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  • Mystery Road (Expanded Edition) Mystery Road (Expanded Edition) Quick View

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    Mystery Road (Expanded Edition)


    Expanded Edition


    Containing never before heard material, this package features the original album, remastered and a bonus LP of the
    album's original demo sessions produced by R.E.M.'s Peter Buck, including the album's title track, "Mystery Road"
    and an early take of "MacDougal Blues". Includes liner note recollections by former manager Jim Barber and Peter
    Buck. The album is visually reimagined using Kevn Kinney's grandmother's unaltered original painting.

    LP 1
    1. Ain't It Strange
    2. Toy Never Played With

    3. Honeysuckle Blue

    4. With The People,
    5. Wild Dog Moon
    6. House For Sale

    7. Peacemaker

    8. You Don't Know Me

    9. Malfunction Junction

    10. Straight To Hell

    11. Syllables


    LP 2
    1. Honeysuckle Blue [Demo]
    2. Toy Never Played With [Demo]

    3. You Don't Know Me [Demo]

    4. Malfunction Junction [Demo]

    5. 1988 [Demo]

    6. Mystery Road [Demo]

    7. MacDougal Blues [Demo]

    8. Not Afraid To Die [Demo]
    9. Mountaintop [Demo]

    Drivin' N' Cryin'
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  • Too Late To Turn Back Now (Pre-Order) Too Late To Turn Back Now (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Too Late To Turn Back Now (Pre-Order)

    First-Time Vinyl Release


    The year is 1997. Gas cost $1.19 a gallon, and Drivin N Cryin is a three-piece band comprised of founding members Kevn Kinney on vocals/guitar and Tim Nielsen on bass/mandolin, along with Jeff Sullivan on drums. If you're like me, you probably haven't heard much about their Kosmo Vinyl (The Clash, Sex Pistols, and more) produced (Casino Studio, Atlanta, GA) self-titled album. The record had a short life on radio, with their cover of John Denver's "Leaving on a Jet Plane" getting some airplay in Alabama. Why this album went relatively unnoticed is a mystery to me. Maybe it was their return to their hometown, independent roots, after having left Geffen Records, that resulted in the album's release with little momentum. What I do know for certain, though, is that Drivin N Cryin stayed true to their sound and who they are. A little grit, a little roots.


    Now, 21 years later, the record has a title, new cover art (courtesy of Kosmo Vinyl himself), and momentum. With newly remastered songs, the album still holds true to who they are as a band. It's even being released on vinyl for the first time. A quote from tour manager, Scott Munn, gives insight into the climate surrounding that time. "The band was firing on all cylinders going into the studio, and there was a feeling that *this* was their truest representation and the record they had always wanted to make. Have a listen for yourself, and let me know if you solve that mystery. I remember the songs sounded great already, and then Kevn Kinney brought in his secret weapon, Michelle Malone. Her recitation on 'Passing Through' was stunning, timeless, and signaled that the record was totally complete. - Scott Munn "...I'd been around enough musicians, and in enough recording studios, to know what didn't work. I wanted to make a record that sounded, and felt, like the Drivin N Cryin you would go see live. If I could do that, then I knew it would be good. All told, we spent about 2 weeks at Casino, and I think we got what we wanted.


    - Kosmo Vinyl

    1. Keepin It Close To My Heart
    2. Roof Garden
    3. I've Got A Message
    4. Drivin' N' Cryin'
    5. Around The Long Way
    6. Let Jenny B.
    7. Paid In Full
    8. Everything's Gonna Be Alright
    9. Beneath The Undertow
    10. Passing Through
    11. Leaving On A Jet Plan
    12. Nothing To Lose
    Drivin' N' Cryin'
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  • Live From Spain Live From Spain Quick View

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    Live From Spain

    It had been nearly 20 years since Roger McGuinn had last performed in Spain, but in September 2004 the former Byrds leader and two of his treasured and trusty 12-string guitars made their way to the Basque medieval city of Vitoria-Gasteiz for a special solo set at the revered Azkena Rock Festival. And for this magical visit, McGuinn fans will be thrilled to learn, the tape was rolling.


