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HitchhikerNeil Young will release a new studio album - which he originally recorded in 1976. The disc, dubbed Hitchhiker, is set for release via Reprise Records.
The 10-track acoustic album was recorded live in the studio August 11, 1976, at Indigo Studios in Malibu, California. It contains some of Young's best-loved songs plus two previously unreleased tracks.
The original session was produced by Young's longtime studio collaborator David Brings with new post production by John Hanlon, who has worked with Young since 1990 and produced his most recent works, including Peace Trail, Earth, The Monsanto Years, etc.
As these songs were recorded in a single session, the resultant performances are breathtaking and passionate. The simplicity of a single voice and guitar captured here are as pure and powerful as the creator intended with only Young and Briggs in the room at the time of recording.
Many of the songs would not appear on vinyl until years later. The title track, for example, did not officially appear until 2010's Le Noise and naturally sounds worlds apart from the original. The version herein of "Captain Kennedy" has certain raw spontaneity compared to the slightly gentler version that would eventually surface on Hawks & Doves in 1980.
Perhaps the most noticeable jewels in the crown of Hitchhiker are the two previously unreleased tracks that have remained in the vaults since 1976: "Hawaii" a soaring ballad and unlike anything else Young had recorded at the time. Side one closes out with "Give Me Strength," which would be occasionally performed live in the mid-Seventies but now available here for the first time and may well be considered one of Young's best long lost gems.1. Pocahontas
3. Captain Kennedy
5. Give Me Strength
6. Ride My Llama
9. Human Highway
10. The Old Country Waltz$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Into The Wild (Soundtrack)Release Date 10-14-10.
Includes 24-page full color booklet.
Taking a break from his day job fronting rock heavyweight Pearl Jam, Eddie Vedder immerses himself into the big-screen story of a young man who gives all his money to charity and hitchhikes to a new life, and his eventual death, in the wilds of Alaska. Prompted by the film's creator, Sean Penn, to contribute to the musical score, the Seattle musician tackled the entire project, playing every instrument on the soundtrack's nine originals and two cover songs.1. Setting Forth
2. No Ceiling
3. Far Behind
5. Long Nights
7. Hard Sun
9. The Wolf
10. End of the Road
11. Guaranteed$44.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Hitchhike To Rhome
Old 97's Classic Debut Gets An Expanded 20th Anniversary Reissue!
Translucent Orange 2-LP
The Old 97's burst onto the alt-country scene in 1994 with their
debut, Hitchhike To Rhome. To celebrate this anniversary, Omnivore
Recordings is proud to reissue Hitchhike with an expanded release -for the first time-on double LP!
When band member, and set co-producer, Ken Bethea was revisiting
the original tapes for this reissue, he discovered a whopping eight
extra tracks cut at the album sessions-many of which the band hadn't
even remembered recording. It seemed the perfect time and place
to bring those previously unissued songs to light and add the tracks
from their fi rst four song demo cassette to round out the early
picture of the 97's.
The double LP (limited edition first pressing on translucent orange vinyl) features the LP on 3 sides with
6 of the recently unearthed tracks on the 4th. It also includes rare photos, memorabilia and notes from Bethea.1. St. Ignatius
3. Drowning In The Days
4. Miss Molly
5. Dancing With Tears
6. 4 Leaf Clover
7. Wish The Worst
8. Old 97's Theme
10. Hands Of$29.99Colored Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
BBC The Radiophonic Workshop
180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl
Available On Vinyl For The 1st Time
The BBC Radiophonic Workshop, set up in 1958, was originally created as a sound effects unit for BBC Radio and TV programs. Pioneering new forms of drama during the late 1950s and early 60s demanded innovative and original use ofmusic and sound.The art of what became known as sounddesign began in the cramped undergroundstudiosof the Radiophonic Workshop at the BBC Maida Vale complex in London. Their early explorations into sound drew on the principles of musique concrete, early tape manipulation techniques and primitive oscillators and tone circuits built by technicians at the workshop. As technology developed and the synthesizer, tape technology, computers and early digital sampling emerged the Radiophonic Workshop maintained an their position at the leading edge of electronic music and sound design.
The vast body of work that emerged between 1960 and 1997 has influenced generations of musicians both within electronica and more widely in the Rock, Progressive and Pop field. Groundbreaking work such as Delia' Darbyshire's 1963 Doctor Who Theme (still the high water mark of experimental music), sound effects albums, works of early electronica and popular favourites such as Blake's 7 and The Hitchhiker's Guide To the Galaxy have ensured the RWS a place at electronica's top table. From the Beatles, Pink Floyd and Vangelis to Orbital, The Chemical Brothers and beyond, their legacy lives on in the sounds and textures of so much contemporary music. But it isn't just musicians who have drawn on their work.
