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  • Williams Hank - I’m Gonna Sing: The Mother’s Best Gospel Radio Recordings 3LP (LP)

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    I’m Gonna Sing: The Mother’s Best Gospel Radio Recordings — Hank Williams

    Hank Williams’ career was brief and incendiary. Most of those fortunate enough to have seen him in concert say that he was a captivating performer. Now, sixty years after his passing, we finally get a sense of Hank Williams onstage, adding another dimension to our scant knowledge of him. Still popular today, he’s a giant in American music.

    DESTINED TO SURVIVE: The performances heard here were recorded on acetate discs (meant to be played only once or twice) that were shelved in 1951, and they gradually faded from common memory. In the 1970s the acetates were saved from the trash by a WSM employee and eventually given to Hank’s daughter, Jett. On behalf of the estate, Jett fought an eight-year battle to establish ownership, finally winning the right to release these recordings in partnership with Time Life.

    “There’s magic in these radio shows, meant to be ephemeral and now captured for eternity, like a soap bubble preserved in a box. The result is a prismatic view of an iconic performer.”

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  • Nelson Willie - A Beautiful Time (LP)

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    Willie is back with his 72nd solo studio album. A full-fledged album of new studio material produced with long-time collaborator Buddy Cannon, it comes on Willie’s 89th birthday and shows off just how prolific he continues to be as the album includes some of his finest songwriting and performances in years! The 14 tracks include five amazing new Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon compositions, new songs from Chris Stapleton & Rodney Crowell (the first single ”I’ll Love You Till The End Of Time”) and a cadre of top Nashville songwriters, plus a couple of plum covers by Leonard Cohen (”Tower Of Song”) and The Beatles (”With A Little Help From My Friends”) given expert interpretation by Willie.

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  • Various - It’s A Rough Old Road To Travel – The Existential Psychodrama In Country Music: Volume II (1964-1974) (LP)

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    Coloured Vinyl, Gatefold Sleeve, Limited Edition. Samaa sarjaa kuin Hillbillies in Hell!

    Existential Psychodrama In Country Music Vol.2 is a compilation of Coloured Vinyl, Gatefold Sleeve, Limited Edition country tracks released as LP on 23 Apr 2022.

    Strictly Limited Edition Deluxe Gatefold LP with exclusive scholarly liner notes by Alvin Lucia!
    Full dynamic range 2022 remasters direct from the first generation analogue master tapes!

    Limited Edition 500 LPs
    250 ‘Windswept Heartache’ Milky Clear LPs!
    250 ‘Soul Necrosis’ Black LPs! (randomly inserted)

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  • Various - Hillbillies In Hell Vol. 13 (RSD, red splatter) (LP)

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    Aussie 22 Random Coloured Vinyl! Hiukan myöhässä, mutta ainakin nyt tulee. Taattua sarjaa!

    Limited to 666 copies
    222 (randomly inserted) ‘Revelation Red’ LPs
    222 (randomly inserted) ‘Mark Of The Beast’ Splatter LPs
    122 (randomly inserted) ‘Final Night’ Black LPs
    100 ’Diablo’s Smoke’ Private Member’s Edition!

    Deluxe gatefold sleeve.
    Full dynamic range 2021 remasters direct from the first generation analogue master tapes.

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  • Various - Corn Fed Volume 7 (LP)

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    (Limited Edition of 500 – RED WAX !!!)

    Yet another helpin’ of Hick Country Bop & Rural Rockabilly goodness. 16 Primitive Krusty, Klunky Country Boppers and Primitive Rockabilly Sloppers
    None of the Sixteen tracks here have been comp’d on Vinyl before and most of the tracks appear for the first time on any format.

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  • Everly Brothers - Hey Doll Baby (RSD) (LP)

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    Hey Doll Baby is a newly remastered 17-track compilation that collects some of the lesser-known, buried treasures in the Everly Brothers’ rich catalog with songs assembled by Adria Petty, Tom Petty’s daughter, who worked closely with both Everly families on the project, with help from Phil’s widow Patti and son Jason, who provided track-by-track commentary for the liner notes, as well as Don Everly, prior to his passing last summer, and his widow Adela. Hey Doll Baby holds the bittersweet distinction of being the final project Don worked on. Hey Doll Baby will make its debut for Record Store Day 2022 on April 23 as a limited edition on baby-blue vinyl.