    Beautifully recorded by Spanish national radio, this incredibly intimate, 21-song album finds McGuinn chiming his way through glorious versions of Byrds hits (Turn! Turn! Turn!, Eight Miles High, So You Want to Be a Rock n Roll Star, and others) and his trademark inimitable readings of Bob Dylan classics (My Back Pages, Knockin on Heavens Door, and, of course, Mr. Tambourine Man); along the way, the folk-rock icon peppers the program with poignant anecdotes about his career and the songs themselves. Long-time fans, however, will completely swoon over the versions of less-frequently revisited gems like Lover of the Bayou, Jolly Roger, and Drug Store Truck Drivin Man.

    1. My Back Pages
    2. Ballad of Easy Rider
    3. Wasnt Born to Follow
    4. On Easter Morn He Rose
    5. Mr. Spaceman
    6. Pretty Boy Floyd
    7. You Aint Goin Nowhere
    8. Drug Store Truck Drivin Man
    9. Chimes of Freedom
    10. On and On
    11. Lover of the Bayou
    12. Chestnut Mare
    13. Jolly Roger
    14. Bells of Rhymney
    15. 5D
    16. Mr. Tambourine Man
    17. Turn! Turn! Turn!
    18. Eight Miles High
    19. So You Want to Be a Rock n Roll Star
    20. May the Road Rise to Meet You
    21. Knockin on Heavens Door
    Roger McGuinn
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  • Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge Quick View

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    Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge

    1991 will forever be remembered as the year that alternative rock broke through to the masses. It seemed like every other week there was another great new alt-rock album to discover, such as Nirvana's Nevermind, Soundgarden's Badmotorfinger, Primus's Sailing The Seas of Cheese, and the Smashing Pumpkins' Gish, so Mudhoney couldn't have picked a better time to issue their sophomore release. Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge was issued right in the middle of the whole grunge movement, and while it didn't sell in the vast quantities of some other Seattle bands' albums, it did stir up quite a buzz for Mudhoney. Some of the band's finest moments are included here, such as Generation Genocide, Let it Slide, Into the Drink, Who You Drivin' Now? and Fuzzgun '91.
    1. Generation Genocide
    2. Let It Slide
    3. Good Enough
    4. Something So Clear
    5. Thorn
    6. Into the Drink
    7. Broken Hands
    8. Who You Drivin' Now?
    9. Move Out
    10. Shoot the Moon
    11. Fuzzgun '91
    12. Pokin' Around
    13. Don't Fade IV
    14. Check-Out Time
    Mudhoney
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  • Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde Quick View

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    Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde

    A key transitional touchstone in The Byrds' fabled canon, 1969's Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde
    was the next stop in the band's pioneering country-rock trajectory and the first album by
    the post-Gram Parsons lineup. With leader Roger McGuinn at the helm of a stellar new
    edition of the band featuring guitar god Clarence White, drummer Gene Parsons, and
    bassist John York, Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde sees The Byrds bridging the gap between the
    psychedelic flights of the group's mid-'60s albums and the down-home, country-based
    style developed only months earlier with Sweetheart of the Rodeo.


    In addition to containing strong McGuinn originals (King Apathy III, Old Blue),
    more of the band's beloved interpretations of Bob Dylan classics (This Wheel's on Fire
    and a medley blending The Bard's My Back Pages' with Jimmy Reed's Baby, What You
    Want Me to Do), and even a Gram Parsons collaboration (the bemusing Drug Store
    Truck Drivin' Man, which cleverly celebrates The Byrds' love of country music while
    simultaneously taking a dig at small-minded rednecks), Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde also boasts
    two tracks composed by McGuinn for the obscure, racy '60s cult movie Candy.


    Mastered from the original Columbia Records analog master reels, Sundazed's exact
    reproduction of the original LP will have Byrdmaniacs everywhere soaring to high heaven!

