Alison Krauss - So Long So Wrong
Numbered Edition 180-gram 2 LP Sourced from Original Master Tapes
Available for the very first time on vinyl, this is the best AKUS album to date. (AKUS is the band's own acronym for Alison Krauss & Union Station). The best songs, the best playing, the best singing and the best sound! This must have 2-LP set gets more addictive with every play. Call it bluegrass or call it acoustic pop, either way Alison Krauss & Union Station have created an incredible montage of music. As usual, it is Alison's beautiful vocals that gives it that "high, lonesome sound."
Linda Ronstadt - Prisoner In Disguise
Numbered Edition 180-gram LP Sourced from Original Master Tapes
What do Emmylou Harris, James Taylor, David Grisman, J.D. Souther, Maria Muldaur, and Lowell George have in common? The famed artists all guest on Linda Ronstadt’s Prisoner In Disguise, a rootsy 1975 treasure that advanced the vocalist’s reputation as a champion interpreter of popular song and drew acclaim for its outstanding session musicianship. Ronstadt makes folk, bluesy rock, and soul her own. This is the famed 70s California sound at its peak—and a must for fans of the Eagles, Jackson Browne, and Crosby, Stills, and Nash.
Linda Ronstadt - Heart Like A Wheel
Numbered 180g Vinyl LP
How to put the ageless appeal, artistic splendor, and imaginative instrumental variety of Linda Ronstadt's Heart Like a Wheel in proper perspective more than four decades after its original release? For starters, the 1974 landmark earned three major Grammy nominations and won for Best Country Vocal Performance – Female. But that feat pales in comparison to what the record did for Ronstadt, who became the decade's most in-demand, multifaceted, and cherished female singer soon after it captured the public's attention. Or the fact that it remains a paragon of songwriting, arrangement, and performance – a trifecta that still holds sway in this era or any. Mobile Fidelity's reissue puts it over the top to stay.
Willie Nelson - Stardust
Numbered Edition Silver Label LP
“Why be predictable?,” Willie Nelson asked Columbia Records executive Nick Blackburn, after the latter resisted the Red Headed Stranger’s decision to make an album of classic pop tunes. Talk about outlaw country. Cutting against the genre’s traditions and Music Row conventions, Nelson’s Stardust remains a genius-level creation as well as the icon’s most commercially successful release, a truly gorgeous record infused with ultimate respect for composers and lyrics and many of the finest performances of his career. It is a quintessential part of any catalog.