the Park
    5. Used to Be
    6. Lover of Mine
    7. Better Times
    8. 10 Mile Stereo
    9. Real Love
    10. Take Care
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    Helplessness Blues (Awaiting Repress)

    Helplessness Blues is the much-anticipated follow-up full length to the Seattle-based Fleet Foxes critically acclaimed 2008 self-titled debut. The 12 song set was recorded and mixed by Phil Ek and co-produced by Fleet Foxes and Ek over the course of a year at Avast Recording, Bear Creek Studios, Dreamland Studios and Reciprocal Recording. The album cover art was illustrated by Seattle artist Toby Liebowitz and painted by Chris Alderson.

    1. Montezuma

    2. Bedouin Dress
    3. Sim Sala Bim
    4. Battery Kinzie
    5. The Plains/Bitter Dancer
    6. Helplessness Blues
    7. The Cascades
    8. Lorelai
    9. Someone You'd Admire
    10. The Shrine/An Argument
    11. Blue Spotted Tail
    12. Grown Ocean

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    Playmates

    Fat Possum Records is pleased to announce the release of Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders' upcoming album Playmates. The first taste of the record Come On Back This Way showcases newfound lightness for Ladder, weaving a glistening synth melody with a chorus duet and wordless backing from Sharon Van Etten.


    Three years after the acclaimed HURTSVILLE and a move from the inner city of Sydney, Australia to the Blue Mountains, Jack Ladder returns with his new album Playmates. The album is produced by Kim Moyes of The Presets, and mixed by David Wrench (Jungle, FKA Twigs, Caribou,Seekae). The Dreamlanders - Kirin J. Callinan (whose own album Embracism was released last year on Terrible / XL) Laurence Pike (of PVT) and Donny Benet - reunite to play on the record, with Sharon Van Etten contributing vocals to two tracks.


    Playmates will be Jack Ladder's fourth album, and his first on Fat Possum. His previous two albums (2008's Love Is Gone and 2011's HURTSVILLE) were shortlisted for the Australian Music Prize. It's been a long journey to this point, and Playmates finds Jack Ladder at a creative apex, moving on from the darker roads into the curious, bold komische synthesizers which backlight Playmates. Ladder's latest work cogently recalls a time when albums were made to the parameters of the encroaching technology of the compact disc. But this album is where songs take precedence over an idea.


    Playmates songs are muscular, raw - yet polished to the texture of a skyscraper. The lyrics themselves are haunting; they possess the poetic slur of a black-pupilled vision of romantic despair, love's unsure footing and a palpable air of Ballardian discord beneath the surface. The songs pulse with life. Synthesizers and drum machines rub shoulders with glam guitars and pedal steel, while above all, Ladder's granite baritone slashes at love and darkness like a heavy blade. He is a tender, persistent lover; a despairing prince at the battlements.


    There is also the notable presence of Sharon Van Etten. On working with Jack Ladder, she says, When I first saw Jack Ladder...it blew me away. He's got a darkness to his vocals and lyrics but with a wink. It was really fun and an interesting challenge and his songs are killer. I feel lucky to have been a part of it.


    Playmates breadth of ideas, its sinister anxiety-dream lyrics and particular vision of the world offer us as complete a view of this unfathomable Jack Ladder character as we are ever likely to observe in this dimension.

    1. Come On Back This Way
    2. Her Hands
    3. Model Worlds
    4. Reputation Amputation
    5. Let Me Love You
    6. To Keep And To Be Kept
    7. The Miracle
    8. Neon Blue
    9. Our Ascension
    10. Slow Boat To China
    Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders
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    All Things Bright And Beautiful

    Owl City's self-produced new album, All Things Bright and Beautiful, finds Adam Young expanding his sonic palette as he takes his listeners into a verdant musical dreamland on such tracks as first single Alligator Sky, The Real World and Dreams Don't Turn To Dust.


    Throughout the album, Young retains his trademark optimism, letting the listener know that no matter how tough times get, there's always light at the end of the tunnel. I would feel weird if I were to communicate anything other than optimism, because it's just who I am, Young says. It's always been in me to make Owl City a vehicle that sends a hopeful message. As a listener, I'm drawn to things that are really uplifting. When a certain melody grabs my ear, it makes me feel like I could be a better person.