    Quantity: 4500
    Release type: RSD Exclusive Release

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  • Nelson Willie - Live At The Texas Opry House, 1974 (RSD) 2LP (LP)

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    Recorded over the course of two nights in 1974, just a few months after Phases and Stages was released, these early concerts by the newly-minted Willie Nelson Family Band were meant to capture the sound and feel of the burgeoning Outlaw Country scene in Austin, TX. Produced by Jerry Wexler, the album was scrapped at the time and was only released on CD in 1992 and in this complete form in 2006 on the The Complete Atlantic Sessions. The set captures a rising star twelve years in the making, whose fame and fortune lurked just around the corner.
    This Record Store Day release marks its first time on vinyl.

    Quantity: 8500
    Release type: RSD Exclusive Release

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  • Parton Dolly - Run, Rose, Run (Ltd) (LP)

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    Country/Bluegrass album, Run, Rose, Run that will be released along with a novel co-written with the famed author, James Patterson, sharing the title Run Rose Run. The 12 songs were inspired by the book storyline and feature Country and Bluegrass artists; Joe Nichols, Rhonda Vincent, The Issacs, and Dailey & Vincent. Dolly & James will be doing book and album promotions together – presenting a unique co-marketing opportunity.

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  • Hutchins Loney - Buried Loot – Demos From The House Of Cash And ”Outlaw” Era, ’73-’78 (2LP) (LP)

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    From product description: ”From Hutchins’s time managing the House of Cash publishing label in the 1970″s. In addition to his vas catalog of traditional country music, there are songs never before heard by Hazel Smith and Helen Carter, as well as Johnny Cash penned tunes recorded for the first time. Featuring an A-team of some of Music City’s finest session players, ’Buried Loot’ is a time capsule from an exciting era of creativity in country music. Pressed on 180 gram vinyl in a gatefold cover with extensive liner notes and photos. Mastered by Grammy nominated engineer and archivist, John Baldwin.”

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  • Buck Owens / You’re For Me

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    ”Two Original Capitol Albums from 1961 & 1962”

    One original album per side.
    Each side contains around 28 minutes of music.

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  • Davis Skeeter & Porter Wagoner - Sing Duets (LP)

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    Reissue Of RCA LPM-2529 + bonus songs by Skeeter Davis (Solo)

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  • Hutchins Loney - Appalachia (re-mastered) (LP)

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    Appalachia, the sole, full length album from Loney Hutchins’s most productive era in the 1970’s. Recorded over 3 days in 1979 at Lee Hazen’s Studio by the Pond by Jack ’Stack-a-Track’ Grochmal – the resulting country rock album was too folksy for LA and too electric for Nashville. Featuring a rhythm section from Dolly Parton’s live band during her ’Jolene’ period, and searing hot country licks, this reissue is restored from the original 2″ multitrack tapes to its original 10 songs, including two never before heard tracks.

    Available for the first time on CD & LP, only previously released on cassette in the early 80’s. All the fidelity of a Steve Miller album, the choogle of ZZ Top, the modern country swagger of Eddie Rabbit, and all the mullets of then-bur-geoning groups like Alabama.

    Hear this electric neon country-rock album, and see why it was too country for LA and too rock for Nashville!

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  • Paycheck Johnny - Uncovered: The First Recordings (RSD) (LP)

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    Event: RSD DROPS 2021 – July 17
    Release Date: 7/17/2021
    Format: LP
    Label: Lightning Rod Records
    Quantity: 3000
    Release type: RSD Drops 2021 Jul 17th

    Early in Johnny Paycheck’s pre-fame career, he toured as a sideman and bassist for George Jones in the early 1960s. At that time, he entered a recording studio in an attempt to secure a record deal as a solo artist. The recordings have been long forgotten and unheard until now. The Adams Brothers, who gained notoriety on Mike Judge’s Tales From The Tour Bus episode on Paycheck, produced the songs and worked as Paycheck’s band. These recordings showcase Paycheck’s considerable talent long before the music world took notice.

