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Blue HazeBlue Haze was recorded by Miles Davis in 1953 and 1954 for Prestige Records. The first track, I'll Remember April, is taken from the 1954 session on April 3rd, which made up half of the album Walkin'. The remaining tracks were taken from May 19, 1953, which was with quintet John Lewis, Charles Mingus, Percy Heath and Max Roach and the March 15, 1954 session with quartet including Horace Silver, Heath and Art Blakey.1. I'll Remember April
3. Old Devil Moon
5. Blue Haze
6. When Lights Are Low
7. Tune Up
8. Miles Ahead$21.99Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed Buy Now
Are You Experienced?Ranked 15/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
180 Gram Audiophile LP Pressing
All Analog Mastering From The Original 2-Track Master Tapes By George Marino
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One of the most stunning debuts in rock history, and one of the definitive albums of the psychedelic era. On Are You Experienced?, Jimi Hendrix synthesized various elements of the cutting edge of 1967 rock into music that sounded both futuristic and rooted in the best traditions of rock, blues, pop, and soul. It was his mind-boggling guitar work, of course, that got most of the ink, building upon the experiments of British innovators like Jeff Beck and Pete Townshend to chart new sonic territories in feedback, distortion, and sheer volume. It wouldn't have meant much, however, without his excellent material, whether psychedelic frenzy (Foxey Lady, Manic Depression, Purple Haze), instrumental freak-out jams (Third Stone from the Sun), blues (Hey Joe), or tender, poetic compositions (The Wind Cries Mary) that demonstrated the breadth of his songwriting talents. Not to be underestimated were the contributions of drummer Mitch Mitchell and bassist Noel Redding, who gave the music a rhythmic pulse that fused parts of rock and improvised jazz. Many of these songs are among Hendrix's very finest; it may be true that he would continue to develop at a rapid pace throughout the rest of his brief career, but he would never surpass his first LP in terms of consistently high quality.
- Richie Unterberger (All Music Guide)1. Purple Haze
2. Manic Depression
3. Hey Joe
4. Love Or Confusion
5. May This Be Love
6. I Don't Live Today
7. The Wind Cries Mary
9. Third Stone from the Sun
10. Foxey Lady
11. Are You Experienced$19.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Purple Haze (Awaiting Repress)The second single by the Jimi Hendrix Experience, "Purple Haze" coupled with "51st Anniversary," as it was issued in the UK and Europe, showcases the artistry and mystique of Jimi Hendrix. It beckons us into his psychedelic world just as it did in spring 1967, when it hit the Top Five in the UK between the likes of "Somethin' Stupid" and "A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You" on the charts.
The two sides presented Hendrix's space-age take on blues and pop,establishing a momentum of influence that shows no sign of ever ending. This edition-the third release in a unique, ongoing series that partners Sundazed with Experience Hendrix-issues these recordings together on a 45 RPM single for the first time ever in the US, and features the original monaural mixes plus a color sleeve with rare photographs of Hendrix in the ascent of his career.1. Purple Haze
2. 51st Anniversary$9.997 Vinyl Single - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
The Blue DepthsThe Blue Depths is an album for warm places. A balmy haze habitat for headphone meanderings. A dream world where Neil Young and Jimmy Webb float in the reverb-saturated summer breeze.1. Case Of The Great Irish Elk, The
2. Swan Song Of The Humpback Angler
3. Our Gentle Life Together
4. The Sound Of Lies
5. Secrets Of The Fall
7. Harmless Lover's Discourse
8. Boy In The Yard$14.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Supersonic Home, the anticipated debut LP from Pittsburgh's resident musical wunderkinds
Adventures, is an ambitious blend of powerhouse influences: these ten songs reimagine of the
best parts of 90's alt-rock and emo and infuse them with the cathartic energy of punk. However,
Adventures delivers much more than just the sum of these parts. Throughout upbeat anthems like
opener "Dream Blue Haze" and pensive, melancholic retreats like "Tension and "Long Hair," the
constant vocal tandem of Reba Meyers and Kimi Hanauer radiates above every infectious poprock
riffs and the warm, rhythmic backbone of bass and keyboard. No matter what draws you
in to listen to Adventures, there is something undeniably relatable in these songs about honestly
dealing with self-doubt, troubled hearts, and the everyday struggle to feel content that will make
you keep coming back to Supersonic Home.1. Dream Blue Haze
3. Your Sweetness
4. My Marble Home
6. Absolution, Worth Requited
7. Walk You to Bed
9. Long Hair
10. Supersonic Home$14.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
REDD-SIL-4075xChris Robinson Brotherhood
Barefoot in the HeadThey say the only people who know true freedom are musicians and gangsters, Chris Robinson says with a laugh. And Bob Dylan said to live outside the law you must be honest. We're living in these anxiety-filled times, in an era of 'no truth,' but what our music represents is this truly honest way of communicating with people, and that's a really freeing thing.
