Record Store Day 2018
The first release of new Alarm material since 2013 comes in the form of this Where The Two Rivers Meet EP, which is being released exclusively on RSD 2018. Featuring eight tracks (five exclusive to the EP), almost 40 mins of new music, as a prelude to an album scheduled for May 2018. Also featuring a special guest appearance from The Cult guitarist Billy Duffy. The EP reflects Alarm tradition with the use of both Electric & Acoustic sides.
Side A (Electric Side) 1. Two Rivers 2. Transatlantic 3. Blood Red Viral Black 4. The White Count
Side B (Acoustic Side) 1. Armageddon In The Morning 2. Thirteen Dead Reindeers 3. Crowd Trouble 4. Year One
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Dickey Betts may not have had the name but he was a co-founder and the ongoing heart and soul of the Allman Brothers. With the deaths of Duane and then Gregg, Dickey slipped into semi-retirement. This show was recorded in August, 1978 with his back-up band, Great Southern, at the Lone Star Roadhouse in New York City and simulcast on WLIR on Long Island. Dickey Betts and Great Southern riffed on some of the Allman Bros. best known hits: "Blue Sky", "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed", "Jessica", Statesboro Blues", "One Way Out", "Southbound" and other gems. Dickey is backed by Warren Haynes- guitar/vocals, Johnny Neel- keyboard/vocals, Matt Abts- percussion and Marty Privette- bass. Special appearances by Rick Derringer, Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor. It was just announced that Dickey was embarking on his first tour in some time, touring with his son Duane sharing lead guitar..
Disc 1: Blue Sky, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed, Duane's Tune, Jessica
Disc 2: Statesboro Blues, One Way Out, Rock 'n Roll Hoochie Coo, Spoonful, Southbound
Recorded in Portland at the Lavender Compound in 2004 using castoff Casio keyboards and various kid's musical gear, Blitzen Trapper created this collection of quirky off-kilter kid's tunes, the subject matter ranging from bike riding, to a kid who has trouble spelling, to that special feeling you get when your folks have gotten you a new pair of shoes!
1. New Shoes 2. The Honeybear 3. Something In The Stars 4. I Got A Notion 5. Spelling Bee
This previously unreleased 3LP was recorded live at Earls Court, London on the 30th June and 1st July, 1978 by Tony Visconti. It was mixed by David and David Richards at Mountain Studios, Montreux from 17th ľ 22nd January, 1979. The newly designed trifold sleeve features imagery by photographers Sukita and Chris Walter.
Brothers Osborne will release their sophomore album on April 20. This special Record Store Day version of the new album from the CMA and ACM Duo of the Year will be translucent Green and will include a FREE T-Shirt with purchase. Fans will receive a FREE t-shirt by going to a special website that has been set-up and putting their information in to receive the shirt. This shirt is Exclusive for Record Store Day only and will be available for a limited time (through 7/20/18).
Side A: 1 Slow Your Roll, 2 Shoot Me Straight, 3 I Don't Remember Me (Before You), 4 Weed, Whiskey And Willie, 5 Tequila Again
Side B: 1 A Couple Wrongs Makin' It Alright, 2 Pushing Up Daisies (Love Alive), 3 Drank Like Hank, 4 A Little Bit Trouble. 5 While You Still Can
In a cramped club on the lower east side of Manhattan, armed with only an electric guitar, Jeff Buckley stunned audiences with his mysterious, emotionally uncompromising live sets, packed with eclectic covers and his own originals. The four-track Live at Sin-e EP, released in 1993 was his debut release for Columbia Records; here it's expanded as a numbered, limited edition in a deluxe hard-shell slipcase housing four individually designed LP jackets and an eight page, full color booklet of photos and liner notes. Live versions of favorites like "Grace", "Last Goodbye" and Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" appear here on vinyl for the first time.
Side A 1. Be Your Husband [Live] 2. Lover, You Should've Come Over [Live] 3. Mojo Pin [Live] 4. Monologue - Duane Eddy, Songs for Lovers [Live]
Side B 5. Grace [Live] 6. Monologue - Reverb, The Doors [Live] 7. Strange Fruit [Live] 8. Night Flight [Live]
Side C 9. If You Knew [Live] 10. Monologue - Fabulous Time for a Guinness [Live] 11. Unforgiven (Last Goodbye) [Live] 12. The Twelfth of Never [Live] 13. Monologue - Cafe Days [Live]
Side D 14. Monologue - Eternal Life [Live] 15. Eternal Life [Live] 16. Just Like a Woman [Live] 17. Monologue - False Start, Apology, Miles Davis [Live] 18. Calling You [Live]
Side E 19. Monologue - Nusrat, He's My Elvis [Live] 20. Yeh Jo Halka Saroor Hae [Live] 21. Monologue - I'm a Ridiculous Person [Live] 22. If You See Her, Say Hello [Live]
Side F 23. Monologue - Matt Dillon, Hollies, Classic Rock Radio [Live] 24. Dink's Song [Live] 25. Monologue - Musical Chairs [Live] 26. Drown In My Own Tears [Live] 27. Monologue - The Suckiest Water [Live]
Side G 28. The Way Young Lovers Do [Live] 29. Monologue - Walk Through Walls [Live] 30. Je N'en Connais Pas La Fin [Live] 31. I Shall Be Released [Live]
Side H 32. Sweet Thing [Live] 33. Monologue - Good Night Bill [Live] 34. Hallelujah [Live]
The fourth LP from Boston-based '90s alt rock heroes originally released in 1993. Features lavish production from the Robb brothers and massive, infectious melodies throughout. First-ever US pressing on RED vinyl.
