Pro-ject Authorized & Certified VPI Dealer

A World of Vinyl

(877) 929-8729
Site Search
Menu Free shipping on domestic orders over $49.99! - We ship worldwide!
15% Off Vinyl - LP15
Home > Products for: '

Shawn Colvin

'
  • 1
Results per page:
  • A Few Small Repairs: 20th Anniversary Edition A Few Small Repairs: 20th Anniversary Edition Quick View

    $19.99
    Buy Now
    x

    A Few Small Repairs: 20th Anniversary Edition

    Newly Remastered & Expanded Album Features 7 Rare & Unreleased Bonus Tracks

    The 20th Anniversary Edition of A Few Small Repairs will be available in 12 vinyl, featuring the remastered original album. This will be the title's first-ever vinyl release!

    A Few Small Repairs includes the Grammy Award-winning Sunny Came Home plus chart-toppers You and The Mona Lisa and Nothin' On Me (the theme song for the NBC sitcom Suddenly Susan). This expanded anniversary edition includes seven rare live performances culled from the Sony Music archives, plus enhanced artwork including newly-written liner notes by Shawn Colvin and producer John Leventhal and recently discovered archival photos.

    1. Sunny Came Home
    2. Get Out of This House
    3. The Facts About Jimmy
    4. You and the Mona Lisa
    5. Trouble
    6. I Want It Back
    7. If I Were Brave
    8. Wichita Skyline
    9. 84,000 Different Delusions
    10. Suicide Alley
    11. What I Get Paid For
    12. New Thing Now
    13. Nothin' On Me
    13. Sunny Came Home (Live at KFOG)
    14. Trouble (Live from Columbia Records Radio Hour)
    15. Get Out of This House (Live at KFOG)
    16. The Facts About Jimmy (Live at the Ryman)
    17. You and The Mona Lisa (Live at the Ryman)
    18. If I Were Brave (Live from Columbia Records Radio Hour)
    19. Ricochet in Time (Live at the Ryman)
    Shawn Colvin
    $19.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Uncovered Uncovered Quick View

    $21.99
    Buy Now
    x

    Uncovered

    On this album,Shawn has recorded 12 songs from artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, Tom Waits, Stevie Wonder, Robbie Robertson and Graham Nash.
    1. Tougher Than the Rest
    2. American Tune
    3. Baker Street
    4. Hold On
    5. I Used To Be A King
    6. Private Universe
    7. Heaven Is Ten Zillion Light Years Away
    8. Gimme A Little Sign
    9. Acadian Driftwood
    10. Lodi
    11. Not A Drop of Rain
    12. 'Til I Get It Right
    Shawn Colvin
    $21.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Songs of Rapture and Redemption: Rarities & Live (Pre-Order) Songs of Rapture and Redemption: Rarities & Live (Pre-Order) Quick View

    $36.99
    Sold Out
    x

    Songs of Rapture and Redemption: Rarities & Live (Pre-Order)

    Release Date: July 13, 2018*

    Brand New Collection Includes Demos And Live Tracks Making Their Debut On Vinyl


    2x 180-Gram Colored Vinyl Pressed At Record Industry


    Includes A Tip On Gatefold Stoughton Jacket


    Individually Numbered And Limited To One Pressing


    Born October 7, 1944, and hailing from California, Judith
    Lynn Sill was an American singer-songwriter who learned
    how to play piano in her father's Oakland bar. She met,
    befriended and started opening shows for Graham Nash
    and David Crosby in the mid-to-late 1960s.


    After a bit of interest from Atlantic Records, David Geffen
    offered Judee a contract and she became the first artist to
    sign with his then-fledgling Asylum label. During her early
    days at Asylum, she sold her song "Lady-O" to the Turtles and
    was featured on the cover of Rolling Stone. Graham Nash
    produced her first single, "Jesus Was A Cross Maker," off her
    self-titled debut album which was released on September
    15, 1971 and engineered by Henry Lewy (Joni Mitchell). The
    song was inspired by her romance with singer-songwriter
    JD Souther, who later wrote the song "Something In the
    Dark" about her. The album featured Sill's voice in multiple
    overdubs, often in a four-part chorale or fugue. Her debut
    album was not a commercial success, despite good reviews.
    Sill took over orchestration and arrangements for her
    second album, Heart Food, which was released in March
    of 1973. The album was critically acclaimed but sold poorly
    and ended her association with Asylum and David Geffen.


    Judee continued to write songs and in 1974 began to record
    new material planned for a third album that was never
    finished. Sill continued to struggle with drug addiction
    and health problems, eventually dropping out of the music
    scene completely. Judee tragically died of a drug overdose
    on November 23, 1979, at her apartment in North Hollywood.


    Sill's music was not commercially viable at the time but
    was incredibly influential as well as ground-breaking and
    many notable songwriters such as Andy Partridge, Liz Phair,
    Warren Zevon and Shawn Colvin have been fans of her work.
    Her songs have been covered by the Hollies, Cass Elliott,
    Warren Zevon, Beth Orton, Bill Callahan, Bonnie Prince Billy,
    Ron Sexsmith, The Fruit Bats and many more.

    *Please note that release dates are subject to change.

    LP 1
    1. Intro/The Vigilante*
    2. Lady-O*
    3. Enchanted Sky Machines*
    4. The Archetypal Man*
    5. Crayon Angels*
    6. The Lamb Ran Away With the Crown*
    7. Jesus Was A Cross Maker*


    LP 2
    1. The Pearl**
    2. The Phoenix**
    3. Jesus Was A Cross Maker (home demo)
    4. The Desperado (Outtake from the Heart Food sessions)
    5. The Kiss***
    6. Down Where The Valleys Are Low***
    7. The Donor***
    8. Soldier Of The Heart***
    9. The Phoenix***
    10. The Vigilante***
    11. The Pearl***
    12. There's A Rugged Road***


    * Live at Boston Music Hall, 10/3/71
    ** Outtake from the album Judee Sill
    *** Solo demo for Heart Food

    Judee Sill
    $36.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed PRE-ORDER
    Sold Out
  • 1
Go to top