-THE UNISSUED 1967 SOLO ACOUSTIC SESSIONS- / Remastered from the original analogue tapes and acetate, this is the first/ever posthumous release that reveals a wealth of previously unreleased and unheard tracks from Tim at the peak of his career. So much has been written about Tim Buckley, but so little of it by people who actually knew him. The included booklet, however, includes a detailed interview with both his lyricist Larry Beckett and Jerry Yester, providing real insight on how these recordings came to be and attempting to uncover the man behind all the myths, the real Tim Buckley.
Remastered from the original tapes ] Features seven unreleased tracks ] Liner notes include excerpts from unpublished memoirs ] Rare ephemera from Dickinson archives ] Expanded 2xLP housed in a deluxe gatefold Stoughton @tip/on@ jacket @People like Stan Phillips thought I was scary, that I was over the top / but I could play rock-n-roll.@ / Jim Dickinson The late Jim Dickinson is one of the most eclectic personages rock n-roll has ever thrown up> a musical maverick.Such is the case with Dixie Fried, his solo debut from 1972. Unsuccessful upon release, the record now is now a cult item that, for many, mirrors the delic... + INFO
Apostolic was many things> a label, a collective, a state of mind even. But before all of that, it was a recording studio set up by New Yorker John Townley. It attracted likeminded souls such as Frank Zappa, whose Mothers Of Invention recorded several landmark LP-s at Apostolic. But the greatest example of the output of this artistic community was the sprawling double LP -The Family Of Apostolic-. A utopian album, inspired by global cultures, with material ranging from Pakistani folk songs to Scottish traditional music and Chinese opera. The album was made by a cast of 19, bonded by a desire to create @primitive perfo... + INFO
Back in stock! collects all of Lee Moses' non/album singles and B-sides, plus three never-released tracks together for the first time ever. Most of the material here pre/dates 1971's Time and Place, reflecting his initial bid for stardom via a series of now-legendary 45s recorded with Atlanta producer Johnny Brantley. As for the unreleased recordings - much like the man himself, little is known about them. What remains is an oeuvre that has become synonymous with raw and emotionally charged Southern soul. Essential listening for anyone with a heart.
Terry Reid-s 1973 LP -River- is an under/the/radar but deeply loved album. -The Other Side Of The River-, here on vinyl, features all previously unreleased material from the -River- sessions, including six never/before/heard Reid compositions and five very different alternate takes of tracks from -River-.Fact is that the entire -River- album was recorded twice> once with British producer Eddy Offord and again with the legendary Tom Dowd. The sessions captured Reid-s free/associative mix of folk, blues, rock, jazz, bossa/nova, soul and samba, recalling at times Tim Buckley and Van Morrison, while featuring some remarka... + INFO