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  • Live Rust Live Rust Quick View

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    Live Rust

    Mere months passed between the release of Neil Young's mid-career milestone Rust Never Sleeps and this 1979 tour recording, which documents a late-'78 San Francisco performance. Indeed, Live Rust boasts four songs from the album that gave it its name. It's also sequenced in the same spirit as its studio sibling. As with Rust Never Sleeps, Live Rust opens with steady-flowing acoustic numbers before swirling into an electric vortex. What was side 4 off the original two-record version--Like a Hurricane, Hey, Hey, My, My, and Tonight's the Night--is arguably Young and Crazy Horse at their peak as a live unit, with all due respect to 1991's estimable Weld and 1997's desultory Year of the Horse. Few rock bands rank with Young and his stalwart electric trio, and Live Rust presents them in all their raging glory. -Steven Stolder
    LP 1
    1. Sugar Mountain (Live)
    2. I Am a Child (Live)
    3. Comes A Time (Live)
    4. After the Gold Rush (Live)
    5. My My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue) [Live]
    6. When You Dance I Can Really Love (Live)
    7. The Loner (Live)
    8. The Needle and the Damage Done (Live)
    9. Lotta Love (Live)
    10. Sedan Delivery (Live)


    LP 2
    1. Powderfinger (Live)
    2. Cortez the Killer (Live)
    3. Cinammon Girl (Live)
    4. Like a Hurricane (Live)
    5. Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) [Live]
    6. Tonight's the Night (Live)

    Neil Young & Crazy Horse
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  • Official Release Series Discs 8.5-12 (Box Set) Official Release Series Discs 8.5-12 (Box Set) Quick View

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    Official Release Series Discs 8.5-12 (Box Set)

    Box Set Contains 5 Albums On 6 180-Gram LPs


    Neil Young's Official Release Series continues with the next set of chronological titles to include: Long May You Run (The Stills-Young Band - 1976), American Stars 'N Bars (1977), Comes A Time (1978), Rust Never Sleeps (1979), and Live Rust (1979). Each pressed on 180-gram black vinyl.

    LP 1: Long May You Run (The Stills-Young Band)
    1. Long May You Run
    2. Make Love To You
    3. Midnight on the Bay
    4. Black Coral
    5. Ocean Girl
    6. Let It Shine
    7. 12/8 Blues (All the Same)
    8. Fontainebleau
    9. Guardian Angel


    LP 2: American Stars 'N Bars
    1. The Old Country Waltz
    2. Saddle Up the Palomino
    3. Hey Babe
    4. Hold Back the Tears
    5. Bite The Bullet
    6. Star of Bethlehem
    7. Will to Love
    8. Like a Hurricane
    9. Homegrown


    LP 3: Comes A Time
    1. Goin' Back
    2. Comes a Time
    3. Look Out for My Love
    4. Lotta Love
    5. Peace of Mind
    6. Human Highway
    7. Already One
    8. Field of Opportunity
    9. Motorcycle Mama
    10. Four Strong Winds


    LP 4: Rust Never Sleeps (Neil Young & Crazy Horse)
    1. My My, Hey Hey
    2. Thrasher
    3. Ride My Llama
    4. Pocahontas
    5. Sail Away
    6. Powderfinger
    7. Welfare Mothers
    8. Sedan Delivery
    9. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)


    LP 5: Live Rust (Neil Young & Crazy Horse)
    LP 1
    1. Sugar Mountain (Live)
    2. I Am a Child (Live)
    3. Comes A Time (Live)
    4. After the Gold Rush (Live)
    5. My My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue) [Live]
    6. When You Dance I Can Really Love (Live)
    7. The Loner (Live)
    8. The Needle and the Damage Done (Live)
    9. Lotta Love (Live)
    10. Sedan Delivery (Live)


    LP 2
    1. Powderfinger (Live)
    2. Cortez the Killer (Live)
    3. Cinammon Girl (Live)
    4. Like a Hurricane (Live)
    5. Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) [Live]
    6. Tonight's the Night (Live)

    Neil Young
    $149.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Box Set - 6 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Rust Never Sleeps Rust Never Sleeps Quick View

