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For decades, this recording was the stuff of legend, with inferior, multi-generational transfers making their way through select collector’s circles.
“Looking at Walter’s lyrics in a book, on a sheet they read so wonderfully, many times they didn’t need music, they were poetry. Very few people write songs like that, that appeal to you on several levels.” – Marcia Ball
Collaboration of Harry Dean Stanton and members of the Kingbees, Stray Cats, the Doobie Brothers, and Iggy Pop/David Bowie to be available from Omnivore Recordings on February 12, 2021
Little Richard was way more than a novelty, and these releases prove it
Two-CD and Digital release by Grammy® Award-winner contains new liner notes from Flemons and photography by Music Maker Relief Foundation founder Timothy Duffy.
On May 3rd, 2019, Omnivore Recordings will release ‘The Blues Came Falling Down – Live 1973,’ an album of previously unheard performances by Shines recorded at Washington University’s Graham Chapel in St. Louis.
“Mule” stands out as consummate Townsend. Omnivore Recordings’ inclusion of the eight previously unissued tracks is a gift to the entire blues loving world.
“It was a classroom. You went there to learn. You could actually sit down and have a conversation with these performers.”
Beginning in January, Omnivore will roll out four various-artists volumes, collecting for the very first time anywhere the audio history of Ru-Jac Records.