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Left For Dead Records has announced the release of the first definitive collection of the rollicking, recorded legacy of the New York City’s Rock ‘n’ Rollers.
Lost archive (1970-1980) features previously unheard recordings from Daryl Hall and John Oates,
David Johansen (New York Dolls), Terry Allen, The Jim Carroll Band,
Delbert McClinton and Glen Clark, Andy Warhol’s Superstar Ultra Violet,
Norma Jean Bell, and many more
12-track set features previously unreleased live performances, including earliest known duets from the legendary blues/folk singer (with then-husband/guitarist Richard Tucker) and seven never-before-heard solo performances.
“It’s music that’s created by a specific group of extremely oppressed people in order to deal with oppression that they are suffering. But it’s so strong that those of us who didn’t grow up in horrible oppression can feel it, and people who don’t understand the words can feel it.”
18-track collection includes hits by foundational R&B and rock ’n’ roll artists including Little Richard, Sam Cooke, Lloyd Price, and Roy Milton
Offering fans more than just a compilation of hits, ‘Add It Up’ also spotlights Violent Femmes’ energetic live performances—captured at the height of their career
Two-disc compendium explores maverick guitarist’s singular career spanning four decades of groundbreaking original music
“Play along. Ask yourself when a song could have been written.” – Peter Stampfel
With ‘The Complete Armed Forces,’ Costello has provided an all-encompassing time capsule that lets us celebrate this timeless album and understand how it came to be
Video for “Wildflowers (Home Recording)” Premieres Today