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Steve Wynn - Dekad: Rare & Unreleased Recordings 1995-2005 Record Store Day 2021 Edition
Steve Wynn
Dekad: Rare & Unreleased Recordings 1995-2005 Record Store Day 2021 Edition
2LP | 2021 | US | Original (Real Gone)
61,99 €*
Release:2021 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Record Store Day 2021 Release.
Limitation: 1600 copies.
Color: Pink.

Unreleased Recordings 1995-2005. From the moment we announced Decade, our mammoth, eleven-CD box set of Dream Syndicate singer-songwriter Steve Wynn's solo recordings (featuring 57 unreleased tracks!), fans all over the world have come out of the woodwork asking for a vinyl release. And while eleven CDs might be a bit much to commit to wax, we've come up with the next-best thing: a double LP distillation of the best rare and unreleased tracks on the box set! Dek'd features two dozen tracks divided into four thematically-organized sides, including a side of unreleased uptempo band recordings, another side of collaborations with such folks as Chris Cacavas of Green on Red, Richard Lloyd of Television, Barbara Manning, Steve's wife Linda Pitmon, and the Fleshtones, another side of unreleased home demos, and a whole side of unreleased outtakes and demos from Wynn's classic My Midnight album. Linda Pitmon pens disarmingly personal notes inside a gorgeous gatefold package. Double LP clear pink vinyl pressing limited to 1600 copies worldwide!
V.A. - OST Lara Croft: Tomb Raider Metallic Golden Triangle Record Store Day 2021 Edition
V.A.
OST Lara Croft: Tomb Raider Metallic Golden Triangle Record Store Day 2021 Edition
2LP | 2021 | US | Original (Real Gone)
77,99 €*
Release:2021 / US – Original
Genre:Soundtracks
Record Store Day 2021 Release.
Limitation: 1850 copies.
Color: Metallic Golden Triangle.

With contributions from the Chemical Brothers, Outkast, Missy Elliott, Moby, and Groove Armada, the 2001 soundtrack to Lara Croft: Tomb Raider was about as au courant as you could get! Add to that the fact that it also sported a Nine Inch Nails track ("Deep") that you can't get on any NIN studio album, and a unique mix of U2's "Elevation," and this one's got both curb and collector appeal. For its 20th anniversary and vinyl debut, we've pressed up 2500 (worldwide) copies of this double LP set in metallic "golden triangle" vinyl, housed inside a gorgeous gatefold festooned with production stills for RSD Drops.
Awakening - Hear, Sense And Feel
VAST - Music For People Record Store Day 2021 Edition
VAST
Music For People Record Store Day 2021 Edition
LP | 2021 | US | Original (Real Gone)
47,99 €*
Release:2021 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder available from 25.06.2021
Record Store Day 2021 Release.
Limitation: 2000.
Color: Green.

The second album from wunderkind Jon Crosby and his band/project Vast (a.k.a Visual Audio Sensory Theater), released in 2000, moves more into goth-metal territory (think The Cure or Sisters of Mercy) while retaining some of the exotic elements (e.g. sampling the Bulgarian Voices) of his self-titled debut. But it's really impossible to pigeonhole this headphone-feast of a record; Crosby's gift for creating darkly mesmerizing audio textures is matched by few (Trent Reznor comes to mind), while his glam vocals summon the spirit of David Bowie.

For its LP debut, we've pressed up 2000 serpentine green records and put 'em inside a jacket with printed inner sleeve. Another early 'oughts album long overdue for a vinyl release!
L7 - Beauty Process:Triple Platinum Record Store Day 2021 Edition
L7
Beauty Process:Triple Platinum Record Store Day 2021 Edition
LP | 1997 | US | Reissue (Real Gone)
45,99 €*
Release:1997 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Record Store Day 2021 Release.
Limitation: 2300 copies.
Color: Platinum.

