AMPED™ FEATURED ALBUM OF THE WEEK: EVEN A TREE CAN SHED TEARS

 

This compilation offers a fascinating peek into the Japanese Folk and Rock movement of the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. Though influenced by Western music, the music contained on EVEN A TREE CAN SHED TEARS: JAPANESE FOLK & ROCK 1969-1973 is undeniably infused with a deep connection to their very own Japanese culture.

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Jim Dickinson – The Dixie Fried

Jim Dickinson “The Dixie Fried” available September 2!

(From Light in the Attic)

 

The late Jim Dickinson is one of the most eclectic personages rock n’roll has ever thrown up: a musical

maverick. From Sun Records and Ardent Studios in the 1960s, to sessions with the Rolling Stones,

Ry Cooder and Bob Dylan, significant productions of Big Star and the Replacements, and the twisted

roots rock of his own Mud Boy & The Neutrons, the man was never, ever predictable.

A […]

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Exclusive: The City Debut Vinyl Reissue

On October 2, The City is scheduled to reissue their album “Now That Everything’s Been Said” for Vinyl and CD.

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Barry Goldberg Announces New Album

Barry Goldberg announces his new album Misty Flats will release on July 24.

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Originally a limited release, Barry Goldberg’s new album Misty Waters will be widely available.

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Big Announcements from Light In The Attic!

 

 

Light In The Attic is going to the Grammys!

“We are humbled to announce that two Light In The Attic releases have been nominated for Grammy awards this year. There’s A Dream I’ve Been Saving: Lee Hazlewood Industries 1966 – 1971 CD box set has been nominated for Best Historical Album and I’m Just Like You: Sly’s Stone Flower 1969-70 has been nominated for Best Album Notes by the 57th Grammys. We’ll be attending the event […]

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Light in the Attic Records Presents: THE SUPREME JUBILEES

 

If God had a disco, the DJ would be playing California gospel-soul group The Supreme Jubilees. “We won’t have to cry no more,” the tuxedo-clad group would sing, in high, angelic vocals over smooth grooves. “It’ll all be over.” Prepare to dance and contemplate death all at the same time.

A band of brothers and cousins, the group was founded from two families: brothers Joe and Dave Kingsby plus Dave’s son David Kingsby Jr., and keyboardist […]

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Congratulations to LIGHT IN THE ATTIC for TWO entries on Rolling Stone’s 40 Best Country Albums List!

by Stephen SPAZ Schnee

Reposted from Discussions Magazine.

 

 

Light In The Attic (LITA) is a label that doesn’t deal with eccentricity – they focus on authenticity. No matter the genre, LITA’s catalog is filled with albums that are never sugar-coated slices of frivolous nonsense – their releases are titles that are filled honest and pure musical expressions. Yes, it is true that many of these albums may not have sold like pancakes when they were (barely) released the […]

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SPAZ reviews vinyl LP reissues by R. STEVIE MOORE and GREEN!

R. STEVIE MOORE
ARIEL PINK’S PICKS VOLUME ONE
Double Vinyl LP pressing including digital download
 

The granddaddy of DIY recording, R. Stevie Moore is a unique artist that exists in a musical world of his own. He’s been releasing lo-fi home recordings for 40+ years and he is adored by a devoted global fan base yet he is still largely unknown to an audience that could really benefit from his vast repertoire of music (and R. Stevie can […]

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LIGHT IN THE ATTIC presents NATIVE NORTH AMERICA VOL. 1! Available NOW!

Largely unheard, criminally undocumented, but at their core, utterly revolutionary, the recordings of the diverse North American Aboriginal community will finally take their rightful place in our collective history in the form of Native North America (Vol. 1): Aboriginal Folk, Rock, and Country 1966–1985. An anthology of music that was once near-extinct and off-the-grid is now available for all to hear, in what is, without a doubt, Light In The Attic’s most ambitious and historically […]

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SPAZ reviews LEWIS BALOUE’s Romantic Times!

Back in May 2014, I reviewed an album called L’Amour by a mysterious artist by the name of Lewis. This rare privately pressed album was originally released in 1983 and became a cult classic over the years.  Reissued by the great Light In The Attic Records, L’Amour was such a haunting listen that I chose to avoid writing a normal review and I inserted the album into a ghost story instead. Whether I got my […]

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