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    Rust Never Sleeps

    Never one to follow protocol, Neil's 1979 album featured new songs recorded live during his '78 tour with Crazy Horse. The now legendary record (with a title inspired by Devo and a sound invigorated by the punk movement), was originally split into separate acoustic and electric sides, and possibly best exemplifies two very different sides of Young. Includes Thrasher; Powderfinger; Hey Hey, My My (into the Black) , and more.
    1. My My, Hey Hey
    2. Thrasher
    3. Ride My Llama
    4. Pocahontas
    5. Sail Away
    6. Powderfinger
    7. Welfare Mothers
    8. Sedan Delivery
    9. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
    Neil Young & Crazy Horse
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    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Live at the Music Hall Live at the Music Hall Quick View

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    Live at the Music Hall

    Those who were fortunate to catch Phosphorescent at any of the their shows in 2013 can attest to the fact
    that this is no ordinary touring band. Built around the core of founding member/songwriter Matthew
    Houck, Phosphorescent has expanded from a loop-station based solo act into a fully fledged classic rock
    band to be held in the same regard as the likes of Crazy Horse. They spent most of 2013 touring behind
    their hugely acclaimed album Muchacho, and by the end of the year the band were at the peak of their
    powers. This 3xLP live album was recorded over the course of four jam-packed, sweltering holiday
    nights in mid-December.


    The shows featured the full line up of Matthew Houck (Voice, Guitar, Piano), Rustine Bragaw (Bass,
    Voice), Christopher Marine (Drums), David Torch (Percussion), Jo Schornikow (Organ, Voice), Scott
    Stapleton (Piano, Voice), Ricky Ray Jackson (Pedal Steel, Guitar, Voice). The songs are culled from across
    the catalogue of Phosphorescent albums stretching back to early live favorite 'Wolves', which is featured
    here in both solo form and in full band guise, through to current classics such as 'Song for Zula' & Ride
    On/Right On'.


    After the shows, Houck spent hours going through the recordings, piecing together this definitive live
    collection. This is far from a quick cash-in live album - in fact, it should should perhaps be seen as the
    ultimate Phosphorescent record, taking the recordings that make the studio album to a whole new level.
    Once Houck had pieced together the tracks, he and album mixer John Agnello worked through the
    tracks, mixing them to truly represent that amazing Phosphorescent sound - one part cowboy bravado,
    one part wounded master.


    You can hear how Houck's voice cracks over over the tender 'Tell Me Baby ' and how it soars in the
    perhaps definitive Phosphorecent live song 'Los Angeles'. The musicianship on display here is supreme,
    particularly Ricky Ray's sublime pedal steel and the dual keyboard work of Schornikow and Stapleton,
    playing opposite each other and playing off each other. This album should be considered an addition to
    the pantheon of classic live records - The Who's Live at Leeds, Frampton Comes Alive, Neil Young's Rust
    Never Sleeps, The Band's The Last Waltz, Bob Marley's Live, Cheap Trick's Live at the Budokan - like those,
    it is a defining moment in the catalogue of Phosphorescent.

    1. Sun Arise! (An Invocation/An Introduction) (Live)
    2. A New Anhedonia (Live)
    3. Terror In The Canyons (The Wounded Master) (Live)
    4. The Quotidian Beasts (Live)
    5. Tell Me Baby (Have You Had Enough) (Live)
    6. Nothing Was Stolen (Love Me Foolishly)(Live)
    7. Dead Heart (Live)
    8. Down To Go (Live)
    9. Song For Zula (Live)
    10. Ride On/Right On (Live)
    11. A Picture Of Our Torn Up Praise (Solo, Live)
    12. Muchacho's Tune (Solo, Live)
    13. Wolves (Solo, Live)
    14. Joe Tex, These Taming Blues (Live)
    15. Los Angeles (Live)
    16. A Picture Of Our Torn Up Praise (Live)
    17. South (Of America) (Live)
    18. Wolves (Live)
    19. At Death, A Proclamation (Live)
    Phosphorescent
    $34.99
    Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Sitcom Afterlife Sitcom Afterlife Quick View

