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  • Cujo: Music From The Motion Picture (Pre-Order) Cujo: Music From The Motion Picture (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Cujo: Music From The Motion Picture (Pre-Order)

    Pressed On Black And Brown "St. Bernard" Colored Vinyl


    Limited To 1000 Copies


    Ah, life in the country such bucolic bliss. Until your neighbor's dog contracts rabies, kills its owner, and then comes after you! With such emotional extremes, Cujo was not an easy movie to score, but when Stephen King's classic novel came to the screen in 1983 starring Dee Wallace and Daniel Hugh-Kelly with Lewis Teague directing, composer/conductor Charles Bernstein (A Nightmare on Elm Street) proved mightily up to the task. In addition to employing harsh synthesizer effects and dissonant orchestral layers leading up to the climactic showdown between Mom and beast, Bernstein also penned a tender theme expressing the gentle joys of family life. Unfortunately, post production woes mixed up some cues and caused the score to be abbreviated in the film; Intrada's recent CD release presented Bernstein's work for the first time as it was originally recorded, and that's where the 18 tracks on our first-ever vinyl release come from, with new (and terrifying) cover art. Limited black and brown "St. Bernard" vinyl edition limited to 1000 copies!

    1. Main Title & Rabbit Chase
    2. Bedroom
    3. Kemp to Dinner Table
    4. Cujo's Entrance (Revised)
    5. Hoist Delivery & Spilt Milk
    6. Monster Words Wall & Cujo in Fog
    7. Brett and Charity
    8. Cujo Kills Garry
    9. Cujo Kills Camber
    10. Drive to Siege
    11. Crane to Cujo & Car Stalls
    12. Pee-Em Phone & Sunrise
    13. Cujo Attacks Car
    14. Cujo Attacks Donna & 360 in Car (Revised)
    15. Cujo on the Hood to Sunrise II (Revised Alternate #2)
    16. Final Confrontation
    17. Revive Tad
    18. Cujo End Credits
    Charles Bernstein
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  • Zacherle's Monster Gallery (Pre-Order) Zacherle's Monster Gallery (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Zacherle's Monster Gallery (Pre-Order)

    Pressed On Green & Orange Pumpkin Colored Vinyl


    Limited To 1000 Copies


    Fittingly enough, The Cool Ghoul himself, John Zacherle, passed away right around Halloween in 2016, and now we here at Real Gone Music are celebrating his one-year "deathday" by releasing his incredibly rare album Zacherle's Monster Gallery, originally issued on the budget Elektra imprint Crestview, on green & orange "pumpkin" vinyl limited to 1000 copies! This record was originally released in 1963, and was actually a copy of the 1960 Elektra album Spook Along with Zacherley, except for one very important detail: the cover art to the Crestview release was inked by legendary Mad Magazine artist Jack Davis, who actually passed away last year as well. Which probably explains why original copies of this record are selling for about $150 if you can find them So consider this release a twin tribute to two guys who brought a big smile to millions of kids, especially those on the East Coast that used to see Zach present all those cheesy horror movies on TV. R.I.P., Zach and Jack!

    1. Coolest Little Monster
    2. A Wicked Thought
    3. Ghoul View Commercial
    4. Sure Sign of Spring
    5. Transylvania P.T.A.
    6. Frank and Drac Are Back
    7. Come with Me to Transylvania
    8. Spider Man Lullaby
    9. Ring-A-Ding Orangoutang
    10. Baying at the Moon
    11. Zacherle For President
    Zacherle
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  • Waiting To Exhale Soundtrack Waiting To Exhale Soundtrack Quick View

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    Waiting To Exhale Soundtrack

    Masterfully Produced And All But One Track Written By Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds


    Featured R&B Divas Old School (Aretha Franklin, Patti Labelle, Chaka Khan) And New School (Whitney Houston, Brandy, Mary J. Blige)


    Released In Purple Vinyl (Whitney Houston's Favorite Color)


    Waiting to Exhale was a phenomenon on so many levels. First, it was a literary phenomenon, as the 1992 novel launched author Terry McMillan to superstardom. Then, when the feature film based on the book was released in 1995, it became a broader cultural phenomenon-a mainstream Hollywood film focusing on the lives of four African-American women was a genuinely revolutionary act at the time. And, finally, it was a musical phenomenon, as its soundtrack seamlessly blended female R&B divas new school (Whitney Houston, Brandy, Mary J. Blige, etc.) and old school (Aretha Franklin, Patti LaBelle, Chaka Khan) in a masterful suite of songs composed and produced by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds.


    Critical and commercial reaction to the soundtrack was over the top; The New York Times deemed the album one of the Top Ten releases of the year, and the record topped the Billboard Pop and R&B charts for five and ten weeks, respectively, spawning the #1 hit singles "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)," "Not Gon' Cry," and "Let It Flow." Yet, because the album came out in 1995 at the height of the CD era, Waiting to Exhale never came out on LP in the U.S., and was released in Europe as a low-budget 2-LP set with both records stuffed inside a single album jacket pocket.


    Now, Real Gone Music is releasing this landmark '90s R&B album on vinyl in America for the first time in a limited edition (of 1000) gatefold double-LP package sporting a luminous photo of the movie's four principal actors (Whitney Houston, Angela Bassett, Lela Rochon, and Loretta Devine) on the inside spread and pristine vinyl pressed in purple (Whitney's favorite color).


    Gently pulsating and seductive, Waiting to Exhale is Babyface's masterpiece, one of the great make-out records of all time; now you can get that slow jam groove in the grooves!

