NEW VINYL RELEASES JANUARY 2019

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 2019

Claypool Lennon Delirium – Blood & Rockets / Easily Charmed By Fools 12″
The Doors – Waiting For The Sun
Original 1968 stereo mix remastered and pressed on 180 gram vinyl.
Ted Hawkins – The Next Hundred Years
Leadbelly – Easy Rider, The Leadbelly Legacy Volume Four
Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry – Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry Sing
Sly & The Family Stone – Life
Dave Van Ronk – Sings Ballads, Blues & A Spiritual
Johnny & Edgar Winter – Together

FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 2019

American Pleasure Club – Oranges/Daniels 7″
Boston – Boston
David Bowie – Hours
David Bowie – 1. Outside
John Garcia & The Band of Gold –
 Shaka till death! The Kyuss legend and founder of desert rock institutions such as Unida, Slo-Burn, Hermano and Vista Chino returns with his next incarnation: John Garcia & The Band Of Gold. After two solo albums and the „Coyote unplugged“ tour this one is an almost traditional family affair. None other than Chris Goss (who produced Kyuss and the Queens of the Stone Age) gave the self-titled album its finishing touches and provided that gritty, unmistakeable coating. The rather relaxed ‘Space Vato‘ starts off a desertfest second to none that melts down a whole subgenre to its core with groovers like ‘My Everything‘, ‘Cheyletiella‘ and Sturm-and-Drang-y ‘Popcorn (Hit Me When You Can)‘. Hypnotic closer ‘Softer Side‘ releases us back into reality: Shame. We would have loved to stay in California.
Howlin’ Wolf – Change My Ways
Caetano Veloso – A Little More Blue Lilith Records presents a reissue of Caetano Veloso’s Caetano Veloso (A Little More Blue), originally issued in 1971. Often referred to as “Brazil’s unofficial poet laureate” and the “Bob Dylan of Brazil”, this heavyweight of Brazilian music was also a young revolutionary who used his music to protest against Brazil’s oppressive military regime. This protest music, which became known as tropicalia, first earned Veloso a stint in jail, but by the time this dour album was released in 1971, it had placed him in exile in the UK. Veloso’s extreme bitterness and melancholy can be heard on every groove of this album, but don’t let the album’s gloomy atmosphere stop you from buying it; it is dripping with some of the best moments of saudade in the history of Brazilian music. Colored vinyl.
Soundtrack – Gruesome Twosome by Herschell Gordon Lewis
Soundtrack – Won’t You Be My Neighbor by Jonathan Kirkscey

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