    Paycheck performs songs by some of country music’s most iconic songwriters such as Cowboy Jack Clement, Mel Tillis, and Bill Anderson. Step back in time and listen to uncovered country music history.

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  • Nelson Willie - A Beautiful Time (LP)

    25,00

    Willie Nelsonia ei pysäytä mikään, ja hyvä niin. Sarjajulkaisija Nelson julkaisee huhtikuun 29. päivä uuden albumin nimeltä A Beautiful Time. Samaisena päivänä tämä legenda täyttää kunnioitettavat 89 vuotta! Sävellyskynä on terävä, ja lauluääni kokemuksien kyllästämä.

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  • Various - Country Funk Vol. 3 1975-1982 (2LP) (LP)

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    (Colored Vinyl, Clear Vinyl, Red, Blue, Limited Edition)

    The horse still bucks, the band still funks, and well… The fire still burns.

    That’s right-Country Funk is back. In the summer of 2012, a new sound blew in from the dusty desert. It was a sound difficult to pin down, to codify; a sound that, like some wild horse, resisted one’s grasp. But this was no trend, no flash-in-the-pan movement, no shotgun marriage of styles, no ma’am. This sound went back decades, back to the latter half of the 1960s and early 1970s when adventurous artists started to blend country hoedown harmony with the elation of gospel, the sexual thrust of the blues and a touch of inner-city grit. This was a new sound with a simple name: Country Funk. Country Funk 1969-1975, first released in 2012 and co-produced by Zach Cowie, Patrick McCarthy and Matt Sullivan, brought together a disparate group of artists that were neither bound by geography nor a shared ideology, but connected through the simple feel of their songs. Country Funk is alternatively playful and melancholic, slow jammin’ and booty-shakin’. It’s a sound both studio slick and barroom raw, as evident in the artists featured on Volume I: Johnny Adams, Mac Davis, Dale Hawkins, Tony Joe White, Bobbie Gentry, Larry Jon Wilson, and many others. Just two years later, we chased Volume I with a new collection of songs for Country Funk 1967-1974 (LITA 116, 2014). Volume II didn’t let up, dealing out all the loose-talking and lap-steel twangin’ one could handle. Heavy hitters like Willie Nelson, Townes Van Zandt, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton and J.J. Cale shared barstools with the lesser-known voices of Bill Wilson, Donnie Fritts and Thomas Jefferson Kaye. With Country Funk Volume III 1975-1982 (LITA 194) we’re here to say there’s more funk left in the trunk yet. This time around, the jeans are tighter, the hair is bigger and the disco ball spins along to a country-synth beat. Produced and compiled by Jason Morgan (Bay Area DJ/collector) and Patrick McCarthy (co-producer/compiler of Volume I & II), the tracklist features regulars Dolly Parton, J.J. Cale, Larry Jon Wilson and Tony Joe White (whose track is released here for the first time) alongside new faces like Steven Soles, Gary & Sandy, Conway Twitty, Travis Wammack, Billy Swan, Rob Galbraith, Brian Hyland, and so many more. As the 1970s began to wane and the 1980s approached, the Country Funk pallet expanded to include disco beats, heavy Moog synth bass lines and more clavinet than you could shake a stick at. Volume III shows artists continuing to buck traditional country tropes and production while embracing modern soul, disco, and coked-up 80s synth-pop. This is the true soundtrack of the Urban Cowboy. Saddle up, partners.