    LP 1
    1. Exhale (Shoop Shoop) - Whitney Houston
    2. Why Does It Hurt So Bad - Whitney Houston
    3. Let It Flow - Toni Braxton
    4. It Hurts Like Hell - Aretha Franklin
    5. Sittin' Up In My Room - Brandy
    6. This Is How It Works - TLC
    7. Not Gon' Cry - Mary J. Blige
    8. My Funny Valentine - Chaka Khan


    LP 2
    1. And I Gave My Love To You - Sonja Marie
    2. All Night Long - SWV
    3. All Night Long - Chante Moore
    4. My Love, Sweet Love - Patti LaBelle
    5. Kissing You - Faith Evans
    6. Love Will Be Waiting At Home - For Real
    7. How Could You Call Her Baby - Shanna
    8. Count On Me - Whitney Houston & CeCe Winans

    Various Artists
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  • Don't Turn Me From Your Door: 50th Anniversary Edition Don't Turn Me From Your Door: 50th Anniversary Edition Quick View

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    Don't Turn Me From Your Door: 50th Anniversary Edition

    50th Anniversary Edition


    First Time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Presentation Of His Groundbreaking, Earth Shattering, Iconic 1963 Masterpiece


    Mastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso From The Original ATCO Records Tapes


    John Lee Hooker was absolutely one of the most prolific and rhythmic pioneers of the blues scene for most of his life. Recording his first 78's in the forties and rapidly becoming one of the most in demand bluesmen of his time, Hooker was truly an American legend of our modern times.


    With hundreds of songs and an untold amount of recordings and live performances throughout his
    lifetime, John Lee Hooker was also one of the most revered and interpreted songwriters. Major recording acts like Canned Heat, Johnny Winter, Van Morrison, The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, George Thorogood were all champions of this sorely missed icon.


    Fifty years ago, ATCO Records released one of the most important albums of his career with Don't Turn Me From Your Door - John Lee Hooker Sings His Blues. The dozen gems that make up this rural blues event would go on to become some of his most famous tunes including the title track which was covered by numerous rock and blues artists over the years like Savoy Brown and the terrific blues wailing of Drifting Blues, the rockin' Real Real Gone and of course another brilliant standard with My Baby Don't Love Me.


    The award winning giant of the blues continues with even more hard rockin' blues like Guitar Lovin' Man,
    Wobbling Baby and his fan favorite Stuttering Blues.


    Friday Music is no stranger to the artistry of the late great John Lee Hooker, and it is with much honor to announce the first time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl 50th Anniversary release of his masterpiece Don't Turn Me From Your Door.


    Impeccably mastered by Joe "Bluesman" Reagoso (John Lee Hooker/Canned Heat/Johnny Winter) from
    the original ATCO Records tapes, John Lee Hooker's classic Don't Turn Me From Your Door will truly be one of the most anticipated blues releases of the year.


    To make your limited edition listening experience all the more entertaining, we are also including the very rare album cover graphics for the first time in fifty years, which will truly enhance the wonderful blues within by the legendary John Lee Hooker.


    Don't Forget To Boogie!

    1. Stuttering Blues
    2. Wobbling Baby
    3. You Lost A Good Man
    4. Love My Baby
    5. Misbelieving Baby
    6. Drifting Blues
    7. Don't Turn Me From Your Door
    8. My Baby Don't Love Me
    9. I Ain't Got Nobody
    10. Real Real Gone
    11. Guitar Lovin' Man
    12. Talk About Your Baby
    John Lee Hooker
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  • One Kiss Leads To Another One Kiss Leads To Another Quick View

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    One Kiss Leads To Another

    Hackamore Brick's One Kiss Leads to Another
    Defines the Term Cult Classic

    Championed by Everybody from Ugly Things
    to WFMU

    First LP Reissue

    Remastered from Original Tapes by Vic Anesini
    at Battery Studios in NYC

    LP Includes the Bonus Single Side Searchin'

    Liner Notes by Tony Rettman Include Exclusive
    Quotes from Hackamore Brick's Tommy
    Moonlight

    Package Includes Photos from the Band's
    Own Archive

    LP Includes Printed Inner Sleeve


    What makes a record a true cult classic? First, it
    must be released to a modicum of critical acclaim but zero commercial success. Second, in
    almost all cases the artists behind the release
    have to disappear immediately into obscurity.
    And third, over the course of decades, a dedicated core of record collectors, critics and
    true believers must spread the word about
    the album in question. Well, by those standards, New York band Hackamore Brick's 1970 LP One
    Kiss Leads to Another is the cult classic to end all cult classics (the
    only recent contenders might be Rodriguez's albums Cold Fact and
    Coming from Reality). Released on the bubblegum-centric Kama Sutra
    label to positive reactions from critics ranging from Richard Meltzer to
    Lenny Kaye, One Kiss sounded very different from anything else on the
    label or, for that matter, anything else on the 1970 music scene; often
    cited as the first post-Velvet Underground album, it does indeed provoke comparison's to VU's third, self-titled record and Loaded as well
    as other descendants like the Modern Lovers and Television. But the
    country-ish harmonies of vocalists Tommy Moonlight and Chick Newman lend the record a sound not unlike any number of current alternative "beard rock" bands plying their wares, and the discursive lyrics
    recall the Kinks.


    In short, One Kiss Leads to Another passes the fourth
    and hardest test of cult classic-dom, which is to remain relevant into
    the present, even though Moonlight and Newman didn't record another
    note together as Hackamore Brick until 2009. Real Gone Music is proud
    to present this remarkable record on both vinyl and CD, with a bonus
    track, the single side "Searchin'," appearing on both formats. Liner notes by Tony Rettman featuring quotes from Tommy Moonlight and pictures from the Hackamore
    Remastered by
    Vic Anesini at Battery Studios in NYC-highly anticipated and worth the

    Side One:
    1. Reachin'
    2. Oh! Those Sweet Bananas
    3. I Watched You Rhumba
    4. Radio
    5. Peace Has Come
    Bonus Track:
    6. Searchin'


    Side Two:
    1. Got a Gal Named Wilma
    2. I Won't Be Around
    3. And I Wonder
    4. Someone You Know
    5. Zip Gun Woman

    Hackamore Brick
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  • What's Real What's Real Quick View

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    What's Real

    Dear Listener / Internet Surfer / Intrigued Music Consumer-


    Thank for you for taking the time to read about our new record, What's Real. We have been working on this album for the better part of two years. Or maybe I have been working on this album since I was 14. That was when I first heard the bands that made me want to pick up the guitar and learn to play. When I became consumed over the angst, the freedom, the recklessness of rock and roll, the escape it created and allowed, and the feeling of unity with anyone who was discovering and finding the same.