If their stellar new album, 'Barefoot In The Head,' is any indication, freedom suits the Chris Robinson Brotherhood well. The band is in the midst of one of their most prolific periods to date, with a slew of studio and live records coming out amidst a rigorous tour schedule that only seems to fuel their fire even further. 'Barefoot In The Head' finds the band pushing boundaries and breaking new ground with more joy and wonder than ever before. The album showcases the continued growth of Robinson's songwriting partnership with his bandmates (guitarist Neal Casal, drummer Tony Leone, keyboardist Adam MacDougall, and bassist Jeff Hill), while reveling in the kind of playful adventurousness that can only come from five artists tuned in to the same sonic wavelength.
The album opens with the Americana funk of Behold The Seer, which sounds like something of a mission statement for the CRB as Robinson sings, If you want to keep your engine humming / Keep your eyes wide ahead and don't look back. On the dreamy She Shares My Blanket, Robinson crafts cinematic scenes from a winter love affair in the mountains, while elegant pedal steel added by special guest Barry Sless on Blonde Light Of Day casts a warm, romantic haze and Blue Star Woman sounds like T-Rex dressed in overalls living on a West Coast commune. Throughout the album, Robinson and the band deftly intertwine country, blues and psychedelia, even channeling freewheeling 60s' folk on Hark The Herald Hermit Speaks, a breakneck stream of consciousness that blurs the lines between fantasy and reality. On the English psych inspired Glow, which Robinson calls one of the most special things I've ever done in the studio, The CRB are joined by the celebrated sarodist Alam Khan (son of the legendary Ali Akbar Khan).
After six years of solid touring with this band, we can still roll into Fayetteville, AR on a Tuesday night and have the most fun of any musical thing I've ever been a part of, says Robinson. We don't have the weight of responsibility or nostalgia, which means we're in the very psychedelic situation of getting to be totally honest and create everything in the moment. That's freedom.1. Behold the Seer
2. She Shares My Blanket
3. Hark, the Herald Hermit Speaks
4. Blonde Light of Morning
5. Dog Eat Sun
6. Blue Star Woman
7. High Is Not the Top
8. If You Had a Heart To Break
10. Good To Know$21.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP 45 RPM - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Big Wheel And OthersBig Wheel and Others is Cass McCombs' seventh-and-a-half album and the follow-up to 2011's pair of
releases WIT'S END and HUMOR RISK.
This behemoth comprises twenty-two songs (or, as they are more often and unfortunately known in the
After Compact Disc-hereafter "ACD" era-tracks). But "double album" is a loaded phrase, right? It implies bloat, prog, and concept. So, let's stick with "songs." Big Wheel and Others is a bundle, a bindle,
a hay bale, and an oil barrel of songs. Some of the genres that are to be found in varying degrees in the songs on this album are: Road songs, rock songs, folk songs, blues songs, country songs, rhythm and
blues songs, skronk non-songs, cinema songs, cult songs, poem songs, jams, and ballads.
