Judee Sill

Songs Of Rapture And Redemption: Rarities & Live

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Run Out Groove Vinyl

About this item

Judee Sill may not have been commercially successful in her short recording stint, but her influence looms large with recording artists such as Warren Zevon, Andy Partridge, Liz Phair, Beth Orton, Bill Callahan, Bonnie Prince Billy and more having covered her songs.

The Turtles recorded “Lady-O” in 1969, two years before Sill’s 1971 debut album on Asylum Records contained that song.

This brand new collection includes demos and live recordings that are making their debut on the vinyl format and have never sounded better.

With new artwork, liner notes and our typical deluxe packaging, this limited ROG release should not be missed. 


Intro/The Vigilante
Enchanted Sky Machines
The Archetypal Man
Crayon Angels
The Lamb Ran Away With The Crown
Jesus Was A Cross Maker
The Pearl
The Phoenix
Jesus Was A Cross Maker (Home Demo)
The Desperado (Outtake From The Heart Food Sessions)
The Kiss
Down Where The Valleys Are Low
The Donor
Soldier Of The Heart
The Phoenix
The Vigilante
The Pearl
There’s A Rugged Road

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