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  • Clark Gene - Collected 3LP (Ltd, Numbered) (LP)

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    • 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL• INCLUDES 4 PAGE INSERT WITH LINER NOTES AND PHOTOS• HIGH QUALITY PVC PROTECTIVE SLEEVE• CAREER SPANNING OVERVIEW FEATURING HIS SOLORECORDINGS AS WELL AS HIS WORK WITH THE BYRDS, THE GOSDIN BROTHERS, DILLARD & CLARK, MCGUINN, CLARK & HILLMAN AND CARLA OLSON• THIRD BONUS LP, EXCLUSIVE TO THE 3LP EDITION! BONUS LP FEATURES “SO YOU SAY YOU LOST YOUR BABY (ACOUSTIC DEMO)”, “I PITY THE POOR IMMIGRANT” AND ALTERNATIVE VERSIONS A.O.• THIS 3LP EDITION IS STRICTLY LIMITED TO 3.000 INDIVIDUALLY NUMBERED COPIES• ONCE THE LIMITED EDITION IS SOLD OUT, THIS RELEASE WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE AS A REGULAR 2LP EDITION

    Gene Clark was an American singer-songwriter and responsible for The Byrds’ greatest hits, including “I’ll Feel A Whole Lot Better”, “She Don’t Care About Time”, “Eight Miles High” and “Set You Free This Time”. After making music in several group formations furthermore with The Gosdin Brothers, Doug Dillard, Carla Olson and recording several albums with members of The Byrds over the years, Clark embarked on a solo career that encompassed heavily orchestrated treasures like “No Other” and folk-focused “White Light”. Through it all and in every setting, Clark’s clear and true vocals, his poetic turns of phrase, and his skill at weaving melancholy melodies never wavered. His body of work is impressive and, long after his passing in 1991, has remained influential to each new generation of pop artists who followed in his wake.To honour his legacy and the impressive repertoire he left behind, Music On Vinyl proudly presents the new Collected compilation album in collaboration with Universal Music. Collected is a compilation featuring Gene Clark’s greatest songs and is a career-spanning 2LP including tracks by The Byrds and with The Gosdin Brothers, Carla Olson and other collaborations.The limited edition of Gene Clark – Collected includes an exclusive third bonus LP, which won’t be included with the regular 2LP edition. The bonus LP features “So You Say You Lost Your Baby (Acoustic Demo)” with The Gosdin Brothers, “Lyin’ Down The Middle” as Dillard & Clark, “Del Gato (Live)” and “Changes” with Carla Olson, “I Pity The Poor Immigrant”, “Stand By Me” and alternative versions of “One In A Hundred” and “She’s The Kind Of Girl” amongst others.This 3LP edition of Gene Clark – Collected is available as a limited edition of 3000 individually numbered copies and includes a 4-page insert with liner notes and photos.

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  • Cash Johnny - Bear’s Sonic Journals: Johnny Cash At the Carousel Ballroom, April 28, 1968 (2LP-Limited Edition, Deluxe Edition, Boxed Set, Colored Vinyl, Yellow)) (LP)

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    Todella komea boxi.

    ENNENJULKAISEMATON KONSERTTI!

    Bear’s Sonic Journals: Johnny Cash, At The Carousel Ballroom, April 24 1968, an historic and never-heard live concert recorded in San Francisco by innovative sound wizard Owsley Stanley. Captured in the heart of Haight-Ashbury, just days before the release of Cash’s iconic At Folsom Prison album (and over six months before the arrival of the equally revered At San Quentin), At The Carousel Ballroom serves as a third essential – and wholly unique – live document from the era, a moment of cultural collision, with Cash leaning into songs about society’s outcasts, while playing a venue operated by The Jefferson Airplane and Grateful Dead. The live album, which will be released on 2LP, features new essays by Johnny and June Carter Cash’s son John Carter Cash, Owsley Stanley’s son Starfinder Stanley, The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, and Widespread Panic’s Dave Schools, as well as new art by Susan Archie.

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  • Little Richard - Southern Child (Ltd, RSD) (LP)

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    Following 1971’s King Of Rock And Roll, Little Richard did something no one would have expected-he allowed his up-til-then, unrecognized country-rock leaning to emerge. Further, unlike it’s predecessor, all 14 songs on Southern Child were written or co-written by Richard. While there is the funk, rock and soul one would expect from Richard during this period, Southern Child was a predominantly country-rock affair. And while Little Richard had proven he could master any genre, the label decided to shelve the album, leaving it unissued until the tracks appeared on a long out of print label retrospective in 2005.

