We need OKEMAH on vinyl

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Post by ThrasherBear »

Speaking of RSD sound quality--the live '96 Wilco is marginal. The live '73 Neil Young is exceptional. What a treat--I assume Jay grabbed a copy given his stated admiration of TTN.

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mikewilliamson wrote:I whined like a baby, and then a year later I bought what I was whining for. I picked up OKEMAH today, my #1 want for RSD. STOKED!

The master sounds really bass-y to my ear, but whatever. Finally, the vinyl hole in the SV catalog has been filled.
Yeah, it's not the best-sounding vinyl I've heard, but I'll take it.

Congrats on completing your Volt Vinyl! I'm only missing WST which I hope he decides to reissue soon.

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Post by mikewilliamson »

I whined like a baby, and then a year later I bought what I was whining for. I picked up OKEMAH today, my #1 want for RSD. STOKED!

The master sounds really bass-y to my ear, but whatever. Finally, the vinyl hole in the SV catalog has been filled.

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Post by el caballo loco »

Score! Got Big Red Letter Day, too!

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Post by barclocksays3am »

el caballo loco wrote: Buffalo Tom's Big Red Letter Day, too!
Great record!I listened to it alot around the time Anodyne came out

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gdavis5446 wrote:Pretty excited about that Ben Kweller Sha Sha on vinyl as part of RSD.
Buffalo Tom's Big Red Letter Day, too!

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Post by gdavis5446 »

Pretty excited about that Ben Kweller Sha Sha on vinyl as part of RSD.

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Looking forward to Tonight's the Night Roxy too, but it will be generally available after RSD.
Jay has stated it's one of his favorite albums--bet he grabs a copy too. :D

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Search for a declaration next month. Deluxe Vinyl + CD versions: boxsets, 180g vinyl, remastered versions, colored vinyl, Online Essay Writing Service silk-screened covers, unique art work, die-cuts, numbered pressings, report.

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Post by el caballo loco »

I really hope I can secure a copy of Okemah (and Tonight's the Night live)!

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Post by Blimps Go 90 »

This is great news. Haven't had any issues getting all the Son Volt RSD items here in Milwaukee the last few years. And Uncle Tupelo rarities to boot!

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Post by Antelope850 »

*Son Volt Okemah and the Melody of Riot Transmit Sound 2 x LP 2000

http://www.brooklynvegan.com/record-sto ... xclusives/

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Post by koiseptember »

Great news!!! And I'd also like to agree with the poster above - I'd love TERROIR BLUES on vinyl as well. One of Jay's best ever, imho.

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Post by Monkeygunner »

site still says it was released on 180g polyvinyl chloride:
http://www.jayfarrar.net/discography/okemah-melody-riot
last paragraph...

never did find one....

hope they don't do an rsd release again. rsd sucks trumps cheeto sized dick

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Post by Redsun »

Another must album is "Gob Iron - Death Songs For The Living"

Very hard to find nowadays.

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