It's brimming with Cass's singular gift for evocative storytelling, discerning introspection, and heartrending melody delivered through a haze of mystery and romance - and is his most encompassing
work to date, a bold new chapter in the myth of this fascinating and singular artist.1. Sean I
2. Big Wheel
3. Angel Blood
4. Morning Star
5. The Burning Of The Temple, 2012
7. The Can Be Only One
8. Name Written in Water
9. Joe Murder
10. Everything Has To Be Just-So
11. It Means A Lot To Know You Care
13. Sooner Cheat Death Than Fool Love
14. Satan Is My Toy...
15. Sean II
16. Home On The Range
17. Brighter! (feat. Karen Black)
18. Untitled Spain Song
19. Sean III
20. Honesty Is No Excuse
21. Aeon Of Aqu$21.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
L.A. Witch (Awaiting Repress)First LP Pressing Limited To 1500 Copies On Translucent Pink Colored Vinyl
The name is a partial misnomer. Though the band hails from Los Angeles, they do not partake in any sort of witchcraft. Yet their ability to conjure a specific time and place through their sound does suggest a kind of magic. On their eponymous debut album, L.A. Witch's reverb-drenched guitar jangle and sultry vocals conjure the analog sound of a collector's prized 45 from some short-lived footnote cult band. The melodies forgo the bubblegum pop for a druggy haze that straddles the line between seedy glory and ominous balladry; the production can't afford Phil Spector's wall-of-sound, but the instruments' simple beauty provides an economic grace that renders studio trickery unnecessary; the lyrics seem more descendent of Johnny Cash's first-person morality tales than the vacuous empty gestures of pre-fab pop bands. This isn't music for the masses; it's music for miscreants, burnouts, down-and-out dreamers, and obsessive historians.
Album opener Kill My Baby Tonight is the perfect introduction to the band's marriage of '60s girls-in-the-garage charm and David Lynch's surreal exposÉs of Southern California's underbelly.Sade Sanchez's black velvet vocals disguise the malicious intent of this murder ballad, with the thumping pulse of bassist Irita Pai, the slow-burn build of drummer Ellie English, and Sanchez's Desert guitar twang helping beguile the listener into becoming a willing accomplice to the narrator's crimes. Brian follows the opening track with a similarly graceful, if not somewhat ominous, slow-mo take on a well-worn jukebox 7. It's a vibe that permeates the entire album,from the early psychedelic hue of 13th Floor Elevators on tracks like You Love Nothing, through the motorik beat and fuzzed-out licks of Drive Your Car, to the grittier permutation of Mazzy Star's sleepy beauty on Baby In Blue Jeans.1. Kill My Baby Tonight
4. You Love Nothing
5. Drive Your Car
6. Baby In Blue Jeans
7. Feel Alright
8. Good Guys
9. Get Lost$18.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Say It Like You Mean It180 Gram Blue/Green Haze Vinyl
Limited To 750 Copies
Etched D Side
Not many 17-year-olds could say that they are already living
out their dreams, but for The Starting Line's singer/bass
player, Ken Vasoli, life is one big dream. After signing to
Drive-Thru at the tender age of 16, Ken took night and
summer classes so that he could graduate from High School a
year early. What was supposed to be his senior year of school
turned into every kid's fantasy: ayear of touring, traveling the
country, meeting new people, making new friends,and flying
to the U.K. for the first time to play with label mates and new found friends New Found Glory.
The Starting Line's first release in July 2001 was the 5-song EP With Hopes of Starting
Over, which proved to be more rewarding than the band could
have ever imagined.Twenty-five thousand copies later,TSL is
selling out 300-800 capacity venues across the country on
their first-ever headlining tour.Say It Like You MeanIt, TSL's
debut full-length showcases a more mature style of song writing well beyond their years, without compromising the sense of
untainted youth and freshness. The charm of this band is over-
flowing in the story-style lyrics,the urgency and the sincerity.
