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  • One Year One Year Quick View

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    One Year

    One Year the debut solo album from Colin Blunstone, lead singer of legendary psych/pop group The Zombies, was originally released in 1971. Produced by fellow Zombies Rod Argent and Chris White, One Year is classic Baroque pop with lush string arrangements and Argent's unique keyboard sound. Features the hit Say You Don't Mind, a number of Blunstone originals and a beautiful cover of Tim Hardin's Misty Roses.
    1. She Loves The Way They Love Her
    2. Misty Roses
    3. Smokey Day
    4. Caroline Goodbye
    5. Though You Are Far Away
    6. Mary Won't You Warm My Bed
    7. Her Song
    8. I Can't Live Without You
    9. Let Me Come Closer To You
    10. Say You Don't Mind

    Colin Blunstone
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  • Long Lost Tapes 1970 Long Lost Tapes 1970 Quick View

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    Long Lost Tapes 1970

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    While remaining largely unknown to the general public, Peter Walker was something of a legend along the Boston-New York folk axis of the 1960s, releasing a few celebrated albums for Vanguard during this period. Playing with various folk luminaries like Fred Neil, Joan Baez, Tim Hardin and Karen Dalton, and studying Spanish flamenco and Indian classical guitar with none other than Ravi Shankar, Walker was both a true student of his instrument and a pioneer, using not only acoustic guitar, but, as can be heard on this album, also electric. Recorded in 1970 at Levon Helm's (The Band) house in Woodstock, with the likes of legendary Detroit drummer Maruga Booker and tabla god Badal Roy, this is an essential release for fans.

    Side A:


    1. Meditation Blues
    2. Camel Ride
    3. City Pulse


    Side B:


    1. Missing You
    2. 102nd Psalm
    3. Mellowtime

    Peter Walker
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • I'll Take Care Of You I'll Take Care Of You Quick View

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    I'll Take Care Of You

    I'll Take Care of You, Lanegan's fourth solo effort, consists entirely of cover songs with interpretation of songs from a wide variety of songwriters, including Tim Rose, Tim Hardin, Booker T. Jones, and Buck Owens. Prior to this LP version, I'll Take Care of You was only available on vinyl via a long-out-of-print European run, and in the One Way Street box set.
    1. Carry Home
    2. I'll Take Care Of You
    3. Shiloh Town
    4. Creeping Coastline Of Lights
    5. Badi-da
    6. Consider Me
    7. Play
    8. On Jesus' Program
    9. Little Sadie
    10. Together Again
    11. Shanty Man's Life
    12. Boogie Boogie
    Mark Lanegan
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  • Earth Music (Mono) Earth Music (Mono) Quick View

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    Earth Music (Mono)

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    The Youngbloods' sophomore release Earth Music is an uncommonly solid follow-up, expanding upon the musical directions introduced on their debut LP. The infectious Sugar Babe (also featured in Michelangelo Antonioni's film Zabriskie Point) is one of the group's most popular tunes, while such numbers as All My Dreams Blue, Dreamer's Dream, and Fool Me demonstrate the strength of the band members' songwriting skills and customized covers of Tim Hardin's Reason to Believe, the Holy Modal Rounders' Euphoria and Chuck Berry's Monkey Business demonstrate the Youngbloods' talent for seamlessly integrating a broad array of influences.

    1. Euphoria
    2. All My Dreams Blue
    3. Too Much Monkey Business
    4. Dreamer's Dream
    5. Sugar Babe
    6. Long And Tall
    7. I Can Tell
    8. Don't Play Games
    9. The Wine Song
    10. Fool Me
    11. Reason To Believe
    The Youngbloods
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    Scott

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    No one could deny Scott Walker is an unpredictable artist. Once the lead singer for the Walker Brothers (famous for their string laden Sixties defining hits Make It Easy On Yourself and The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore) he released his first solo album Scott in 1967. Eschewing all Pop trends at the time, Walker stepped it up a notch, crooning with a nod to Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and chansonnier Jacques Brel. A pretty bold move indeed, in a time when Pop music sounded psychedelic, bare and up-tempo.


    His philosophical lyrics are accompanied by lavishly orchestrated tracks making Scott a wildly interesting listen. His approach paid off: the album reached the Top 3 in Great Britain and was the first in a string of very successful solo albums. One of the songs on this album (The Lady Came from Baltimore) was written by Tim Hardin, whose Bird On A Wire is released on March 4.

    1. Mathilde
    2. Montague Terrace (In Blue)
    3. Angelica
    4. The Lady Came From Baltimore
    5. When Joanna Loved Me
    6. My Death
    7. The Big Hurt
    8. Such A Small Love
    9. You're Gonna Hear From Me
    10. Through A Long And Sleepless Night
    11. Always Coming Back To You
    12. Amsterdam
    Scott Walker
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  • Every Picture Tells A Story Every Picture Tells A Story Quick View

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    Every Picture Tells A Story

    Without greatly altering his approach, Rod Stewart perfected his blend of hard rock, folk, and blues on his masterpiece, Every Picture Tells a Story. Marginally a harder-rocking album than Gasoline Alley -- the Faces blister on the Temptations cover (I Know I'm) Losing You, and the acoustic title track goes into hyper-drive with Mick Waller's primitive drumming -- the great triumph of Every Picture Tells a Story lies in its content. Every song on the album, whether it's a cover or original, is a gem, combining to form a romantic, earthy portrait of a young man joyously celebrating his young life. Of course, Maggie May -- the ornate, ringing ode about a seduction from an older woman -- is the centerpiece, but each song, whether it's the devilishly witty title track or the unbearably poignant Mandolin Wind, has the same appeal. And the covers, including definitive readings of Bob Dylan's Tomorrow Is Such a Long Time and Tim Hardin's Reason to Believe, as well as a rollicking That's All Right, are equally terrific, bringing new dimension to the songs. It's a beautiful album, one that has the timeless qualities of the best folk, yet one that rocks harder than most pop music -- few rock albums are quite this powerful or this rich.

