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Lee Moses - Time And Place Black Vinyl Edition
Lee Moses
Time And Place Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 1971 | US | Reissue (Future Days)
26,99 €*
Release:1971 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Lee Moses was a huge talent and if he’d had the big hit album he richly deserved, „Time And Place” would’ve been it. A self-taught multi-instrumentalist, Moses cut his teeth in the clubs of Atlanta, the Motown of the South, where he frequently performed alongside his contemporary Gladys Knight (who reportedly wanted him for the Pips, but couldn’t pin him down). It was, however, in New York in the ‘60s that Moses made his greatest bid to find the solo fame he desired. Moses began working there as a session player, even playing frequently with a pre-fame Jimi Hendrix, but his close relationship with producer and Atlanta native Johnny Brantley eventually saw him getting his own break via a series of 45s in 1967 – most notably with covers of Joe Simon’s “My Adorable One”, The Four Tops’ “Reach Out, I’ll Be There” and The Beatles’ “Day Tripper”. It was 1971 before Moses’ dream of being at stage front was realized, when he released his Brantley-produced LP „Time And Place” for Maple Records. Recorded with a band including members of The Ohio Players and Moses’ own backing group The Deciples, it was, nonetheless, Moses himself whose star quality shone through, via his scratchy guitar riffs, his throat-ripping vocals and the stirring mood that permeates the LP’s heady mix of funk, soul and R ‚n‘ B. The LP did no business, and Moses’ dream quickly crumbled. Though details on his life are scarce, it’s believed he fled New York disenchanted with the music industry, feeling he’d been double-crossed by Brantley both in credit and remuneration for the countless records he’d played on. Back in Atlanta, Moses returned to playing the clubs, married twice, and fell into depression and drug dependency. He died in 1997 at the age of 56. „Time And Place” soon became a much-sought-after item for collectors, and its cult has continued to grow over the years. Now it finally gets an official re-release on deluxe vinyl. All recordings got newly remastered. This is the limited black vinyl edition housed in an expanded gatefold Stoughton tip-on jacket including new liner notes by Sarah Sweeney and interviews with Moses’ sister and his closest collaborator, the singer and guitarist Hermon Hitson. Through them, Moses becomes a little – but just a little – less of an enigma.
Link Wray - Link Wray
Link Wray
Link Wray
LP | 1971 | US | Reissue (Future Days)
25,99 €*
Release:1971 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Recorded in a shaky makeshift chicken shack in rural Maryland, Link Wray’s eponymous 1971 solo album is a compelling and forward-looking piece of honest, handmade Americana. This album is vastly different from his previous work, foregoing instrumentals entirely. Instead, Wray, left with only one lung following a bout with tuberculosis in 1956, gives us his raw voice, full of spit and vinegar, as he blends elements of country, rock ‘n’ roll, roots, folk and gospel marked with fuzzy guitar and booming percussion. He kicks off with a track, “La De Da”, that may be the greatest song the Stones never wrote. Elsewhere, the single “Fallin’ Rain” channels Dylan at his most political, with lyrics about “stabbings and shootings and young men dying all around.” Link Wray proved to be the only album that the guitarist issued in his own name to hit the American charts during his nearly 50-year recording career. Although it didn’t receive much critical acclaim at the time of its release, Link Wray has seen a resurgence in recent years and developed a cult following, with artists from Nick Cave to The Neville Brothers recording versions of its tracks.Link Wray’s musical journey began early, with his father Fred taking up the family music business. Link, along with brothers Vernon and Doug began playing together professionally in 1942, their rowdy instrumental single “Rumble” charting at number 16 in 1958. Following a string of hits on Philadelphia-based Swan Records, Vernon began to serve as the family’s producer, eventually starting his own studio; first in the basement of his home and then–after his wife Evelyn complained about the noise–in a converted shack on the property. It was there that Link, Vernon and producer Steve Verroca found a sound that marked “a return to simplicity.” This carefully remastered reissue will take you right back to that chicken shack, and to sessions so electric you can almost feel the atmosphere.This is the first reissue of this classic album.