    Recorded in the Spring of 1972 in Los Angeles, the album was recorded, mixed, mastered and handed into the label. It was given a catalog number and cover art was designed, but Reprise opted instead to release The Second Coming in it’s place. Both albums were recorded with Bumps Blackwell in the producer chair, at around the same time, but the reasons Southern Child was left behind are lost to time. Perhaps the label felt Little Richard’s audience wouldn’t follow him into unfamiliar musical territory regardless of their artists’ desire to explore.

    Now finally, Southern Child appears for the first time the way Little Richard intended it.

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  • Asleep at the Wheel - Half A Hundred Years 2LP (LP)

    40,00

    Asleep At The Wheel is celebrating their 50th Anniversary with the release of Half A Hundred Years. The nineteen tracks feature original band members, current band members and guest artists.

    The special guest artists are Lyle Lovett, George Strait, Lee Ann Womack, Willie Nelson, and Emmylou Harris. Tracks 1 – 11 are new songs featuring the original band members. Tracks 12 -16 are old songs featuring the current band members and Asleep At The Wheel alumni. Tracks 17 – 19 are songs from the vaults that have never been released and track 14 features the current and the two previous female band members.

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  • Various - Country Funk 1969-1975 (Orange Swirl Vinyl) 2LP (LP)

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    Uusintapainos.

    What in the hell is country funk you ask? The answer is a complicated one, in part due to the fact that Country Funk is an inherently defiant genre, escaping all efforts at easy categorization. The style encompasses the elation of gospel with the sexual thrust of the blues, country hoedown harmony with inner city grit. It is alternately playful and melancholic, slow jammin’, and booty shakin’. It is both studio slick and barroom raw. And while these all may seem unlikely combinations at first glance, upon close listen, it all makes sweet sense. Light In The Attic presents _Country Funk 1969-1975_, a melting pot concoction of the music of Dale Hawkins, John Randolph Marr, Cherokee, Johnny Adams, Mac Davis, Bob Darin, Jim Ford, Gray Fox, Link Wray, Bobby Charles, Tony Joe White, Dennis The Fox, Larry Jon Wilson, Bobbie Gentry, Gritz, and Johnny Jenkins.

    Featuring extensive liner notes by Jessica Hundley (MOJO, The New York Times, Vogue), original album/label artwork, and new illustrations by Jess Rotter (JessRotter. Com, Rotter & Friends), this down home package is not only a treat for the ears, but a feast for the eyes. Think of this as a fantasyland where the Josie-era Meters back young Elvis singing Kris Kristofferson-penned slices of rustic American life and you’ll begin to understand the country funk vibe. It’s from the swamp to the city and all points in between.

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  • Jackson Wanda - Encore (LP)

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    Wanda Jackson -”Encore” 2021 release. Queen of Rockabilly, Wanda Jackson, releases her final album Encore featuring duets with Joan Jett, Elle King, Pistol Annies’ Angalenna Presley, and Candi Carpenter.

    Wandan uusi albumi ja samalla myös viimeinen. ILMESTYY VINYYLINÄ 5.11. 2021

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  • Cash Johnny - Bear’s Sonic Journals: Johnny Cash At the Carousel Ballroom, April 28, 1968 (2LP) (LP)

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    KOMIA JULKAISU. CD ILMESTYY 29.10. JA VINYYLI ILMESTYY JOULUKUUN ALUSSA. ENNENJULKAISEMATON KONSERTTI!

    Bear’s Sonic Journals: Johnny Cash, At The Carousel Ballroom, April 24 1968, an historic and never-heard live concert recorded in San Francisco by innovative sound wizard Owsley Stanley. Captured in the heart of Haight-Ashbury, just days before the release of Cash’s iconic At Folsom Prison album (and over six months before the arrival of the equally revered At San Quentin), At The Carousel Ballroom serves as a third essential – and wholly unique – live document from the era, a moment of cultural collision, with Cash leaning into songs about society’s outcasts, while playing a venue operated by The Jefferson Airplane and Grateful Dead. The live album, which will be released on 2LP, features new essays by Johnny and June Carter Cash’s son John Carter Cash, Owsley Stanley’s son Starfinder Stanley, The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, and Widespread Panic’s Dave Schools, as well as new art by Susan Archie.

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