    I started writing this album as soon as we got home from touring behind our debut record Out In The Light. All of a sudden, I was sitting still for the first time in years, and I dove into my early musical influences to find that what I once thought were alternative anthems of recklessness, of angst, of societal alienation, were also perfectly constructed songs. It wasn't pop. But it became popular for a reason. And as a songwriter I began to see that music in a new light.


    I approached this album from that place. From a place of seeing that songs can sound big, feel big, and still be incredibly personal. Still be brutally honest. Still leave everything on the table. And while current alternative radio is pumping out songs about the "best day of my life" and "wanting to be like the cool kids", I wanted to write songs about heartbreak, about finding clarity, about feeling stuck in your hometown. And I wrote it with the hope that people connect with it in a visceral way. In an emotional way. The way I am connecting to it. A connection I feel is not as expected these days.


    This record was recorded over a 15 month period while I was living in San Francisco and taking road trips down to record with friend and Grouplove producer/drummer Ryan Rabin. The first song we recorded together was "Got To My Head". He got where I was coming from and became my collaborator throughout the majority of the process. We pushed this record to the extremes, trying to fit as many hooks at times, capturing throat wrenching vocal takes at others. I was writing while recording. A lot of the writing takes on past tragic relationships I have since moved on from. "I Feel Everything" is a song about the addiction of abusive and extreme relationships, "Over It" is a song about finally getting out of it, and "What's Real" is about the constant struggle to weed out the impersonal and temporary relationships and yearning for something more. The songs came from desperate times. They came from a place where I would rather be in any situation than the one I was in. Some of them were written while in it, some of them are reflection.


    I recorded a handful of the songs with another producer Carlos De La Garza. Among those are "Rebel Yell", a song about longing for the drive to care about the state of the world like I once did so intensely, but has faded with the distractions of adulthood, and "Mom And Dad's," a song about the realities of having to move back in with your parents after you thought you were gone for good, and finding everything both completely changed and exactly the same.


    This record could not have been possible without my band. I met them all while living in San Francisco. It's a new band from the last record. Andrew Wales plays Drums. Brian DaMert plays Guitar. Greg Sellin plays Bass. And Sara DaMert plays Keys. They have helped me take these songs from my headphones to the stage and have realized them in the greatest way possible. they do them every justice I could have asked. I am so grateful to have them.


    When we finished the record I felt like we had made a sonic place. It felt like my bedroom in high school. We accomplished my goal in providing a world for someone who needs a real alternative. An escape. I don't care if that sounds cheesy. I am not worried about it. Come to our shows. Participate in the energy. We will leave it all on the table. We expect the audience to as well. There is something really rewarding in doing so. It's what I dreamt about when I was 14 and started playing guitar. It's what I still dream about today. It's What's Real.


    Love,

    Van (WATERS)

    1. Got To My Head
    2. I Feel Everything
    3. Mom and Dads
    4. The Avenue
    5. What's Real
    6. Inside My Room
    7. Stupid Games
    8. Breakdown
    9. Over It
    10. Rebel Yell
    11. Green Eyes
    Waters
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    Gone By The Dawn

    Gone by the Dawn, the newest Shannon and the Clams album, is their best work to date. The music is complex, the lyrical content is emotionally raw and honest, and the production is the strangest it's ever been. The album was written as one member was recovering from a serious breakup and another was deep in one. The lyrics reflect it, and the entire album is dripping with sadness, pain, and introspection.


    Shannon and Cody have not written generic songs about love or the lack of it. Instead they have written about their very own specific heartbreak, mistreatment, and mental trials. The emotion is palpable. On Gone by the Dawn the Clams have DARED TO BE REAL. They've exposed their true emotions, which is what's most moving about the album.

    1. I Will Miss the Jasmine
    2. My Man
    3. Point of Being Right
    4. How Long
    5. Baby Blue
    6. It's Too Late
    7. Gone by the Dawn
    8. Corvette
    9. Telling Myself
    10. The Bog
    11. Knock 'em Dead
    12. The Burl
    13. You Let Me Rust
    Shannon And The Clams
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  • The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone (Pre-Order) The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone (Pre-Order)

    Lee Ann Womack, one of the most distinctive and decorated vocalists in modern music, will make her debut for ATO Records with the release of 'The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone,' an album that mixes the country, soul, gospel and blues of her native East Texas, into an audacious, sharp-edged work of art. Produced by Womack's husband and fellow Texan Frank Liddell (fresh off a 2017 ACM Album of the Year win for Miranda Lambert's 'The Weight of These Wings'), and featuring songs mostly co-written by Womack, 'The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone,' is her most personal album to date, marking the culmination of a journey that began with her 2005 CMA Album of the Year 'There's More Where That Came From' toward an authentic American music that celebrates her roots and adds to the canon.


    'The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone' features fourteen new songs, recorded with Womack's core band of top shelf musicians including bassist Glenn Worf, songwriters and guitarists Wright, Payne and Ethan Ballinger, and drummer Jerry Roe. The album was mostly recorded at the legendary SugarHill Studios in Houston, TX. Formerly known as Gold Star and open since 1941, SugarHill is one of the oldest continuously run studios in the country and home to seminal early recordings by many artists who had a formative influence on Womack, including George Jones, Willie Nelson and Lightnin' Hopkins. Among the album's three cover songs, Womack recorded a haunting version of George Jones' Take the Devil Out of Me standing on the same gold star linoleum floor where he cut the 1959 original.


    I wanted to get out of Nashville, and tap the deep music and vibe of East Texas, says Womack. I wanted to make sure this record had a lot of soul in it, because real country music has soul. I wanted to remind people of that.


    'The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone' follows Womack's acclaimed 2014 album 'The Way I'm Livin',' which SPIN deemed the best of her career to date. Highlights from that career include performances for presidents and other world leaders, duets partners ranging from George Strait to John Legend, a Grammy, five Academy of Country Music awards, and six Country Music Association awards including Female Vocalist of the Year, Album of the Year, and two Singles of the Year.