Tim Buckley - Lady, Give Me Your Key: The Unissued 1967 Solo Acoustic Sessions
Tim Buckley
Lady, Give Me Your Key: The Unissued 1967 Solo Acoustic Sessions
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Future Days)
22,94 €* 26,99 € -15%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
In 1967, the face of rock was changing. In that year alone there were debut albums from The Velvet Underground, The Doors, and Pink Floyd, to name a few. The Beatles had combined orchestration with their music—the result was Sgt. Peppers in June, the same month that Tim Buckley recorded “Goodbye & Hello”.Buckley was no longer just another singer-songwriter with an acoustic guitar; he was drenched in acid-folk tinges of harpsichord and harmonium. Lyricist Larry Beckett embellished Tim’s songs with introspective lyrics at times, worldly views at others. It was the first major triumph for Tim as an album artist, partially because there were a remarkable amount of pre-production demos that led to it. This is the first-ever posthumous release that reveals a wealth of previously unreleased and unheard tracks from Tim at the peak of his career.Available here for the first time are these newly discovered master tapes, recorded by “Goodbye & Hello’s” producer Jerry Yester, along with an ultra-rare acetate, found to be in co-songwriter (and best friend) Beckett’s possession. Of the 13 previously unreleased solo acoustic songs contained here, six of them did eventually appear with more expansive instrumentation on “Goodbye & Hello” (along with another four not included here). However, the crown jewel of this package is seven never-before-heard compositions. These will be new to even the most devoted Buckley fan. Arguably, two of them crept out decades after Tim’s death (albeit, much different recordings than what you have here) but with little fanfare. So much has been written about Tim Buckley but so little of it by people who actually knew him. The booklet, however, includes a detailed interview with both Larry Beckett and Jerry Yester, providing real insight on how these recordings came to be and attempting to uncover the man behind all the myths, the real Tim Buckley. All material got fully remastered from original tapes and acetate.
Francoise Hardy - L’Amitié
Thin Lizzy - Shades Of A Blue Orphanage
Thin Lizzy
Shades Of A Blue Orphanage
LP | 1972 | US | Reissue (Future Days)
25,99 €*
Release:1972 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Thin Lizzy's second album is a nod to the past: Shades Of Blue and Orphanage were former outfits of two of the band's members, their names combined to create an oddly evocative image–especially when combined with a sepia-tinted image cover of three small, shoeless children intended to represent vocalist Phil Lynott, guitarist Eric Bell, and drummer Brian Downey.
Morley Loon - Northland, My Land
Morley Loon
Northland, My Land
LP | 1981 | US | Reissue (Future Days)
23,24 €* 30,99 € -25%
Release:1981 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
This is an officially licensed reissue, remastered from the original analogue master tapes, in an expanded gatefold edition featuring Cree language lyrics and translation and unseen photos. Northland, My Land is the full-length vinyl debut from Cree singer-songwriter, actor, and force of nature, Morley Loon (1948–1986). Born in Mistissini, Quebec, Loon became active in music at an early age. Drawing from his Cree culture, language, and environment, Loon developed an organic style that inspired many Indigenous musicians. News of his talent even reached producers at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in the late 1970s. Two 7” EPs of original Cree language compositions were laid down first and later compiled into the Northland, My Land album, which was released to the public in 1981.
John Angaiak - I'm Lost In The City
John Angaiak
I'm Lost In The City
LP | 1971 | US | Reissue (Future Days)
20,14 €* 30,99 € -35%
Release:1971 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
This is an officially licensed reissue, remastered from the original analogue master tapes, and it comes in an expanded gatefold edition with a John Angaiak painting. I’m Lost in the City (1971) is the sole vinyl LP offering from Yup’ik singer-songwriter, John Angaiak. Each side of the album, which showcases John’s intimate vocal and guitar style, shares a part of Angaiak’s culture and history: Side One is sung in Yup’ik, while the material on Side Two is delivered in English. Both are equally emotional, deeply personal and extremely affecting.