    - Stephen Thomas Erlewine (All Music)
    1. Every Picture Tells a Story
    2. Seems Like a Long Time
    3. That's All Right
    4. Amazing Grace
    5. Tomorrow Is a Long Time
    6. Henry
    7. Maggie May
    8. Mandolin Wind
    9. (I Know) I'm Losing You
    10. Reason to Believe
    Rod Stewart
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  • Labor Against Waste Labor Against Waste Quick View

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    Labor Against Waste

    "What a real self contained, modern day troubadour looks and sounds like. A voice to be reckoned with in the years to come." - American Songwriter There is a fearless quality to the music of new ANTI- signing Christopher Paul Stelling. A voice that sounds both old and young, an effortless yet intricate finger-picking guitar style, and lyrics that are dramatic and intensely confessional. It's a sound that channels the restless spirit of a young man who left home to travel the country, writing haunting and impassioned songs formed by endless nights alone on stage with a guitar, playing to packed houses, other times to nearly empty rooms. Stelling estimates that he's played over four hundred shows in just the past three years. It places him within a longstanding tradition that serves to build both character and vision. Labor Against Waste features Stelling's astonishing guitar work, a melodic finger-picking style influenced in large part by blues legends such as Skip James and Mississippi John, masters like John Fahey, and banjo greats Dock Boggs and Roscoe Holcomb. On top of this soars Stelling's voice, a resonant baritone that calls to mind classic troubadours from Tim Hardin to Steve Earle. Accompanied by an ensemble of stomps, claps, french horn, flugelhorn, kettle drums, string quartet, and a chorus comprised of members from the Low Anthem, in whose studio Stelling recorded the album, Labor Against Waste is the opening statement in what should be a long and storied career.
    1.Warm Enemy

    2. Revenge -
    3. Scarecrow
    4. Castle -
    5. Horse
    6. Death Of Influence
    7. Dear Beast
    8. Hard Work
    9. Burial Shroud
    10. Too Far North
    Christopher Paul Stelling
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  • All Kinds Of You All Kinds Of You Quick View

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    All Kinds Of You

    Ryley Walker is a 24 year-old singer/songwriter and guitarist from Chicago. His debut album All Kinds Of You, will be released worldwide via Tompkins
    Square in 2014. Having kicked around Chicago's experimental free/noise music scene for several years, Ryley recently turned to a folk-rock sound inspired by some of
    his heroes, among them Tim Hardin, Tim Buckley, and Bert Jansch. The result is a poised and accomplished debut album, recorded in Chicago by
    Cooper Crain (guitarist/keyboardist in Cave).


    The West Wind, Ryley's debut 3 song 12 EP released in November, features The West Wind from the forthcoming album, and two B sides: A Home
    For Me and Sweet Little Betsy (w/Daniel Bachman). The piece received praise from UNCUT, NPR, BBC, Rolling Stone and many other outlets.


    With the charming swagger of jazz-folk troubadour Tim Buckley and the resonant, full picking style of Bert Jansch, 'The West Wind' comes from Walker's
    first widely available release, a three-song 12. With acoustic guitar in hand and a voice like browned butter, Walker swings and sways in a lush string-and-piano arrangement right out of Buckley's 'Starsailor'; it slowly picks up to a swirling gallop without bucking the rhythm. - NPR Music

    1. The West Wind
    2. Blessings
    3. Twin Oaks Pt. 1
    4. Great River Road
    5. Clear The Sky
    6. Twin Oaks Pt. 2
    7. Fonda
    8. On The Rise
    9. Tanglewood Spaces
    Ryley Walker
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  • Cowboy Worship EP Cowboy Worship EP Quick View

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    Cowboy Worship EP

    Amen Dunes' Love took close to a year and a half, 16 musicians, and five different
    studios to complete. It was a song cycle that required broad experimentation before
    it was clear what was essential underneath the surface. In that process, much
    of the sound that might have made it onto the album was lost. There was just too
    much to say for one record.


    Cowboy Worship is an attempt to give life to some of the music that didn't make
    it past the scalpel. From a blown-out version of "Green Eyes" featuring Harvey
    Milk's Stephen Tanner, to a darker and mellower "I Can't Dig It" as Damon
    McMahon originally arranged it upon writing the song in China, many of the
    original intentions for the music that were lost in the Love sessions are revived. In
    addition is a band version of Through Donkey Jaw's "Lezzy Head," featuring Dunes
    mainstays Jordi Wheeler and Parker Kindred, and most significantly, a shining
    cover of This Mortal Coil's interpretation of the Tim Buckley classic, "Song to
    the Siren," featuring Ben Greenberg (Hubble) on guitar.


    Tim Buckley, along with several other singers, from Elvis Presley to Marvin
    Gaye to Tim Hardin, were the beacons that guided the making of Love. McMahon's
    cover of "Song to the Siren" is an homage to the spirit that directed those
    original sessions.


    One description that seemed to work for Love was that it was an album of devotional
    music, and even more specifically, a type of devotional music McMahon
    called cowboy worship.


    Cowboy worship as a concept certainly did not begin with Love, but instead Love
    began with cowboy worship, was born from it, and in turn added a new link to
    the chain.

    1. I Know Myself (Montreal)
    2. Song to the Siren
    3. I Can't Dig It (China Street Blues)
    4. Green Eyes (Music Blues)
    5. Lezzy Head (Burial)
    6. Love (Montreal)
    Amen Dunes
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