    1. The Real World

    2. Deer In The Headlights
    3. Angels
    4. Dreams Don't Turn To Dust
    5. Honey And The Bee
    6. Kamikaze
    7. January 28, 1986
    8. Galaxies
    9. Hospital Flowers
    10. Alligator Sky
    11. The Yacht Club
    12. Plant Life
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    Painting Of A Panic Attack

    Painting Of A Panic Attack was recorded at Dessner's Brooklyn studio - where The National also recorded The National's High Violet and Trouble Will Find Me - and at Dreamland Studio in Woodstock, NY in the summer of 2015. Much of the album is indebted lyrically to Los Angeles, where frontman Scott Hutchison moved to from Scotland in 2014 Tracks such as Get Out, the lead single which chronicles an addictive and obsessive love, and Still Want To Be Here, telling of his struggle with adjusting to life in LA, perfectly encapsulate the mindset of the Frightened Rabbit frontman since the band's last release. And, of the album closer Die Like A Rich Boy, Dessner says, [It] feels like a completely classic song, but it's also a distillation of everything Scott has ever written about. It's so gracefully constructed and realized, and it's not trying to be anything other than what it is. I wish I could write a song like that.
    1. Death Dream
    2. Get Out
    3. I Wish I Was Sober
    4. Woke Up Hurting
    5. Little Drum
    6. Still Want To Be Here
    7. An Otherwise Disappointing Life
    8. Break
    9. Blood Under The Bridge
    10. 400 Bones
    11. Lump Street
    12. Die Like A Rich Boy
    Frightened Rabbit
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    Future Runs Magnetic


    Limited Edition White Vinyl (1000 Pieces)


    Gatefold Jacket Has Silver Foil Letter Pressed In


    Drenik's sensitive vocals have faded into the background in deference to a tough, guitar heavy 70s attack not far at times
    from Thin Lizzy or Blue Oyster Cult. That's immediately obvious when the first track, "Just Weight" opens on a wave of
    guitar feedback before shifting to a majestic pop/rocker that doesn't overstay its welcome in about three and a half
    minutes. - American Songwriter


    There aren't a lot of frills or gimmicks surrounding Battleme's second album future runs magnetic because, simply
    put, the music speaks for itself. Bombastic, driving and powerful, the album is a timeless
    collection of rock anthems. -The Deli


    Matt Drenik's latest (and greatest) musical incarnation Battleme is hard to put in one box. He conjures up potent rock
    songs dressed up with lush power chords and clean production. That super chunky rock sound along with a heavy,
    heavy tone of dreaminess as in stepping into a dreamland makes me think of bands like Spacehog, Silverchair, Smashing Pumpkins, Wires On Fire and even Dream Theater. - American Pancake

    1. Just Weight
    2. I Know
    3. Don't You Worry About Me Tonight
    4. Shotgun Song
    5. Nights on the Strand
    6. We Get Out
    7. We Are Underground
    8. Cobweb Portrait
    9. I Want My Kim Deal
    10. I Am A Lightning Bolt
    11. Future Runs Magnetic
    12. Easy Come Riding
    Battleme
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    Julia With Blue Jeans On

    Since January 2010, Spencer Krug has used Moonface as a venue for home-recorded instrumental and
    conceptual experimentation, expanding the ideas he developed collaboratively with Wolf Parade, Sunset
    Rubdown, and Frog Eyes. Releases under this moniker have come quickly, each distinct from the other. The
    Dreamland EP and Organ Music Not Vibraphone Like I'd Hoped were conceptual excursions merging
    instrumental and thematic fixations. After moving from Montreal to Helsinki, Krug teamed up with the
    Finnish band Siinai to create a lush rock record-2012's Heartbreaking Bravery-driven by the dark despair
    of a breakup. Staying in Helsinki, Krug set off on yet another creative departure, driven by a rediscovery of
    love and a reconsideration of the Moonface persona he'd created for himself. The quietly stunning Julia with
    Blue Jeans On is the fourth Moonface release, bringing a degree of intimacy and self-reflection unlike
    anything Krug has produced to date.