Loma - A Soul Music Love Affair Volume Four: Sweeter Than Sweet Things 1964-1968
Loma
A Soul Music Love Affair Volume Four: Sweeter Than Sweet Things 1964-1968
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Future Days)
24,69 €* 25,99 € -5%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
The compilation and liner notes are by Alec Palao. This is a fully remastered audio featuring rare and unissued cuts with in-depth notes on artist and label history with rare ephemera items. From late 1964 until late 1968 Loma stood as the subsidiary of Warner Brothers Records aimed directly at the singles market. During its four year lifespan, the label released over 100 singles and a handful of albums, the vast majority of which reflected the collective taste of the men that guided Loma and thereby the evolution of a distinctive artform: soul music.
Loma - A Soul Music Love Affair Volume Three: Sad, Sad Feeling 1964-1968
Loma
A Soul Music Love Affair Volume Three: Sad, Sad Feeling 1964-1968
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Future Days)
22,09 €* 25,99 € -15%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
The compilation and liner notes are by Alec Palao. This is a fully remastered audio featuring rare and unissued cuts with in-depth notes on artist and label history with rare ephemera items. From late 1964 until late 1968 Loma stood as the subsidiary of Warner Brothers Records aimed directly at the singles market. During its four year lifespan, the label released over 100 singles and a handful of albums, the vast majority of which reflected the collective taste of the men that guided Loma and thereby the evolution of a distinctive artform: soul music.
Loma - A Soul Music Love Affair Volume Two: Get In The Groove 1965-1968
Loma
A Soul Music Love Affair Volume Two: Get In The Groove 1965-1968
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Future Days)
23,39 €* 25,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
The compilation and liner notes are by Alec Palao. This is a fully remastered audio featuring rare and unissued cuts with in-depth notes on artist and label history with rare ephemera items. From late 1964 until late 1968 Loma stood as the subsidiary of Warner Brothers Records aimed directly at the singles market. During its four year lifespan, the label released over 100 singles and a handful of albums, the vast majority of which reflected the collective taste of the men that guided Loma and thereby the evolution of a distinctive artform: soul music.
Loma - A Soul Music Love Affair Volume One: Something’s Burning 1964-1968
Loma
A Soul Music Love Affair Volume One: Something’s Burning 1964-1968
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Future Days)
25,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
The compilation and liner notes are by Alec Palao. This is a fully remastered audio featuring rare and unissued cuts with in-depth notes on artist and label history with rare ephemera items. From late 1964 until late 1968 Loma stood as the subsidiary of Warner Brothers Records aimed directly at the singles market. During its four year lifespan, the label released over 100 singles and a handful of albums, the vast majority of which reflected the collective taste of the men that guided Loma and thereby the evolution of a distinctive artform: soul music.
Francoise Hardy - La Maison Ou J’Ai Grandi
Francoise Hardy - Mon Amie La Rose
Francoise Hardy - Le Premier Bonheur Du Jour
Francoise Hardy - Tous Les Garçons Et Les Filles
Goldberg - Misty Flats
Goldberg
Misty Flats
LP | 1974 | US | Reissue (Future Days)
22,99 €*
Release:1974 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Barry Thomas Goldberg was 23 in 1974, the year his Minneapolis power pop group, The Batch, split up. Rudderless, he set about recording solo album Misty Flats, and though few would hear it in its day, he hit on something very special indeed.
Thin Lizzy - Vagabonds Of The Western World
Thin Lizzy
Vagabonds Of The Western World
LP | 1973 | US | Reissue (Future Days)
25,99 €*
Release:1973 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Seismic shifts happened between the previous year's Shades Of A Blue Orphanage and 1973's Vagabonds Of The Western World.
