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John Lee Hooker

Burnin' - 2023 Reissue

    Celebrating the 60th anniversary of Hooker’s electrifying blues classic, Burnin’, this 180-gram reissue offers newly remastered audio from the original analog tapes. Featuring a stereo mix of the album, as it was first released in 1962, the set includes the King of the Boogie’s signature hit, “Boom Boom,” and features members of the legendary Funk Brothers (Motown Records’ celebrated house band). A tip-on jacket, which replicates Vee-Jay Records’ original designs, rounds out the package.

    This expanded 60th anniversary edition of Hooker’s electrifying blues classic, Burnin’, offers both stereo and newly mixed mono versions of the album. Audio has been remastered from the original analog tapes. The tracklist features the King of the Boogie’s signature hit, “Boom Boom,” plus a previously unreleased alternate take of “Thelma,” captured during Hooker’s 1961 session. Includes new liner notes by the GRAMMY®-nominated music historian, Bill Dahl, offered in an 8-page poster booklet. 


    LP Tracklisitng:
    Side A
    Boom Boom
    Lost A Good Girl
    A New Leaf
    Blues Before Sunrise
    Let’s Make It
    Side B
    I Got A Letter
    Drug Store Woman
    Keep Your Hands To Yourself
    What Do You Say 

    1. Boom Boom (Stereo)
    2. Process (Stereo)
    3. Lost A Good Girl (Stereo)
    4. A New Leaf (Stereo)
    5. Blues Before Sunrise (Stereo)
    6. Let’s Make It (Stereo)
    7. I Got A Letter (Stereo)
    8. Thelma (Stereo)
    9. Drug Store Woman (Stereo)
    10. Keep Your Hands To Yourself (Stereo)
    11. What Do You Say (Stereo)
    12. Thelma (Alternate Take)
    13. Boom Boom (Mono)
    14. Process (Mono)
    15. Lost A Good Girl (Mono)
    16. A New Leaf (Mono)
    17. Blues Before Sunrise (Mono)
    18. Let’s Make It (Mono)
    19. I Got A Letter (Mono)
    20. Thelma (Mono)
    21. Drug Store Woman (Mono)
    22. Keep Your Hands To Yourself (Mono)
    23. What Do You Say (Mono)

    Townes Van Zandt

    At My Window (Black Friday 22 Edition)



      35th anniversary edition of Townes Van Zandt’s first album on Sugar Hill Records. Lacquers cut by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio and pressed on sky blue vinyl.

      L.S. Dunes

      Past Lives

        Luminaries from rock's thriving post-punk, and hardcore scenes, guitarist Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance), guitarist Travis Stever (Coheed and Cambria), vocalist Anthony Green (Circa Survive), bassist Tim Payne (Thursday), and drummer Tucker Rule (Thursday/Yellowcard) have joined forces to create L.S. DUNES.

        Unshackled from the expectations and aesthetics of their already successful careers, L.S. DUNES super-charge their heavy anthems with punk energy into a sound unlike anything that has come before it. From the gripping, theatrical opener "2022," and the crunchy, frenetic earworm "Like Forever," to the pummeling, expansive "Permanent Rebellion,” and the disarming album closer, "Sleep Cult," Past Lives is an electrifying and emotional ride.

        Past Lives was produced by Will Yip (Turnstile, Circa Survive, Quicksand) and recorded at his Studio 4 Recording in Philadelphia, PA. Going deep on issues of fearlessness, dependency, nonconformity, and impermanence, writing for the album was a collaborative effort


        1. 2022 (4:30)
        2. Antibodies (3:29)
        3. Grey Veins (4:26)
        4. Like Forever (3:20)
        5. Blender (4:29)
        6. Past Lives (4:10)
        7. It Takes Time (3:26)
        8. Bombsquad (3:51)
        9. Permanant Rebellion (3:13)
        10. Grifter (4:42)
        11. Sleep Cult (3:45)

        Vince Guaraldi

        It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown - 2022 Reissue

          It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (Music from the Soundtrack) features some of the most iconic tracks in pop culture, including the instantly recognizable “Linus and Lucy,” as well as the languid, lyrical “Great Pumpkin Waltz.” The music was recorded on October 4, 1966 at Desilu’s Gower Street Studio in Hollywood, California by Guaraldi (piano) and his longtime friends and trio sidemen — bassist Monty Budwig and drummer Colin Bailey — joined by Emanuel Klein (trumpet), John Gray (guitar) and Ronald Lang (woodwinds). The entire scoring process was overseen by composer, arranger and conductor John Scott Trotter, well known for a three-decade run as Bing Crosby’s music director and close friend.

