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  • Paper Money (Deluxe Edition) Paper Money (Deluxe Edition) Quick View

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    Paper Money (Deluxe Edition)


    Deluxe Edition


    Paper Money is the second album by the California-based hard rock band Montrose. It was produced by Ted Templeman and is the band's final recording with original vocalist Sammy Hagar.


    Includes the remastered version of the original album along with a selection of bonus recordings.

    LP 1
    1. Underground
    2. Connection
    3. The Dreamer
    4. Starliner
    5. I Got The Fire
    6. Spaceage Sacrifice
    7. We're Going Home
    8. Paper Money


    LP 2
    1. Intro
    2. I Got The Fire
    3. Rock Candy
    4. Bad Motor Scooter
    5. Spaceage Sacrifice
    6. One And A Half
    7. Roll Over Beethoven
    8. Trouble
    9. Space Station #5

    Montrose
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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    10X10

    Before his untimely death in 2012, renowned American rock guitarist Ronnie Montrose began recording an ambitious passion project with bassist Ricky Phillips (Styx, Bad English) and drummer Eric Singer (Kiss, Alice Cooper). The idea was to record 10 songs with 10 different singers and call the album 10X10. Sadly, Montrose was unable to see the album through during his lifetime. Instead, Phillips made it his mission to finish the songs by enlisting a small army of Ronnie's musician friends to record the vocals and the guitar solos for each song, completing the album in recent years.


    Phillips says the songs represent some of Montrose's best work. "His songs still have the fire and angst of a young rebel, but with some added wisdom and foresight voiced in his own unique language of 'guitar-speak.' On 10X10, we hear Ronnie at the top of his game, from the opening crunch guitar of 'Heavy Traffic,' all the way to the closing song, 'I'm Not Lying,' which was Ronnie's tip of the hat to his friend Robin Trower."


    10X10 features inspired pairings, like Deep Purple singer Glenn Hughes with Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen ("Still Singin' With The Band") and singer Sammy Hagar with Toto guitarist Steve Lukather ("Color Blind"). Legendary blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa also showcases his guitar talents on the track "The Kingdom's Come Undone" with Ricky Phillips on vocals. A few artists both sing and play, like Edgar Winter ("Love Is An Art") and Tommy Shaw ("Strong Enough").


    Several artists who appear on 10X10 had recorded with Ronnie during his career, like Edgar Winter, who included the guitarist on his 1972 album, They Only Come Out At Night. Sammy Hagar got his start singing with Montrose. Between 1973-75, he recorded two influential albums - Montrose and Paper Money - with the band and toured the world.
    More than 40 years later, Hagar was among the first who agreed to help finish Ronnie's final album. "It's valuable to have 10X10 be seen as Ronnie's last work, rather than going and digging up some stuff from his past. This was something he truly had a vision for," says Hagar.

    1. Heavy Traffic Feat. Eric Martin & Dave Meniketti
    2. Love Is An Art Feat. Edgar Winter & Rick Derringer
    3. Color Blind Feat. Sammy Hagar & Steve Lukather
    4. Still Singin' With The Band Feat. Glenn Hughes, Phil Collen & Jimmy "Z" Zavala
    5. Strong Enough Feat. Tommy Shaw
    6. Any Minute Feat. Mark Farner & Ricky Phillips
    7. The Kingdom's Come Undone Feat. Ricky Phillips & Joe Bonamassa
    8. One Good Reason Feat. Bruce Turgon & Brad Whitford
    9. Head On Straight Feat. Davey Pattison & Marc Bonilla
    10. I'm Not Lying Feat. Gregg Rolie, Tom Gimbel & Lawrence Gowan
    Ronnie Montrose (feat. Ricky Phillips and Eric Singer)
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  • King Of The Waves (Awaiting Repress) King Of The Waves (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    King Of The Waves (Awaiting Repress)

    Its been nearly five years since Little Barrie has released new material, but King of the Waves definitively proves that its been absolutely worth the wait. Since 2007, the band has dedicated themselves to honing their musical reputations, doing everything from appearing live with Primal Scream to collaborations with the likes of Morrissey and Mark Ronson.


    Guitarist/frontman Barrie Cadogan and bassist/vocalist Lewis Wharton are joined on the album by the new addition of drummer/vocalist Virgil Howe, son of renowned Yes guitarist Steve Howe. The resulting sound produced by the band is as intensely electrifying as one might expect from such a dynamic and in-demand group of individuals. It calls to mind an old school Detroit rock n roll showdown between Link Wray and The Creation, with the MC5 and Motowns best in attendance to cheer both sides, and the omnipresent threat of a killer wave lurking just overhead.