    1. All The Trouble
    2. The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone
    3. He Called Me Baby
    4. Hollywood
    5. End of the End of the World
    6. Bottom of the Barrel
    7. Shine On Rainy Day
    8. Mama Lost Her Smile
    9. Wicked
    10. Long Black Veil
    11. Someone Else's Heartache
    12. Sunday
    13. Talking Behind Your Back
    14. Take The Devil Out Of Me
    Lee Ann Womack
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  • Escape from L.A.- Music from the Motion Picture Score (On Sale) Escape from L.A.- Music from the Motion Picture Score (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Escape from L.A.- Music from the Motion Picture Score (On Sale)

    Limited To 1500


    Clear With Green Splatter Colored Vinyl


    John Carpenter wasn't just a sci-fi and horror master, one of the best and most innovative directors of his generation-he was also a highly accomplished soundtrack composer whose pioneering use of synthesizers to create suspense and dread in his film scores influenced musicians both within the film world and without. And the score he composed-along with Shirley Walker-for his 1996 dystopic sequel Escape from L.A. offered the creeping, atmospheric tension that Carpenter fans crave; although, as this film was set in L.A. and featured plenty of dark humor, Carpenter and Walker threw in a bit of rock 'n' roll as well.


    The original soundtrack release included a mere 16 tracks and came out on CD exclusively; now, Real Gone Music not only has added another 16 tracks to the release, but is also bringing it to vinyl for the very first time! And not just any vinyl; do you remember how in the film Snake Plisskin is infected with the plutoxin virus that will prove fatal within ten hours unless he retrieves the "Sword of Damocles" super weapon and receives the antidote? Well, our limited edition (of 1500) double-LP is being pressed on test tube clear with plutoxin virus green splatter vinyl just make sure you don't let the vinyl scratch your skin! Brand new gatefold artwork featuring stills from the film production completes the package.

    LP 1
    1. Escape from New York
    2. History of Los Angeles
    3. Fire Base Seven
    4. Snake Arrives/Deportees
    5. Snake Gets Scratched
    6. Defense Lab
    7. Snake's Flashback
    8. Weapons/Snake's Uniform
    9. Snake's Escort
    10. Submarine Launch
    11. Sub Sinks
    12. Mulholland Drive-By
    13. Acid Rain/Tour Guide Sting/Snake Gets Directions
    14. Sunset Boulevard Bazaar
    15. Motorcycle Chase
    16. Showdown
    17. Push On Through/Snake Takes a Breather
    18. Beverly Hills Surgeon
    19. I Think We're Lost/Taslima


    LP 2
    1. The Future Is Right Now/Fun Gun
    2. The Black Box/Target L.A.
    3. The Broadcast/The Coliseum
    4. Decapitation/Game Time/The Game
    5. Escape from Coliseum
    6. Queen Mary/Hang Glider Attack
    7. Helicopter Arrival
    8. Texas Switch/Fire Fight
    9. Escape from Happy Kingdom
    10. Crash Landing
    11. Out of Time
    12. Presidential Decree
    13. J.C.'s Blues

    Shirley Walker & John Carpenter
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  • Contagion Soundtrack (Pre-Order) Contagion Soundtrack (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Contagion Soundtrack (Pre-Order)

    Pressed On Limited Gold And Red "Biohazard" Starburst Vinyl


    Limited To 1200 Copies


    Former Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Cliff Martinez's long-standing collaboration with director Steven Soderbergh ranks right up there with some of the other great composer-director teams in film history, like Bernard Herrmann-Alfred Hitchcock and Ennio Morricone-Sergio Leone, and his 2011 score for the disaster blockbuster Contagion is among his best work. Oddly, it owes some of its uniqueness to the fact that Soderbergh radically recut the film three different times, causing Martinez to adjust the score on the fly, first starting with a more conventional score indebted to thrillers like Marathon Man and The French Connection, then moving in a more dream-like, Tangerine Dream direction, before settling on a sound that incorporated orchestral and electronic timbres into highly propulsive and rhythmic framework. It's like the most chilling "chill-out" electronica you've ever heard, simultaneously hypnotic and horrifying and for its first-ever vinyl release, we at Real Gone Music have fashioned a gatefold album cover featuring film production stills housing a limited gold and red "biohazard" starburst vinyl edition limited to 1200 copies. Between the look of the package and the disquieting music, this one's guaranteed to get you to sign up for a flu shot.

    1. They're Calling My Flight
    2. Chrysanthemum Complex
    3. Placebo
    4. Move Away from the Table
    5. The Birds Are Doing That
    6. Get Off the Bus
    7. 100 Doses
    8. Affected Cities
    9. Bad Day to Be a Rhesus Monkey
    10. I'm Sick
    11. Get Us to the Front of the Line
    12. Don't Tell Anyone
    13. Forsythia
    14. It's Mutated
    15. Merry Christmas
    16. They Didn't Touch Me
    17. There's Nothing in There
    18. Handshake
    19. Bat & Pig
    20. Contagion
    Cliff Martinez
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  • The Church Within The Church Within Quick View

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    The Church Within


    Features Two Bonus Tracks


    Includes Added Photos and Original Album Art With Lyrics


    Includes a New Note From Wino Himself


    Biker metal, doom metal, stoner metal whatever metal subgenre you
    want to fit him into, Scott "Wino" Weinrich has been at the forefront of it
    for over thirty years. The unmistakable rasp of his lead vocals and thick, fuzzy Gibson
    guitar tone have spearheaded bands ranging from Saint Vitus to Spirit Caravan to Probot,
    but for many his crowning achievement (and most accessible one) was The Church
    Within, the last album he made with his first band, The Obsessed, for Columbia in 1994.


    His lone major label release, The Church Within features the dark vision and crushing,
    slow-motion riffs beloved by fans of Black Sabbath, but the driving intensity and atonal guitar solos recall
    Motörhead and Black Flag, respectively; in short, this album transcends genre classifications even as it defines
    them. Now, for the first time, this lost classic of '90s metal is being reissued by Real Gone Music on double
    180-gram gatefold vinyl with two bonus tracks (the single "Mental Kingdom" and the unreleased track "Melancholy
    Grey"), added photos, the original album art with lyrics and a new note from Wino himself. Everyone from Henry
    Rollins to Dave Grohl to Ian MacKaye has sung Wino's praises time to join the chorus.

