We’re slowly (but surely) going through our massive stack of Record Store Day 2014 releases. This was the biggest list of releases (so far) in RSD history, so there is much to play, enjoy and reflect on! These are some of the highlights we’re really excited about!
The Brothers & Sisters’ “Dylan Gospel” reissue LP from Light In The Attic Records. (Originally released by Ode Records in 1969, produced by Lou Adler.)
Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys “Transcriptions” LP from Real Gone Music. Previously unreleased ‘lost’ recordings from Tiffany Music, 1946-1947, on clear red vinyl. This collection of songs sound superb!
Big Mama Thornton “Sassy Mama” reissue LP from Vanguard Records. This live album was originally released in 1975.
Bobby Rush “Upstairs At United” 45rpm EP, recorded completely live to analog tape. Features blistering covers of The Beatles’ “Come Together and Otis Redding’s “Hard To Handle,” with additional Rush originals “Why Do They Act Like That” and “2 Eyes Full Of Tears.” Essential listening from the 73 year old blues and soul legend.