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  • The Long Run The Long Run Quick View

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    The Long Run


    Certified Mult-Platinum (7 times) by the RIAA. (3/01)


    The long-awaited followup to Hotel California and the Eagles' last studioalbum proved a considerable disappointment, though it sold in the expected multimillions and included the hits Heartache Tonight, The Long Run, and I Can't Tell You Why.

    1. The Long Run
    2. I Can't Tell You Why
    3. In The City
    4. The Disco Strangler
    5. King Of Hollywood
    6. Heartache Tonight
    7. Those Shoes
    8. Teenage Jail
    9. The Greeks Don't Want No Freaks
    10. The Sad Cafe
    The Eagles
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  • Long May You Run Long May You Run Quick View

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    Long May You Run

    Long May You Run is an album credited to the Stills-Young Band, a collaboration between Stephen Stills and Neil Young, originally released in 1976 on Reprise Records. It peaked at #26 on the Billboard 200 and certified gold in the U.S. by the RIAA.
    1. Long May You Run
    2. Make Love To You
    3. Midnight on the Bay
    4. Black Coral
    5. Ocean Girl
    6. Let It Shine
    7. 12/8 Blues (All the Same)
    8. Fontainebleau
    9. Guardian Angel
    The Stills-Young Band
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  • Run River North Run River North Quick View

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    Run River North


    2-LP Gatefold Package With Bonus Track


    "Run River North stays the course - and finds success." - NPR


    "Snappy rock and chamber folk frames their tales of their parents' dreams and struggles to find purchase in America."
    - Wall Street Journal


    "the band's ambitious folk pop instrumentals, and embellished with frontman Alex Hwang's dulcet, Ben Gibbard-like tones,
    is a sense of possibility" - MTV World


    In the course of several months, Run River North went from playing a handful of hometown shows in Los Angeles to
    performing to an audience of millions on late-night show Jimmy Kimmel Live! It was an explosive trajectory for the sextet,
    whose uplifting anthems march to the beat of drums, jangling guitars and a rapturous string section. The rapid ascent from
    obscurity launched a new chapter for the band (then called Monsters Calling Home), whose upcoming full-length self-titled
    debut ventures further into effervescent rock anchored with a down-home aesthetic.


    The band recorded their self-titled debut with producer Phil Ek (Fleet Foxes, Built to Spill, Band of Horses). The songs ebb
    and flow with optimism, traversing emotional and musical landscapes woven into the strings duo of Daniel Chae and
    Jennifer Rim, alongside the galloping rhythm section of bassist Joe Chun, keyboardist Sally Kang and drummer John
    Chong. Together, their voices coalesce as one, a chorus calling out with a gentle urgency. The music of Run River North
    explores the ever-shifting search for self, from the energetic indie-rock interludes to the lonesome guitar strums, always
    asking the question: Is home a place or is it the people in your life? "We're not a posh, polished pop sound," says Alex
    Hwang, Run River North's singer/songwriter. "We have stories we want to tell and they take a little more time. After all, the
    journey to find your place is a long one, it's an ongoing, evolving adventure."

    1. Monsters Calling Home
    2. Beetle
    3. Lying Beast
    4. Run River North
    5. Growing Up
    6. Fight To Keep
    7. In The Water
    8. Somewhere
    9. Foxbeard
    10. Excuses
    11. Banner
    Run River North
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  • Walk, Don't Run Walk, Don't Run Quick View

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    Walk, Don't Run

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    If ever there was a "band that launched a thousand bands," it would be the Ventures. Founded in Tacoma, Washington in 1958, their guitar-based instrumental sound would prove hugely influential, inspiring countless followers to pick up a guitar, bass or set of drumsticks and try to emulate their heroes. As these musical neophytes would soon learn, it wasn't as easy as it initially appeared. The Ventures were masters of tone and technique, deftly arranging their instruments in a seamless approach that was instantly recognizable. Because they were an instrumental group, their songs needed no translation, which resulted in a huge worldwide following. While many rock bands have claimed to be "big in Japan" over the years, the Ventures were the country's first rock superstars and they maintain a devoted worldwide following to this day. With over 100 million records sold, they are the best-selling instrumental group of all time.


    Sundazed is proud to rightfully address the magnificent Ventures' catalog-each title has been sourced from the original Dolton and Liberty Records' reels and painstakingly mastered to sound and feel like they were originally intended. Along with precise artwork restoration on each vinyl LP title, these new Sundazed editions stand as the definitive re-releases of these monumentally important albums. Long may they rock!