    There are only two sonic elements on Julia: Spencer Krug's voice and his piano. Richly recorded, they interact
    seamlessly with one another. On the opening track "Barbarian," the piano unfolds with the hypnotic energy
    of Keith Jarrett's Koln Concert, Krug's right hand doubling his vocal melody. On the closing track "Your
    Chariot Awaits," Krug's voice recedes after a minute as the piano swells for an extended showcase with
    modern classical undertones. After nearly a decade, across a number of guises, we are well-acquainted with
    Krug's inimitable town-crier vocals; on Julia, we are introduced to a facet of his musical skill that feels
    conservatory-trained. This is Krug as singer-songwriter, moving beyond star poses to a vision that is at once
    more elegant and comfortable.


    Or, in Krug's own language, on "Barbarian II": "I have chewed through my beautiful narrative." Much of Julia
    is taken with this chewing. "Love the House You're In" opens by masquerading as self-pity, with a statement
    that reads like a press release from someone who's given up. "I regretfully withdraw my offer to try and
    improve myself," Krug gently sings, establishing a self-reflexive foundation upon which he builds the album's
    most universal, humanistic sentiment, and which he delivers via its most soaring melody.


    Purposeful self-evaluation is one tactic for reinvention, but as Krug illustrates on Julia's title track, everyday
    occurrences can prove transformative as well. The sight of a woman, clad in denim, briefly visible at the
    bottom of a staircase, he learns, is capable of "obliterating everything I've ever written down." "Julia" is an ode
    in the classical sense, pivoting around the beauty inherent in the most simple, taken-for-granted sights. Krug
    acknowledges this, opening the song by admitting that "it's a madman's game, making the commonplace
    unreal." What he leaves out in this admission, however, is the key to the countless charms of Julia with Blue
    Jeans On: by expertly playing this ridiculous game, he can erase the madness that spawned it.

    1. Barbarian
    2. Everyone is Noah, Everyone is the Ark
    3. Barbarian II
    4. November 2011
    5. Dreamy Summer
    6. Julia with Blue Jeans On
    7. Love the House You're In
    8. First Violin
    9. Black is Back in Style
    10. Your Chariot Awaits
    Moonface
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    Anthem (Pre-Order)

    Eight albums and 22 years since her debut 'Dreamland', Madeleine Peyroux continues to challenge the confines of
    jazz, venturing into the fertile fields of contemporary music with unfading curiosity. Peyroux's new album, Anthem,
    finds the singer-songwriter collaborating with writers/musicians Patrick Warren (Bonnie Raitt, JD Souther, Bob
    Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Lana Del Rey, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers), Brian MacLeod (Sara Bareilles, Leonard
    Cohen, Tina Turner, Ziggy Marley) and David Baerwald.
    LP 1
    1. On My Own
    2. Down On Me
    3. Party Tyme
    4. Anthem
    5. All My Heroes
    6. On A Sunday Afternoon
    7. The Brand New Deal


    LP 2
    1. Lullaby
    2. Honey Party
    3. The Ghosts Of Tomorrow
    4. We Might As Well Dance
    5. LibertÉ

    Madeleine Peyroux
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    Embracism

    KIRIN J CALLINAN is a guitarist, singer, songwriter & solo
    performer born in Australia in the latter half of the 1980s.


    KIRIN J CALLINAN is known for his confronting live performances, haunting compositions, wild guitar playing, a
    charming presence & charismatic, if a little creepy, onstage banter.
    He continues to contribute, or has contributed, his time
    & self to records or live performances by artists & bands
    such as Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders, Lost Animal,
    Craig Nichols (The Vines), Mercy Arms, Jonti, Tri-Force,
    F.L.R.L., Lost Valentinos, Erik Omen & The Midnight Juggernauts.
    In the studio, CALLINAN has worked with such individuals
    as TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek, Nick Launay (PIL, Kate
    Bush, Lou Reed), Nick Littlemore (Cirque Du Soleil, Elton
    John), Francois Tetaz (Wolf Creek), Tony Espie (Robert
    Palmer, Cut Copy) & Tony Cohen (Nick Cave & the Bad
    Seeds, The Go-Betweens).