Perhaps because bassist Jennifer Finch left the band during the recording sessions, 1996's The Beauty Process--Triple Platinum has never quite gotten its due, but Donita Sparks counts it as her favorite L7 album. It's simultaneously the heaviest record they ever released, and the most varied, with delicate songs like "Me, Myself, and I" and "Moonshine" contrasting with the metal-verging-on-industrial mayhem of "Drama." Twenty-five years is a long time to wait for an L7 album to come out on vinyl: for its overdue debut, Real Gone Music is pressing up 3000 copies for Record Store Day on (what else?) Platinum vinyl and putting 'em inside a jacket with printed inner sleeve. Rawk on!
Love Spit Love - Trysome Eatone Record Store Day 2021 Edition
Love Spit Love
Trysome Eatone Record Store Day 2021 Edition
LP | 2021 | US | Original (Real Gone)
47,99 €*
Release:2021 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Record Store Day 2021 Release.
Limitation: 2000 copies.
Color: White with black swirl.
Tom Tom Club - Tom Tom Club Colored Vinyl Edition
Eugene McDaniels - Headless Heroes Of The Apocalypse
Gene Russell - New Direction Record Store Day 2020 Edition
Gene Russell
New Direction Record Store Day 2020 Edition
LP | 1971 | US | Reissue (Real Gone)
31,99 €*
Release:1971 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Record Store Day 2020 Release.
Limitation: 1500 copies.

'The first album released from the most sought-after label, bar none, among jazz collectors! Black Jazz was started by keyboardist/producer Gene Russell for Dick Schory's Ovation Records. Active only from 1971 to 1975, and reputed to be the first jazz label started by an African-American since Sunshine Records in 1921, Black Jazz sought to expand minds as well as hearts, releasing spiritual, socially conscious music that explored such burgeoning genres of the era as funk, soul jazz, and free jazz. Real Gone Music kicks off its Black Jazz reissue campaign with the very first record the label released, entitled, fittingly, New Direction, and performed by label founder Russell. Oft-bootlegged, with original copies commanding princely sums, New Direction, while a fairly straight-ahead piano trio outing, sets the tone for the entire label with its modal and soul jazz flourishes, and features such sidemen as double bassist Henry 'The Skipper' Franklin and drummer Steve Clover. Co-produced by Real Gone's own Gordon Anderson and jazz reissue specialist Zev Feldman, Real Gone's reissue includes the distinctive original Black Jazz album art along with new liner notes by Pat Thomas, the author of Listen Whitey! The Sounds of Black Power 1965-1975. Transparent clear with heavy black swirl vinyl limited to 1500 copies worldwide. Pressed at Gotta Groove Records for Record Store Day.
Voivod - Outer Limits
Voivod
Outer Limits
LP | 1993 | US | Reissue (Real Gone)
34,99 €*
Release:1993 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder available from 09.07.2021
Horace Tapscott Quintet - Giant Is Awakened
Gruntruck - Push Record Store Day 2021 Edition
Gruntruck
Push Record Store Day 2021 Edition
LP | 1992 | US | Reissue (Real Gone)
55,99 €*
Release:1992 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Record Store Day 2021 Release.
Limitation: 2500 copies.
Color: Clear with opaque red & yellow swirl

Another grunge metal classic! Gruntruck's bloodlines were impeccable; the band was founded (where else?) in Seattle by two members of the pioneering grunge band Skin Yard, vocalist Ben McMillan and drummer Norman Scott. While in Skin Yard, Scott also briefly joined Soundgarden, and collaborated with Chris Cornell on a lesser-known band, the low frequency power trio Bass Truck. Lead guitarist Tommy Niemeyer from metal thrashers The Accüsed and bassist Tim Paul, previously of PDX hardcore punks Final Warning, rounded out the initial, classic line-up, which is what you hear on this 1992 record, which was produced by the band and fellow ex-Skin Yard member (and go-to grunge producer) Jack Endino. Previously released on vinyl only in Europe and Brazil (!), original copies of Push are virtually impossible to find, which is too bad; this record offered a mesmerizing mix of atonal riffage and hooky tunes like the single "Tribe." This is its first-ever domestic vinyl release, and we're giving it a real "Push"; we've added two never-on-LP tracks ("Crucifunkin'" and "Flesh Fever") that the band recorded in between the sessions for Push and their first album, Inside Yours, and expanded the release to a killer 2-LP set (sequenced by Jack Endino himself) housed inside a gatefold jacket. Clear with opaque red and yellow swirl vinyl, limited to 2500 copies, exclusive for RSD Drops 2021.
Airto - Seeds On The Ground Colored Vinyl Edition
Church, The - Gold Afternoon Six Gold Record Store Day 2020 Edition
Church, The
Gold Afternoon Six Gold Record Store Day 2020 Edition
LP | 1990 | US | Reissue (Real Gone)
40,99 €*
Release:1990 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Record Store Day 2020 Release.