    1. Morgen
    2. Raunchy
    3. Home
    4. My Own True Love
    5. The Switch
    6. Walk, Don't Run
    7. Night Train
    8. No Trespassing
    9. Caravan
    10. Sleep Walk
    11. The McCoy
    12. Honky Tonk
    Ventures, The
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  • Those Who Didn't Run EP Those Who Didn't Run EP Quick View

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    Those Who Didn't Run EP

    To say Colin Stetson has come into his own in 2011 would be an understatement. February of 2011 saw the release of Colin's highly acclaimed solo album New History Warfare Vol. 2: Judges broadly received as a sonic, conceptual, compositional and technical tour de force. Thanks to his trajectory as a session and guest player with a diverse crop of iconoclastic pop/rock practitioners (Tom Waits, Laurie Anderson, TV On The Radio, Arcade Fire) as well as his own tenure in bands like Sway Machinery and Bell
    Orchestre, Stetson was poised to bridge the gap between contemporary rock and more rarified currents of avant jazz. With the Judges album, he did just that, garnering high praise from the both the jazz and pop/rock worlds.


    Colin's astounding physical engagement with his instruments (chiefly bass and alto saxophones) produces emotionally rich and polyphonic compositions that transcend expectations of what solo horn playing can sound like. Stetson is equally at home in the avant jazz tradition of players who have pushed the boundaries of the instrument through circular breathing, embouchure, etc. (i.e. Evan Parker, Mats Gustafsson) and at the nexus of noise/drone/minimalist music that encompasses genres like dark metal, post-rock and contemporary eletronics (i.e. Tim Hecker and Ben Frost both of whom have mixed or remixed Stetson recordings).


    Stetson's non-stop gigging at SXSW 2011 (on the NPR, Pitchfork and Pop Montreal stages) led to hundreds of dropped jaws and just as many superlatives about the man's mind-altering, heart-rending music: how it defies both genre boundaries and the physical boundaries of what one person can sonically generate in live performance with a single acoustic instrument, without recourse to looping pedals or other effects.


    Through the 30-odd solo performances delivered in the wake of the Judges release in the Spring of 2011, Colin continued delving into new compositions and especially more long-form trance/transcendental explorations. Having premiered a couple of these new songs at a small art gallery show in Montreal in May of 2011, Constellation was duly blown away and encouraged Colin to record them while still in their raw, staminatesting glory. He agreed and brought in good friend (and now Grammy-winning engineer) Mark Lawson (Arcade Fire, Islands) to help capture the performances in Stetson's own basement rehearsal/studio space.


    The two pieces on this new EP both clock in at 10 minutes and are documented in direct fashion, using a handful of mic positions and, as usual, no looping or overdubbing of any sort. They are brilliant single-take performances that showcase Stetson's love for minimalism, a subtle pop sensibility, and a mesmerising, mantric, time-warping technical ability.


    Those Who Didn't Run EP is an amazing addition to what will no doubt be an expanding Colin Stetson discography in coming years; a wonderfully realized portrait of Colin's solo playing before he embarks on a year's worth of touring as part of Bon Iver's live band.


    Those Who Didn't Run EP is available as a 10 pressed on heavyweight audiophile vinyl and comes in a screenprinted jacket by Repetitive Press in Montreal, featuring an illustration by Nadia Moss.

    1. Those Who Didnt Run
    2. The End of Your Suffering
    Colin Stetson
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  • The Long O The Long O Quick View

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    The Long O

    Known best for his work in Tasmanian freak-rock outfit The Native Cats, long-time Australian poet and sometimes stand up comedian Peter Escott has recently put to tape a magnificent solo opus, The Long O. Featuring no other performers and limited to the only instruments Escott knows how to play - piano, synth, melodica, and a solitary, awkwardly self-taught guitar chord - The Long O is as haunting as it is direct, with Escott's voice lending a reserved gravity to the often soaring arrangements.


    The minimal instrumentation allows Escott's long-confirmed songwriting strengths to come to the fore. He avoids arpeggiating and endless layering in favour of weighty chords and open spaces, whether in the mournful stride of piano-driven lead single "My Heaven, My Rules" or the blissful dream-pop of "Mealymouth". A thread of rough-hewn experimentation runs through the album too: "The Bell" closes the album with a melodica solo played in front of a washing machine, both heavily distorted to devastating effect.


    Escott's lyrics, already so vital to the appeal of the Native Cats, are even more focused and prominent here, as he trades his usual bold declarations and paranoid power games for a far more reflective and revealing lyrical mode. In "O", a three-part home recording inspired by the paralysing indecision of trying to complete and arrange the album, he wonders if all art can simply be reduced to "a list of decisions", explores the notion of artistic immortality via the history of drum sampling, and accepts the impossibility of writing to please anybody but oneself. It's The Long O in a nutshell: pieces of an ordinary life, and a wandering mind, and a well-honed instinct for deceptively small sounds.

    1. A16 (Sure Thing)
    2. My Heaven, My Rules
    3. Every Afternoon Is Holy
    4. No One
    5. Angel
    6. O
    7. Ship Of Theseus
    8. My Arm Is True
    9. I Believe In Devil World
    10. Mealymouth
    11. Kid 88 Moves On
    12. Desmond's Songs
    13. The Bell
    Peter Escott
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  • Sunday Run Me Over (Awaiting Repress) Sunday Run Me Over (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Sunday Run Me Over (Awaiting Repress)

    Sunday Run Me Over is the second album released in 2012 by Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs, following early spring's Long Distance, a collection of her older garage rock material re-recorded in a distinctly more Americana/honky tonk style. Long the queen of the garage, Holly Golightly's work with her strange partner Lawyer Dave acting as the entirety of the Brokeoffs has seen the punk energy that brimmed over in scrappy solo albums (or even more so with work in the early femme-stomp of Thee Headcoatees) shift somewhat into a country-tinged sound, possibly a product of her new environment, as Ms. Golightly left her London home for life on the farm in rural Georgia with Lawyer Dave sometime in the late 2000s. The photo of ducks, dogs, and chickens in the artists' backyard that graces the inside cover of Sunday Run Me Over is a far cry from the gritty dive-bar settings imaginable as the backdrop for Golightly's early solo material, and likewise the music is removed from that early garage grit. The fifth album from the duo finds them working in the country-blues mode they've been cultivating for a while, but with more energy and manic gusto than before. Starting off with the down-home holler of Goddamn Holy Roll, overdriven slide guitars and tambourines right out of Sunday morning church service explode out of the speakers, with Holly and Dave in a wild-eyed duet for the entire duration of this spirited stomper. Tones of deep South religion, retribution, and redemption feel buried throughout the record, with humid originals like the rocking Tank and the goofy saloon singalong of One for the Road butting up against traditional country arrangements of old-timey hits like I Forgot More and the Stonesy Hard to Be Humble. The album's down-on-the-farm or confessin'-on-the-pulpit vibes have enough rock & roll in them to keep Sunday Run Me Over in the same boozy, reckless mode of rock that Golightly is famous for, just reconfigured a little bit. The bitterness and spite that tempered the good times rolling on albums like Truly She Is None Other and Serial Girlfriend are still alive and well on tracks like Goodnight, even if sung with a bit more of a drawl than a British accent. All told, the album is a riveting romp of country-fried garage rock recorded on an actual farm. Fans of Golightly's earliest work might miss the garage days, but listening closely will reveal that the spirit of those days is alive and very much kicking.

    - Fred Thomas (All Music)
    1. Goddamn Holy Roll
    2. They Say
    3. Tank
    4. I Forgot More
    5. One For The Road
    6. Turn Around
    7. A Whole Lot More...
    8. Hand In Hand
    9. The Future's Here
    10. Hard To Be Humble
    11. Goodnight
    12. This Shit Is Gold
    Holly Golightly And The Brokeoffs
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  • Falling Faster Than You Can Run Falling Faster Than You Can Run Quick View

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    Falling Faster Than You Can Run

    Well, it doesn't take long for Falling Faster Than You Can Run to reveal that Nathaniel Rateliff isn't in a very good place. His deep funk is revealed very quickly on the opening track 'Still Trying': "If you roll in it long enough/your shit won't even smell" sings Rateliff, in between crying out, unaccompanied, "I don't know/I don't know/a god damned thing".


    And that's the feeling that sticks throughout this, often very fine, new record from Denver, Colorado's Missouri-born Rateliff. On his second full-length album (dropping the & the Wheel from his name) loneliness is writ large: not the kind of loneliness from actually being along, but the kind that comes from being constantly surrounded by people yet unable to shake the feeling of complete isolation. Rateliff has toured with many, many acts over the past few years and most recently has spent time with Dr Dog and fellow Denver act (and friends) The Lumineers. Thankfully, Rateliff rarely sounds like his friends (you might say I'm not a fan) and instead writes and plays music with a lot of heart and soul. It's often his voice that's the star of the show thanks to the subtly-arranged instrumentation: part matured Kurt Wagner burr and part throat-ravaged bluesman ( a bit The Tallest Man on Earth) it's a voice you could listen to all day. But good voice is nothing without good songs, and Rateliff comes with plenty of ammunition on Falling Faster Than You Can Run.


    "Still Trying" is an arresting opener; while Rateliff's heart-wrenching roars are the highlight, the backing isn't too shabby either - acoustic guitar and bass drum battle for the spotlight on a ragged country song, and it sounds authentic, like Rateliff has lived what he's singing. And things get better quickly: "I Am" is mostly just Rateliff and his guitar, as broaches his isolation singing: "you'll never know what's buried there / less you dig around". The music swells as he sings the title over and over, following a similar pattern to the album opener. But before things get too familiar, Rateliff picks up the pace with a couple of full band numbers that could almost be considered jaunty, if we were to ignore the lyrics. "Don't Get Too Close" is fine enough and ticks over nicely like a quickstep, but "Laborman" is even better. Like Wilco at their poppiest, it flies off on crunchy and bright electric guitars which belies the lyrical content: "I got a feelin' / a sleepin' depression / that somebody's gonna get hurt", sings Rateliff, followed by "you got the harness/so where you gonna drag me now?" You can see a pattern developing here; Rateliff's stuck somewhere he doesn't want to be, lonely, but how does he get out of it? Take another look at that album cover too - a couple share a bed, an arm reaches out yet it doesn't touch the other person. It's basically a visual encapsulation of what's being sung about.


    The epic electric storm of "Forgetting Is Believing" leads a trio of great closing tracks, ending with the Lambchop-murmur of the title track. Rateliff's baritone is exposed and dusty as he sings "leave me alone/you can see me fall/faster than you can run", ending as he started the record - alone and isolated.


    Falling Faster Than You Can Run feels, through the dirt, the shit and the whisky, and despite the loneliness, like a hard-earned triumph for Nathaniel Rateliff.


    - Andrew Hannah (The Line Of Best Fit)

    1. Still Trying
    2. I Am
    3. Don't Get Too Close
    4. Laborman
    5. How To Win
    6. Nothing To Show For
    7. Right On
    8. Three Fingers
    9. Forgetting Is Believing
    10. When Do You See
    11. Falling Faster Than You Can Run
    Nathaniel Rateliff
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  • Coin Coin Chapter Three: River Run Thee Coin Coin Chapter Three: River Run Thee Quick View

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    Coin Coin Chapter Three: River Run Thee

    "Roberts is carving out her own aesthetic space, startling in its originality and gripping in its historic and social power." - Peter Margasak


    "Primarily interrogating her own sense of identity as an African American woman, Roberts calls upon numerous other voices - from her family's history, her culture's mythology - to create living artifacts of collective cultural memory: simultaneously disorienting and exhilarating in their chaotic multiplicity." - The Quietus


    "Roberts is a major talent." - The Wire


    Matana Roberts is one of the most acclaimed, socio-politically conscious and aesthetically intrepid composers, band leaders, horn players and experimental sound practitioners of the past decade. Her multi-chapter Coin Coin work, which Constellation began documenting in 2011, has placed her at the forefront of stylistic
    innovation and radicalization, transcending jazz - or any other genre boundaries - while confirming the deep substance and soul that guides her compositional agenda. Following the critical accolades that the first two Coin Coin chapters have thus far received, the past year has been marked by further career-defining
    recognition for her body of iconoclastic work: Roberts was a recipient of both the Herb Alpert Award in the Arts and the Doris Duke Impact Award in 2014.


    Roberts has long employed the phrase "panoramic sound quilting" to describe the
    process surrounding her Coin Coin work. The third chapter in her Coin Coin series
    finds Roberts implementing this metaphor most explicitly, constructing a sound art
    tapestry from field recordings, loop and effects pedals, and spoken word recitations,
    alongside her saxophone and singing voices. Coin Coin Chapter Three: river run thee
    could arguably be considered first and foremost a vocal work, and notwithstanding
    its experimental and esoteric structure, a deeply narrative work as well. Not unlike
    2013's Coin Coin Chapter Two: Mississippi Moonchile, the new chapter unfolds as an
    uninterrupted album-length flow, this time in what Roberts calls "a fever dream" of
    sonic material, woven in surrealist fashion. Fragments of traditional song act as the
    main touchstones on the album, with Roberts' singing voice riding atop waves of
    radiophonic texture, layered spoken word and an often dislocated, wandering horn


    Working once again with engineer Radwan Ghazi Moumneh, and returning again to
    Montreal's Hotel2Tango studio (the location for her Chapter One recording in 2010),
    Roberts ran the river run thee tape back multiple times, adding new layers in real
    time, from start to finish (as opposed to calculated, isolated overdubs). The result is
    a visceral audio document that combines structure and improvisation in the fullest
    sense: not just in the playing and performing, but in the very marrow of the work's
    compositional DNA. It is also, for the first time in the Coin Coin cycle, a solo work,
    emerging from a lengthy solitary road trip Roberts took through the American South
    in early 2014, amassing historical and documentary information through interviews,
    site visits and field recordings.


    Coin Coin Chapter Three: river run thee signals yet another highly adventurous and
    socially engaged definition of what Jazz can mean in this day and age, and a
    fascinating extension of the Coin Coin cycle, where rather than surfacing and
    reactivating through the group dynamics of a musical ensemble, history is inhaled
    and exhaled through a solitary practice seeking to evoke and echo its tangled
    thicket of febrile strands.

    1. All Is Written
    2. The Good Book Says
    3. Clothed To The Land, Worn By The Sea
    4. Dreamer Of Dreams
    5. Always Say Your Name
    6. Nema, Nema, Nema
    7. A Single Man O' War
    8. As Years Roll By
    9. This Land Is Yours
    10. Come Away
    11. With Me Seek
    12. J.P.
    Matana Roberts
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    'Til Your River Runs Dry

    Eric Burdon has completed his most personal album to date, titled 'Til Your River Runs Dry. A member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and hailed by Rolling Stone as one of the "100 Greatest Voices of All Time," Burdon has long forged new ground while maintaining a commanding presence in the music marketplace as front man of The Animals, with War at its inception and simply as Eric Burdon. In 2012, Eric's influence is enjoying resurgence with both new artists and superstars.


    The album was produced by Burdon and Tony Braunagel and recorded in New Orleans in 2010 and 2011 in California at Playback Studios in Santa Barbara and at Ultratone Recording in Studio City where Eric recorded his last two albums, My Secret Life and Soul of a Man. The new album was mixed by Ed Cherney and mastered by Doug Sax and Eric Boulanger at The Mastering Lab in Ojai, California.


    Eric discusses the album: When I started out with the Animals I never dreamed that I would grow old, much less be singing on stage at the age of 70," said Eric. "There I was, in my twenties, singing "When I was Young," as if I was already an old man. Now, I can look back at a life with many ups and downs, and thankfully, I can reflect on where I am and where I've been. I'm privileged to be able to look back at the many paths and highways that I've traveled. At this point in my life, I'm very comfortable in this place where I am."

    1. Water
    2. Memorial Day
    3. Devil And Jesus
    4. Wait
    5. Old Habits Die Hard
    6. Bo Diddley Special
    7. In The Ground
    8. 27 Forever
    9. River is Rising
    10. Medicine Man
    11. Invitation to the White House
    12. Before You Accuse Me
    Eric Burdon
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  • You Better Run: The Essential Junior Kimbrough You Better Run: The Essential Junior Kimbrough Quick View

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    You Better Run: The Essential Junior Kimbrough

    You Better Run is a 12-track career spanning collection from the influential Mississippi blues legend Junior Kimbrough. Featuring his cream of the crop material and best known songs in Done Got Old, Meet Me in the City, You Better Run and title track All Night Long, if there's one place for the uninitiated and/or the Kimbrough diehard who wants to take in the entire breadth of the blues icon, this is it!
    1. Release Me
    2. All Night Long
    3. Meet Me In The City
    4. You Better Run
    5. Done Got Old
    6. Sad Days Lonely Nights
    7. Old Black Mattie
    8. Most Things Haven't Worked Out
    9. I'm Leaving You Baby
    10. Keep On Braggin'
    11. Tramp
    12. Nobody But You
    Junior Kimbrough
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  • The Ghosts of Christmas Eve The Ghosts of Christmas Eve Quick View

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    The Ghosts of Christmas Eve

    THE GHOSTS OF CHRISTMAS EVE: These are tracks already familiar to and loved by TSO fans from the 2001 multi-platinum DVD and long running PBS fundraiser of the same name.
    1. O Come All Ye Faithful / O Holy Night (Instrumental) [Remastered]
    2. Good King Joy (Remastered)
    3. Christmas Dreams (Remastered)
    4. Christmas Eve / Sarajevo (Instrumental) [Remastered]
    5. Christmas Canon (Remastered)
    6. What Child Is This? (Remastered)
    7. Music Box Blues (Remastered)
    8. Promises To Keep (Remastered)
    9. This Christmas Day (Remastered)
    10. First Snow (Instrumental) [Remastered]
    Trans-Siberian Orchestra
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  • Austin City Limits 1995 Austin City Limits 1995 Quick View

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    Austin City Limits 1995

    Available here on vinyl for the first time, this superb 1995 performance is testimony to the fact that whatever turmoil the Allmans were going through - and, boy, did this band go through their fair share, and then some - they would never let their performances suffer. In November 1995, The Allman Brothers Band were the headline act for an episode of Austin City Limits, the long running Public Television live music show. Performing an hour long set, largely made up of oldies and classics, they also played - as opener - one of their finest late period songs, the magnificent 'Sailin' Across The Devil's Sea' from the album Where It All Begins.
    LP 1
    1. Sailin' Across The Devil's Sea
    2. Ain't Wastin' Time No More
    3. Ramblin' Man
    4. Midnight Rider
    5. The Same Thing
    6. Blue Sky


    LP 2
    1. Where It All Begins
    2. One Way Out

    The Allman Brothers Band
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    Supersonic Home


    Colored Vinyl


    Supersonic Home, the anticipated debut LP from Pittsburgh's resident musical wunderkinds
    Adventures, is an ambitious blend of powerhouse influences: these ten songs reimagine of the
    best parts of 90's alt-rock and emo and infuse them with the cathartic energy of punk. However,
    Adventures delivers much more than just the sum of these parts. Throughout upbeat anthems like
    opener "Dream Blue Haze" and pensive, melancholic retreats like "Tension and "Long Hair," the
    constant vocal tandem of Reba Meyers and Kimi Hanauer radiates above every infectious poprock
    riffs and the warm, rhythmic backbone of bass and keyboard. No matter what draws you
    in to listen to Adventures, there is something undeniably relatable in these songs about honestly
    dealing with self-doubt, troubled hearts, and the everyday struggle to feel content that will make
    you keep coming back to Supersonic Home.

    1. Dream Blue Haze
    2. Heavenly
    3. Your Sweetness
    4. My Marble Home
    5. Pure
    6. Absolution, Worth Requited
    7. Walk You to Bed
    8. Tension
    9. Long Hair
    10. Supersonic Home
    Adventures
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    Official Release Series Discs 8.5-12 (Box Set)

    Box Set Contains 5 Albums On 6 180-Gram LPs


    Neil Young's Official Release Series continues with the next set of chronological titles to include: Long May You Run (The Stills-Young Band - 1976), American Stars 'N Bars (1977), Comes A Time (1978), Rust Never Sleeps (1979), and Live Rust (1979). Each pressed on 180-gram black vinyl.

    LP 1: Long May You Run (The Stills-Young Band)
    1. Long May You Run
    2. Make Love To You
    3. Midnight on the Bay
    4. Black Coral
    5. Ocean Girl
    6. Let It Shine
    7. 12/8 Blues (All the Same)
    8. Fontainebleau
    9. Guardian Angel


    LP 2: American Stars 'N Bars
    1. The Old Country Waltz
    2. Saddle Up the Palomino
    3. Hey Babe
    4. Hold Back the Tears
    5. Bite The Bullet
    6. Star of Bethlehem
    7. Will to Love
    8. Like a Hurricane
    9. Homegrown


    LP 3: Comes A Time
    1. Goin' Back
    2. Comes a Time
    3. Look Out for My Love
    4. Lotta Love
    5. Peace of Mind
    6. Human Highway
    7. Already One
    8. Field of Opportunity
    9. Motorcycle Mama
    10. Four Strong Winds


    LP 4: Rust Never Sleeps (Neil Young & Crazy Horse)
    1. My My, Hey Hey
    2. Thrasher
    3. Ride My Llama
    4. Pocahontas
    5. Sail Away
    6. Powderfinger
    7. Welfare Mothers
    8. Sedan Delivery
    9. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)


    LP 5: Live Rust (Neil Young & Crazy Horse)
    LP 1
    1. Sugar Mountain (Live)
    2. I Am a Child (Live)
    3. Comes A Time (Live)
    4. After the Gold Rush (Live)
    5. My My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue) [Live]
    6. When You Dance I Can Really Love (Live)
    7. The Loner (Live)
    8. The Needle and the Damage Done (Live)
    9. Lotta Love (Live)
    10. Sedan Delivery (Live)


    LP 2
    1. Powderfinger (Live)
    2. Cortez the Killer (Live)
    3. Cinammon Girl (Live)
    4. Like a Hurricane (Live)
    5. Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) [Live]
    6. Tonight's the Night (Live)

    Neil Young
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    Land of the Crimson Dawn

    The seventh album by this long-running German metal institution is a very special 14-song, 64-minute foray into all this band is capable of, and fans know they run the gamut of all that is special about the power metal sub-genre. 'Land of the Crimson Dawn' is, therefore, their most diverse and compelling album to date. This is the double vinyl edition!
    1. Age of the Phoenix
    2. Rockstars
    3. Crimson Dawn
    4. 66 Warriors
    5. Back Into the Land of Light
    6. Sun in the Dark
    7. Hero on Video
    8. Valley of Kingdom
    9. Killer Gear
    10. Rockin' Radio
    11. Terra Liberty
    12. Eternity
    13. Space Legends
    14. Power and Glory
    Freedom Call
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    OBH-15MK2 MM/MC Phono Pre-Amplifier


    With modern amplifiers expected to cater for so many new source devices, the Phono capability, once very common, is one of those built-in features that has disappeared in recent times. The engineering team at Creek Audio has always loved the benefits of vinyl records and continues to work on technical and sonic improvements to its range of Phono amp options, be it the stand-alone OBH or Wyndsor or plug-in Sequel types. Tasked with designing a replacement for the long running OBH-15, the team came up with some valuable improvements and additional features; surprisingly they made them all fit into the original OBH-sized casework.


    The OBH-15 mk2 has a completely new circuit design, with a discrete transistor MC and integrated circuit MM stage. Unlike its predecessor, the new amp has multiple gain settings and matching capabilities for capacitance and resistance. The signal required by most modern amplifiers is described as being 'LINE' level which is, in technical terms, between 200 and 500 milli-Volts sensitivity with a flat frequency response. Unless your amplifier has a specific 'Phono' or Disc input, the level will be too low to play vinyl and the frequency response will be wrong.


    Creek Audio
    $595.00
    Creek Audio OBH-15Mk2 MM/MC Phono Pre-amp Buy Now
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    Grammy Award winning rock and roll legend Joe Walsh returns with the Fantasy Records/Concord release Analog Man, his first solo album in two decades! Analog Man is both modern and timelessly soulful, packed with Walsh's beloved wit, charm and chops, all encompassed by an incredibly raw and intimate sound.


    Features Walsh's amusing take on the 21st century in the title track and Lucky That Way which boasts a guest appearance by Ringo Starr. The 10-track album was co-produced by Jeff Lynne with Tommy Lee James co-writing some of the songs. It's been 20 years and I have a lot to say, said Walsh. These songs come from the heart.


    Walsh, best known for his powerful guitar lick, joined the Eagles in 1976 and is credited for bringing a harder rock sound to the band with the acclaimed Hotel California, The Long Run and Eagles Live. A singer/songwriter and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Walsh has entertained for more than four decades, not only as a solo artist, but as a part of admired acts like The James Gang and Barnstorm. Fitting to a true Analog Man, the release is pressed on audiophile quality 180g vinyl with a download card.

    1. Analog Man
    2. Wrecking Ball
    3. Lucky That Way
    4. Spanish Dancer
    5. Band Played On
    6. Family
    7. One Day At A Time
    8. Hi-Roller Baby
    9. Funk 50
    10. India
    Joe Walsh
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    When a band finds their audience, it's obvious right away. There's a connection that goes beyond the music, beyond the lyrics, beyond the musicians. It's about capturing a moment together that bonds the audience and the music, and the band that is giving it their all. Louden Swain found their audience when they were first asked to perform at a fan convention for the long running CW television show, Supernatural.


    For the past four years the indie rock foursome has lent their sound to what is a celebration of the show, and the coming together of a community. Each weekend (and there are more than 20 of them a year across the globe) the band serves as the "house band" think what the Roots do on the Tonight Show) and introduces the actors to the stage. Then on Saturday night they put on a two hour concert which encompasses both the and's 20 year history of original music, and guest appearances from fellow Supernatural actors performing songs they have chosen. The result is the Saturday Night Special.


    A show that is about family, emotions, overcoming life's setbacks, and living in the moment. This brand new release features 14 tracks culled from multiple shows between Nov. 2015 and Dec. 2016 and features guest appearances from some of Supernatural's most recognizable faces including Jensen Ackles, Ruth Connel, Kim Rhodes, Brianna Buckmaster, Matt Cohen, Osric Chau, Gil McKinney, and Richard Spreight Jr.

    LP 1
    1. Bandaged Hand
    2. Eskimo
    3. Song 2 (feat. Matt Cohen)
    4. One Way Or Another (feat. Kim Rhodes)
    5. Cool If I Come Over
    6. Lose Yourself (feat. Osric Chau)
    7. Trigger Finger
    8. Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down (feat. Ruth Connell)


    LP 2
    1. Let It Be Me (feat. Gil McKinney)
    2. Stop Draggin' My Heart Around (feat. Brianna Buckmaster)
    3. Fare Thee Well
    4. Whipping Post (feat. Jensen Ackles)
    5. She Waits
    6. Mama's Jam
    7. Medicated

    Louden Swain
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    Can't Slow Down was Lionel Richie's second solo album & was originally released on October 11, 1983. Can't Slow
    Down sold 10 million copies & won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. It features singles, "All Night Long,"
    "Running with the Night," "Hello," "Stuck On You" & "Penny Lover."
    1. Can't Slow Down
    2. All Night Long (All Night)
    3. Penny Lover
    4. Stuck On You
    5. Love Will Find A Way
    6. The Only One
    7. Running With The Night
    8. Hello
    Lionel Richie
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    Papercuts Theater

    Inspired by these singular instances (Grayfolded, The Grateful Dead; Sonic Death, Sonic Youth; In Search of Spaces, Flying Saucer Attack) C. Spencer Yeh, the lone constant of the long-running Burning Star Core project, conceptualized Papercuts Theater: one long piece (broken into four movements) culled from over sixty live performances, spanning years and continents. These formerly disparate relics of time and space now exist as one: a sonic document of the present.
    1. Part I
    2. Part II
    3. Part III
    4. Part IV
    Burning Star Core
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    For as long as they've been a band, teen suicide's catalog has been as alluring as it has been elusive. Now the first time, two of the band's most sought after early EPs, dc snuff film and waste yrself, will be available together across all formats via Run For Cover Records this winter.


    These 18 tracks have been remastered to provide the best sound quality possible while still retaining the noisy, lo-fi sound that is an integral part of the teen suicide's essence. This collection will feature brand new artwork, including never-before seen photos & a lyric sheet for both EPs in one volume.

    1. everything is fine
    2. dont like me
    3. bad news
    4. serfs up
    5. skate witches
    6. 'hi'
    7. oh my god
    8. worthless
    9. swimming
    10. im so fucking bored
    11. lonely boy goes to a rave
    12. benzo
    13. haunt me (x 3)
    14. everything is going to hell
    15. falling in love
    16. salvia plath
    17. doing all the things i used to do with people, part 2
    18. we found two dead swans and filled their bodies with flowers
    19. doing all the things i used to do with people, part 2 (acoustic/rooftop version)
    Teen Suicide
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    Fiddler On The Roof (Original Broadway Cast)


    Cut From The Original Stereo Tapes By Ryan Smith At Sterling Sound


    Legendary 1964 Stereo Recording On 180-Gram Vinyl For The First Time


    Housed In A Stoughton Old Style Tip-on Jacket


    180-Gram Vinyl Pressed And Plated At RTI


    Revival Of Musical Is Currently Playing On Broadway At The Broadway Theatre


    Based on Sholom Aleichem's stories about a poor milkman in late 19th century Russia, and the five daughters for whom he seeks significant weddings, this great musical, which opened at the Imperial Theatre on September 22, 1964, benefited from the portrayal of Zero Mostel as Tevye, and Jerome Robbins' splendid choreography in Boris Aronson's sets inspired by the paintings of Marc Chagall. In the profuse score created by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick, If I Were A Rich Man stands out as the anthem of everyone looking for a better life. Before she became Mame's bosom buddy and a television Golden Girl, Bea Arthur played Yente, the matchmaker; and Maria Karnilova traded her stripper's outfit in Gypsy for the torn dress worn by Golde, Tevye's long-suffering and silent wife. Others who shone in the cast included Julia Migenes as Hodel; Bert Convy as Perchik, the student; Austin Pendleton, as Motel, the tailor; and Leonard Frey, as Mendel, the rabbi's son. Even though several actors (Herschel Bernardi, Luther Adler, Harry Goz, among others) played the milkman during the show's long run of 3,242 performances, Mostel's portrayal remains its supreme incarnation.

    1. Prologue: Tradition
    2. Matchmaker
    3. If I Were a Rich Man
    4. Sabbath Prayer
    5. To Life
    6. Miracle of Miracles
    7. The Dream
    8. Sunrise, Sunset
    9. Wedding Dance
    10. Now I Have Everything
    11. Do You Love Me?
    12. The Rumor
    13. Anatevka
    Various Artists
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    Raising Hell

    Up until Raising Hell, the rap juggernaut we know as Run-DMC was still in its building and breaking-down- doors phase. In 1986 that
    changed, and in a dramatic way. With their third long-player, the group had reached the mountaintop. It was THE record that proved
    hip-hop wasn't a fad.


    Raising Hell marked an important and significant new era for the group. Leaving producer Larry Smith for up-and- coming sonic
    innovator Rick Rubin (still co-produced by Run's brother Russell Simmons), they began to fully transition not only their own sound, but
    the sound of the entire genre. Less live playing - with some exceptions - and a slicker, tighter sonic attack. Musical aesthetics aside,
    though, at their core they stayed true to the essence of hip-hop: two turntables and a microphone, or two.


    It's impossible to talk about the album without its worldwide smash, "Walk This Way," which hit #4 on the Billboard pop charts and saw
    the group digging in the rock crates to summon Aerosmith in the flesh, combining Steven Tyler's and Joe Perry's musicianship with the
    group's own take on the '70s classic. The song's video cemented Run-DMC as legit MTV
    idols, and both groups rode its wave to new heights.


    Beyond "Walk This Way," the platter is full to the hilt with undeniable classic singles: "You Be Illin'"; "It's Tricky"; "Peter Piper" and the
    fashion-world shifting "My Adidas." Each song was new proof that Run-DMC's sound was indeed new, but still familiar, and full of the
    energy, charisma and innovation that drew fans to their first two LPs.


    Aside from the singles, the reason the album stands up so well is the fact that there is virtually no filler. "Proud To Be Black" remains a
    pioneering and underrated cut when people talk about "conscious" hip-hop. And to make sure they never lost the streets that gave them
    their start, "Hit It Run," "Son Of Byford," "Is It Live" and "Perfection" all bring it back to the group's early days in the park.
    Besides the triple platinum status the album achieved, it was more than just a pop smash. It signaled a new era for rap music, and it was
    the no-turning- back point for the entire genre. This was the beginning of what we now call the Golden Era, and it still sounds as fresh
    today as it did three decades ago.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Peter Piper
    2. It's Tricky
    3. My Adidas
    4. Walk This Way
    5. Is It Live
    6. Perfection
    7. Hit It Run
    8. Raising Hell
    9. You Be Illin'
    10. Dumb Girl
    11. Son Of Byford
    12. Proud To Be Black
    RUN DMC
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