    1. This Wheel's On Fire
    2. Old Blue
    3. Your Gentle Way Of Loving Me
    4. Child Of The Universe
    5. Nashville West
    6. Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man
    7. King Apathy III
    8. Candy
    9. Bad Night At The Whiskey
    10. Medley:
    11. My Back Pages

    12. B.J. Blues

    13. Baby, What Do You Want Me To Do
    The Byrds
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  • Mott Mott Quick View

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    Mott

    Ranked 366/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Import

    Remastered


    After their 1972 breakthrough album & hitsingle All The Young Dudes, Mott The Hoople released their Mott album.
    The single 'All the Way from Memphis' received considerable airplay on U.S. radio and the LP became the band's best seller to date in the U.S. Using the glam rock craze as their launch pad, the band straddled the widening gap between the teen-pop market and the college circuit. The LP Mott climbed into the Top 10 of the UK Albums Chart.


    By the time Mott was released it was clear that Ian Hunter had become the dominant figure of the band. Aside from the lead track, the album includes introspective songs such as Ballad of Mott The Hoople, which exposes Mott's near break-up, and the peculiar I Wish I Was Your Mother, featuring multi-tracked mandolin, in which Hunter sings of his wish to see his love as a child. Hard rockers are given their due with 'Whizz Kid', 'Drivin' Sister', 'Violence' and 'Honaloochie Boogie'. A fine performance is delivered by Hunter in the almost religious 'Hymn for the Dudes'.


    In 2003, the album was ranked number 366 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.


    1. All The Way From Memphis

    2. Whizz Kid

    3. Hymn For The Dudes

    4. Honaloochie Boogle

    5. Violence

    6. Drivin' Sister

    7. Ballad Of Mott The Hoople

    8. I'm A Cadillac/El Camino Dolo Roso

    9. I Wish I Was Your Mother
    Mott The Hoople
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  • The Missing Links The Missing Links Quick View

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    The Missing Links

    Deluxe Reissue OF 1965 Aussie Garage Rarity with Bonus 7 EP


    Though they have different approaches, a common thread runs through Australian bands like the Saints, Hoodoo Gurus, Midnight Oil and AC/DC: an aggressive, take-no-prisoners posture designed to grab audiences by the throat. This direct crowd-band interaction is essential on the rough-and-tumble Oz pub circuit, where if the group doesn't deliver the goods, they're likely to go down in a hail of lager cans. Whatever it is that puts the raw in Antipodean rawk, it's been there from the beginning. For proof, check the wild, outrageous sounds of the Missing Links. Formed in Sydney in 1964, a series of personnel changes eventually replaced all original members, leaving vocalist Andy Anderson, guitarist Doug Ford, drummer Baden Hutchens, bassist Ian Thomas and Chris Gray on keyboards. It was this lineup that recorded the band's 1965 debut album, The Missing Links. An instant garage punk classic, The Missing Links took the UK R&B combo model and drenched it in attitude and feedback, making contemporaries like the Troggs and the Who appear tame by comparison. The sonic guitar meltdown at the end of "You're Drivin' Me Insane" presages Jimmy Page's Zeppelin liftoff by a full three years while "Wild About You" defies description, except to say it still sounds shocking nearly 50 years on.


    This slice of vigorous vinyl became one of the most prized acquisitions for garage punk fans the world over, with each successive wave of Down Under musical malcontents spreading its legend. The globe-trotting team at Sundazed has now restored the album in all its magnificent MONO glory! What more could you want? Well, how about the IMPOSSIBLY rare EP, The Links Unchained, featuring four more cuts of mid-Sixties madness!?! For a limited time, Sundazed is offering both of these audacious aural artifacts in one convenient package!

    1. Wild About You
    2. Hobo Man
    3. Bald-Headed Woman
    4. Not To Bother Me
    5. Mama Keep Your Big Mouth Shut
    6. Some Kinda Fun
    7. You're Drivin' Me Insane
    8. Nervous Breakdown
    9. Speak No Evil
    10. On The Road Again
    11. All I Want
    12. H'tuom Tuhs


    7" EP TRACKS:
    1. I'll Go Crazy
    2.Don't Give Me No Friction
    3. One More Time
    4. Wooly Bully

    The Missing Links
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Mono + 7 Vinyl Single - Sealed Buy Now
  • Texas Oil Patch Songs Texas Oil Patch Songs Quick View

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    Texas Oil Patch Songs

    Pressed On Petro-Blue Colored Vinyl


    Drillin' & Drivin' Rig Ringers!


