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    Old 97’s Golden Ticket

    Today on Noise Trade get a free digital 3-song EP in advance of the upcoming Old 97′s reissue of Too Far To Care. These three demos are exclusive to the E.P. and will not be on the 2-CD / 2-LP reissue. Nor will they be on the They Made A Monster: The Too Far To Care Demos LP/Digital release. So grab them from now Noise Trade and complete your collection!

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    First Listen, The Knack

    Here’s a first listen/viewing of “(Here On This) Lonely Night” from upcoming release by The Knack, Rock & Roll Is Good For You: The Fieger/Averre Demos. Doug and Berton shot this video back in ’75, a real time-capsule video!

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    Is It Real?

    Indeed it is! On November 6, the world of Omnivore adds the great Bert Jansch to its roster with a beautiful reissue of his 1981 album Heartbreak. Long out of print, we’re bringing it back for its 30th Anniversary in grand style as a limited-edition clear vinyl LP (first pressing of 1,500, black thereafter), a HD digital album and a double CD/double digital album. The second disc in the 2-CD package contains the previously unissued Live At McCabe’s Guitar Shop, a full show from June, 1981. Buy yours here!

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    Christmas in August?

    She did it all, from stage to screens big and small, but she never had a Christmas album! What?!? No holiday cheer? Do not fear, put on your Santa suit and shimmy down the chimney, as Omnivore Recordings is proud to announce The Edie Adams Christmas Album featuring Ernie Kovacs (1952). Our favorite track? Edie and Ernie duetting on “Silver Bells!” Buy now for everyone on your list who is cool enough to get it.

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    Art Pepper — Keep Swingin’

    Let’s just start with a quote from our friend Laurie Pepper, “Art hated the idea that people put jazz in a pigeonhole. He wanted to make people forget the categories and ‘make them open up and listen.’”

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    Old 97’s Made A Monster

    Fifteen years have flown by since the Old 97’s major label debut, Too Far To Care, first hit the shelves, and because this record is an Omnivore Recordings favorite, we decided to raise a ruckus for the anniversary in true Omnivore fashion. We expanded the original album to include four session outtakes to release as the first disc of the new 2-CD package. Then, when band gave us access to their pre-Too Far To Care demos, we put those all on Disc 2 of the new edition. Happy anniversary!

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    Get The Knack Before The Knack

    Today we’re excited to announce that September 11 we release Rock & Roll Is Good For You: The Fieger/Averre Demos!

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    Omnivore Gets Funkier Than Ever

    If you’re a fan of mid-’70s funk/R&B/soul and jazz, then you’re probably already hip to our Darondo and Two Things In One releases. Now, drawn from that same catalog, are three LP-only various artist compilations, each with a download card. The Music City Sessions, Volume 1: Richmond Experience is coming to your turntable August 14. Check out The Music City Sessions page for more details and info one the next two volumes!

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    The Rain in Spain Falls Like Vinyl

    Not one, not two, but all three original Spain albums finally available on vinyl! All are 180-gram, and a limited-edition colored vinyl pressings to start things off. The color vinyl pressing will be limited to 1,000, after which we’ll press 180-gram black vinyl, so grab them now if you want the extra pretty ones! The Blue Moods Of Spain will be on translucent blue vinyl, naturally. As if in a dream, She Haunts My Dreams will appear on clear vinyl, and I Believe will be on translucent orange vinyl for its first pressing.

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    Remembering Our Friend Michael Griggs

    Guitarist for The Two Things In One, Michael Griggs, passed today. Before doing so he gave us some great music, for that we thank and remember him.

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