    Longtime friend and collaborator Edwyn Collins co-produced the album with Little Barrie, and sings backing vocals on the track Money In Paper. Engineer Sebastian Lewsley also returns on King of the Waves, recorded at Collins West Heath Studios in north London. Available on 180g vinyl in gatefold jacket.

    1. Surf Hell
    2. How Come
    3. Does The Halo Rust
    4. Precious Pressure
    5. King Of The Waves
    6. Now We're Nowhere
    7. Dream To Live
    8. Tip It Over
    9. I Can't Wait
    10. New Diamond Love
    11. Money In Paper
    Little Barrie
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
  • Things to Remember - The Pamper Demos Things to Remember - The Pamper Demos Quick View

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    Things to Remember - The Pamper Demos

    Liner Notes By Grammy-Winning Writer Colin Escott


    Photos From Bear Family Label Founder Richard Weize's Personal Collection


    Remastered By Mike Milchner At Sonicvision For Fidelity Far Superior To Prior Incarnations


    Available On A 2xLP Set Pressed On Red Vinyl Limited To 1000 Copies


    Housed In A Gatefold Jacket


    The First Blossoming Of One Of The Truly Singular Talents In American Music


    For the series of sessions that laid the foundation for Willie Nelson's career and thus changed the course of modern country music, these recordings have been treated pretty cavalierly over the years. But first, a little history Willie Nelson was a struggling songwriter, hungry for work and maybe even just plain hungry, when he moved to Nashville in late 1960 with his wife and kids and met Hank Cochran, who was a writer for Pamper Music. Pamper, which was owned by country star Ray Price, fiddle player Hal Smith, and a baker (!) from Pico Rivera, California named Claude Caviness, was the hottest publishing company in town, thanks to writers like Cochran and Harlan Howard and songs like "Heartaches by the Number" and "I Fall to Pieces." At first, Willie wasn't going to sign with Pamper because Hal Smith wouldn't give Willie the draw he needed, but Cochran told Smith to front Willie fifty bucks a week from his own draw. So Willie, determined to reward Cochran's trust, got to work. "I was writing to prove I could write," he said. "To get the money and feel like I was earning it." He would end most work days with a new song, and then he and Cochran would call a session with A-team musicians who didn't have major label studio work that day. The result: a body of work that just may well represent the most fertile creative period ever to issue from a country songwriter.


    The songs Willie recorded for Pamper during the early '60s remain among his most famous, and include tunes he still performs to this day: "Crazy," "Funny (How Time Slips Away),' "Night Life," "Pretty Paper," "Half a Man," "Hello Walls," "Healing Hands of Time," and more. And these, the Pamper demos, are the first recordings of those legendary songs. In other words, this is what artists and label guys back in the day heard when Hal Smith or Hank Cochran handed over a little acetate, and said, "Hey, listen here to what our guy Willie Nelson just come up with." It simply doesn't get much more historic than that! But, for some reason, these demos have hitherto turned up in bits and pieces, mostly on budget packages with little documentation or care.


    Now, finally, these incredibly important recordings are getting the respect they deserve. Things to Remember-The Pamper Demos brings together these 28 performances for the first time (several of which have hitherto eluded compilation), all remastered by Mike Milchner at SonicVision to sound much better than they ever have, and annotated by Grammy-winning writer Colin Escott, with photos courtesy of Bear Family label founder Richard Weize. Available from Real Gone Music as a gatefold , red vinyl double-LP limited to 1000 copies, this collection is indispensable for any Willie Nelson fan or any lover of great country music it's the first blossoming of one of our greatest songwriters, presented the way work of this stature should be, with great sound and packaging.

    LP 1
    1. Where Were You Yesterday
    2. More Than One Way to Cry
    3. I Just Can't Let You Say Goodbye
    4. A Broken Promise
    5. I'm Gonna Lose a Lotta Teardrops
    6. Little Things
    7. Will You Remember Mine
    8. My Own Peculiar Way
    9. I Gotta Get Drunk
    10. Half a Man
    11. You Left a Long Time Ago
    12. Undo the Right
    13. I've Just Destroyed the World


    LP 2
    1. Are You Sure
    2. Country Willie
    3. Three Days
    4. You Wouldn't Cross the Street
    5. Pretty Paper
    6. Night Life
    7. Hello Walls
    8. Healing Hands of Time
    9. Good Times
    10. Funny (How Time Slips Away)
    11. Crazy
    12. Within Your Crowd
    13. Save Your Tears
    14. A Moment Is Very Long
    15. Things to Remember

    Willie Nelson
    $39.99
    Colored Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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