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  • Flatlanders - Treasure Of Love (Ltd, 2LP) (LP)

    37,00

    Almost 50 years after the sessions that would make them an ”accidental Texas supergroup” (Rolling Stone), The Flatlanders have return with Treasure of Love, their first new album in more than a decade. Completed during COVID-19 lockdowns with the help of longtime friend and collaborator Lloyd Maines, the record finds the iconic trio of Joe Ely, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, and Butch Hancock in classic form, serving up a rollicking collection of twang-fueled, harmony-laden performances full of wry humor and raw heartbreak. While a few songs here are never-before-heard originals, the vast majority of the tracklist consists of tunes the band picked up during their half-century together, some stretching as far back as the group’s earliest performances in the honkytonks around Lubbock, TX, where you might have spotted Willie Nelson or Townes Van Zandt in the audience.

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  • Crowell Rodney - Triage (180 gram) (LP)

    27,00

    A writer known for the universal and literary quality of his writing, Triage is a departure, a revealing album that Rodney Crowell has called his most personal to date. This is no small statement from such a prolific and acclaimed musician, a man who has stacked up 15 No. 1 hits including 6 of his own, and dozens of others for an impressively diverse array of artists including Emmylou Harris, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Keith Urban, Bob Seger, Etta James, Grateful Dead and many others. This new collection of songs was written during the great political, climate and economic upheaval that has marked recent years. The noise of that chaos encouraged the songwriter to go inside for solace and answers. The result is this series of songs that contend with these themes but approach them from a place of healing love and solution. That they are being released while we find ourselves walking through a global pandemic, is a gift of perfect timing.

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  • Collie Mark - Book Of My Blue (2LP) (LP)

    35,00

    Mark Collie presents the adventures of the Rockabilly Hitman in – ”Book Of My Blues”, a ground-breaking multi-media Graphic Album. This smokey fifteen song project chronicles the tale of Jessie Wayne Har- din aka the ”Rockabilly Hit-man”. The audience joins this journey of misadventure as Hardin balances the moral scales of good and evil in the service of rock and roll. Accompanying this revolutionary album is a three chapter graphic novel with the original story by Mark Collie and Jonathon Hensleigh (Armageddon, The Punisher) and written by Hensleigh. The story of the Book of My Blues springs to life through music and graphic images in what is sure to become a collector’s classic.

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  • McNally Shannon - The Waylon Sessions (LP)

    29,00

    Recorded with an all-star band and featuring special guests like Jessi Colter, Buddy Miller, Rodney Crowell, and Lukas Nelson, Shannon McNally’s extraordinary collection, The Waylon Sessions, isn’t so much a tribute to Waylon Jennings as it is a recontextualization: a nuanced, feminine rendering of a catalog long considered a bastion of hetero-masculinity. That’s not to say McNally has a softer, gentler take on the songs of Jennings and his outlaw compatriots here; in fact, just the opposite. Over and over again, she manages to locate a smoldering intensity – a searing hurt buried deep within the music’s deceptively simple poetry – and she hones in on it with a surgical precision. McNally doesn’t swap pronouns or couch her delivery with a wink; she simply plays it straight, singing her truth as a divorced single mother in her 40’s in all it’s beauty, pain, and power. The result is that rare covers record that furthers our understanding of the originals, an album of classics that challenges our perceptions and assumptions about just what made them classics in the first place.

    Wow! onpas loistava albumi. Tribute albumi Waylonille tai sit ei, mut toimii.

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  • Vincent Neil Emerson - Same (LP)

    27,00

    Vincent Neil Emerson is a torchbearer of the Texas songwriter tradition. He channels the straightforward truth-telling and resonance of his songwriting heroes in Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, and Steve Earle into something fresh and distinctly his own. Where his 2019 debut Fried Chicken and Evil Women proved that he is one of the most reverent students of country and Western musical traditions, his follow-up LP, the masterful Rodney Crowell-produced Vincent Neil Emerson, is a brave step forward that solidifies his place as one of music’s most compelling and emotionally clarifying storytellers. His songs are cathartic and bluntly honest, never mincing words or dancing around uncomfortable truths.

