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As one of acoustic music's most influential innovators, John Fahey has influenced musicians from many genres. This is the vinyl version of the release on which a who's who of indie rock artists pay their respect to the guitar-extraordinaire. Produced by M. Ward, here on double-LP 45 RPM Tortoise-shell colored vinyl.
Fruit Bats--"Death of The Clayton Peacock", Pelt--"Sunflower River Blues", Sufjan Stevens--"Variation on 'Commemorative Transfiguration and Communion at Magruder Park'", Devendra Banhart--"Sligo River Blues", Calexico--"Dance of Death", Lee Ranaldo--"The Singin Bridge of Memphis, Tennessee (Brooklyn Bridge Version: The Coel)", M. Ward--"Bean Vine Blues No.2", Cul De Sac--"The Portland Cement Factory at Monolith, CA", Jason Lytle--"Dance of the Inhabitants of the Palace of King Phillip XIV of Spain", Immergluck, Kaphan, Krummenach & Hanes--"Joe Kirby Blues", Currituck Co.--"Medley: John Hurt Shiva Shankarah", Peter Case--"When The Catfish Is In Bloom", Howe Gelb--"My Grandfather's Clock"
Coheed and Cambria have distinguished themselves as among the most gifted storytellers in rock. While the most conceptually abstruse Coheed records have always had a foundation in reality,The Color Before the Sunmarks the first time Sanchez is exposing his raw feelings, narrated from his own perspective. His own story is told through big, bright, driving, colorful songs that beam like power-pop, crunch like vintage '90s emocore and float with the expansive feel of space-rock.
2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Poverty's Paradise. This album won the Best Rap Album Grammy at the 1996 Grammys, which was a new category that year. Anniversary edition comes on double 180g colored vinyl, with a bous 7” single.
1. “Intro (Skit)” 2. “Poverty's Paradise” 3. “Clap Yo Hands” 4. “City of CI-Lo” 5. “Hang Out and Hustle (feat. Road Dawgs & Cruddy Click)” 6. “It's Workin (feat. Rottin Razkals)” 7. “Holdin Fort 8. Chain Remains” 9. “Feel Me Flow” 10. “Craziest” 11. “Radio (Skit)” 12. “Sunshine” 13. “Webber Skit (feat. Chris Webber)” 14. “Respect Due” 15. “World Go Round” 16. “Klickow - Klickow (feat. Rottin Razkals, Cruddy Click & Road Dawgs)” 17. “Double (Skit)” 18. “Slang Bang” 19. “Shout Out (feat. Gordon Chambers)” 20. “Outro” 21. “Connections”
The 1992 debut solo record from Grand Puba of Brand Nubian is remastered and comes to double colored vinyl for RSD Black Friday.
“Check Tha Resume”, “360°(What Goes Around)”, “That's How We Move It”, “Check It Out”, “Big Kids Don't Play”, “Honey Don't Front”, “Lickshot”, “Ya Know How It Goes”, “Reel To Reel”, “Soul Controller”, “Proper Education”, “Back It Up”, “Baby What's Your Name?”, “360° (What Goes Around) (SD50 Remix)”, “Who Makes The Loot?”
Isle of Dogs tells the story of Atari Kobayashi, 12-year-old ward to corrupt Mayor Kobayashi. When, by Executive Decree, all the canine pets of Megasaki City are exiled to a vast garbage-dump, Atari sets off alone in a miniature Junior-Turbo Prop and flies to Trash Island in search of his bodyguard-dog, Spots.
Isle of Dogs (Original Soundtrack) includes Academy Award-winning composer Alexandre Desplat’s original score, compositions from acclaimed Japanese films Seven Samurai and Drunken Angel, The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band’s brand of American psychedelia, and The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra’s eccentric euphonies.
“I Won’t Hurt You” originally appeared as a B-side on the debut 1966 single by Los Angeles-based psychedelic group The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band. The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra’s 1952 single “Midnight Sleighride” incorporates piccolo, xylophone, triangle, chanting, and, of course, sleigh bells. Japanese composer Fumio Hayasaka worked with legendary filmmaker Akira Kurosawa on many projects, including Seven Samurai (1954). Isle of Dogs (Original Soundtrack) includes a composition from Seven Samurai, performed here by the Toho Symphony Orchestra, as a cinematic nod to Kurosawa’s work.
Recorded between March and July of 1968 at Olympic Sound Studios in London, mixed at Sunset Sound in Los Angeles, Beggars Banquet was the first Stones album produced by Jimmy Miller, and marks the start of what is considered their most prolific album era. Opening with the iconic hit “Sympathy For The Devil,” the album features many of The Stones’ most memorable tracks, including “Street Fighting Man,” “No Expectations,” and “Parachute Woman”. Beggars Banquet (50th Anniversary Edition) is housed in an overwrap of the “inoffensive” wedding invitation art, which was initially issued as a replacement cover when the original intended album art was rejected. The landmark album has been newly mastered by Grammy Award winning engineer Bob Ludwig and will be available on all formats.