    He has scored a number of independent films, currently
    working alongside Mark Bradshaw on the musical score
    of a new Jane Campion television series titled "Top o' the
    Lake".

    1. Le Ruse
    2. Time of Songs
    3. Hang Them All
    4. Headshock
    5. Conquest
    6. Say Back Something
    7. Demon Apple
    8. Blunt
    9. George Michael
    10. Anvil
    11. Lines
    12. The Dirty Dirty
    Kirin J Callinan
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    lullaby and... The Ceaseless Roar

    Robert Plant's new album, lullaby and The Ceaseless Roar, will be released on Nonesuch/Warner Bros. Records. Produced by Plant, the album is his label debut and features 11 new recordings, nine of which are original songs written by Plant with his band, The Sensational Space Shifters-Justin Adams: bendirs, djembe, guitars, tehardant, background vocals; John Baggott: keyboards, loops, moog bass, piano, tabal, background vocals; Juldeh Camara: kologo, ritti, Fulani vocals; Billy Fuller: bass, drum programming, omnichord, upright bass; Dave Smith: drum set; and Liam "Skin" Tyson: banjo, guitar, background vocals.


    lullaby and The Ceaseless Roar is Plant's first record since 2010's Band of Joy, which followed 2007's six-time Grammy Award-winning collaboration with Alison Krauss, Raising Sand. Justin Adams and John Baggott of The Sensational Space Shifters appeared on Plant's 2002 release Dreamland, while all but Camara and Smith appeared on 2005's Mighty Rearranger. The new-album line-up recently toured the world before recording lullaby and The Ceaseless Roar at Helium Studios in Wiltshire and Real World Studios in Bath, UK. The track "Rainbow" was recorded in Contino Rooms in London. Tchad Blake mixed all but three tracks on the album.


    "It's really a celebratory record, powerful, gritty, African, Trance meets Zep," Plant says. "The whole impetus of my life as a singer has to be driven by a good brotherhood. I am very lucky to work with The Sensational Space Shifters. They come from exciting areas of contemporary music I have been around awhile and I ask myself, do I have anything to say? Is there a song still inside me? In my heart? I see life and what's happening to me. Along the trail there are expectations, disappointments, happiness, questions and strong relationships," Plant explains, "... and now I'm able to express my feelings through melody, power and trance; together in a kaleidoscope of sound, colour, and friendship."

    1. Little Maggie

    2. Rainbow

    3. Pocketful of Golden

    4. Embrace Another Fall

    5. Turn It Up

    6. A Stolen Kiss

    7. Somebody There

    8. Poor Howard

    9. House of Love

    10. Up on the Hollow Hill (Understanding Arthur)

    11. Arbaden (Maggie's Babby)
    Robert Plant
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    Moonlight


    Engine-revving dose of filthy, leather-clad blues.
    - NME


    A shit-kicking garage greaser with badass hooks.
    - SPIN


    Stripped- down garage rock with crunching guitars
    and kiss-off cockiness.
    - GQ


    This is desert-burned blues rock boosted by punk,
    soul and hip-hop
    - ROLLING STONE


    On his 2011 debut Will The Guns Come Out, Hanni El Khatib tried
    something he'd never tried before-making a bedroom-style
    recording of his then stripped-to-the-skeleton guitar-and-drums
    rock 'n' roll mostly for the sheer joy of making it. For his ferocious
    2013 follow-up Head In The Dirt, he tried something new again,
    showing up at producer Dan Auerbach's analog-dreamland
    Nashville studio with nothing but the clothes on his back and an
    open mind.


    But after Head In The Dirt's release and almost a year of relentless
    touring, Hanni knew he needed to go past 'unpredictable' all the
    way to 'unprecedented.' He needed isolation, time and the chance
    to experiment. So after 30 days locked in hand-picked L.A. studio
    The Lair, the result is the album Moonlight-the rarest and most
    welcome kind of album, made at that perfect point in life where
    confidence, experience, and technique unite to help an artist do
    anything they want.