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  • Jenny Don't And The Spurs - Fire On The Ridge

    27,00

    The third full length release from Portland’s Honky Tonk/Rockabilly anti-heroes, Jenny Don’t And The Spurs, showcases the diverse array of musical styles from which the band draws it’s influences. With 11 tracks clocking in at under 33 minutes, there isn’t a wasted second as the band switches from blistering barn-burners (”Train Ticket”, ”Be The Only One”) to rambling westerns (”Fire On The Ridge”) to Patsy Cline style ballads (”Friday Night”).

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  • JP Harris' Dreadful Wind & Rain - Don’t You Marry No Railroad Man (LP)

    29,90

    JP Harris has a secret: his name is actually ”Squash.” Long before Harris became a well regarded honky-tonker, he used his childhood nickname while playing archaic ”old-time” American tunes at underground fiddlers’ gatherings, engrossed in this punkish folk music world. Don’t You Marry No Railroad Man, his debut recording of traditional music under the moniker JP Harris’ Dreadful Wind and Rain, features ten tracks spanning the breadth of American old-time repertoire. Harris wades between ancient ballads that traveled from the British Isles to Appalachia like ”Barbry Ellen,” to droning banjo ditties such as Hobart Smith’s entrancing ”Last Chance,” here played on one of Harris’ coveted homemade banjos. Harris also works as a serious carpenter which adds a unique authenticity to his versions of the classic ”House Carpenter” and lesser known ”The Little Carpenter.” Alongside Harris’ haunting vocals, the album prominently features the low-tuned fiddle and harmony singing of his longtime friend and Old Crow Medicine Show member Chance McCoy, who produced the record at his West Virginia studio in an old barn. On this sparse and arresting recording, Harris isn’t mining his roots as a marketing pitch, he has the chops to back it up. In fact, this collection of songs made him who he is today. Welcome home ”Squash.”

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  • Coe David Allan - Biketoberfest ’01: Live From The Iron Horse Saloon (LP)

    29,00

    (Anniversary Edition, LIMITED EDITION)

    If there’s ever been a way to describe David Allan Coe, it’s got to be his ability to defy categorization. With over six decades of following his musical muse wherever it’s led, this craggy voiced outlaw has crossed the panorama of American roots music. As well as being a singer, guitarist, songwriter, David is also a magician and a ventriloquist, deep sea treasure hunter, and movie star. His movies included Stagecoach, The Last Days Of Frank and Jesse James, Lady Grey, Buckstone County Prison, Take This Job and Shove It, to mention a few. David signed with Sun Records in 1968 and recorded his first album Penitentiary Blues, all songs that David had written in prison. In 1973, Columbia Records bought David’s contract from Sun Records and he recorded his first Columbia album, titled ”The Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy”, several years before Glen Campbell had a hit with the song, ”Rhinestone Cowboy. ”Much has been written about David’s past and his lifestyle, but not much about his achievements over the years. From performing on Farm Aid to touring with Neil Young, Kid Rock and Willie Nelson. David’s song, ”Take This Job and Shove It” has received multi-million airplays certificate from BMI. His ”Greatest Hits” album is multi-platinum and his ”First Ten Years” album is gold. David has had sixty three songs on the Billboard Singles Charts, including, ”Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile”, ”The Ride”, ”Please Come To Boston”, ”Willie, Waylon and Me”, ”Jack Daniels If You Please” and ”You Never Even Called Me By My Name” to name a few. David has written songs for Johnny Paycheck, Tanya Tucker, George Jones, Willie Nelson, Leon Russell, Charlie Louvin, Del Reeves, Tamy Wynette, Melba Montgomery, Stoney Edwards, The Oak Ridge Boys and Kid Rock. Both ”Would You Lay With Me” and ”Take This Job and Shove It” are multi- million seller songs penned by David. Johnny Cash has also recorded David’s songs including ”Would You Lay With Me” on his chart topping album entitled, Cash. David has been through a lot in his life but has manage

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  • Pine Hill Haints - 13 (LP)

    22,00

    Believed to be the 13th album by the Alabama Ghost Country Music disciples, The Pine Hill Haints… delving into early indigenous music (Wolves O Howlin) of the lower Appalachians and also early music of the Caribbean Coast by way of Acadia (The Pistol Knows the Reason) and a host of songs self-penned (Way Down in Mobile Town, Black Bird Song, and others) by the haints, written and bathed in the light of moon across the highways and dance halls of the road, delivered here.