    LP 1
    1. To Protect And To Serve
    2. Field Of Hours
    3. Streamlined
    4. Blind Lightning
    5. Neatz Brigade
    6. A World Apart
    7. Skybone


    LP 2
    1. Streetside
    2. Climate Of Despair
    3. Mourning
    5. Touch Of Everything
    6. Decimation
    7. Living Rain
    8. Mental Kingdom (1994 Version) (Bonus Track)
    9. Melancholy Grey (1994 Version-Unreleased) (Bonus Track)

    The Obsessed
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  • Foghat Live Foghat Live Quick View

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    Foghat Live

    It's one of the greatest rock 'n' roll live albums of all time, and one of the greatest rock 'n' roll albums of the '70s, period. And it (deservedly) vaulted one of the best boogie bands ever to superstardom. But, even in this golden era of classic rock vinyl reissues, Foghat: Live has not seen its killer twin guitar jams recommitted to wax until now! Real Gone Music is proud to bring this legendary live album back to vinyl where it belongs, with a limited-edition package that pulls no punches: 180-gram vinyl, with painstaking replications of the original die-cut jacket and of the 4-color cardboard inner "Eurosleeve" that peeks out through the die-cut. Peter Black's remastering and lacquer cutting brings out every note in such stomping songs as "Honey Hush" (taken at twice the speed of the studio version), "Home in My Hand" (check those a cappella harmonies), the big hit "Fool for the City, " "Road Fever" and, of course, the frenzied boogie favorites "I Just Want to Make
    Love to You" and "Slow Ride." The quartet of guitarists "Lonesome" Dave Peverett and Rod Price, bassist Craig
    MacGregor and drummer Roger Earl were as tight as any rock band before or since-38 minutes of blues-rock bliss.
    1. Fool for the City
    2. Home in My Hand
    3. I Just Want to Make Love to You
    4. Road Fever
    5. Honey Hush
    6. Slow Ride
    Foghat
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    Back Stabbers


    180-Gram Black Vinyl Edition Limited to 700 Copies


    Lacquer Cutting By Kevin Gray


    Original Album Art


    Deemed by many the pinnacle of the Philly Sound as perfected by legendary producers Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff, 1972's Back Stabbers scored no less than two Top Five Pop and three Top Five R&B smashes with the songs Love Train, Time to Get Down, and the title tune (plus another Top 20 R&B hit with 992 Arguments). But it's more than the hits that make this album a soul classic; honed by a decade of woodshedding, the vocal arrangements of O'Jays Eddie Levert, William Powell and Walter Williams are simply sublime, and, when married to Gamble & Huff's polished backing tracks, they render such album tracks as (They Call Me) Mr. Lucky and Who Am I every bit as potent as the better-known songs. In short, Back Stabbers is a masterpiece through and through, one that brought both the O'Jays and Gamble and Huff to national attention, but it's never been reissued on vinyl in the modern era. With lacquer cutting by Kevin Gray, Real Gone Music's limited (to 700 copies)180-gram black vinyl edition just might sound better than the original pressing, and includes the original artwork.

    1. When The World's at Peace
    2. Back Stabbers
    3. Who Am I (Album Version)
    4. (They Call Me) Mr. Lucky (Album Version)
    5. Time to Get Down
    6. 992 Arguments (Previously released material)
    7. Listen to the Clock on the Wall
    8. Shiftless, Shady, Jealous Kind of People
    9. Sunshine (Album Version)
    10. Love Train (Album Version)
    The O'Jays
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    Sleep In Safety (Pre-Order)

    Pressed On Ghastly Green Colored Vinyl


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    Formed from putrefying remnants of The Germs, The Consumers, The Bags, The Gun Club, and The Screamers among other L.A. punk outfits, 45 Grave were arguably the first American Goth/deathrock band and inarguably one of the best.


    Fronted by the Exene-meets-Vampirella vocal and visual stylings of Dinah Cancer (still one of the greatest stage names in a punk rock genre full of 'em), 45 Grave also featured Paul B. Cutler on guitar, Don Bolles on drums, Rob (Ritter) Graves on bass, and Paul Roessler on keyboards, and from that all-star line-up came 1983's Sleep in Safety, their lone studio release and only recording with the band's original members. Probably most famous for the first appearance of the horrifyingly graphic, true-crime track "Partytime," Sleep in Safety also offered the early MTV track "Evil" and the band "theme song" "45 Grave" among other blandishments for those who like their rock and roll with a side of the macabre.


    Both the LP and CD have been out of print for an eternity, and cost an arm and a leg; for our Real Gone Music exhumation of this classic record, we have "embalmed" two very special editions. On LP, we have preserved the original album's gatefold edition complete with lyrics and added a custom inner sleeve drawn from the band's very rare "A Tale of Strange Phenomena" press release-limited edition of 1000 in "Ghastly Green" vinyl!

    1. Insurance from God
    2. Evil
    3. Partytime
    4. Dream Hits II
    5. Slice O' Life
    6. 45 Grave
    7. Phantoms
    8. Violent World
    9. Bad Love
    10. Surf Bat
    11. Procession
    45 Grave
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    Return Of The Giant Slits

    Pressed On Fluorescent Yellow Vinyl

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    Labeling The Slits groundbreaking just doesn't (pardon the pun) cut it. No other post-punk band was as confrontational-an all-female trio calling themselves The Slits and posing muddily topless on their debut album cover was about as in-your-face as a feminist statement gets-or as determinedly uncommercial. Indeed, after being dropped by their label, Island, despite having made Cut, of the signature albums of the era, Viv Albertine, Tessa Pollitt, and Ari Up treated Sony, their new label, to an even more radical record, 1981's Return of the Giant Slits.

    Already far removed from the male-dominated, louder-faster ethos of punk rock, The Slits, with new drummer Bruce Smith of The Pop Group and multi-instrumentalist Steve Beresford in tow, added world music and free jazz to Up's Ono-esque ululations, Albertine's skittering guitar, and Pollitt's dubwise bass riddims.

    Predictably, Sony dropped the record like a hot potato, not even bothering to release it in the U.S., and it has only been intermittently available on CD in the 35-plus years since.

