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  • Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band Quick View

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    Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band

    The collection chronicles the sonic journey of one of the most essential and dynamic rock bands in recent history. The playlist includes 20 hits spanning the band's prolific 31 years as a band, plus a brand new song called Back In The USA and a new duet with award-winning Country Music superstar Miranda Lambert on Ordinary World.
    1. 2000 Light Years Away
    2. Longview
    3. Welcome To Paradise
    4. Basket Case
    5. When I Come Around
    6. She
    7. Brain Stew
    8. Hitchin' a Ride
    9. Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)
    10. Minority
    11. Warning
    12. American Idiot
    13. Boulevard of Broken Dreams
    14. Holiday
    15. Wake Me Up When September Ends
    16. Know Your Enemy
    17. 21 Guns
    18. Oh Love
    19. Bang Bang
    20. Still Breathing
    21. Ordinary World (feat Miranda Lambert)
    22. Back In The USA
    Green Day
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  • Gord's Gold (Awaiting Repress) Gord's Gold (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Gord's Gold (Awaiting Repress)


    The Gordon Lightfoot/Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Continues!


    First Time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Release


    Original Gatefold Cover Artwork


    Mastered By Joe Reagoso At Friday Music And Capitol Mastering, Hollywood


    Gordon Lightfoot will be celebrating his five decades of classic songs and albums with his
    "Lightfoot '14 Tour" this summer and fall. The groundbreaking tour will be taking him throughout
    the United States and Canada, and Friday Music is proud to be a part of the celebration with his
    greatest hits masterwork Gord's Gold.


    This new impeccably mastered 180 Gram Audiophile LP features all of his definitive classics. His most famous and revered tunes are all included like Sundown, If You Could Read My
    Mind, Early Morning Rain, Summer Side of Life and Carefree Highway.


    The 2 LP deluxe set contains even more of his most loved classics like Beautiful, Rainy Day
    People, Bitter Green, Canadian Railroad Trilogy, Old Dan's Records and his holiday classic Song
    for a Winter's Night.


    For a very limited time, we are also enhancing your listening enjoyment with the original
    double pocket gatefold cover artwork, which hasn't been available for years, featuring photos
    and liner notes from the original masterpiece.


    Mastered by Joe Reagoso from the original Reprise Records tapes at Friday Music Studios
    and Capitol Mastering in Hollywood, Gordon Lightfoot's Gord's Gold will be one of the more
    anticipated greatest hits collections in the audiophile vinyl domain in some time.


    Gordon Lightfoot Gord's Gold Celebrate 5 Decades of the voice, the songs, the musicianship and the memories 1st Time Audiophile Vinyl An exclusive Only from your friends
    at Friday Music.


    If You Could Read My Mind

    LP 1
    1. I'm Not Sayin'/Ribbon of Darkness
    2. Song for a Winter's Night
    3. Canadian Railroad Trilogy
    4. Softly
    5. For Lovin' Me/Did She Mention My Name
    6. Affair on 8th Avenue
    7. Steel Rail Blues
    8. Wherefore and Why
    9. Bitter Green
    10. Early Morning Rain


    LP 2
    1. Minstrel of the Dawn
    2. Sundown
    3. Beautiful
    4. Summer Side of Life
    5. Rainy Day People
    6. Cotton Jenny
    7. Don Quixote
    8. Circle of Steel
    9. Old Dan's Records
    10. If You Could Read My Mind
    11. Cold on the Shoulder
    12. Carefree Highway

    Gordon Lightfoot
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  • Dookie Dookie Quick View

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    Dookie

    Ranked 193/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Green Day's third release and major label debut, Dookie turned the San Francisco Bay area trio into overnight stars in 1994 and they've never looked back. Their infectious brand of modern punk revitalized the genre with its flippant humor and ironic self-loathing. The album produced the five hit singles Longview, Welcome to Paradise, Basket Case, She and When I Come Around and remains the band's biggest selling record. Dookie won the 1995 Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Performance. Green Day was also nominated for Best New Artist, Basket Case was nominated for Best Rock Performance By a Duo or Group With Vocal and Longview was nominated for Best Hard Rock Performance.