First-ever vinyl reissue of the 1990 album from the beloved Australian band. Gold vinyl.
Gerald V Casale - Jihad Jerry & The Evildoers Red Record Store Day 2021 Edition
Walter Bishop Jr - Coral Keys
Doug Carn - Revelation Remastered Edition
Doug Carn
Revelation Remastered Edition
CD | 2021 | US | Reissue (Real Gone)
19,99 €*
Release:2021 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Preorder available from 25.06.2021
Aside from McCoy Tyner’s “Contemplation,” John Coltrane’s “Naima,” and René McLean sic McClean’s “Jihad,” Doug Carn himself takes the composing reins on this masterful 1973 release, which further integrates Jean Carn’s ethereal yet soulful vocals into the his impressive stylistic vision. And this time the band includes such heavyweights as trumpeter Olu Dara, bassist Walter Booker, and drummer Ira Williams. All of Carn’s albums for Black Jazz are classics; this one might just be first among equals. In the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, the art form we call jazz exploded into endless permutations, including free jazz, spiritual jazz, soul jazz, fusion, and funk. At that time, a number of black-run collectives organically sprang up across America, including Watts-based Ugmaa (Union of God’s Musicians and Artists Ascension), Chicago’s Aacm (Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians), Brooklyn’s CBA (Collective Black Artists), and Detroit’s The Tribe. And from Oakland came Black Jazz Records, founded by pianist Gene Russell and percussionist Dick Schory, with a mission statement “to promote the talents of young African American jazz musicians and singers.” Under Russell’s artistic direction, the label only put out 20 albums during its short, 4-year (1971-1975) tenure; and then, due to ownership issues and general neglect, the label went underground. Way underground, in fact… but not so far down that a new generation of crate diggers and DJ’s weren’t able to discover the label’s incredible array of modal, soul, funk, and free jazz, much of it imbued with the political and spiritual concerns of the day (and selling for a pretty penny online). Finally, in the ‘90s and early ‘oughts, the Black Jazz catalog emerged on CD in Japan; but for the most part, the entire label’s output was never reissued on vinyl anywhere. After years of trying, we at Real Gone Music finally were able to connect with the rights-holders in early 2020…right before quarantine and the subsequent events that triggered worldwide protests for racial equality. Obviously, the release of this politically aware material, originally recorded in an era of similar social and cultural ferment, couldn’t be more timely. But this music succeeds on a deeper level than just a reminder that the struggle against prejudice continues unabated 50 years later. It offers manifold moments of beauty that remind all of us of our common humanity and the love that, if we let it, binds us all. We are very, very proud to present the Black Jazz catalog on LP, remastered by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision Mastering, and pressed on black vinyl at Gotta Groove Records with lacquer cutting by Clint Holley and Dave Polster at Well Made Music. Produced by Real Gone Music’s own Gordon Anderson, each vinyl reissue features the original black-and-white Black Jazz album artwork, which, on early releases, featured an identical front and back cover, with the back cover turned “upside down,” allowing for the album title to be visible regardless of how the LP was sitting in the record store rack. And, both our vinyl and CD releases will feature added liner notes by Pat Thomas, author of Listen Whitey! The Sounds of Black Power that draw a straight line between what was happening then…and what is happening right now. Real Gone Music will donate $500 to the Equal Justice Initiative with the release of each Black Jazz album
Doug Carn - Infant Eyes Remastered Edition
Doug Carn
Infant Eyes Remastered Edition
CD | 2021 | US | Reissue (Real Gone)
19,99 €*
Release:2021 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Preorder available from 25.06.2021