    But the reputation of Return of the Giant Slits has continued to grow, with Albertine herself recently commenting, It's more experimental than Cut and brings in even wider musical influences. In some ways, I think it's a better record.

    Now, Real Gone Music is returning Return of the Giant Slits to availability in a fluorescent yellow vinyl edition limited to 1000 copies that includes the original printed inner sleeve. Either way, this record demands to be in your collection you can trace the beginning of the whole riot grrrl movement to right here.

    1. Earthbeat
    2. Or What It Is?
    3. Face Place
    4. Walk About
    5. Difficult Fun
    6. Animal Space/Spacier
    7. Improperly Dressed
    8. Life On Earth
    The Slits
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    The Dance Of Reality: Original Soundtrack


    LP Album Jacket Includes a Number of Production Stills from the Film


    Mastered by Joe Yannece


    Lacquer Cutting on LP by Carl Rowatti at Trutone Mastering


    The release in 2014 of The Dance of Reality marked the
    triumphant return, after a 23-year hiatus, of Alejandro
    Jodorowsky, the visionary Chilean filmmaker behind cult
    classics El Topo and The Holy Mountain. In the radiantly
    visceral autobiographical film, a young Jodorowsky (played by
    his son, Brontis) is confronted by a collection of compelling
    characters that contribute to his burgeoning surreal
    consciousness. Adding to the autobiographical nature of the
    work, the film was shot in Tocopilla, a coastal town on the
    edge of the Chilean desert, where the filmmaker was born in
    1929. Blending his personal history with metaphor,
    mythology, and poetry, The Dance of Reality reflects Jodorowsky's
    philosophy that reality is not objective but rather a "dance" created by our own imaginations.


    Jodorowsky's films have always placed a special emphasis on music-his soundtracks rank as among
    the most daring and fascinating in film history-and for The Dance of Reality, Jodorowsky tapped his own
    son Adan Jodorowsky (a.k.a. "Adanowsky"), whose work as a composer and performer (with Devendra
    Banhart among others) has won him an international following in his own right. Adanowsky's score is
    alternately lush and comical, blending brooding string passages with hypnotically repeating piano figures
    that create a mood that is at times foreboding, at times wistful and, as is always the case with a score to
    a Jodorowsky film, surreal.


    As part of its continuing association with ABKCO Music & Records, Inc., Real Gone Music is proud to
    present the complete soundtrack to The Dance of Reality on LP, mastered by Joe Yannece and
    with lacquer cutting by Carl Rowatti at Trutone Mastering. The album jacket includes a number of production stills from the film. Alejandro Jodorowsky's tradition of
    remarkable film soundtracks lives on with The Dance of Reality.

    1. Ice-Cream
    2. The Clowns
    3. Tesosofo
    4. Ibañez Orgasm
    5. Carlito's Death
    6. The Wave
    7. Shoes Dance
    8. God Doesn't Exist
    9. Los Mineros
    10. BucÉfalo
    11. Jaime and BucÉfalo
    12. BucÉfalo Dies
    13. Bodisua
    14. JosÉ
    15. Aquilles
    16. The Midget
    Alejandro Jodorowsky
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    Reads Kaddish - A 20th Century American Ecstatic Narrative Poem

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    Along with Howl, Kaddish stands as one of Allen Ginsberg's most illustrious creations. Always a follower of popular trends in music, Ginsberg had spent parts of 1958 digging into Ray Charles' "I Got A Woman" - occasionally doing so while on morphine and methamphetamine. One evening, in this drug-induced state while cranking some Ray, Ginsberg began discussing his mother Naomi with his pal Zev Putterman. Putterman in turn, began reciting the traditional Hebrew "Kaddish" prayer for mourning the dead. Soon after, fueled by Dexedrine, LSD, and caffeine, Allen penned the majority of Kaddish. In early 1959, Kaddish received its debut performance at a poetry reading at Columbia University - in which Allen shared the bill with his lover Peter Orlovsky and fellow beat poet Gregory Corso. Over time, the manuscript was tweaked and adjusted until publication in April 1961 by City Lights. Then, in November 1964, with Orlovsky and Corso in tow, the trio performed several gigs at Harvard and Brandeis Universities, and it was at Brandeis where this recording was made. Released in 1966, Kaddish turned out to be the only record in Atlantic's spoken-word Verbum series; but if label head Jerry Wexler changed his mind about the imprint, he remained a big fan of the work, later telling Los Angeles historian Harvey Kubernik that Kaddish had stirred "the Yiddish currents in my own blood" and inspired "joy and anguish the exaltation that great poetry will bring on." Indeed, Kaddish is an intensely personal and moving work, capturing the complex relationship between Ginsberg, his mother, and his faith, and concluding with a heartrending description of her death. Real Gone Music is very proud to present the first-ever vinyl reissue of this landmark performance, in its original gatefold packaging with an added inner sleeve featuring new liner notes by Pat Thomas and memorabilia provided by the Allen Ginsberg estate over an hour of one of the towering figures in American poetry reading one of his greatest works.

    1. Kaddish Part 1
    2. Kaddish Part 2
    Allen Ginsberg
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    Shock Tactics

    Pressed On Crimson Loincloth Vinyl

    First-Ever Vinyl Reissue

    Limited To 700 Copies

    Of all the bands in the New Wave of British Heavy Metal movement, Samson takes the woulda/coulda/shoulda been big stars prize.

    The band's talent and theatricality were undeniable; guitarist and singer Paul Samson had replaced Bernie TormÉ (of Gillan fame) in the band Scrapyard before founding Samson, which soon enlisted the lead vocal talents of a certain Bruce Bruce a.k.a. Bruce Dickinson, soon to be of Iron Maiden. Throw in bassist Chris Aylmer and drummer Thunderstick, who performed inside a metal cage wearing a gimp style mask, and this was an outfit seemingly destined for big things.

    But, constant promotional gaffes (e.g. booking them on tour with an ill-matched Robin Trower) led the band to terminate their contract with management, who promptly brought an injunction keeping them off the road. Then, their label(Gem) went bankrupt; as Dickinson says, they made every mistake in the business.