    1. Burnout
    2. Having a Blast
    3. Chump
    4. Longview
    5. Welcome to Paradise
    6. Pulling Teeth
    7. Basket Case
    8. She
    9. Sassafras Roots
    10. When I Come Around
    11. Coming Clean
    12. Emenius Sleepus
    13. In the End
    14. F.O.D.
    Green Day
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  • Bill Withers' Greatest Hits (Awaiting Repress) Bill Withers' Greatest Hits (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Bill Withers' Greatest Hits (Awaiting Repress)

    Bill Withers Bill Withers' Greatest Hits on Numbered Limited Edition 180g LP from Mobile Fidelity


    Bill Withers' Smooth Soul Voice, Mellow Grooves, and Gospel Accents Inform Beloved Work: Booker T. Jones, Al Jackson, and Stephen Stills Among Guest Instrumentalists on Greatest Hits


    Essential Bill Withers' Greatest Hits Compilation Includes Ubiquitous Classics Such as Ain't No Sunshine, Lean on Me, Lovely Day, Use Me, and Grandma's Hands


    Mobile Fidelity 180g LP Pressed at RTI: Roots R&B Has Never Sounded Better on Any Format


    Bill Withers created mellow, downhome-style soul for barely more than a decade before retreating from the industry to pursue craftsman interests. Yet over the course of the handful of albums he made for Sussex and CBS, the Appalachian native struck lasting emotional chords in legends ranging from Booker T. Jones to Stephen Stills - not to mention the millions of listeners that fell under the spell of now-standard tracks such as Lean on Me, Use Me, and Ain't No Sunshine. The antithesis of the sweaty R&B shouter that prowled the edge of stages, Withers dealt in calm and vulnerability, qualities that come to fore on the seminal Bill Withers' Greatest Hits.


    Pressed on 180g LP at RTI, Mobile Fidelity's vinyl reissue of the 1981 compilation provides a transparent view of Withers' relaxing timbre and the subtle grooves underlining his arrangements. Characteristics ranging from the tension of the guitars, funky bends of the bass, whisper-soft coo of the formal strings, airiness of the backing harmonies, and sharpness of the snare drum emerge with utmost clarity and lifelike presence. Always prized for its naked honesty and pure conviction, Withers' music positively caresses the senses on this LP, the unadulterated production and beautiful soundscapes revealed anew with each listen.


    Incredibly, Withers almost never got a shot at recording. After receiving a deal from Sussex while laboring as a toilet-seat manufacturer, he landed in the care of Stax bandleader Booker T. Jones, who gathered most of his fellow MG members - along with Stills and Jim Keltner - to assist in Withers' debut. Two takes from those sessions, the Grammy-winning Ain't No Sunshine and devotional Grandma's Hands, are included here, and showcase the vocalist's incredible breath control, folksy drawl, and restrained phrasing. They also indicate his penchant for converting biographical experience into eminently catchy combinations of pop, gospel, blues, and soul.


    Evidence of Withers' crossover appeal is found not only via his chart successes on both the pop and R&B charts, but in the DNA of his best work. There's not one forgettable moment on Greatest Hits. Covered by the likes of Fiona Apple, Mick Jagger, Isaac Hayes, Alicia Keys, and dozens more, Use Me rides a riveting clarinet riff and urban tempo to express the double-edged feelings associated with an edgy relationship. On the loping Who Is He (And What Is He to You?), Withers again splits the bitter and sweet. For the Latin-tinged Lovely Day, Withers holds a single note for 18 seconds and composed a song that's been sampled and rerecorded countless times by artists spanning Diana Ross to R. Kelly. And with Lean on Me, the West Virginian devised a masterpiece that's been for more than four decades part of the classic American songbook, an updated hymn carried to immortality by members of the Charles Wright & 103rd Street Rhythm Band.


