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  • This Is Lone Justice: The Vaught Tapes, 1983 This Is Lone Justice: The Vaught Tapes, 1983 Quick View

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    This Is Lone Justice: The Vaught Tapes, 1983

    First Pressing On Translucent Red Vinyl


    It can be difficult to capture the live power of band on a studio recording. Thankfully, Lone Justice (Maria McKee, Ryan Hedgecock, Marvin Etzioni, and
    Don Heffington) went into Suite 16 Studios in December of 1983 and laid down much of the set list they were packing Los Angeles area clubs with.


    Recorded direct to 2-track tape by engineer David Vaught and with no overdubs, those twelve tracks can finally be heard in their entirety as This Is Lone
    Justice: The Vaught Tapes, 1983. As Billboard's Chris Morris writes in his liner notes, the release "offers the best representation of the band in its
    infancy-hot, full of piss and vinegar, and ready to take on the world."


    Nine of these twelve tracks are previously unissued, and include originals (including "Soap, Soup And Salvation", which would appear on their Geffen
    debut two years later) to the covers they made their
    own in concert (Johnny Cash and June Carter (Cash)'s "Jackson" and "Nothing Can Stop My Loving
    You," written by George Jones and Roger Miller.)


    Available on LP (with the first pressing on translucent red vinyl), in addition to Morris' liners, the package contains an essay from the band's Ryan Hedgecock, as well as a remembrance of David Vaught from Marvin Etzioni and an loving endorsement from Dolly Parton. With unseen photos and memorabilia, this collection is what Lone Justice fans have been waiting for. This Is Lone Justice: The Vaught Tapes, 1983 takes us back to a time when music had an energy that was hard to contain. Thanks to that studio in Van Nuys, CA, and this release, Justice has been served!

    1. Nothing Can Stop My Loving You
    2. Jackson
    3. Soap, Soup And Salvation
    4. The Grapes Of Wrath
    5. Dustbowl Depression Time
    6. Rattlsnake Mama*
    7. Vigilante
    8. Working Man's Blues*
    9. Cactus Rose
    10. When Love Comes Home To Stay
    11. Cottonbelt
    12. This World Is Not My Home*


    All Tracks Previously Unissued Except *

    Lone Justice
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  • Run For Cover (Discontinued) (On Sale) Run For Cover (Discontinued) (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Run For Cover (Discontinued) (On Sale)

    L.A. based indie supergroup The Living Sisters, comprised of Inara George (The Bird And The Bee), Becky Stark (Lavender Diamond), Eleni Mandell and newest 'sister' Alex Lilly, have followed up their critically adored 2010 album Love to Live with the standards collection, Run For Cover. The six song EP, with its intricate retro harmonies and righteously old-school instrumentation from the likes of drummer Don Heffington (Lone Justice, The Jayhawks) and pedal steel master Greg Leisz, provides listeners with some perspective as to the various sources of The Living Sisters' zesty musical recipe, which weaves together 40s pop vocalizing, 50s doo-wop, jazz, folk and country elements in a seamless melange, according to the L.A. Times' Randy Lewis.
    1. Make Love To Me (Jo Stafford)
    2. Can You Get To That? (Funkadelic)
    3. Que Sera Sera (Doris Day)
    4. A Poor Man's Roses (Or A Rich Man's Gold) (Patsy Cline)
    5. Jolene (Dolly Parton)
    6. Sweet Dreams (Patsy Cline)
    Living Sisters
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    Ghetto Bells

    "These songs are ultimately and admirably patient and fluid, building not to grandiloquent climaxes but to a greater and greater complexity of meaning." - Pitchfork

    "The songs are all-encompassing. They sweep you up. They really get to you." - Washington Post

    Ghetto Bells matches the poetic power of Vic Chesnutt's words with some of the most elegantly simpatico backing he's ever been blessed with,including jazz icon Bill Frisell on guitars, legendary writer, arranger and multi-instrumentalist Van Dyke Parks on piano, accordion, and organ, Don Heffington of Lone Justice and the Jayhawks on drums and percussion,classically trained session-man Dominic Genova on double bass, Tina Chesnutton electric bass and Liz Durrett on exquisite backing vocals. At the time,Vic Chesnutt had released a dozen albums in 15 years. Ghetto Bells has apowerful resonance that reveals itself slowly. A pair of seven-minute pieces are the heart of the album, both moving forward slowly, but ever so purposefully.One of them, "Rambunctious Cloud," is further sweetened by the presence of Van Dyke Parks on accordion and a staggering guitar solo from Bill Frisell.

    LP 1
    1. Virginia
    2. Little Caesar
    3. What Do You Mean?
    4. Got To Me
    5. Ignorant People
    6. Forthright
    7. To Be With You


    LP 2
    1. Vesuvius
    2. Rambunctious Cloud
    3. The Garden
    4. Gnats
    5. Vesuvius (Demo)
    6. Forthright (Demo)
    7. Prevails (Demo)

    Vic Chesnutt
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