          The slowdown of the pandemic gave the Mendelson family, (Lee Mendelson was the Executive Producer of the TV Special), an opportunity to dig deep through their archives and they discovered what were previously thought to be lost to time: the original analog session reels for It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. What you will hear on most tracks of this new and improved “best” version of It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown are the musical cues as recorded by Vince and crew before they were edited for the television special, in show order, as well as a selection of alternate takes.


          Side A
          1. Linus And Lucy
          2. Graveyard Theme
          3. Snoopy And The Leaf/Frieda (With The Naturally Curly Hair)
          4. The Great Pumpkin Waltz
          5. Linus And Lucy (Reprise)
          6. Charlie Brown Theme/Charlie Brown Theme (Minor Theme)/Graveyard Theme (Reprise)
          7. The Great Pumpkin Waltz (Reprise)
          8. The Red Baron/Military Drum March
          9. The Great Pumpkin Waltz (2nd Reprise)/The Great Pumpkin Waltz (3rd Reprise)
          10. Graveyard Theme (Trick Or Treat) (2nd Reprise)
          11. Fanfare/Breathless/ Graveyard Theme (Trick Or Treat) (3rd Reprise)
          12. Charlie Brown Theme (Reprise)
          Side B
          1. Breathless (2nd Reprise)
          2. It’s A Long Way To Tipperary/There’s A Long, Long Trail A-Winding/Pack Up Your Troubles In Your Old Kit Bag/Roses Of Picardy
          3. Graveyard Theme (Trick Or Treat) (4th Reprise)
          4. Linus And Lucy (2nd Reprise)/Linus And Lucy (3rd Reprise)
          5. Charlie Brown Theme (2nd Reprise)
          6. Linus And Lucy (Alternate Take 1)
          7. Graveyard Theme (Alternate Take 1)
          8. Charlie Brown Theme (Alternate Reprise Take 1)
          9. Linus And Lucy (Alternate Take 2)
          10. The Great Pumpkin Waltz (Alternate Take 2)
          11. Linus And Lucy (Alternate Reprise Take 1)
          12. Charlie Brown Theme (Alternate Reprise Take 2)

          Valerie June

          Under Cover

            Acclaimed GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Valerie June presents Under Cover – a specially curated 8-track covers collection that contains singular interpretations of some of her favorite songs including previously unreleased versions of Mazzy Star’s “Fade Into You,” Frank Ocean’s “Godspeed,” Joe South’s “Don’t It Make You Want To Go Home,” Gillian Welch’s “Look At Miss Ohio,” and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ “Into My Arms.”

            Under Cover also includes two tracks from Valerie’s recently released (digital only) The Moon and Stars: Prescriptions For Dreamers Deluxe Edition: John Lennon’s “Imagine,” and Nick Drake’s “Pink Moon.” Dylan’s sublime “Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here with You,” which was only available as an Amazon Original exclusive, rounds out the set.

            TRACK LISTING

            Pink Moon (Nick Drake)
            Fade Into You (Mazzy Star)
            Look At Miss Ohio (Gillian Welch)
            Godspeed (Frank Ocean)
            Imagine (John Lennon)
            Don’t It Make You Want To Go Home (Joe South)
            Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You (Bob Dylan)
            Into My Arms (Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds)

            Creedence Clearwater Revival

            Live At The Albert Hall (RSD22 EDITION)


              For years, rumors have circulated about a long-lost Creedence recording, captured in 1970 during the bandís appearance at Londonís Royal Albert Hall. Now, more than 50 years later, fans can now a piece of rock 'n' roll lore with this collectible 7-inch.†Mirroring the original double-sided 45 released in 1970, Side A features the Albert Hall performance of ìTraveliní Band,î marking the debut release of this rare recording, while Side B offers ìWhoíll Stop the Rain,î live at Oakland Coliseum, CA.†

              Nubya Garcia


                'Multi award-winning saxophonist and composer Nubya Garcia is back with her much anticipated debut album, "Source". Her first release on Concord Records, under the iconic Concord Jazz imprint. The album follows her 2018 self-released EP, "When We Are", the title track of which was described as “effervescent” by The New York Times and named one of NPR’s Best Songs of 2018. Her debut EP, "Nubya’s 5ive", released in 2017, was hailed as “exceptional” by The Vinyl Factory and sold out on vinyl within 24 hours. In 2018, Garcia also featured on five of the nine tracks on "We Out Here", the Brownswood compilation project celebrating London’s young and exciting jazz scene.

