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Eight Trails, One Path

Our house has been music-filled since Record Store Day. One of the real finds of the day was a Record Store Day Special Edition, Eight Trails, One Path, which brings together the sounds of eight of the world’s leading guitar innovators. From the spaghetti-western-styled sounds of Alvarius B. to Lee Ranaldo’s sparse soundscapes, the album explores the limitless potential of a man and his guitar. You can listen to the full album here and purchase it as a download. I can feel that this will be an album that generates some new words…


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Wake Up! It’s Record Store Day

The sad news of Levon Helm’s passing today has got me even more fired up about Record Store Day tomorrow. Tonight, I will be reliving (and reloving) the Last Waltz and some clips from his Midnight Rambles and then in the morning, I will be dancing on down to TITLE to get my hands on some sweet, sweet vinyl. Some of the Record Store Day Specials include:

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry’s ‘Blackboard Jungle Dub: 3×10″ Coloured Vinyl
Tomahawk’s ‘Eponymous to Anonymous’ 3LP from Ipecac
PiL’ ‘’One Drop’ 12″
LPs of the Rough Guides to Psychedelic Africa and New Orleans both on 180grm + download card

TITLE is also boasting 20% OFF VINYL, 20% OFF MUSIC BOOK TITLES, $10 LPs, $10 CDs, + 20% OFF MUSIC DVDS.

So wherever you are in this big country, head on out to your local independent and celebrate the joy of music.

Long live physical media!

For now, let me leave you with a little Levon…


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