    A veritable template for British soul contemporaries like Sam Smith and an extension of the timeless fare explored by Van Morrison, Curtis Mayfield, and Al Green, Bill Withers' Greatest Hits belongs in every music lover's library.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Just the Two of Us

    2. Use Me

    3. Ain't No Sunshine

    4. Lovely Day

    5. I Want to Spend the Night

    6. Soul Shadows

    7. Lean on Me

    8. Grandma's Hands

    9. Hello Like Before

    10. Who Is He (And What Is He to You)?
    Bill Withers
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  • Angus Soundtrack Angus Soundtrack Quick View

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    Angus Soundtrack

    Clear Vinyl


    To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Angus Soundtrack, SRCvinyl is bringing it to vinyl for the first time ever! The album has been mastered for vinyl by Kevin Gray at Coherent Studios and is pressed on limited edition 180 gram vinyl.


    The film's soundtrack accurately reflects the melodic ideas prevalent in the alternative rock scene at the time. Most of the bands perform songs that closely resonate with the themes of the film while keeping a fast yet upbeat tone, a sharp departure from the age of grunge, which had just reached its twilight. (It should be noted that Angus' penchant for flannel and denim, as well as his defeatist persona, are concepts more closely associated with grunge.) However, several key songs are absent in the CD that was released, most notably ''Fade into You'' by Mazzy Star, the song that was played as Angus and Melissa danced, and ''Rubella'' by the Smoking Popes.


    Weezer's initial offering, a song entitled ''Wanda (You're My Only Love)'' (or sometimes just ''Wanda''), was written specifically for the movie but rejected for being ''too much of a strict interpretation of the movie'' and for not sounding enough like what was expected of Weezer at the time. The previously written, more uptempo ''You Gave Your Love to Me Softly'' was used instead, and the rejection of the former song was known to have hurt Weezer's singer and songwriter Rivers Cuomo at the time. Though Weezer never properly recorded ''Wanda'', Cuomo released his 1994 demo of the song (along with the story of the song's submission and rejection) in 2007 on the albumAlone: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo.


    The unique version of ''Am I Wrong'' by Love Spit Love, mixing marching band horns into the original version of the song which interplay well with Richard Butler's raw vocals.


    Green Day contributed ''J.A.R. (Jason Andrew Relva)'', a song written by bassist Mike Dirnt about his friend who died in a car accident when he was 19. This song peaked at number one on the Modern Rock Billboard charts of 1995. This song was later released on their 2001 greatest hits album, International Superhits. Meanwhile, Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong co-produced ''Back to You'' by the Riverdales with producer Mass Giorgini, which was featured during the dance sequence at the high prom in the film.


    The music supervisors for Angus were Elliot Cahn and Jeff Saltzman, who, at the time, also managed two of the soundtrack's artists: Green Day and The Muffs.

    1. Green Day - J.A.R.
    2. Ash - Jack Names The Planets
    3. Dance Hall Crashers - Enough
    4. Ash - Kung Fu
    5. Riverdales, The - Back To You
    6. Smoking Popes - Mrs. You And Me
    7. Weezer - You Gave Your Love To Me Softly
    8. Goo Goo Dolls - Ain't That Unusual
    9. Muffs, The - Funny Face
    10. Tilt - White Homes
    11. Pansy Division - Deep Water
    12. Love Spit Love - Am I Wrong
    Various Artists
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  • Dookie (Picture Disc) Dookie (Picture Disc) Quick View

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    Dookie (Picture Disc)

    Ranked 193/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Picture Disc Edition


    Green Day's third release and major label debut, Dookie turned the San Francisco Bay area trio into overnight stars in 1994 and they've never looked back. Their infectious brand of modern punk revitalized the genre with its flippant humor and ironic self-loathing. The album produced the five hit singles Longview, Welcome to Paradise, Basket Case, She and When I Come Around and remains the band's biggest selling record. Dookie won the 1995 Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Performance. Green Day was also nominated for Best New Artist, Basket Case was nominated for Best Rock Performance By a Duo or Group With Vocal and Longview was nominated for Best Hard Rock Performance.