    That's why it starts with a song that sounds like a Mobb Deep beat
    under a Suicide-style synth drone and ends with an
    ESG-meets-LCD Soundsystem gone italo-disco song about life and
    death. That's why it collides crushing crate-digger drumbeats
    that'd be right at home on a Can LP or an Eddie Bo 45 with
    bleeding distorto guitar, bent and broken barroom piano and
    hallucinatory analog flourishes. (In fact, some smart producer is
    going to sample the drums from this album and complete the circle
    of life.) And that's also why Moonlight feels like the album he's
    always wanted to make: "What would it sound like if RZA got in the
    studio with Iggy Pop and Tom Waits?" he asks. "I don't know! That
    was my approach on everything."


    It's a personal album in the most primal sense, put together in any
    way that worked. Iggy Pop and David Bowie did this kind of thing
    on The Idiot, the Wu-Tang Clan did it on 36 Chambers and the
    Clash did it three times over on Sandinista. And now it's Hanni's
    turn, across 11 new lightning-struck songs, each written and
    recorded in its own flash of inspiration. It sounds like an album
    made by an endless list of collaborators, but really Moonlight was
    more like the first do-it-almost-all-yourself music Hanni ever made,
    except after six years recording and touring, he'd learned to do so
    much more.

    1. Moonlight
    2. Melt Me
    3. The Teeth
    4. Chasin'
    5. Worship Song (No 2)
    6. Mexico
    7. Servant
    8. All Black
    9. Home
    10. Dance Hall
    11. Two Brothers
    Hanni El Khatib
    $19.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Then Came The Morning (Out Of Stock)

    Brooklyn's The Lone Bellow seemed to arrive fully formed: Its self-titled 2013 debut came stuffed with intricately assembled bundles of crowd-pleasing folk-pop, each more dramatic and infectious than the last. Charismatic, photogenic, endlessly hooky - The Lone Bellow has been the complete package since day one.


    A follow-up album, Then Came The Morning - produced by The National's Aaron Dessner - has lost none of its sleekly soaring charm.


    That said, when writing about Then Came The Morning, singer Zach Williams points to a different influence altogether:


    I was listening to a lot of Vegas-era Elvis when I started writing it. It has tinges of our gospel-music upbringing: The piano melody especially highlights the way my grandmother can bang on her old upright when she sings Uncloudy Day every Thanksgiving. We recorded all the vocals together in the old church sanctuary at Dreamland Studios, and Aaron Dessner wrote all the wind, brass and strings with Vegas Elvis in mind.
    -Stephen Thompson (NPR Music)

    1. Then Came the Morning
    2. Fake Roses
    3. Marietta
    4. Take My Love
    5. Call To War
    6. Watch Over Us
    7. Diners
    8. Heaven Don't Call Me Home
    9. If You Don't Love Me
    10. Telluride
    11. To the Woods
    12. Cold As It Is
    13. I Let You Go
    The Lone Bellow
    $18.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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    His Band And Street Choir (Out Of Stock)

    Remastered from the Original Analog Tapes by Kevin Grey at Acoustech and Pressed on 180g RTI vinyl! True Audiophile-Quality!


    Van Morrison's second 1970 release, His Band And The Street Choir came on the heels of his legendary albums, Astral Weeks and Moondance and it serves as his ode to the R&B that inspired their success. The tunes here are among the most soulful in Morrison's repertoire and the album is dominated by uptempo swingers such as the joyous opener, Domino along with Call Me Up in Dreamland, Give Me a Kiss and Blue Money. His Band And The Street Choir is another beautiful phase in the development of one of the greatest and most influential singer/songwriters in music history.

    1. Domino
    2. Crazy Face
    3. Give Me A Kiss
    4. I�ve Been Working
    5. Call Me up In Dreamland
    6. I�ll Be Your Lover, Too
    7. Blue Money
    8. Virgo Clowns
    9. Gypsy Queen
    10. Sweet Jannie
    11. If I Ever Needed Someone
    12. Street Choir
    Van Morrison
    $24.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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