Bobby Whitlock - Raw Velvet
Bobby Whitlock
Raw Velvet
LP | 1972 | US | Reissue (Future Days)
16,99 €* 19,99 € -15%
Release:1972 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Continuing the never-ending quest to remaster and repackage the greatest music you’ve never heard (but definitely should), we at Light In The Attic are set to release the first two early 1970’s solo albums by Memphis singer/songwriter/keyboardist/guitarist Bobby Whitlock. Both presented on 180 gram vinyl, Bobby Whitlock (1972) and Raw Velvet (also 1972) are star-studded (George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Delaney & Bonnie), soulful albums from one of rock music’s key unsung figures.
Bobby Whitlock - Bobby Whitlock
Bobby Whitlock
Bobby Whitlock
LP | 1972 | US | Reissue (Future Days)
19,99 €*
Release:1972 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Continuing the never-ending quest to remaster and repackage the greatest music you’ve never heard (but definitely should), we at Light In The Attic are set to release the first two early 1970’s solo albums by Memphis singer/songwriter/keyboardist/guitarist Bobby Whitlock. Both presented on 180 gram vinyl, Bobby Whitlock (1972) and Raw Velvet (also 1972) are star-studded (George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Delaney & Bonnie), soulful albums from one of rock music’s key unsung figures.
Annette Peacock - I'm The One
Annette Peacock
I'm The One
LP | 2012 | US | Reissue (Future Days)
29,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
“I’m the one, you don’t have to look any further. I’m the one. I’m here, right here for you,” oozes jazz, rock, and electronic music pioneer Annette Peacock on the leadoff title track of her solo debut LP. The album’s wide range of vocal emotions and diverse sonic palette (featuring Robert Moog’s early modular synthesizers, which the singer actually transmitted her voice through to wild effect) places it firmly at the forefront of the pop avant-garde. Originally released by RCA Victor in 1972 to widespread critical acclaim, I’m The One found itself amongst good company. Both Lou Reed and David Bowie had recently signed to the label—Bowie in particular was enamored with Annette—and artists ranging from ex-husband and jazz great Paul Bley, along with notable Brazilian percussionists Airto Moreira and Dom Um Romao, guested on the album itself. Writing and arranging I’m The One’s nine passionate tracks—bar a unique cover of Elvis Presley’s “Love Me Tender”— the disc grooves easily from free jazz freak-outs and rough and rugged blues-funk to gently pulsing synthesized bliss. The second release on our Future Days Recordings imprint, I’m The One is returning to better record shops on CD and LP formats, re-mastered from the original tapes with an insert containing beautiful unseen photos from the vaults of Sony Music and extensive liner notes from NYC-based writer and musician, Mikey ‘IQ’ Jones. An extension of Annette’s late 1960s work with her Bley-Peacock Synthesizer Show combo, I’m The One is filled with strength and power, as well as a tender, sensual, and seductive side, born of a life surrounded with music and culture. Composing by age four, Peacock’s mother was a professional violinist. By the early 1960s, Annette had also collaborated with first husband, jazz bassist Gary Peacock and toured with legendary saxophone player Albert Ayler. Studying under Zen macrobiotics educator Michio Kushi and a confidant to Timothy Leary at the Millbrook psychedelic center, Peacock later worked, post-I’m The One, with rock stalwarts like guitarists Mick Ronson and Chris Spedding, Yes/King Crimson drummer Bill Bruford, as well as surrealist artist Salvador Dali. Light years ahead of her early 1970s contemporaries in terms of individuality and uncompromising vision, the album makes today’s major label computer generated fabrications an embarrassment to listeners worldwide. Still to this day, Annette remains a passionate advocate, an enigma caught between the peace and love vibrations of a hippy counterculture and the more worldly intelligence of the modern age. Her records continue to influence and inspire, and with I’m The One finally back on the shelves, countless new jacks on the scene can scope its liner notes and bear witness to its brilliance.
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