Keyboardist Carn’s 1971 debut record for Black Jazz introduced his stylistic wrinkle of adding lyrics to jazz classics like John Coltrane’s “Acknowlegement (A Love Supreme),” Horace Silver’s “Peace,” and Wayne Shorter’s title track, all sung by the gorgeous, thrilling voice of his wife Jean Carn. A crack outfit of drummer Michael Carvin, saxophonist/flautist George Harper, trombonist Al Hall, Jr., trumpeter Bob Frazier, and bassist Henry Franklin (himself leader of two treasured Black Jazz releases) backs the couple. A moving, beautiful listen that sounds ever more contemporary. Highly recommended! In the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, the art form we call jazz exploded into endless permutations, including free jazz, spiritual jazz, soul jazz, fusion, and funk. At that time, a number of black-run collectives organically sprang up across America, including Watts-based Ugmaa (Union of God’s Musicians and Artists Ascension), Chicago’s Aacm (Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians), Brooklyn’s CBA (Collective Black Artists), and Detroit’s The Tribe. And from Oakland came Black Jazz Records, founded by pianist Gene Russell and percussionist Dick Schory, with a mission statement “to promote the talents of young African American jazz musicians and singers.” Under Russell’s artistic direction, the label only put out 20 albums during its short, 4-year (1971-1975) tenure; and then, due to ownership issues and general neglect, the label went underground. Way underground, in fact… but not so far down that a new generation of crate diggers and DJ’s weren’t able to discover the label’s incredible array of modal, soul, funk, and free jazz, much of it imbued with the political and spiritual concerns of the day (and selling for a pretty penny online). Finally, in the ‘90s and early ‘oughts, the Black Jazz catalog emerged on CD in Japan; but for the most part, the entire label’s output was never reissued on vinyl anywhere. After years of trying, we at Real Gone Music finally were able to connect with the rights-holders in early 2020…right before quarantine and the subsequent events that triggered worldwide protests for racial equality. Obviously, the release of this politically aware material, originally recorded in an era of similar social and cultural ferment, couldn’t be more timely. But this music succeeds on a deeper level than just a reminder that the struggle against prejudice continues unabated 50 years later. It offers manifold moments of beauty that remind all of us of our common humanity and the love that, if we let it, binds us all. We are very, very proud to present the Black Jazz catalog on LP, remastered by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision Mastering, and pressed on black vinyl at Gotta Groove Records with lacquer cutting by Clint Holley and Dave Polster at Well Made Music. Produced by Real Gone Music’s own Gordon Anderson, each vinyl reissue features the original black-and-white Black Jazz album artwork, which, on early releases, featured an identical front and back cover, with the back cover turned “upside down,” allowing for the album title to be visible regardless of how the LP was sitting in the record store rack. And, both our vinyl and CD releases will feature added liner notes by Pat Thomas, author of Listen Whitey! The Sounds of Black Power that draw a straight line between what was happening then…and what is happening right now. Real Gone Music will donate $500 to the Equal Justice Initiative with the release of each Black Jazz album
Tiny Tim - God Bless Tiny Tim
Tiny Tim
God Bless Tiny Tim
LP | 1968 | US | Reissue (Real Gone)
34,99 €*
Release:1968 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder available from 09.07.2021
Sandals - Endless Summer
Sandals
Endless Summer
LP | 1966 | US | Reissue (Real Gone)
34,99 €*
Release:1966 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder available from 09.07.2021
Vanessa Carlton - Be Not Nobody
Spacehog - Chinese Album
Bonniwell Music Machine - Bonniwell Music Machine
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