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    Sitcom Afterlife


    Their songs are full of rich, rural details: frozen lakes, swaying
    trees, highway lights glowing in the deep night. - Rolling Stone


    Milia's lyrics roll like rich literature and are just as visually
    descriptive. - All Music Guide


    As a band steeped in the rose tint of the early 90's, the
    references to a collective history we all hold fondly are intrinsic to
    Frontier Ruckus' songcraft. The band embarked upon a trilogy of
    records surrounding these themes of place: the rust of a
    Midwestern suburbia anywhere and the edifice of those oft
    crumbling surroundings baked with the deeply passionate
    memories they evoke. The Orion Songbook (2008), Deadmalls &
    Nightfalls (2010), and Eternity of Dimming (2013) served as a trinity
    of sorts to the gravity of those View-Master cartridge visions. In
    listening one clicks thru song-slides of Matthew Milia's densely
    worded sermons, if you will, belted and cooed with a timbre that is
    full and fragile all at once, held together with netting from long-time
    friend David Jones' angular banjo throes, and fleshed out by a
    thick quasi-orchestra of brass, chord organ, and saw by Zachary
    Nichols. Long-time vocalist Anna Burch returns to touring with
    the band, providing a honey-sweet gelatin that firmly bases yet
    sets each song into a full-throated fire.


    Time has settled things, the fossils of those first records remain,
    but a new rolling house has been built upon it by the band, as if
    pulled from show to show, tour stop to tour stop. Milia and
    company aren't stopping. There's some place to be. Now 6 years
    on from their first full length, lauds from NPR, Paste, Rolling Stone,
    and Daytrotter in the rear-view, and remnants of tours to Europe
    and each corner of these United States scattered in fanny-packs
    and hollow-body guitar cases, Sitcom Afterlife speaks with a more compact and frontal
    approach. In these new songs Frontier Ruckus isn't retreading
    those two-lane highways they've came on, but leaning forward -
    there's a structured forward motion to this collection, a sense of
    urgency toward the present, and a brevity that speaks of
    immediate passion - not disregarding that lived-in past but also
    not forlornly dragging it behind this shiny-new Airstream trailer that
    is Sitcom Afterlife.

    1. The Splendid World
    2. Bathroom Stall Hypnosis
    3. Sad Modernity
    4. Very Well
    5. Crabapples In The Century's Storm
    6. Darling Anonymity
    7. Down In The Morning We Thought We'd Never Lose
    8. Little Henrietta
    9. Counterfeits
    10. A&W Orange and Brown
    Frontier Ruckus
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    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Garden Of Arms Garden Of Arms Quick View

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    Garden Of Arms

    Peter Wolf Criers second album Garden of Arms is a document that paints a vivid portrait of all the pain and beauty of growth. Written with the at-home repose demanded by performing a hundred shows in six months, these eleven tracks were nurtured from their hushed origins with a new-found footing of confidence and experimentation. Adapting the tenets of the grinding live show, the duo of Peter Pisano and Brian Moen transformed the fuzzy distortion, rolling and crashing drums, and laser-focused purposefulness into an intensely dynamic yet supremely polished album.


    The lead off track, Right Away, best exemplifies the bands new direction, a dense and jarring embrace of the immediacy of real personal connection. Later on in the album, restraint is more readily apparent, in tracks like Settling it Off, where the sonics do not threaten to overwhelm but are instead peeled back to reveal a more subdued, secure sense of direction.


    The notion that any one of these songs could be your favorite depending on where your head and heart reside, moment to moment, is the most appealing aspect of this album. Throughout Garden of Arms, swagger is juxtaposed against an icy delicacy, making the scope of the record complex but somehow an easily digestible statement of how Peter Wolf Crier are rolling: a wheel, rusted with unrestrained hope.

    1. Right Away
    2. Beach
    3. Having It Out
    4. Krishnamurti
    5. Cut a Hand
    6. Settling It Off
    7. Hard Heart
    8. Haunt You
    9. Loud Enough to Know
    10. Never Meant to Love You
    11. Wheel
    Peter Wolf Crier
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