The technical development of the studio and modern recording techniques owes them a great debt too. Sound engineer Roger Mayer, who supplied effects pedals to Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix, is just one of many engineers for whom their work proved inspirational. He described the Workshop as, ''the great unsung heroes of British electronica.''
These two records, recorded in 1968 and 1975 respectively, were released at the height of The Radiophonic Workshop's influence. They showcase the dawning of processed sound, treated sounds and sound design.
Quirky and irreverent BBC Radiophonic Music was originally put out as a specialist demonstration library disc for BBC drama producers. In 1971 the BBC released it commercially. This is the first time it has been made available on vinyl in its first and original form.
The Radiophonic Workshop from 1975 was a compilation of the best-known of the Radiophonic Workshop's output to date. This is the first time it has seen a vinyl reissue in its original form.
Both albums have been remastered for vinyl from the original tapes by the Radiophonic Workshop's archivist Mark Ayres. Pressed on 180 gram audiophile vinyl.1. Malcolm Clarke - La Grande Pièce De La Foire De La Rue Delaware
2. John Baker - Brio
3. Dick Mills - Adagio
4. Roger Limb - Geraldine
5. Malcolm Clarke - Bath Time
6. Glynis Jones / Malcolm Clarke - NÉnuphar
7. Dick Mills - Major Bloodnok's Stomach
8. Paddy Kingsland - The Panel Beaters
9. Dick Mills - Crazy Dazy
10. Glynis Jones - Veils And Mirrors
11. Malcolm Clarke - Romanescan Rout
12. Glynis Jones - Schlum Rooli
13. Roger Limb - Kitten's Lullaby
14. Richard Yeoman-Clark - Waltz Antipathy
15. Paddy Kingsland - The World Of Science$29.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Too Far To CarePressed On 180-Gram Audiophile Vinyl
The Old 97's are an alternative country/rock band from Dallas, Texas formed in 1993.
They are recognized as pioneers of the alt-country movement during the mid to late 90s along with bands such as Uncle Tupelo, Drive-By Truckers, Whiskeytown, The Jayhawks, and The Bottle Rockets.
Too Far To Care is the third studio album by the band, originally released in 1997. The album's title comes from the song Streets of Where I'm From.
Lyrically the band's constant touring is evident in songs like Barrier Reef (with references to Chicago), Broadway (in New York City), and Niteclub (inspired, according to the band, by clubs in Cleveland, Ohio and Ann Arbor, Michigan).
Four Leaf Clover was originally recorded on Hitchhike To Rhome, the first Old 97's album. Rhett (vocals/guitar) was searching for a duet to record with friend Exene Cervenka and had started work on an old-fashioned duet that I thought we might sing, but Exene proclaimed it 'too pretty'. That song later became Fireflies. Instead, Exene sang on Four Leaf Clover, replacing the lyric nothing to impress you with nothing to attract you which Rhett found much sexier.1. Timebomb
2. Barrier Reef
5. W. Tx Teardrops
6. Melt Show
7. Streets Of Where I'm From
8. Big Brown Eyes
9. Just Like California
10. Curtain Calls
12. House That Used To Be
13. Four Leaf Clover$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Creepshow 2 SoundtrackPressed On 180 Gram 2x Colored Vinyl Inspired By "The Raft" (Lake Water Clear & Black Blob Vinyl) & "Old Chief Woodenhead" (Metallic Golden Brown & And Deep Teal Swirl)
Old Style Tip-On Gatefold Jacket With Built In Booklet
Remastered From The Original Master Tapes
Artwork By Ghoulish Gary Pullin
Cut To 45 RPM For Best Sound Quality
Liner Notes By Composer Les Reed
Waxwork Records is thrilled to announce the debut soundtrack release of CREEPSHOW 2. The 1987 anthology horror film is a sequel to 1982's CREEPSHOW, which was directed by George A. Romero and written by Stephen King. The film is once again based upon stories by Stephen King, and features three horror-segments, Old Chief Woodenhead, The Raft, and The Hitchhiker, with an animated-horror wrap around story.
The score, co-composed and performed by Les Reed and Rick Wakeman, features a mix of both classic, orchestral compositions and electronic, synth cues. Waxwork's CREEPSHOW 2 deluxe, double LP soundtrack release marks the very first time that the music from the film has been released in any format. After a lengthy search of the original masters, Waxwork Records was able to work directly with composers Les Reed and Rick Wakeman to acquire the original source material and re-master for vinyl.