    Country singer and disc jockey Slim Willet's ode to tool-pushin'! Texas Oil Patch Songs was issued in 1959 by the artist on his own Winston label, and now is an impossibly-rare LP to dig up-and this Modern Harmonic edition is faithful to the original, including all twelve tracks, liner notes, and restored artwork! And on petro-blue vinyl!


    Ahh the "Concept Album" Critics write of Sinatra's In The Wee Small Hours or of groundbreaking 60's rock opera opuses but while the big studios set the scene for rainy night walks or drug-fueled psychedelic trips, a Great Lost Treasure from the Great Texas Oil Fields lay buried deep in the bargain bins of Saint Peters' Holy Blood Of The Christ Thrift Store! For sure, Slim Willet's mighty collection of blue collar, well-digging classics stood little chance to begin with - only a few hundred were pressed - and, well, oil songs never really caught on in the way the similar trucking-songs boom would several years later. Maybe had Slim put this out during the great Gas Station/Truck Stop 8-Track Market of the 70's this could have been a hit album. But, with Slim's passing in 1966, it was never to be.


    Slim Willet (born Winston Lee Moore) was certainly a Big Fish in a Small Pond in the Independent Country Music World of the late 40s & early 50s. He's best known for penning "Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes," a hit song for Ray Price, Skeets McDonald and Perry Como, all. Slim worked for many years with Bill McCall at 4-Star, made a stack of records as a singer, started his own Winston label, managed Dean Beard and various other hillbilly and rockabilly artists, but never really hit the big time. His greatest masterpiece, 1959's Texas Oil Patch Songs, was never fully appreciated until now. For all the tool pushers, roughnecks, derrick men & chain hands, THIS is your soundtrack."


    - G-Minus Mark

    1. Rig Moving Man
    2. Toolpusher (on a Rotary Rig)
    3. Oil Patch Girls
    4. El Paso Gas
    5. Off Shore Drillin' Rig
    6. Boom Town Man
    7. Smell That Sweet Perfume
    8. Johnny Don't Drill Any More
    9. Drill Bit Honky Tonk
    10. Morning Tower
    11. Haywire Jones
    12. Roughneck
    Slim Willet
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  • Superchunk Superchunk Quick View

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    Superchunk

    The remastered LP features updated artwork and includes an 11 × 17 replica of an early Chunk show flyer, with photos and notes from the band on the reverse.

    Mac shared his memories of these early days of Superchunk: When I listen to our first album now, other than cringing at some clams and the vocals and the juvenile attitude of the whole thing what was I angry about? You'll have to ask 21-year-old me because in my memory, we were having fun. I hear the accumulation of our influences, which I suppose is normal for a first album-weaving all the things you loved up to that point into your own first thing. The Buzzcocks, HÜsker DÜ, Dinosaur Jr, and Sonic Youth are all right there and what we were listening to. Hearing this record recently, though, I was surprised at how southern some of it sounds, and I think the influence of bands like Drivin' n' Cryin' and of course R.E.M. is there under the fuzz. I remember thinking the solo 4-track demo of Slack Motherfucker sounded like Tom Petty. I can't find it now to prove it to you, but take my word for it. I was living in NYC finishing school when we made this record, so rehearsals and recording were all rushed. I'm surprised we knew this many songs well enough to record them. Twenty-seven years later, we still play at least three or four of these songs live occasionally (one of them all the time ), which says something good about a few of the songs, anyway! We got so much better as a band, and as songwriters, that it's hard to even see this as any kind of template for what Superchunk would eventually be, but it's definitely where we were at in 1989/90.

    1. Sick to Move
    2. My Noise
    3. Let It Go
    4. Swinging
    5. Slow
    6. Slack Motherfucker
    7. Binding
    8. Down the Hall
    9. Half a Life
    10. Not Tomorrow
    Superchunk
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  • This Sweet Old World This Sweet Old World Quick View

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    This Sweet Old World

    Three-time Grammy Award winner Lucinda Williams is set to release This Sweet Old World - a re-recording of her beloved 1992 album Sweet Old World - to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its release.


    This Sweet Old World features updated interpretations of songs such as "Prove My Love", "Sidewalks of the City", "Memphis Pearl" and "Lines Around Your Eyes". Williams breathes new life into classics "Pineola", "Sweet Old World", "Something About What Happens When We Talk", "Little Angel, Little Brother" and Nick Drake's "Which Will". "He Never Got Enough Love" is transformed with additional verses, new sound and new title, "Drivin' Down A Dead End Street", which was the song's original title.


    The arrangements on This Sweet Old World are tighter and rawer than the original and feature Williams' fantastic touring/studio band: guitarist Stuart Mathis, bassist David Sutton, and drummer Butch Norton. Guitarist Greg Leisz, who actually participated in the early sessions for the 1992 album, adds his masterful playing to the new recordings.


    As if re-recording an entire studio album was not already an unprecedented move, Williams and company also chose to re-record the four tracks that were not included on the original release. This Sweet Old World features new versions of "Factory Blues", "Dark Side of Life", John Anderson's "Wild and Blue" and the John Leventhal/Jim Lauderdale-penned "What You Don't Know".

    1. Six Blocks Away
    2. Something About What Happens When We Talk
    3. Drivin' Down A Dead End Street
    4. Sweet Old World
    5. Little Angel, Little Brother
    6. Pineola
    7. Lines Around Your Eyes
    8. Prove My Love
    9. Sidewalks Of The City
    10. Memphis Pearl
    11. Hot Blood
    12. Which Will
    Lucinda Williams
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  • This Sweet Old World (Pink Vinyl) This Sweet Old World (Pink Vinyl) Quick View

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    This Sweet Old World (Pink Vinyl)

    Pressed On Pink Colored Vinyl


    Three-time Grammy Award winner Lucinda Williams is set to release This Sweet Old World - a re-recording of her beloved 1992 album Sweet Old World - to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its release.


    This Sweet Old World features updated interpretations of songs such as "Prove My Love", "Sidewalks of the City", "Memphis Pearl" and "Lines Around Your Eyes". Williams breathes new life into classics "Pineola", "Sweet Old World", "Something About What Happens When We Talk", "Little Angel, Little Brother" and Nick Drake's "Which Will". "He Never Got Enough Love" is transformed with additional verses, new sound and new title, "Drivin' Down A Dead End Street", which was the song's original title.


    The arrangements on This Sweet Old World are tighter and rawer than the original and feature Williams' fantastic touring/studio band: guitarist Stuart Mathis, bassist David Sutton, and drummer Butch Norton. Guitarist Greg Leisz, who actually participated in the early sessions for the 1992 album, adds his masterful playing to the new recordings.


    As if re-recording an entire studio album was not already an unprecedented move, Williams and company also chose to re-record the four tracks that were not included on the original release. This Sweet Old World features new versions of "Factory Blues", "Dark Side of Life", John Anderson's "Wild and Blue" and the John Leventhal/Jim Lauderdale-penned "What You Don't Know".

    1. Six Blocks Away
    2. Something About What Happens When We Talk
    3. Drivin' Down A Dead End Street
    4. Sweet Old World
    5. Little Angel, Little Brother
    6. Pineola
    7. Lines Around Your Eyes
    8. Prove My Love
    9. Sidewalks Of The City
    10. Memphis Pearl
    11. Hot Blood
    12. Which Will
    Lucinda Williams
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  • The Raspberries Best The Raspberries Best Quick View

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    The Raspberries Best

    Go All the Way: The Absolute Finest Singles from the 1970s Power-Pop Mavens


    Vocalist Eric Carmen and Co. Deliver One Punchy Chord and Contagious Melody After Another


    Britpop, Psychedelia, Pop, and Arena Rock Blends Drive Hits Such as "Go All the Way" and "I Wanna Be With You"


    Mellifluously Airy Harmonies: LP Mastered on Mobile Fidelity's World-Renowned Mastering System and Pressed at RTI


    Red Colored Vinyl


    The matching Mod suits, trim haircuts, and youthful appearance weren't just for play. The Raspberries' looks extended to their irresistibly catchy and refreshingly concise music, a blend of bouncy Britpop, lazy-day psychedelia, mellifluous pop, and crunch arena rock that stands apart from the epic pomposity of most of the early 70s' commercial trends and continues to linger as some of the most expertly crafted sounds ever created. Over the course of four albums, the singles-minded group cut their share of memorable sides. They're all here on this 1976 compilation. And now, they possess a fidelity that even the original LPs lacked.


    Mastered on Mobile Fidelity's internationally renowned mastering system and pressed at RTI, this Silver Label LP extracts more information from the grooves, extending the spaces between instruments and breathing newfound life into the swirling vocal harmonies. The group's trademark singing is airier, the highs free of constraints, and the string-laden accents enriched with natural decay. Improved, too, are the quartet's amplifier-driven chords and frisky drumming, aspects that possess a palpable crunch typical of British Invasion acts.


    Adept at both gorgeous devotional ballads and upbeat, fist-pumping rockers, the Raspberries claim a multifaceted talent in leader Eric Carmen, a crooner whose capacity to turn on a dime from a sweet falsetto to searing cry infuses the band's tunes with emotional exuberance and bittersweet weight. He lends sentimental grace to epic piano weepers such as "Don't Want to Say Goodbye" and amiable snarl to carefree numbers like "I Wanna Be With You." However, the Raspberries' greatest asset relates to their harmonic prowess.


    Multi-part group vocals on bounding, surf-referencing fare ("Drivin' Around") and catchy, summery material ("Tonight") recall both the Beach Boys and Beatles. Yet the Raspberries bring a unique edge and R&B-etched rhythm to tunes that stand as proto power-pop staples. Thematically, the ensemble keeps lyrics as simple and memorable as its hooks, with a majority of songs speaking to the pleasures of romance and love. Breezy, fun, and indelible, it's music that never goes out of style.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Go All the Way
    2. Tonight
    3. Ecstasy
    4. I Wanna Be With You
    5. I Can Remember
    6. Overnight Sensation
    7. Let's Pretend
    8. Drivin' Around
    9. Starting Over
    10. Don't Want to Say Goodbye
    The Raspberries
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  • Robin Trower Live! (Awaiting Repress) Robin Trower Live! (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Robin Trower Live! (Awaiting Repress)


    The Robin Trower/Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series Continues


    Celebrating His Legendary Live Album


    First Time 180 Gram Audiophile Release!


    Mastered From The Original Chrysalis Records Tapes By Joe Reagoso


    Whenever Robin Trower releases an album, it's always a musical event.
    As the fourth in a stunning flow of multifaceted career defining albums, the
    legendary British guitarist (co-founder of Procol Harum) unleashed one of the
    most popular albums in his ever enduring catalog with 1976's Robin Trower
    Live!


    Recorded absolutely live in Stockholm, this masterwork unites the guitar
    hero with his powerful team of world class musicians, the late great James
    Dewar on simmering lead vocals & bass and the powerful drum work of Bill
    Lordan. The brilliant guitar shredder and his amazing band truly throw down
    some of his classiest and hardest drivin,g best known repertoire for this Robin
    Trower, produced by Geoff Emerick (Pink Floyd/ Beatles).


    The album begins with his best known rocker, Too Rolling Stoned. The tune
    finds Robin Trower and James Dewar dueling on some very solid power riffs,
    making this the ultimate opening track for the listener.


    The soulful, hypnotic vibe of Daydream has the tremendous voicing of
    Robin's guitar with Bill Lordan's fine percussive elements and James' signature
    vocal work throughout.


    Always an astute bluesman, Robin Trower's interpretation of B.B.King's
    classic Rock Me Baby retains a solid groove which allows the progressive
    guitarist to power away with some very intricate fret work, making this album the
    classic that it is.


    Hard rock fusion continues with more classics like his powerful soul infused
    Lady Love, the spellbinding I Can't Wait Much Longer, and the tour de force,
    ultimate Trower smash, Little Bit Of Sympathy. He truly rewards his fans with one
    of the finest albums in his gold and platinum career.