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  • Hiatt John with The Jerry Douglas Band - Leftover Feelings (LP)

    25,00

    2021 release. In the midst of a global pandemic, John Hiatt walked into Historic RCA Studio B to record a record. Hiatt teamed up with multi-Grammy award winning artist and producer, Jerry Douglas and his band, The Jerry Douglas Band. The result of those sessions would be the album, Leftover Feelings. There’s no drummer, yet these grooves are deep and true. And while the up-tempo songs are, as ever, filled with delightful internal rhyme and sly aggression, the Jerry Douglas Band’s empathetic musicianship nudges Hiatt to performances that are startlingly vulnerable. In life, leftover feelings can remain unresolved. Explicated in a place of history, a place of comfort. A sacred place, if you believe the documentation of human expression to be a holy thing. Here are Hiatt and Douglas, creating love songs and road songs, sly songs and hurt songs. Their songs, and now our songs. Leftover feelings that edify and sustain.

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  • Pine Hill Haints - The Song Companion Of A Lonestar Cowboy (LP)

    27,00

    On the Pine Hill Haints’ latest long-player, The Song Companion of a Lonestar Cowboy, they go there and to other colorful places on the Americana and Appalachian trail. The fifteen song sequence kicks off with ”Fall Asleep” and ”Back to Alabama,” a fiery pair of rockabilly-meets-Irish-jig rave-ups, then winds through standout tracks like the Bo Diddley-grooved ”Pretty Thing,” a pounding tom-tom and fiddle take on the traditional ”John Henry” and the catchy, cajun-flavored squeezebox pop of ”Lone Star Kid.” There are excursions into Sun Records-style country (”Midnight Mayor” and ”Louise”) and swampy blues (the saw-singing ”Wade in the Water” and ”Downtown Blues,” which features guest J.D. Wilkes on harmonica).

    Throughout, Barrier’s strong tenor voice rings familiar and friendly, with deep echoes of everything from John Lee Hooker to Buddy Holly to Johnny Cash. And the band plays with a sense of abandon that comes from thousands of gigs behind them. It all sounds deceptively simple, but anyone who plays music knows better. The Pine Hill Haints do something very few roots bands can, which is to transcend influences and sculpt age-old sounds into soul music for our time.

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  • Rose Esther - How Many Times [Explicit Content] (LP)

    27,00

    Esther Rose was in perpetual motion when she wrote How Many Times. In the span of two years, she moved three times, navigated the end of a relationship, and began touring more than ever. The New Orleans-based singer-songwriter used that momentum while she penned her third studio album. That’s why, as the album title’s nod to the cyclical nature of life implies, there’s a rush that accompanies How Many Times as if you’re experiencing an awakening, too.

    With the integrity of Dean Johnson, Faustina Masigat, and Kiki Cavazos serving as primary influences, Rose expands her alt-country sound into a blossoming world of folk pop, rustic americana, and tender harmonies. A collection of complete takes recorded live to tape with rich instrumentation, soul-tugging hooks, and resonating vocal melodies, How Many Times carries you into the room in which it was made. There to help realize this was co-producer Ross Farbe of synthpop band Video Age, who Rose also credits for bringing a stereo pop glow to these new songs. From opening for Nick Lowe on tour to being asked to sing on Jack White’s latest album, Rose’s journey through the past few years has been one of saying yes to new opportunities, all while nurturing and playing in bands in the New Orleans country music scene. The arrival of How Many Times is evidence of the sweeping growth Rose has undergone, both personally and artistically. She’s turning towards her troubles and facing them head-on, ready to feel whatever’s necessary in order to keep growing upwards and outwards.

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  • Downing Riley - Start It Over (LP)

    20,00

    Riley Downing (The Deslondes) sat down one day and decided he wanted to record a song or two for a simple 45. The Deslondes had been on a hiatus for a while and Downing had the creative itch to put something down on record. He had been in contact with his bandmate, John James Tourville and they decided to work on a split 7” with a friend.