The buzz is strong, and is only getting bigger.LP 1
1. Up & Go
2. Given The Chance
4. The Best Of Me
5. A Good Night's Sleep
6. Almost There, Going Nowhere
7. Cheek To Cheek
8. Hello Houston
9. Decisions, Decisions
10. Saddest Girl Story
1. Left Coast Envy
2. The Drama Summer
3. This Ride
4. The Best Of Me (Acoustic)
5. Greg's Last Day$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Buy Now
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In Between (Discontinued) (On Sale)Kanine Records presents, In Between, the sophomore release from San Francisco's Young Prisms and follow-up to their acclaimed 2011 debut Friends For Now. Still a five piece, (albeit a different five) the album captures the highs and the lows of the last year. Born out of a traumatizing Heathrow Airport crisis and the death of a loved one, a strong sense of rejection, loneliness, and despair all play a huge role in the creation of In Between.
However, Its not all doom and gloom and its not like childhood friends Gio Betteo and Matthew Allen didnt see the changes coming (they named their first album Friends For Now). They just didnt expect it all to happen in such a dramatic fashion. Still united with singer Stefanie Hodapp and drummer Jordan Silbert, the Young Prisms welcome a second female vocalist/guitarist in Ashley Thomas.
Its this addition that brings a softer, more melodic touch to their fuzzed out sound. If Friends For Now yields comparisons to My Bloody Valentine and the Jesus and Mary Chain, In Between lends itself more to the Mazzy Star and Slowdive end of the spectrum, and one need not look any further than lead single Four Hours (Away). Its gentle swing and sullen vocal sweep will melt hearts and help pass those cold and dark hours.
To spotlight how the band has made peace with the past year, check out Runner, which will put a bounce in your step, while Dead Flowers has the Young Prisms stepping on their pedals harder than ever. Album opener Floating in Blue will fill your head with swirly dream pop and the guitar-drenched Midnights When pays homage to the innocent 50s inspired lullaby that Mary Chain fans will swoon to both awake and asleep.
Enlisting the production of Monte Vallier (Weekend, Mark Eitzel) and once again as a full five piece, the Prisms sound refreshed and indeed Young again. With Allen having moved outside the city, Betteo and Allen began traveling back and forth in between homes to write this record. The result is a perfect soundtrack to the loneliest road trip down California Highway 1 where the lights dim and flicker as the sun sets on the Pacific while the fog and haze return to the redwood forests and coastal cliffs.1. Floating in Blue
2. Dead Flowers
4. Four Hours (Away)
6. Midnights When
8. Better Days
9. To Touch You
11. Wedding Bells$14.99 $10.49 Save $4.50 (30%)Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
CurrentsFirst Pressing Limited to 1500 on Blue-Green Haze Vinyl
Includes Download Card with WAV Files
The album was self-recorded and self-produced in their home studio in Tyler, TX - the band's first time recording completely independently, which proved to be a rejuvinating and rewarding process.
The new album sees Eisley's signature tapestry of rich harmonies, delicately woven over the band's most intricate instrumentations yet. The relaxed, creative setting also allowed for the band's most collaborative effort to date, seeing more prominent bass and guitar lines than ever before, a song written and sung by lead guitarist Chauntelle DuPree-D'Agostino (her first ever full-song solo lead vocal performance), and guest performances from Merriment and Say Anything's Max Bemis.
"Currents is honestly the first time we've had total and complete free reign over the making of one of our records and it felt so liberating. We were able to dig deeper musically; There are lusher arrangements and more abstract themes. I feel like we really were able to experiment this time in the studio while still enjoying doing what we love which is essentially writing pop songs," explains vocalist/guitarist Sherri DuPree-Bemis.