Waxwork's 2014 vinyl release of the original 1982 CREEPSHOW score by John Harrison has become a fan favorite amongst film music lovers, horror fans, and record collectors, thus being re-pressed and selling out almost immediately upon release on both occasions.
Packaging details include 2xLP 180 gram colored vinyl with variants correlating to stories within the film, old style tip-on gatefold jackets with a built in booklet featuring liner notes by composer Les Reed, and an LP package that is jam-packed with all new artwork by Ghoulish Gary Pullin!
This item is not eligible for discount.LP 1
1. Welcome To Another Edition Of Creepshow
2. Old Chief Woodenhead
4. Cherished Treasures
5. Here To Do A Little Shopping
6. This Hair Is Gonna Get Me Paid & Laid
7. One More Step & BLAM!
8. Rock Candy
9. There Ain't No Dust In Hollywood
10. War Paint
12. Old Chief Woodenhead's Revenge
13. May Your Spirit Rest, Old One
14. Venus Fly Trap
15. The Raft
1. "Help! It hurts!"
2. "I'm fast! I can make it!"
3. Hold Me
4. Love Theme / "I Beat You!"
5. No Swimming
6. The Hitchhiker
7. "You're Seeing Things, Bitch"
8. Thanks For The Ride, Lady!
9. Shooting The Hitchhiker
10. You Killed Me!
11. "Till Next Issue, Try To Stay Scared"$44.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP 45 RPM - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Lucky Strikes & Liquid GoldTen road-weary tales from the wrong side of outlaw country. Jeff Cowell may have huffed thesame narcotic air as Townes Van Zandt and David Allan Coe, but hunkered far from the Nashville city limits, nary a Cash or Paycheck would drunkenly slur through his tunes. Recorded in 1975, Lucky Strikes and Liquid Gold is an
isolated, backwoods loner epic, top-loaded with odes to hitch-hiking and rambling the crumbling
Michigan countryside of Cowell's hard-drinking youth. Previously available only out of the backs
of borrowed cars, truck stops, campgrounds, and country-western bars between Algonac, Detroit,
East Lansing, Cadillac, and Manistee, this LP now finds new life in similarly detached environs: the
last remaining record stores.1. Jake Lake
3. Go Sweetly
4. And When
5. Lucky Strikes and Liquid Gold
6. We All Know
7. Bring Me Back
8. Can't Make Nothin'
9. Joanne & Jason
10. Not Down This Low$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
A Thing Called Divine FitsDivine Fits, the band comprised of Spoon's Britt Daniel, Wolf Parade's Dan Boeckner and the New Bomb Turks' Sam Brown, has confirmed that its debut album, A Thing Called Divine Fits, will be released via Merge Records.
A Thing Called Divine Fits was recorded from March-May of 2012 in a backyard studio in Los Angeles, CA. The band co-produced the album with Nick Launay and it clocks in at about 42-and-a-half minutes long. Roughly half the tracks are lead-sung by Dan and half by Britt while Alex Fischel plays keyboards like a madman throughout.
Over the course of A Thing Called Divine Fits' 11 songs it covers such topics as the death of true love, hitchhiking, cocoa butter, emotional distance, what happens when the curtain drops, and Minneapolis, MN.1. My Love Is Real
2. Flaggin a Ride
3. What Gets You Alone
4. Would That Not Be Nice
5. The Salton Sea
6. Baby Get Worse
7. Civilian Stripes
8. For Your Heart
10. Like Ice Cream
11. Neopolitans$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
The Visitor (Out Of Stock)Neil Young has reunited with Promise of the Real for his 39th solo studio effort, The Visitor.
The 10-track set marks Young's first studio recording with the band since 2015's The Monsanto Years; he subsequently collaborated with them again the following year, for the live/studio hybrid outing Earth.
The Visitor follows closely on the heels of Young's most recent release, Hitchhiker, which arrived in September and exhumed a collection of long-vaulted performances from the '70s. Young alluded to the new album's arrival while promoting Hitchhiker, saying, Some have noted after hearing this that this recording may be a high-water mark for me heard to match. Yet here we are, 40 years later, and the visitor will arrive soon with his own ideas.1. Already Great
2. Fly By Night Deal
3. Almost Always
4. Stand Tall
5. Change Of Heart
7. Diggin' A Hole
8. Children Of Destiny
9. When Bad Got Good
10. Forever$29.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock