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  • Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album Quick View

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    Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album

    Unknown until 2004 and unheard until now, these recordings by the John Coltrane Quartet are, as Sonny Rollins
    says in the liner notes, "like finding a new room in the Great Pyramid." Featuring the Classic Quartet - John
    Coltrane, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison and Elvin Jones - and recorded at the end of a two-week run at Birdland,
    the music on this album represents one of the most influential groups in music history both performing in a musical
    style it had perfected.
    1. Untitled Original 11383
    2. Nature Boy
    3. Untitled Original 11386
    4. Vilia
    5. Impressions
    6. Slow Blues
    7. One Up, One Down
    John Coltrane
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    Kickin' Child: The Lost Album 1965

    The lost 1965 Columbia album arrives- 52 years later! Here it is on vinyl with all of Dion's blueswailin', folk-blazin', rock n' stormin' monsters, track after track after track. Cut in '65 with producer Tom Wilson on all but three tracks, this album was slated, then shelved, for reasons that come to light in Scott Kempner's illuminating liners. Whoever's got the crown, label it DIMUCCI and express it to Dion, with love. Absolutely ESSENTIAL.
    1. Kickin' Child
    2. Now
    3. My Love
    4. I Can't Help Wonder Where I'm Bound
    5. Wake Up Baby
    6. Time In My Heart For You
    7. Tomorrow Won't Bring the Rain
    8. Baby, I'm in the Mood For You
    9. Two Ton Feather
    10. Knowing I Won't Go Back There
    11. Farewell
    12. All I Want To Do Is Live My Life
    13. You Move Me Babe
    14. It's All Over Now Baby Blue
    15. So Much Younger
    Dion
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    Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album (Deluxe)

    Includes 7 alternate takes of the tracks from the standard edition.


    Unknown until 2004 and unheard until now, these recordings by the John Coltrane Quartet are, as Sonny Rollins
    says in the liner notes, "like finding a new room in the Great Pyramid." Featuring the Classic Quartet - John
    Coltrane, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison and Elvin Jones - and recorded at the end of a two-week run at Birdland,
    the music on this album represents one of the most influential groups in music history both performing in a musical
    style it had perfected.

    LP 1
    1.Untitled Original 11383 [Take 1]
    2.Nature Boy
    3.Untitled Original 11386 [Take 1]
    4.Vilia [Take 3]
    1.Impressions [Take 3]
    2.Slow Blues
    3.One Up, One Down [Take 1]


    LP 2
    1.Vilia [Take 5]
    2.Impressions [Take 1]
    3.Impressions [Take 2]
    4.Impressions [Take 4]
    5.Untitled Original 11386 [Take 2]
    6.Untitled Original 11386 [Take 5]
    7.One Up, One Down [Take 6]

    John Coltrane
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    Lost Channels

    Featuring a homespun blend of acoustic instruments, rural soundscapes and wistful vocals, the Great Lake Swimmers album Lost Channels was released in 2009 to critical acclaim. Great Lake Swimmers Lost Channels Deluxe Vinyl is a limited edition, gatefold, 180g vinyl release with an additional Live 7 (featuring 2 unreleased tracks Put There By The Land and Concrete Heart) plus an album download card featuring the bonus track Its Too Late.
    1. Palmistry
    2. Everything Is Moving So Fast
    3. Pulling On A Line
    4. Concrete Heart
    5. She Comes To Me In Dreams
    6. The Chorus In The Underground
    7. Singer Castle Bells
    8. Stealing Tomorrow
    9. Still
    10. New Light
    11. Rivers Edge
    12. Uni son Falling Into Harmony
    Great Lake Swimmers
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    Lost Time

    "Lost time is not found again." This ancient idiom is at the heart of brothers Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin's long, tumultuous relationship. However, in Dave's own words, "Some-times Fate, or God or the Universe, gives you a rare chance to prove an old saying is wrong."


    The brothers' new album, appropriately titled Lost Time, does just that. Over Lost Time's twelve tracks, Dave and Phil pay homage to a number of artists and songs that had an early, formative influence, in Dave's words "the masters of the Blues, the most transcendental form of American music." Everyone from Lead Belly to James Brown is represented, but the figure who looms largest on the album, and in the brothers' own musical journey, is Big Joe Turner.

    1. Mister Kicks
    2. World's In a Bad Condition
    3. Cherry Red Blues
    4. Rattlesnakin' Daddy
    5. Hide and Seek
    6. Papas On The House Top
    7. In New Orleans (Rising Sun Blues)
    8. Please Please Please
    9. Sit Down Baby
    10. Wee Baby Blues
    11. Feeling Happy
    12. If You See My Savior
    Dave Alvin
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    Lost Loves


    Splatter Colored Vinyl


    Collection Of B-Sides And Unreleased Track From Their Last Three Albums


    Minus The Bear will release their latest LP, Lost Loves, via Dangerbird Records. The seasoned Seattle, WA five piece will embark upon a
    club tour this fall in support of the new album as well as the 10th anniversary re-release of their fan favorite EP, They Make Beer Commercials Like This.
    For a band that routinely sells out 1000+ cap venues across the country, the small rooms scheduled for the coming dates will provide an intimate setting
    for fans to experience the new album. Joining Minus The Bear on the road at various points are O'Brother, Young Widows, and Mansions, and on
    September 20th they perform at the Sunset Strip Music Festival's main stage.


    The follow up to Infinity Overhead, which reached #31 on the Billboard 200 as Minus The Bear's highest charting album to date, Lost Loves lives up to its
    title quite literally as a collection of hard to let go songs pulled from the band's past seven odd years of writing, recording and releasing records. Inevitably
    some of your favorite songs are going to be cut in the necessity of creating the right sequence for that particular time, says bassist Cory Murchy.
    Regardless of the reason they weren't included, it wasn't for lack of love and appreciation of the songs themselves. Somewhat by chance the black
    sheep that didn't quite fit in with Planet of Ice, OMNI, and Infinity Overhead coalesce among their once regretfully forsaken peers. Perhaps it's because
    they didn't make the past albums that they fit so seamlessly together, muses Murchy.


    That each song was out of place on more conceptual releases is a harbinger of what to expect from Lost Loves as a collection of compositions that
    channel the essential essence of Minus The Bear's songwriting. Over the years the band has made a name for itself creating music as ear-catching as it
    is resonant with fans of guitar athletics and progressive structures, wrote Consequence of Sound, and Lost Loves more than delivers on that promise. As
    the band began metaphorically reaching out to the ones that got away from past sessions, additional recording and vocals were completed for select
    tracks. As a whole, says Murchy, this collection of songs offers as strong a package as any other album we've put together.

    1. Electric Rainbow
    2. Surf N Turf
    3. Broken China
    4. Walk On Air
    5. Patiently Waiting
    6. Cat Calls & Ill Means
    7. Invented Memory
    8. South Side Life
    9. Your Private Sky
    10. The Lucky Ones
    Minus The Bear
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    Lost Time

    Greg Fox (Guardian Alien, Liturgy, Zs) and Kid Millions (Man Forever, Oneida, People of the North) each approach their drums with a spiritual reverence. Together, they test the boundaries of rhythmic interplay through subtle and ecstatic means. They are often highlights of the groups they're respectively known for, Liturgy and Oneida, while concurrently leading cutting-edge ensembles and collaborating with some of the most innovative musicians of our time. Explorative by nature, each drummer is constantly challenging themselves and setting new musical goals, and it is these qualities that have made them in demand not only in New York, but through out the world. Lost Time is their first collaborative album, sparked by a mutual admiration and cemented by a deep and abiding friendship that has grown over the past five years. Improvisation is a language, and this album is a dialogue between two skilled musicians whose hunger to cover new musical ground binds them together. Their friendship is not only an essential foundation for, but also a key ingredient of, this display of improvisational and compositional mastery Lost Time is comprised of two long pieces that represent opposite ends of a musical spectrum, one blasting and one meditative. "Telegy/Time Lapse" is an astounding array of rhythm and noise, with Fox and Millions using their amplified heartbeats as the backdrop for percussive mayhem. Both musicians are maniacal, playing frantic but precise patterns bolstered by synthesizer loops and bursts of noise programmed by Fox. The incorporation of their heartbeats, the synchronization of their internal and external rhythms, was inspired by Fox's mentor and legendary free-jazz drummer Milford Graves. "Post Encounter Effect" exists in a space of relative calm, its complexity less conspicuous but no less profound. Fox and Millions play a slow and steady pattern that phases in and out of sync like a slow-motion Reich composition throughout the piece's 20 minute run-time. Perhaps most surprising is the emphasis on non-percussive instruments, guitars, keyboard, and even trumpet, that provide a tonal base drone and further the rhythmic exchange significantly.
    1. Telegy/Time Lapse
    2. Post Encounter Effect
    Fox Milions Duo
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    Lost Time

    It's been 12 years since the initial release of what would be the very last album by the late Minneapolis based
    12 Rods.


    Aptly titled, Lost Time, this last epic perfectly defines and captures how great this band was and how
    truly ahead of their time its members were. Not only that but for its city, a city fueled on such great
    music, both 12 Rods and this record have gone down as one of Minneapolis' finest.


    When musicians that I know gather, sit and talk about the greats, Ryan Olcott always comes up. It's
    very hard to try and calculate how deep Olcott's genius goes, when at the time, it felt as if the music
    12 Rods was making was in fact from the future. There is the 'Pop' music that is defined by paid-toplay
    radio, and the corporate avenues of selling music as a product instead of a
    natural commodity. But then there is the 'Pop' music that seems handed down, majestically, true,
    whole and unifying. There's little music and even fewer complete albums that live up to such 'Pop'
    majesty. Lost Time is one.


    At the time of its release, 12 Rods was in its final form, which included Ryan Olcott and his brilliant
    brother/engineer/producer Ev Olcott, sought after bassist Bill Shaw, and one of the best living
    drummers in the world today, Dave King. Lost Time was 12 Rods fifth studio album but their first
    after being dropped from the deathly heights of mainstream music's claws.


    The band was signed by V2 records in the late '90s and were poised to be the next big 'Rock'
    band. And so when you think back to 2002, the year Lost Time was released, or even two years prior
    when 12 Rods released its fourth studio album, the Todd Rungren-produced, V2-
    botched Separation Anxieties, you must consider the landscape of 'Rock' music. Like, the popular
    bands that were on MTV. Lit was one of those hugely popular rock bands that wrote catchy
    songs about putting hearts in zip-lock bags and had a logo identical to Miller Lite with just the e
    taken off. Though, regardless of aesthetic choices, this goes to show the disparity between what 12
    Rods actually was and what the industry wanted them to be. It's not that they openly defied their
    calling. No, it's just that the music was simply too advanced to be contained in the industries 'Rock
    'n Roll' zip-lock.


    Lost Time is one of my most listened to albums of all time. It's one of the only records I know of that
    is so full of hooks, yet never feels recycled or fake; it's just so fucking enjoyable from stem to
    stern. And now with its first ever vinyl pressing, I hope that this album can be as much a companion
    to you as it has for me. Solo listen, party listen, how can it be both? It just is.


    With this reissue, it means that Lost Time won't be lost at all - that great things always make their way
    through, even if it takes a decade.


    - Justin Vernon

    1. Universal Time
    2. Fake Magic 8-Ball
    3. Twenty Four Hours Ago
    4. One Thing Does Not Belong
    5. Boy In The Woods
    6. Summertime Vertigo
    7. Accidents Waiting To Happen
    8. Terrible Hands
    9. The Time Is Right (To Be Wrong)
    10. Lost/Found
    11. Telephone Holiday
    12 Rods
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    Stay Lost

    The Athens, GA and Nashville, TN four-piece
    White Violet returns with their sophomore effort Stay Lost.
    A more upbeat sequel to the band's dreamy and dark debut
    Hiding, Mingling, the new record was tracked at Mitch
    Easter's legendary Fidelitorium Recordings in Kernersville,
    NC, with master engineer Scott Solter (Centro-Matic,
    Spoon, Superchunk).


    What sets Stay Lost apart from previous releases is that this
    is not the sole brainchild of singer/songwriter Nate Nelson.
    The eleven new songs find a finely honed, battle-worn lineup
    collectively exploring the wide-open soundscapes that once
    belonged to Nelson alone. More upbeat, the album soars
    aloft ethereal guitars, airtight melodies, and eccentric and
    galvanizing rhythms.

    1. Weighs
    2. Stay Lost
    3. Fernandina
    4. All That I've Become
    5. Grow Tall
    6. Topical
    7. The Alarmist
    8. Mystery
    9. Calendar
    10. Autumn Grove
    11. Thankfully
    White Violet
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    Lost Highway

    The album influences the band's rock sound with that of country music following the success of a country version of the band's 2006 single Who Says You Can't Go Home, a duet with Jennifer Nettles, which reached No. 1 on the U.S. country chart in May 2006. Following the success had with the duet version of Who Says You Can't Go Home, there are two songs on the album produced in collaboration with other artists, namely We Got It Going On featuring Big & Rich and Till We Ain't Strangers Anymore featuring LeAnn Rimes.


    Described by Jon Bon Jovi as a Bon Jovi album influenced by Nashville, the album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, becoming Bon Jovi's first ever album to debut at No. 1 and their third album to reach that position in United States. The album was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album at the 2008 Grammy Awards.

    1. Lost Highway
    2. Summertime
    3. (You Want To) Make A Memory
    4. Whole Lot Of Leaving
    5. We Got It Going On
    6. Any Other Day
    7. Seat Next To You
    8. Everybody's Broken
    9. Til We Ain't Strangers Anymore
    10. The Last Night
    11. One Step Closer
    12. I Love This Town
    Bon Jovi
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    Get Lost

    The Magnetic Fields' classic 1994 full-length contains thirteen songs from the worst year of Stephin Merrit's life and it happens to be one of the best selling records in the Merge catalog. Remastered and re-sequenced by Merritt himself on 180g vinyl. Includes coupon for MP3 download of entire album in its new sequence.


    First time available on vinyl in the U.S.! Look for other Magnetic Fields titles in the Merge Vinyl reissue series coming next year!

    1. With Whom To Dance?
    2. Smoke and Mirrors
    3. All The Umbrellas In London
    4. Why I Cry
    5. Save A Secret For The Moon
    6. Don't Look Away
    7. Love Is Lighter Than Air
    8. Famous
    9. The Desperate Things You Made me Do
    10. You And me And The Moon
    11. When You're Old and Lonely
    12. The Village In the Morning
    13. The Dreaming Moon
    Magnetic Fields
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    Lost Voice

    Import


    Toni Harper's two original albums Toni (1956) and Lady Lonely (1959).


    Toni Harper's childhood was made of the magic any aspiring adult artist would kill for: a platinum record, a performance at Carnegie Hall, evenings spent sharing a stage with such performers as Cab Calloway, and invitations to appear on television with Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, Milton Berle, and Ed Sullivan. And all of the magic unfolded before she'd turned 12 years old.

    The jazz vocalist, who now goes by the name Toni Dunlap, got her big break in 1945 when she went up against a couple hundred other kids at an audition held by choreographer Nick Castle. Harper, who had been a dance student of Maceo Anderson, passed muster as far as her dancing, but when she sang Waitin' for the Train to Come In, she had the audition sewn up on the spot. Castle cast her in his production of Christmas Follies, which was staged at Los Angeles' Wilshire Ebell Theatre. Harper drew enthusiastic reviews and went on to earn a platinum record when she was eight years old with Candy Store Blues.


    Harper paired with Herb Jeffries for You're Too Tall 'n' I'm Too Small, the number for which she later paired live with Calloway at Los Angeles' Million Dollar Theatre. Television beckoned the young singer and she was a guest on numerous programs, among them Sullivan's weekly variety show. When she wasn't appearing on television, she was singing at numerous New York hot spots that included the Apollo, the Strand, and the Paramount. At the age of 11, Harper topped it all off by singing at Carnegie Hall.


    Like many child stars, Harper's career slowed down as she began to mature. As a teenager, she was too old for the childhood image that had given her a great start, but too young to effectively take on a more adult image. She attended high school in Los Angeles, involving herself in such extracurricular activities as drama, choir, and the glee club. She continued to take professional singing jobs during the school's summer break. Having completed high school in the mid-'50s, and still hampered by her youth, she sang for the teenaged record-buying public. For a young woman of her age, One Hamburger to Go was more acceptable in the public eye than any of the more sophisticated songs that she would record in later years, such as Love for Sale.


    The vocalist got her chance to sing the more adult songs when she recorded for Verve. In addition to Love for Sale, Harper recorded such songs as I Could Write a Book and Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered. Backing Harper on her self-titled first recording for Verve were pianist Oscar Peterson, drummer Alvin Stoller, guitarist Herb Ellis, and bassist Ray Brown. The vocalist later signed with RCA Victor, recording for the label for about four years and ending in 1963. Harper quit the business in 1966 after devoting more than 20 years to her singing career.


    - Linda Seida (All Music Guide)

    LP 1 - Toni:
    1. Can't We Be Friends
    2. I Could Write A Book
    3. Gone With The Wind
    4. Singin' In The Rain
    5. Love For Sale
    6. Just A Sittin' And A-Rockin'
    7. A Foggy Day
    8. You Don't Know Love Is
    9. Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered
    10. Little Girl Blue
    11. You Took Advantage Of Me
    12. Like Someone In Love


    LP 2 - Lady Lonely:
    1. Lady Lonely
    2. In The Dark Of The Night
    3. He Was A Man
    4. My Heart Is A Lonely Hunter
    5. The Lack Of Love
    6. Blue It Grows
    7. I Love The Blues
    8. You Taught Me How To Cry
    9. The Velvet Hammer
    10. The Other Woman
    11. Nobody Home But The Blues
    12. Busy Blues
    13. Love Has Come, Love Has Gone
    14. River Weep

    Toni Harper
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    Lost Highway Soundtrack

    Lost Highway is the soundtrack album for the 1997 David Lynch film of the same name. It was produced by Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails), and includes original music from the film recorded by Reznor, Angelo Badalamenti and Barry Adamson, as well as songs by other artists used in the film. The album reached No. 7 on the Billboard 200 and reached Gold status in the United States.
    LP 1
    1. David Bowie - I'm Deranged (Edit)
    2. Trent Reznor - Videodrones; Questions
    3. Nine Inch Nails - The Perfect Drug
    4. Angelo Badalamenti- Red Bats With Teeth
    5. Angelo Badalamenti - Haunting & Heartbreaking
    6 The Smashing Pumpkins - Eye
    7. Angelo Badalamenti - Dub Driving
    8. Barry Adamson - Mr. Eddy's Theme 1
    9. Lou Reed - This Magic Moment
    10. Barry Adamson - Mr. Eddy's Theme 2
    11. Angelo Badalamenti - Fred & Renee Make Love
    12. Marilyn Manson - Apple of Sodom


    LP 2
    1. Antonio Carlos Jobim - Insensatez
    2. Barry Adamson - Something Wicked This Way Comes (Edit)
    3. Marilyn Manson - I Put A Spell On You
    4. Angelo Badalamenti - Fats Revisited
    5. Angelo Badalamenti - Fred's World
    6. Rammstein - Rammstein (Edit)
    7. Barry Adamson - Hollywood Sunset
    8. Rammstein - Heirate Mich(Edit)
    9. Angelo Badalamenti - Police
    10. Trent Reznor - Driver Down
    11. David Bowie - I'm Deranged (Reprise)

    Various Artists
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    Lost To The Living


    Clear Vinyl


    Available on vinyl for the first time ever! Lost to the Living is the title of the third full-length album by Daylight Dies and was originally released by Candlelight Records in 2008.

    1. Cathedral
    2. A Portrait In White
    3. A Subtle Violence
    4. And A Slow Surrender
    5. Descending
    6. At A Loss
    7. Woke Up Lost
    8. Last Alone
    9. The Morning Light
    Daylight Dies
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    Lost Themes Remixed

    John Carpenter has inspired countless musicians since his earliest minimal, synth-based film scores. The themes to his features like Assault on Precinct 13, Halloween, and Escape from New York have remained instantly recognizable since he penned them nearly four decades ago. In February 2015, Sacred Bones released his first solo record of non-soundtrack music, Lost Themes, to overwhelming critical success. The Horror Master proved that not only could he perfectly score his own films - he could also score the movies in your mind. Eight pivotal contemporary electronic artists were moved to reshape the original songs on Lost Themes in tribute to one the genre's great pioneers. Several of the remixes were released as part of the digital deluxe edition of the album, but Lost Themes Remixed marks the first time any of the tracks have been on vinyl.
    1. Purgatory (Prurient Remix)
    2. Night (Zola Jesus & Dean Hurley Remix)
    3. Wraith (ohGr Remix)
    4. Vortex (Silent Servant Remix)
    5. Vortex (Uniform Remix)
    6. Fallen (Blanck Mass Remix)
    7. Abyss (JG Thirlwell Remix)
    8. Fallen (Bill Kouligas Remix)
    John Carpenter
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    Lost And Gone Forever

    Guster will release Lost and Gone Forever, their third studio album on vinyl for the
    first time. Included in PASTE magazine's 90 Best Albums of the 1990s, Lost and
    Gone Forever is Guster's best selling album to date and was recently performed
    live in its entirety to sold out crowds in Los Angeles and San Francisco last year.


    The album includes single "Fa Fa" which the band previously performed on the
    Late Show with David Letterman.


    Since forming at Tufts University in the early 90s, Guster has become one of the
    leading indie/alternative bands, releasing seven critically acclaimed albums in 25
    years, starting with Parachute in 1995.


    The latest album Evermotion (released on their own Ocho Mule label through Nettwerk Records) debuted at #1 on the
    Independent Record Label Current Albums chart, #2 on the Current Alternative
    Albums chart and #3 on the Top Rock Albums chart.

    1. What You Wish For
    2. Barrel Of A Gun
    3. Either Way
    4. Fa Fa
    5. I Spy
    6. Center of Attention
    7. All The Way Up To Heaven
    8. Happier
    9. So Long
    10. Two Points For Honesty
    11. Rainy Day
    Guster
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    Lost and Found

    World Circuit Records is set to release Buena Vista Social Club's Lost and Found. Coming almost two decades after the release of the original Grammy-winning, self-titled LP, the new album is a collection of previously unreleased tracks--some of which were recorded during the original album's sessions in Havana and others from the years that followed.


    The studio tracks on Lost and Found were recorded at the 1996 Egrem studio sessions in Havana and during a period of rich and prolific creativity stretching into the early 2000s following the recording of the original album. Lost and Found also features live recordings from the world tours of Buena Vista's legendary veterans.


    "Over the years we were often asked what unreleased material was left in the vaults," says World Circuit's Nick Gold. "We knew of some gems, favorites amongst the musicians, but we were always too busy working on the next project to go back and see what else we had. When we eventually found the time, we were astonished at how much wonderful music there was."

    1. Bruca Manugua
    2. Macusa
    3. Tiene Sabor
    4. Bodas De Oro
    5. Black Chicken 37
    6. Habanera
    7. Como Fue
    8. Guajira En F
    9. QuiÉreme Mucho
    10. Pedacito De Papel
    11. Mami Me Gustó
    12. Lágrimas Negras
    13. Como Siente Yo
    14. RubÉn Sings
    Buena Vista Social Club
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    Loved Wild Lost

    Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers' much-anticipated sophomore album is titled Loved Wild Lost. The band teamed with producer Brian Deck (Iron & Wine, Modest Mouse, Josh Ritter) on Loved Wild Lost and it's their first time working with an outside collaborator. The result is their most compelling collection of songs to date. The richly layered sound forms the ideal foundation for Bluhm's soaring vocals and increasingly powerful songcraft. Further color comes from San Francisco's Magik*Magik Orchestra (Death Cab for Cutie, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, The Walkmen), whose complex arrangements serve to amplify the indelibly universal themes of Loved Wild Lost.


    "Loved Wild Lost is a sincere and sophisticated collection of songs steeped in tradition, but of its own time," says Nicki Bluhm. "After three solid years of playing as a band across the country, we have had time to learn, reflect and grow. This album displays a departure into the deeper and more contemplative themes of people in transition and the struggle to retain the energy and optimism of youth as life becomes more complex."


    "The longer something moves away from its inception point, the more it takes on a life and a narrative of its own," adds Nicki's husband and the band's musical director, Tim Bluhm. "In these songs, I think you can clearly hear that happening; idealism and optimism losing control to the forces of inertia and a life of constant traveling. Happiness becomes an intention and love becomes a long-term study of oneself and of one another."

    1. Only Always
    2. Waiting on Love
    3. Heartache
    4. Queen of the Rodeo
    5. Mr. Saturday Night
    6. Love Your Loved Ones
    7. Heart Gets Tough
    8. Simpler Times
    9. Me and Slim
    10. High Neck Lace
    11. Heavy Hey Ya
    Nicki Bluhm And The Gramblers
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    Lost In Transition

    Originally born out of lazy days that Chuck (singer of the Mad Caddies) and Todd (original drummer for the Mad Caddies) spent jamming together for fun, Ellwood organically matured into a full-fledged band with the addition of friends Dustin (Cherry Poppin' Daddies) on keys and Graham on bass.


    The result of this collaboration is Lost In Transition, a nine song album that could aptly be described as a soundtrack to the long, slow, carefree days of the California summer. The synergy amongst the band members is palpable, as each track flows with a natural effortless and seamless harmony.


    Lost In Transition takes the most flavorful bits of the Mad Caddies often frenetic sound and hones them into a fluid brand of reggae that immediately entrances the listener. It's a refreshingly honest album with no agenda other than to be exactly what it is: the product of four friends/musicians riding a groove and imparting their own unique perspective on the reggae/ska genre.

    1. The Deal

    2. Walking Away
    3. Sunshine Garden
    4. There She Is
    5. Mag Girl
    6. Amsterdam Ray
    7. Dancin' Girl
    8. Wrong Night
    9. Don't Look Back
    Ellwood
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    Offerings: Lost Songs 2000-2004

    This year Gravenhurst celebrates a decade of work on Warp Records with the reissue of two classic albums, Flashlight Seasons and Black Holes In The Sand, and an additional new album: Offerings: Lost Songs 2000 - 2004, a compilation of unreleased material from that period. 2004's Flashlight Seasons quickly earned Gravenhurst a devoted fan base, consistently strong support from the music press, and cemented Nick Talbot's reputation as a unique talent, and one of the most original British singer-songwriter and producers of his generation. Black Holes In The Sand, a noisier and more overtly lo-fi record of dark pastoral psychedelia firmly established an enduring Gravenhurst aesthetic: enigmatic lyrics, ghostly vocals and virtuoso finger-picked guitars against a backdrop of cinematic, shape-shifting, semi-conscious sonic textures; subliminal transmissions from the surrounding landscape. These two records established Gravenhurst as a place; a place of revenants. Plotting a journey from the unquiet graves of the unjustly accused, through the dark temptations of the city to the ancient rituals of the forest, Gravenhurst is a musical treasure map of sigils and coded clues, where the very earth itself has a message to convey. Offerings: Lost Songs 2000-2004 is a collection of previously unheard recordings quickly deemed worthy of an exclusive release. Alongside eight previously unheard songs are two early demos that differ from album versions in intriguing ways and the result is a carefully selected and coherent collection.
    1. The Citizen
    2. Entertainment (demo)
    3. The Diver (demo)
    4. Who Put Bella In The Wych Elm?
    5. Gas Mask Days
    6. Romance
    7. For Erin
    8. Abilene/Still Water outro
    9. Offerings
    10. Return To Stapleton Road
    Gravenhurst
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    Lost In Alphaville

    Lost In Alphaville is the long awaited and highly anticipated follow-up to The Rentals' landmark albums Return of the Rentals and
    Seven More Minutes.


    When listening to Lost In Alphaville for the first time, one can't
    help but be stoked by the perfect amalgamation of the sonic
    components: the dense wall of Slegr's punishing guitars, the
    primal smack of Carney's drums, Sharp's driving, distorted
    bass and thick buzz of saturated Moog synthesizers -- all
    tempered by Laessig's and Wolfe's beautifully lush voices and
    Chipman's elegant string arrangements serving as an extremely
    rich foundation for the layers and layers of Sharp's detached,
    voyeuristically breathy vocals.


    Sharp created a wall of sound so dense and powerful with
    arrangements that several songs on the album exceed 200
    individually recorded tracks. During this process of arranging,
    Sharp would slip into what he described as "euphoric, psychedelic
    daydreams." Sharp says, "If you can't whip yourself up into a state
    of full-blown rapture while you're creating, I don't really see the
    point of making music."


    Lost In Alphaville is a true sonic achievement, The Rentals' best
    album by a mile, a blissfully righteous storm of broken-up guitars,
    buzz-saw synthesizers, brutally, barbaric rhythms which crumble
    and crackle against a wash of strings, male and female voices-all
    blending into 10 perfectly formed pop songs. Not only have The
    Rentals completely surpassed their first two albums, but Sharp
    just might be putting forward the best work of his entire career.

    1. It's Time To Come Home
    2. Traces Of Our Tears
    3. Stardust
    4. 1000 Seasons
    5. Damaris
    6. Irrational Things
    7. Thought Of Sound
    8. Song Of Remembering
    9. Seven Years
    10. The Future
    The Rentals
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    Lost In The Dream

    Lost In The Dream is the third album by Philadelphia band The War on Drugs,but in many ways,it feels
    like the first. Around the release of the 2011 breakthrough Slave Ambient,Adam Granduciel spent the
    bulk of two years on the road, touring through progressively larger rock clubs, festival stages and late night television slots. As these dozen songs shifted and grew beyond what they'd been in the studio, The War on Drugs became a bona fide rock 'n'roll band.


    That essence drives Lost In The Dream, a 10-song set produced by Granduciel and longtime engineer Jeff
    Zeigler. In the past, Granduciel built the core of songs largely by himself. But these tunes were played
    and recorded by the group that had solidified so much on the road: Dave Hartley, (his favorite bassist
    in the world), who had played a bit on The War on Drugs' 2008 debut Wagonwheel Blues, and pianist
    Robbie Bennett, a multi-instrumentalist who contributed to Slave Ambient. This unit spent eight
    months bouncing between a half-dozen different studios that stretched from the mountains of North
    Carolina to the boroughs of New York City. Only then did Granduciel-the proudly self-professed
    gearhead, and unrepentant perfectionist-add and subtract, invite guests and retrofit pieces. He
    sculpted these songs into a musical rescue mission, through and then beyond personal despair and
    anxiety. Lost In The Dream represents the trials of the trip and the triumphs of its destination.


    "I wanted there to be a singular voice, but I wanted it to be a project of great friends. Everyone in the
    band cares about it so much,"he says."That is the crux of it-growing up,dealing with life,having close
    friends, helping each other get by. That is what the record's all about.


    As such, these tunes reveal a careful and thrilling reinvention of the sound that's become The War on
    Drugs' trademark. The signature meld of long tones and scatter shot layers still stands, with phantom
    drum machines and organ lines dotting the musical middle distance all across Lost In The Dream.Note
    the way the keys whisper against the guitar's growl as the tempestuous"An Ocean in Between the Waves"
    approaches pentecostal heat. Hear how,when a sharp and hard riff cuts into the inescapable chorus of
    "Red Eyes," synthetic strings and baritone saxophone shape a soft, infinite bed beneath it. But there's a
    new found directness to these tunes, too. Granduciel's voice steps out from behind its typical web of
    effects-louder now, with more experiences to share and more steel from having survived them. He
    sounds less like a prismatic reflection of a rock bandleader, more like the emboldened actualization of
    that idea. With its crisp, unencumbered delivery, "Eyes to the Wind" becomes the album's centerpiece
    and the group's new anthem.This is Granduciel's to-date triumph and the exact moment where Lost In
    The Dream moves from a tale of confusion to one of resolve. Throughout most of the record, grips
    loosen and senses fail, memories are mourned and expectations are abandoned. But after the Rolling
    Thunder lift of "Eyes to the Wind," Granduciel finds new contentment and direction. Anguish
    sublimates into deliverance. Backed by his bros, Granduciel becomes a preacher in a new pulpit.

    1. Under The Pressure
    2. Red Eyes
    3. Suffering
    4. An Ocean In Between The Waves
    5. Disappearing
    6. Eyes To The Wind
    7. The Haunting Idle
    8. Burning
    9. Lost In The Dream
    10. In Reverse
    The War On Drugs
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    All Is Lost OST

    All Is Lost Original Motion Picture Soundtrack features ten original, compelling, poignant compositions and one new song written, composed and produced by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros' Alexander Ebert. This new body of work is the first solo work since Ebert released his heralded solo album Alexander in March 2011 which sold over 37,000 albums and 66,000 downloads.
    1. Excelsior
    2. All Is Lost
    3. Virginia's Dream
    4. The Infinite Bleed
    5. The Invisible Man
    6. Pulse of the Weight
    7. Dance of the Lilies
    8. The Instincts of Boredom
    9. Somewhere in the Midnight of Summer
    10. Excelsior and the All Day Man
    11. Amen
    Alexander Ebert
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    Lost & Found

    The album is Smith's first to be released on Interscope Records after several releases with Columbia. It is also his first studio album since Born to Reign. Released in early 2005, the album features the hit single Switch. Guest artists on the album include Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, Ludacris and long-time partner DJ Jazzy Jeff. The title comes from how he felt he was lost since he's put rap primarily on hold to do films, and found because he's back again. The album cover features Smith with a street sign saying West Philly & Hollywood in reference to his Philadelphia roots and current Hollywood life as a superstar. The album is consistent in its critiques of the perceived state of hip hop, and the album has gained some notoriety because of a track entitled Mr. Nice Guy, in which he takes slight shots at those who have criticized him in the past, namely Wendy Williams, Larry Elder, and Eminem.
    LP 1 - Side One

     


    1. Here He Comes

    2. Party Starter

    3. Switch

    4. Mr. Niceguy


    Side Two


    1. Ms. Holy Roller

    2. Lost & Found

    3. Tell Me Why

    4. I Wish I Made That / Swagga


    LP2 - Side One


    1. Pump Ya Brakes

    2. If U Can't Dance (Slide)

    3. Could U Love Me

    4. Loretta


    Side Two


    1. Wave Em Off

    2. Scary Story

    3. Switch ...R&B Remix

    4. Switch (Reggae Remix) (Hidden Track)

    Will Smith
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