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f there was ever any doubt that the New Riders of the Purple Sage were the ultimate hippie country rock band-and having had Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh and Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead as early members meant that there wasn't much-The Adventures of Panama Red put them to rest. This 1973 album's loosely connected tall tales of drug culture, complete with the album's underground comic book graphics, ensured that this gatefold record was a long-time dorm room favorite for separating out those stems and seeds. But Panama Red (their only gold record) had a lot more going for it than just countercultural kicks-the band, by now consisting of John Dawson, David Nelson, Dave Torbert, pedal steel ace Buddy Cage and Jefferson Airplane drummer Spencer Dryden-was much tighter than any outfit this stoned had a right to be, and with songwriting contributions from Peter Rowan (the hit "Panama Red" and "Lonesome L.A. Cowboy") and Robert Hunter ("Kick in the Head") as well as from the band's own fine tunesmiths in Dawson and Torbert, the songs were of a uniformly high quality. Production by multi-instrumentalist Norbert Putnam, charts by the Memphis Horns and vocal contributions by Buffy Sainte-Marie and Donna Godchaux helped enshrine this record as one of the finest country-rock outings of the '70s. Now, Real Gone Music is reissuing this classic album for the first time on vinyl, remastered by Vic Anesini at Battery Studios in NYC and lacquer cut by Kevin Gray, with a limited edition pressing of 1000 in-what else?-purple vinyl, with the original gatefold album and inner sleeve graphics (with lyrics) intact. Time to add to your stash of essential '70s vinyl!
1. Panama Red (Album Version) 2. It's Alright with Me 3. Lonesome L.A. Cowboy (Album Version) 4. Important Exportin Man (Album Version) 5. One Too Many Stories (Album Version) 6. Kick In the Head 7. You Should Have Seen Me Runnin (Album Version) 8. Teardrops In My Eyes (Album Version) 9. L.A. Lady (Album Version) 10. Thank the Day 11. Cement, Clay and Glass
New Riders of the Purple Sage
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Rare Jefferson Airplane Radio Broadcast From 1970 Capturing Marty Balins Last Appearance For Almost 20 Years. This KSAN radio broadcast marks a pivotal moment in the convoluted history of one of the West Coast's foremost bands, Jefferson Airplane. On this particular evening, Sunday 4th October 1970, San Francisco's Winterland Ballroom played host to the very cream of the city's psychedelic pioneers - playing alongside the Airplane were The Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Hot Tuna and the New Riders of the Purple Sage. The Airplane's set this evening draws most heavily of their fourth and fifth albums, 'Crown Of Creation' (1968) and 'Volunteers' (1969).
LP1 1. Have You Seen The Saucers 2. Crown Of Creation 3. Somebody To Love 4. Mexico 5. Up Or Down 6. Whatever The Old Man Wants 7. Emergency
LP2 1. Wooden Ships 2. Bludgeon Of A Bluecoat 3. Greasy Heart 4. You Wear Your Dresses Too Short 5. We Can Be Together 6. Volunteers
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