    In the midst of all the turmoil, though, the band made its third and finest record, Shock Tactics, which was ably produced by AC/DC producer Tony Platt; but, as Iron Maiden was recording next door at Battery Studios in London, the two bands became friendly, and Dickinson left Samson for Iron Maiden just as Samson received big offers from A&M and RCA, which were instantly withdrawn upon his departure. So, classic music industry saga classic British Heavy Metal!

    Real Gone Music is proud to present Shock Tactics inCrimson Loincloth vinyl limited to 700 copies and including the original album insert-first-ever vinyl reissue!

    1. Riding With The Angels
    2. Earth Mother
    3. Nice Girl
    4. Blood Lust
    5. Go To Hell
    6. Bright Lights
    7. Once Bitten
    8. Grime Crime
    9. Communion
    Samson
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    Sefronia (180 Gram)

    180 Gram Black Vinyl

    Limited To 400 Copies

    Newly Remastered From The Original Master Tapes By Bill Inglot

    The list of '60s and '70s singer-songwriters is long and full of legends; but perhaps the most talented of that very talented bunch was Tim Buckley. Certainly when it came to singing Buckley was at the very top; his range was unmatched, capable of covering several octaves and acres of emotion in one breath, from sweet, tenor tenderness to hoarse, cracking anguish. And his songwriting showed a similar wide range; in the course of eight short years Buckley went from baroque, psychedelic folk rock to jazzy, even avant-garde ravings to blue-eyed soul.

    This extreme eclecticism, of course, worked against Buckley commercially; by the time his fans caught up to his latest stylistic change he was off on another. But it's also one of the reasons why his reputation has steadily grown in the years since his untimely death in 1975; countless listeners only familiar with his early Elektra albums have found themselves floored by his later output. Which is where we find ourselves with 1973's Sefronia, one of the most controversial albums of his career. Long-time fans decried this record as a sellout, and indeed its soft '70s funk feel is jarring to those used to his more adventurous work. But Buckley proves himself to be one helluva R&B singer on this album, which deserved a much larger audience than it got (by this time Buckley was on Frank Zappa and Herb Cohen's label DiscReet).

    Now, Real Gone Music is proud to present both Sefronia on vinyl for the first time since the late '80s, in a version newly remastered from the original master tapes by Bill Inglot. This release marks a significant upgrade in sound from what's heretofore been available, and to celebrate, we're offering a limited edition of 400 copies in audiophile 180-gram black vinyl. It's high time this album was reappraised; this vinyl release displays it at its very best!

    1. Dolphins
    2. Honey Man
    3. Because of You
    4. Peanut Man
    5. Martha
    6. Quicksand
    7. I Know I'd Recognize Your Face
    8. Stone in Love
    9. Sefronia--After Asklepiades, After Kafka
    10. Sefronia--The King's Chain
    11. Sally Go 'Round the Roses
    Tim Buckley
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    Look at the Fool (180 Gram)

    180 Gram Black Vinyl

    Limited To 400 Copies

    Newly Remastered From The Original Master Tapes By Bill Inglot

    The list of '60s and '70s singer-songwriters is long and full of legends; but perhaps the most talented of that very talented bunch was Tim Buckley. Certainly when it came to singing Buckley was at the very top; his range was unmatched, capable of covering several octaves and acres of emotion in one breath, from sweet, tenor tenderness to hoarse, cracking anguish. And his songwriting showed a similar wide range; in the course of eight short years Buckley went from baroque, psychedelic folk rock to jazzy, even avant-garde ravings to blue-eyed soul.

    This extreme eclecticism, of course, worked against Buckley commercially; by the time his fans caught up to his latest stylistic change he was off on another. But it's also one of the reasons why his reputation has steadily grown in the years since his untimely death in 1975; countless listeners only familiar with his early Elektra albums have found themselves floored by his later output. Which is where we find ourselves with 1974's Look at the Fool, the last record Buckley released during his lifetime and one of the most controversial albums of his career. Long-time fans decried this records as a sellout, and indeed its soft '70s funk feel is jarring to those used to his more adventurous work. But Buckley proves himself to be one helluva R&B singer on this album, which deserved a much larger audience than they got (by this time Buckley was on Frank Zappa and Herb Cohen's label DiscReet).

    Now, Real Gone Music is proud to present Look at the Fool on vinyl for the first time since the late '80s, in a version newly remastered from the original master tapes by Bill Inglot. This release marks a significant upgrade in sound from what's heretofore been available, and to celebrate, we're offering this record in audiophile 180-gram vinyl limited to 400 copies. It's high time this album was reappraised; this vinyl release displays it at its very best!

    1. Look at the Fool
    2. Bring It On Up
    3. Helpless
    4. Freeway Blues
    5. Tijuana Moon
    6. Ain't It Peculiar
    7. Who Could Deny You
    8. Mexicali Voodoo
    9. Down in the Street
    10. Wanda Lou
    Tim Buckley
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    You Can Get It If You Really Want (Pre-Order)

    Pressed On Black & Blue Marble Colored Vinyl


    Limited To 1000 Copies


    It took the 1972 release of the soundtrack to The Harder They Come to break Desmond Dekker internationally, but the King of Ska already was a legend in his own land of Jamaica, where songs like "007 (Shanty Town)" and "Rudie Got Soul" made him the face of the rude boy culture (and influenced several generations of British mods and rockers). This 1970 record, his first for the Trojan label, features Dekker's irresistible version of the Jimmy Cliff tune "You Can Get It If You Really Want," which went to #2 on the UK charts, as well as another hit, "Pickney Gal." We're reissuing this cornerstone ska/rocksteady classic on black & blue marble vinyl limited to 1000 copies first-ever reissue on wax!