    It is with great honor that we announce the first-time, limited Anniversary
    Edition, 180 Gram Audiophile release of Robin Trower's classic, Robin Trower
    Live! As a continuation of our highly regarded Robin Trower/Friday Music
    180 Gram Audiophile Series, this fine recording is mastered from the original
    Chrysalis Records' tapes by Joe Reagoso (Robin Trower, Jeff Beck, Deep Purple,
    Yes) at Friday Music Studios and Capitol Records in Hollywood, CA.


    Also for this rare anniversary edition, we will be presenting the original
    LP cover artwork, not seen in decades, featuring all of the art elements you
    remember from this incredible 1976 career album for Robin Trower.


    Robin Trower ..Robin Trower Live! A 180 Gram Audiophile Dream
    Release ..exclusively from your friends at Friday Music.


    Too Rolling Stoned!!!

    1. Too Rolling Stoned
    2. Daydream
    3. Rock Me Baby
    4. Lady Love
    5. I Can't Wait Much Longer
    6. Alethea
    7. Little Bit Of Sympathy
    Robin Trower
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    Southbound (Pre-Order)

    The Doobie Brothers - Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Series Continues!!!


    Country Superstars Salute The Doobies - Top Charter 2014 Masterwork


    Musical Guests Include: Zac Brown Band, Blake Shelton, Toby Keith, Brad Paisley, Sara Evans, & Huey Lewis


    First Time Vinyl - 180 Gram Translucent Gold Swirl Vinyl


    Gatefold Cover & Poster Insert


    Mastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso & Pressed At R.T.I.


    The Doobie Brothers: Tom Johnston - Patrick Simmons - Michael McDonald - John McFee


    2014 was truly a successful year for the classic rock legends The Doobie Brothers. After recording the past 4 decades with a plethora of high charting rock masterpieces, they returned to the studio for the first time in years with original founders Tom Johnston and Patrick Simmons, along with latter-day superstar alumni Michael McDonald and John McFee, and delivered the amazing country rock infused "Southbound."


    As a Southern tribute to their American roots, a handful of today's country and pop superstars like Zac Brown Band, Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, Toby Keith, Huey Lewis and Sara Evans joined The Doobie Brothers for incredible revisits of their biggest hit songs. This session revitalized another stunning chapter for the Doobie franchise as the CD became a sensation, proving itself a home run in both the pop (16) & country charts (7) upon its release.


    As with our continuing expansion into The Doobie Brothers catalog, Friday Music is very pleased to announce the first time ever audiophile vinyl release of "Southbound."


    The limited edition 180 Gram Translucent Gold Swirl Vinyl masterwork is impeccably mastered by longtime fan and friend Joe Reagoso (Doobie Brothers/Chicago/Boz Scaggs) This comes with all of the great tunes that brought this album to top of the charts like the rockin' LP opener "Black Water" with Zac Brown Band, "Listen To The Music" with Blake Shelton and a stunning reprise of "What A Fool Believes" with both Michael McDonald and Sara Evans sharing the center stage. More duets energize the album like the hard-drivin' sound of "Long Train Runnin' " with Toby Keith and Huey Lewis along for the ride, as well as Brad Paisley joining in the fun on "Rockin' Down The Highway" and The Voice's Blake Shelton nailing down an impeccable duet with the band on "Listen To The Music."


    As another feature of this limited edition release, we have also included for the first time a striking gatefold LP cover art presentation, along with a poster insert to further enhance your Doobie Brothers collectible. The Doobie Brothers "Southbound" Another masterpiece rock classic from The Doobie Brothers 180 Gram Audiophile Series only at Friday Music

    1. Black Water
    2. Listen To The Music
    3. What A Fool Believes
    4. Long Train Runnin'
    5. China Grove
    6. Takin' It To The Streets
    7. Jesus Is Just Alright
    8. Rockin' Down The Highway
    9. Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me)
    10. South City Midnight Lady
    11. You Belong To Me
    12. Nobody Intro
    13. Nobody
    The Doobie Brothers
    $32.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP PRE-ORDER Buy Now
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