    1. Burnout
    2. Having a Blast
    3. Chump
    4. Longview
    5. Welcome to Paradise
    6. Pulling Teeth
    7. Basket Case
    8. She
    9. Sassafras Roots
    10. When I Come Around
    11. Coming Clean
    12. Emenius Sleepus
    13. In the End
    14. F.O.D.
    Green Day
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  • U218 Singles U218 Singles Quick View

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    U218 Singles

    U218 Singles is U2's most recent Greatest Hits album. Originally released in 2006 and featuring two new songs, The Saints are Coming (with Green Day) and Window in The Skies.

    LP 1
    1. Beautiful Day
    2. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
    3. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
    4. With Or Without You
    5. Vertigo
    6. New Year's Day
    7. Mysterious Ways
    8. Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of


    LP 2
    1. Where The Streets Have No Name
    2. Sweetest Thing
    3. Sunday Bloody Sunday
    4. One
    5. Desire
    6. Walk On
    7. Elevation
    8. Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
    9. The Saints Are Coming (U2 and Green Day)
    10. Window In The Skies

    U2
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  • Forever Changes Forever Changes Quick View

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    Forever Changes

    Ranked 40/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    The third and final album by the original Love lineup, Forever Changes has consistently drawn epic praise both upon its 1968 release on Elektra Records and to this very day. Rolling Stone described Forever Changes as "elegant armageddon" when listing it as #40 in the 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time while another rave review considered it, "one of the most distinctive masterpieces in that era of masterpieces." A landmark work that is without question the L.A.-based psychedelic folk-rock pioneers' most fully realized studio effort, Forever Changes was produced by band co-founder/frontman Arthur Lee and The Doors' engineer/producer Bruce Botnick.


    Lee's metaphysically super-logical lyrics, warbled sweetly over the band's full-bloom psychedelia, a swirling current of guitars, strings, and horns layered into a mind-expanding wall of beauty. The album's song titles read like signs along the long and winding road to Nirvana: "Andmoreagain," "Maybe The People Would Be The Times Or Between Clark And Hilldale," "The Good Humor Man He Sees Everything Like This," "You Set The Scene." Forever Changes exploded the personal into the universal and uncovered the eternal tucked away inside the familiar.


    "In the summer of 1967 a billboard appeared on Los Angeles' legendary Sunset Strip telling all who looked skyward to 'watch for the third coming of LOVE.' Emblazoned with an image of the group painted in oozing pink, purple, blue, and green meant to resemble an organic heart, Love were barely recognizable in their collective obscurity. Though they had followed hot on the heels of The Byrds to rule the L.A. club scene a year earlier, the band (at the time perhaps the most progressive and uncompromising in pop) never made the leap to mainstream acceptance or the Billboard Top 10. Ironically, that same summer their Elektra labelmates and former opening act, The Doors hit #1 with 'Light My Fire.' Meanwhile, the five members of Love (Arthur Lee, Johnny Echols, Bryan MacLean, Ken Forssi, and Michael Stuart) struggled to complete an album that would barely chart on initial release. In most stories Love would be the group that promised more than they delivered. That would be had 'the third coming' not been Forever Changes, a long-player widely rated above any other waxing of that idyllic era." - Andrew Sandoval/liner notes for the 2008 reissue

    1. Alone Again Or
    2. A House Is Not A Motel
    3. Andmoreagain
    4. The Daily Planet
    5. Old Man
    6. The Red Telephone
    7. Maybe The People Would Be The Times Or Between Clark And Hilldale
    8. Live And Let Live
    9. The Good Humor Man He Sees Everything Like This
    10. Bummer In The Summer
    11. You Set The Scene

    Love
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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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