Early Drifters (left–right): Gary Eaton, Danny McGough, Mark Walton, Ray Ganucheau, Carlo Nuccio (photo by Greg Allen).
Later Drifters (left–right): Robert Maché, Vicki Peterson, Russ Broussard, Mark Walton, Peter Holsapple, Susan Cowsill (photo by Rick Olivier).
In an eventful lifespan that lasted just over a decade, the Continental Drifters created a relatively small but consistently magnificent recorded legacy,
Premiere: The Continental Drifters revisit ‘The Mississippi’ on new retrospective
Continental Drifters, Hollywood, Calif., in 1992. Back row (l-r): Carlo Nuccio, Susan Cowsill, Vicki Peterson, Gary Eaton. Seated (l-r): Ray Ganucheau, Peter Holsapple, Mark Walton. The L.A.-cum-New Orleans band of the 1990s will be revisited in a new two-CD career retrospective set “Drifted: In the Beginning &
Dave DiMartino’s review of our new Dion release for Rolling Stone!
You can order the CD of Recorded Live At The Bitter End, August 1971 from our shop now.
Dion: Recorded Live At The Bitter End, August 1971 (Omnivore) Speaking of Mott The Hoople, I find it interesting that 1) One of my very favorite Mott songs ever
We ain’t lyin’, March has come in and we’ve got lots to tell you. While this month brings Art Pepper’s Neon Art: Volume Two on CD and Digital, Game Theory’s Real Nighttime expanded on CD, Digital and LP (hurry if you want that unissued flexi with your LP, there aren’t many left!), Roger Taylor’s Fun In
Check out this video clip of Michael Graves and Cheryl Pawelski taking questions from the press backstage at The Grammys after Hank Williams The Garden Spot Programs, 1950 picked up the award for Best Historical
Hank Williams The Garden Spot Programs, 1950 has been awarded a Grammy for Best Historical Album for the 57th Annual Grammy Awards! This is the first Grammy for Omnivore and we couldn’t be more proud and excited.
Congratulations to producers Colin Escott and Cheryl Pawelski, and to mastering engineer Michael
[Carl Hall, You Don’t Know Nothing About Love] A voice that simply must be heard to be believed.
[Continental Drifters, Drifted: In The Beginning & Beyond] A loving tribute to a musical troupe that was a great big family, steeped in the great folk and rock songbooks of the second half of the 20th century.
—The Green Man Review
[The Dream Syndicate, The Days Of Wine And Roses] Their glorious ’82 debut... the sire of Pixies/Nirvana’s quiet-loud pop-noise dynamic.
[The Knack,Live from the Rock ’n’ Roll Fun House] This is a superb rock and roll record, and the Knack were a superb rock 'n' roll band.
[The Muffs, The Muffs]The energy of the music explodes out of the speakers from the outset.