Stripped-Back, Unobtrusive 1967 Album a Mellow Return to Dylan’s Roots and Harbinger of Country Rock: Ranked #301 on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time List
Hear the Musical Cousin to Dylan and The Band’s The Basement Tapes in Extraordinary Fidelity: Mastered on Mobile Fidelity’s World-Renowned Mastering System
The Most Cohesive and Accessible Album of Richard Thompson’s Career: Brilliantly Diverse, Savagely Witty Rumor and Sigh Includes All TIME 100 Song “1952 Vincent Black Lightning”
Mastered from the Original Master Tapes, Pressed at RTI, and Strictly Limited to 3000 Numbered Copies: Rumor and Sigh on 180g Vinyl 2LP for the First Time, Features Dynamic Production
1965’s Bringing It All Back Home Blows Up Boundaries, Styles, Practicalities: Bob Dylan Pairs With a Band on Side One, Goes It Alone on Astonishing “Thought Dream” Odysseys on Side Two
Wider Grooves, Superior Sound, Original Mono Mix, Meticulously Mastered: Strictly Limited to 3,000 Copies, Mobile Fidelity’s 45RPM Mono Vinyl 2LP Set the Last Word in Analog Sonics
Realizing a career-long ambition, The Residents finally explore The Blues! Having been turned on to the music of lost bluesman Alvin Snow,
The only album to be completed by the Seattle-based supergroup Mad Season, Above has achieved mythic status among hard rock aficionados. This expanded double 12″ vinyl edition includes the original album in its entirety as well as three songs from the band’s unfinished second album with newly recorded vocals by Mark Lanegan, a previously unreleased instrumental “Interlude,” and a remixed version of Mad Season’s cover of John Lennon’s “I Don’t Wanna Be A Soldier”.
Side 1 1 Sting Me 2 Remedy 3 Thorn In My Pride 4 Bad Luck Blue Eyes Goodbye 5 Sometimes Salvation Side
A1 1 21st Century Schizoid Man (instrumental, trio version) 2 I Talk to the Wind (studio run through) 3 Epitaph (alt instrumental
A1 1 Walk on: No Pussyfooting 2 Larks’ Tongues in Aspic, Part two 3 Lament 4 Exiles B1 1 Improv: Asbury Park
The first-ever official release of The White Stripes Peel Sessions on 2 stuffed-to-the-brim discs. Capturing Jack and Meg at the precipice of international renown in the hubbub of “White Blood Cells,” their two live sessions with famed BBC DJ John Peel are arguably the best document of the White Stripes at that time. Having been widely bootlegged since their initial broadcast in 2001, these recordings are enjoying their first authorized release in celebration of their 15 year anniversary.
JACK WHITE ACOUSTIC RECORDINGS 1998-2016 collects 26 acoustic songs from throughout White’s wide-ranging musical career, spanning album tracks, B-sides, remixes, alternate versions, and previously unreleased tracks.
recorded live in 1984