    The recording session felt like a breath of fresh air and the communion of talented musicians produced more songs than expected. Downing left the session energized and continued to record and trade demo’s with Tourville. Downing and Tourville decided that there were enough ideas to make an album. There were not going to be any rules and nothing would be discarded. All notes and lyrics would be considered.

    Start It Over is the result of that creative effort. An album where each song was crafted with a different idea in mind. Some of the songs are more nostalgic than others and some were just written for good ol fashion fun. There is a romantic quality in each song. One song might help someone get through a hard time while one song might contribute to a good time. One song might bring up memories of a better time or just get you far enough down the road to start over.

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  • Giddens Rhiannon - They’re Calling Me Home (LP)

    27,00

    Rhiannon Giddens’ They’re Calling Me Home was recorded with Italian multi-instrumentalist Francesco Turris. Giddens and Turrisi, who both live in Ireland when they aren’t on tour, have been there since March 2020 due to the pandemic. The two expats found themselves drawn to the music of their native and adoptive countries of America, Italy, and Ireland during lockdown. Exploring the emotions brought up by the moment, Giddens and Turrisi decamped to Hellfire, a small studio on a working farm outside of Dublin, to record these songs over six days. The result is They’re Calling Me Home, a twelve-track album that speaks of the longing for the comfort of home as well as the metaphorical ”call home” of death, which has been a tragic reality for so many during the COVID-19 crisis.
    ILMESTYY 11.6.2021

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  • Blaze Foley - Live At The Austin Outhouse LP (LP)

    25,00

    Blaze Foley’s Outhouse Recordings. First Time on Vinyl.”

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  • Millsap Parker - Be Here Instead (LP)

    27,00

    The fifth album from Oklahoma-bred singer/songwriter Parker Millsap, Be Here Instead emerged from a wild alchemy of instinct, ingenuity, and joyfully determined rule-breaking. In a departure from the guitar-and-notebook-based approach to songwriting that shaped his earlier work, the Nashville-based artist followed his curiosity to countless other modes of expression, experimenting with everything from piano to effects pedals to old-school drum machines (a fascination partly inspired by the early-’70s innovations of Sly Stone and J.J. Cale).

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  • Ohora Zephaniah - Listening To The Music (Ltd, Gatefold) (LP)

    27,00

    This album is fantastic and is real country music. Zephaniah is the real deal and this album, produced by the great Neal Casal, is great.

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  • Pettersen Malin - Wildhorse (LP)

    27,00

    Malin Pettersen’s new album Wildhorse is a collection of traveling songs, and her career has definitely been acting like a wild horse lately. It is constantly taking her in new and different directions, delivering unknown opportunities and placing her in front of unfamiliar audiences. Her solo debut album landed her a Spellemann award (Norwegian Grammy) and widespread praise back home. But it was the mini-album Alonesome that catapulted her into many music lovers’ consciousness internationally.

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  • Dickerson Russell - Southern Symphony (LP)

    29,00

    2020 release, the sophomore album from singer/songwriter Russell Dickerson. Southern Symphony was co-produced with frequent collaborator Casey Brown and legendary producer Dann Huff. Includes the single ”Love You Like I Used To”.

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  • Earle Steve & the Dukes - J.T. (LP)

    29,00

    On August 20, 2020 the world lost an amazing light with the passing of Justin Townes Earle. Justin was a vibrant songwriter who could play the blues, country, and rock n roll all in the same song. In his short career, Justin released eight albums and one EP that all manage to sound classic and yet inventive. Justin’s father, Steve Earle, pays tribute to his son by recording an album of songs written by Justin titled, J.T.

    The album consists of ten Justin Townes Earle songs as well as one song written by Mr. Earle shortly after Justin’s passing. J.T. features fan favorites such as “Harlem River Blues,” “Far Away In Another Town” and “Champagne Corolla” along with lyrically heavy songs like, “The Saint of Lost Causes” and “Turn Out My Lights.”

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  • Yoakam Dwight - Population Me (Ltd, Blue) (LP)

    29,00

    2003 vuonna julkaistu albumi ekaa kertaa vinyylinä. BLUE vinyl! VERY LIMITED!

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