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Toto

Live In Tokyo

    THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2020 RELEASE AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY AS PART OF THE OCTOBER 24TH DROP DAY AT 6PM.
    LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

    Toto’s well-honed musical craftsmanship helped sell more than 40 million albums in their four decades together.

    In 1980, the band embarked on their first tour of japan, forming a lifelong bond with fans in that country who adored their polished west coast rock style. for the first time as a standalone release, the live in tokyo 1980 ep captures the original line-up of the band – vocalist bobby kimball, guitarist steve lukather, keyboardists david paich and steve porcaro, bassist david hungate and drummer jeff porcaro – performing four tracks from their then-new sophomore album hydra (plus the unreleased track “runaway”) during that historic trek.

    Pressed on Red LP Vinyl.

    TRACK LISTING

    “st. George And The Dragon”
    “mama”
    “tale Of A Man”
    “white Sister”
    “runaway”

    Prefab Sprout

    I Trawl The Megahertz

      Conceived and recorded after Paddy was diagnosed with a medical condition that seriously affected his vision, the album is a testament to the healing power of music.

      Remastered and complete with new artwork and liner notes from Paddy himself.

      STAFF COMMENTS

      David says: The year is 1999 and Prefab Sprout main man, Paddy McAloon, finds himself nearly blind after surgery to reattach his retinas. Unable to either write songs or read, he spends his time listening to short-wave radio, recording snippets from the phone-ins and documentaries that will engender ‘I Trawl The Megahertz’.
      When it came out in 2003 Paddy, now fully recovered, had decided it was too personal a piece of work to be released under the Prefab Sprout moniker. Worried that an audience expecting a follow up to ‘Cars And Girls’ might be a little nonplussed by his new direction, it appeared as a solo album. Like cotton in a blizzard the record scattered into the ether and was, for the most part, largely forgotten.
      Not only is ‘I Trawl The Megahertz’ entirely unlike anything recorded by Prefab Sprout, it’s unlike anything recorded in pop. The record’s otherworldly mixture of samples and soaring, Debussy inspired classical interludes has more in common with one of those epic, old Hollywood films that you’d watch for hours on a rainy Sunday afternoon than anything you might hear on the radio, either then or now.

      TRACK LISTING

      1. I Trawl The Megahertz
      2. Esprit De Corps
      3. Fall From Grace
      4. We Were Poor….
      5. Orchid 7
      6. I’m 49
      7. Sleeping Rough
      8. Ineffable
      9. …but We Were Happy

      Bob Dylan

      Highway 61 Revisited - Legacy Vinyl Edition

        'Highway 61 Revisited' is a landmark - recorded in 1965, during the same tumultuous summer that had seen him plugging in his electric guitar at the Newport Folk Festival, "Highway 61 Revisited" is Bob Dylan diving head-first into the rock and roll maelstrom, backed by the studio prowess of Al Kooper, Michael Bloomfield and others on such devastating classics as the epochal "Like A Rolling Stone". Essential!!


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