                She won the Jazz FM Breakthrough Act of the Year Award and the Sky Arts Breakthrough Act of the Year Award in 2018, and the Jazz FM UK Jazz Act of the Year Award in 2019. A collection of sonic mantras to live by, "Source" is a deeply personal offering in which Garcia maps cartographies around the coordinate points of her identity, her family histories, grief, afro-diasporic connections and collectivism. "Source" is fundamentally about getting grounded within yourself, so that you can be present with others. It's about a realization of personal and collective power: the evolution of the saxophonist’s values as she re-connects with herself, her roots and her community. Garcia digs deep to present an album with a global outlook: from London to Bogota, Caura to Georgetown, it's a record drawing inspiration from the many places Garcia calls home. 

                STAFF COMMENTS

                Millie says: Nubya Garcia has been leading the way in the nu-jazz world, her incredible new album Source is uplifting and powerful and has been one I’ve been looking forward to for a long time now – the wait is over!

                TRACK LISTING

                The Message Continues
                Together Is A Beautiful Place To Be
                Stand With Each Other
                Inner Game
                La Cumbia Me Esta Llamando (feat La Perla)
                Before Us: In Demerara & Caura 
                Boundless Beings (feat Akenya)

                Nathaniel Rateliff has written and recorded his first solo record since the explosive debut of his work together with The Night Sweats. And It’s Still Alright, is an intensely personal 10-song album of vibrant country-blues, badland ballads, ornate Americana and jazz-inflected R&B. Rateliff’s warm baritone, ranging from gently hushed to a guttural howl, imbues these superbly drawn character studies with raw, naked emotion.

                And It’s Still Alright was produced by Rateliff, Night Sweats’ drummer Patrick Meese and James Barone of the indie band, Beach House and primarily recorded at National Freedom in Cottage Grove, Oregon, the studio formerly owned by the late Richard Swift (who produced both Night Sweats recordings). While Rateliff, Meese and Barone handled much of the album’s instrumentation, several friends make contributions including Night Sweats’ guitarist Luke Mossman; bassist Elijah Thomson (of the indie band Everest); keyboardist Daniel Creamer (of The Texas Gentlemen); steel guitarist Eric Swanson (touring musician for Israel Nash) and renowned string arranger Tom Hagerman (of the instrumental vocal ensemble DeVotchKa), whose delicate orchestrations beautifully complement the album’s deep emotional terrain.

                And It’s Still Alright’s many highlights include album opener “What A Drag,” which sketches a vivid portrait of a disconnected relationship, “Tonight #2,” a haunting, end-of-the-world waltz, “Time Stands,” detailing an epic, desperate struggle for love and the elegiac "Rush On," a heart-breaking requiem for Swift.

                Unguarded and unflinchingly real, Nathaniel Rateliff’s And It’s Still Alright expands on the sounds and styles he’s used to great affect across both his band and solo careers.

                STAFF COMMENTS

                Barry says: Drifting acoustic ballads and Rateliff's trademark gravelly drawl work in perfect union his latest outing, 'And It's Still Alright'. An intoxicating and heady listen, and a brilliant way to unwind after a long day.

                TRACK LISTING

                1. What A Drag
                2. And It’s Still Alright
                3. All Or Nothing
                4. Expecting To Lose
                5. Tonight #2
                6. Mavis
                7. You Need Me
                8. Time Stands
                9. Kissing Our Friends
                10. Rush On

                Hardest rocking Leeds quartet Pulled Apart By Horses return with their first new music since the release of 2014’s ‘Blood’ album. Back with a brand new track, ‘The Big What If’ (recorded at McCall Sound in Sheffield with Ross Orton), a UK tour in March and April of 2017 and much more to come besides, Pulled Apart By Horses are once again ready to give those jams a massive kicking.

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