"I think our fans have always appreciated that Eisley doesn't sound exactly like every other band and I think we've succeeded in taking that element a bit further on this record. We're more confident as a band than we have ever been. I think the people that have always loved the darker, whimsical side of our sound will be very pleased with the songs on this record while the people who have enjoyed what's melodic, simple and sweet about Eisley will be quite pleased as well. The title Currents, to me, is relevant to how we feel as a band at this point in our career. The current is constantly moving and flowing no matter what and that's what we've always done together and plan to keep doing."1. Currents
2. Blue Fish
3. Drink The Water
4. Save My Soul
6. Real World
7. Wicked Child (feat. Merriment)
8. Find Me Here
9. Wonder English
10. Lost Enemies
11. The Night Comes
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Keb' Mo' (On Sale)Numbered Limited Edition 180g LP from Mobile Fidelity
1994 Self-Titled Major-Label Debut a Folk-Blues Classic
Half-Speed Mastered from the Original Master Tapes: Gorgeous Vocal Inflections, Astonishing Acoustic Guitar Lines Possess Incredible Detail
Pure Blues: National Steel Guitar Playing, Raw Harmonica Solos, Soulful Strumming Infuse Originals and Pair of Covers
In an age where most contemporary bluesmen strive to mimic the past and pattern their music after the greats, Keb' Mo' is content to be himself. Original, charismatic, and immensely gifted, the guitarist/vocalist (born Kevin Moore) brings country blues in the late 20th century on his stunning self-titled Epic debut, which quickly climbed the charts and turned the former backing instrumentalist into a household name. Replete with gritty textures, close-up vocals, and resplendent acoustics, Mobile Fidelitys scintillating analog version of this 1994 set finally possesses the fidelity that brings Mos Delta strains out of the backwoods and onto a lively back porch.
Half-speed mastered from the original tapes, this numbered limited-edition 180g LP represents the very first time that Mos watershed album has been given a much-needed sonic facelift. Gone are the hazes that obscured his singing, artificial ceilings that blunted the highs, and digital fog that interfered with the multitude of illuminating tones, details, and notes. Whats revealed is startling intimacy and soothing emotion, Mos gorgeous vocal timbres and inflections given equal space with his guitar, harmonica, and pace. Finally, a great-sounding contemporary blues record that does not resort to derivative recycling and bland revivalism.
The son of Southern parents, Mo' channels his heritage via a batch of superb folksy songs that relax, refresh, and regale. While hes since traveled in a more commercialized pop-oriented direction, Mos initial salvo is nothing but raw, pure blues played with unbridled passion, tremendous conviction, and what is best deemed the essence of heart and soul. Keb' Mo' engages with a compelling mix of tradition and modernity, the headliner refraining from any attempt at assuming an artificial personality and instead basing his reputation on quality songs. As such, Mos material resonates with deep, mellow vibes and extraordinary National steel guitar work, which complements his fluid, acoustic finger-picking and soulful strumming.
Mo' occasionally teams with an ensemble. But this record is mostly all about the basics: guitar, voice, and harmonica. Tunes such as Victims of Comfort and Angelina testify on behalf of his phenomenal country-blues songwriting; his covers of Robert Johnsons Come On In My Kitchen and Kindhearted Woman Blues speak to his reverence for the past. Shuffles, ballads, dance songsMo nails them all.
You owe it to yourself to hear this master musician in the finest possible sound. Every movement on the guitar fretboard, every breath Mo' takes before exhaling words, every crisp and gutsy pluck of the strings they have never possessed more dynamics, detail, or life. Imaging and soundstaging are incredible.
Keb' Mo' remains one of the finest blues albums made in the post-Stevie Ray Vaughan era. Don't miss this American gem that so many have since tried to copy.
This title is not eligible for further discount.1. Every Morning
2. Tell Everybody I Know
3. Love Blues
4. Victims of Comfort
6. Anybody Seen My Girl?
7. She Just Wants to Dance
8. Am I Wrong?
9. Come on in My Kitchen
10. Dirty, Low Down and Bad
11. Don't Try to Explain
12. Kindhearted Woman Blues
13. City Boy$34.99 $31.49 Save $3.50 (10%)180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now