1. "Sodajerk" 2. "I'm Allowed" 3. "Tree House" 4. "Would Not Be Denied" 5. "Latest Monkey" 6. "My Responsibility" 7. "Dry Land" 8. "Torch Singer" 9. "Late at Night" 10. "Suppose" 11. "Anything That Way"
John Carter Cash has been producing music for the past 25 years, but has written his own music his whole life. Working out of The Cash Cabin Studio, John Carter’s creative center, "We Must Believe In Magic" is a collection of 17 songs recorded over the course of the last ten years. On this album, there comes together an assort-ed and wondrous host of musical guests, from some of the most recorded Nashville session players ever, to visionary recording artists from the bluegrass, rock, and country music world. For the most part, the music is original, some co-written with a number of master songwriters, including Bill Miller, Shawn Camp, and Wesley Orbison. Much of the production is sparse and simple, focusing on the song and the individual instrumentalist. But John Carter certainly holds no limit or containment around his creative energy, and this double-album is certainly diverse and presents an unparalleled epic journey.
Track Listing 1) We Must Believe In Magic 2)Feel Like Going Home 3) Brave Young Man 4) Dragon Song 5) Runaway Train 6) Prayers for St. Regis 7) The Dungeon 8) Heaven's Song 9) Holy Train 10) Dance With Me 11) Awake Sweet Dreamer 12) Jayne Hill 13) Hurt 14) Let The Lower Lights Be Burning 15) Paradise 16) Poor Boy And The Captain's Daughter 17) Into The Blue
The Casket Lottery are an indie band from from Kansas, Missouri. They started as a mellower outlet for Stacey Hilt and Nathan Ellis, who both played in legendary Kansas metal act Coalesce. Originally active from 1997-2004, over the course of multiple split 7”s, EPs, and three full lengths, The Casket Lottery became a genre defining band for late 90’s midwestern emo
3 LP Box Set includes The Casket Lottery’s widely acclaimed, and long out of print first three LP’s, Choose Bronze, Moving Mountains, and Survival Is For Cowards, available on limited color vinyl for the first time in seventeen years.
Casket Lottery - Choose Bronze LP
2. Deepset and Longlashed
3. Trust Nolan
6. Ever Since Sulfur
7. One Trick Pony
8. Everyone Here Is Wrong
9. The Matter
10. For When I’m Missing
11. New Years Eve
12. Home Is….
Casket Lottery - Moving Mountains LP
1. A Dead Dear
2. Rip Van Winkle
3. Vista Point
4. Jealousy On Tap
5. A Thousand Oaks (Away From Home)
6. Ancient Injury
7. Stolen Honda
8. Keep Searching
9. Optimist Honor Role
Casket Lottery - Survival Is For Cowards LP
1. Code Red
2. What I Built Last Night
3. The Bridge
4. For Apples
6. Getting By
7. Since You
9. Leaving Town
10. Heaven Help Me
Happy Days is the third full-length album by English alternative rock band Catherine Wheel, released in 1995. Like its predecessor, Chrome, it was produced by Gil Norton, and the influences of heavy metal and hard rock are prevalent on this album; however, the band does retain some elements of the shoegazing style that dominated their previous albums, particularly on the songs "Heal" and "Eat My Dust You Insensitive Fuck".
1."God Inside My Head" – 3:52 2."Waydown" – 3:14 3."Little Muscle" – 3:04 4."Heal" – 6:13 5."Empty Head" – 3:12 6."Receive" – 3:35 7."My Exhibition" – 2:27 8."Eat My Dust You Insensitive Fuck" – 8:06 9."Shocking" – 3:58 10."Love Tips Up" – 3:55 11."Judy Staring at the Sun" – 3:56 12."Hole" – 3:49 13."Fizzy Love" – 3:34 14."Glitter" – 4:10 (exclusive to vinyl edition)
15."Kill My Soul" – 5:10