    1. You Can Get It If You Really Want
    2. I Believe
    3. Perseverance
    4. Get Up Little Suzie
    5. Peace on the Land
    6. Cindy
    7. Pickney Gal
    8. You Got Soul
    9. Coomyah
    10. That's the Way Life Goes
    11. Peace of Mind
    12. Polka Dot
    Desmond Dekker
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    Songs For Rounders

    The late 50s. A time of crushing conformity. Of well-manicured lawns, white picket fences, and men in grey flannel suits. Not in Hank Thompsons world. With its tales of drunkenness, prostitution , drug abuse, gambling and vagrancynot to mention one of the most notorious album covers in the history not just of country music, but of all popular musicThompsons 1959 LP Songs for Rounders remains one of countrys most essential albums. It all started
    when Thompson brought Ken Nelson, Capitols head of country A&R at the time, a song he often featured in his live performances called Cocaine Blues. Nelson told him there was no way the song would ever get any airplay as a single, but suggested it might work as part of an album concept.
    Thompson then proceeded to round up a collection of tunes taken from every walk of American popular song and every walk of American lifelike the walk taken in Dallas red light district in Deep Elm. The spirit of the album even extended to the photo shoot. After the cover shots were taken in the morning, Thompson spent the rest of the day in the studio recording. He then went down the street to a bar and found one of the women who had posed with him. She had been drinking since the shoot had ended. She didnt even remember him. This Real Gone vinyl reissue offers the optimum way to experience this landmark album. Remastered by Maria Triana at Battery Studios in New York, cut by Peter Black at FM Mastering, and and manufactured on 160-gram vinyl at Bill Smith Custom Records, this release features the stereo mix of Songs for Rounders, as this record was not only Hanks first stereo recording but also one of the earliest country albums to be released in stereo (just wait til you hear some of those sparkling Merle Travis leads)!


    And, we have included an album-size insert with a full-color reproduction of the album cover suitable for framing on one side and notes from Grammy®-winning liner note writer Colin Escott on the other. Essential American music released in its original format, with improved packaging to boot.

    1. Three Times Seven
    2. I'll Be a Bachelor Till I Die
    3. Drunkard's Blues
    4. Teach 'Em How to Swim
    5. Dry Bread
    6. Cocaine Blues
    7. Deep Elm
    8. Bummin' Around
    9. Little Blossom
    10. Rovin' Gambler
    11. Left My Gal in the Mountains
    12. May I Sleep in Your Barn Tonight Mister?
    Hank Thompson
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  • Doug Sahm And Band Doug Sahm And Band Quick View

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    Doug Sahm And Band


    Limited Edition Of 1000 Copies


    Pressed On Gold Vinyl


    Produced By Jerry Wexler & Arif Mardin


    Doug Sahm's first solo record was something of a coming out party, a big budget affair that let the world know what the insiders already knew: that Doug Sahm was a quintessentially American musical visionary. After The Sir Douglas Quintet concluded its contract with Smash/Mercury, Jerry Wexler convinced Sahm to sign with Atlantic and brought him to New York for the sessions that were to become Doug Sahm and Band. To call the personnel that Wexler and co-producer Arif Mardin assembled for the album star-studded is a severe understatement: among the musicians on this 1972 release were Dr. John, David Fathead Newman, David Bromberg, and Flaco JimÉnez (the first in a series of collaborations with Doug); Sir Doug stalwarts Augie Meyers, Jack Barber, and George Rains; and, of course, Bob Dylan, who contributes a hitherto-unheard song (Wallflower).


    It is a testament to Sahm's boundless talent that all of these stellar musicians wanted to play with him; it's even more of a testament that despite all of the formidable artists in the room, and despite the fact that Sahm only wrote three of the album's 12 tunes, Doug Sahm and Band never sounds like anything but a Doug Sahm record. And a hell of a good one, too, highlighted by the anthemic (Is Anybody Going to) San Antone and the brilliant Willie Nelson cover Me and Paul. This turned out to be Doug's only charting solo album, but he was never about the money. What mattered to Doug was the groove, and this record has it in every one of 'em. Real Gone Music is proud to present the first-ever vinyl reissue of this classic record, limited to 1000 gold vinyl copies. A must for your American music collection.

    1. (Is Anybody Going To) San Antone
    2. It's Gonna Be Easy
    3. Your Friends
    4. Poison Love
    5. Wallflower
    6. Dealer's Blues
    7. Faded Love
    8. Blues Stay Away from Me
    9. Papa Ain't Salty
    10. Me and Paul
    11. Don't Turn Around
    12. I Get Off
    Doug Sahm
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    The Adventures Of Panama Red

    Purple Colored Vinyl


    1000 Only Limited Edition


    f there was ever any doubt that the New Riders of the Purple Sage were the ultimate hippie country rock band-and having had Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh and Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead as early members meant that there wasn't much-The Adventures of Panama Red put them to rest. This 1973 album's loosely connected tall tales of drug culture, complete with the album's underground comic book graphics, ensured that this gatefold record was a long-time dorm room favorite for separating out those stems and seeds. But Panama Red (their only gold record) had a lot more going for it than just countercultural kicks-the band, by now consisting of John Dawson, David Nelson, Dave Torbert, pedal steel ace Buddy Cage and Jefferson Airplane drummer Spencer Dryden-was much tighter than any outfit this stoned had a right to be, and with songwriting contributions from Peter Rowan (the hit "Panama Red" and "Lonesome L.A. Cowboy") and Robert Hunter ("Kick in the Head") as well as from the band's own fine tunesmiths in Dawson and Torbert, the songs were of a uniformly high quality. Production by multi-instrumentalist Norbert Putnam, charts by the Memphis Horns and vocal contributions by Buffy Sainte-Marie and Donna Godchaux helped enshrine this record as one of the finest country-rock outings of the '70s. Now, Real Gone Music is reissuing this classic album for the first time on vinyl, remastered by Vic Anesini at Battery Studios in NYC and lacquer cut by Kevin Gray, with a limited edition pressing of 1000 in-what else?-purple vinyl, with the original gatefold album and inner sleeve graphics (with lyrics) intact. Time to add to your stash of essential '70s vinyl!

    1. Panama Red (Album Version)
    2. It's Alright with Me
    3. Lonesome L.A. Cowboy (Album Version)
    4. Important Exportin Man (Album Version)
    5. One Too Many Stories (Album Version)
    6. Kick In the Head
    7. You Should Have Seen Me Runnin (Album Version)
    8. Teardrops In My Eyes (Album Version)
    9. L.A. Lady (Album Version)
    10. Thank the Day
    11. Cement, Clay and Glass
    New Riders of the Purple Sage
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