We will have these titles in stock on Black Friday, November 25th. Black Friday is an officially sanctioned event produced by Record Store Day. These titles are first come, first served…no holds. Any remaining titles will be available in our online store starting Sunday, Nov. 27th. We will open, like normal, at 10 a.m. for Black Friday.
In addition to the Black Friday titles we’ll also have several boxes of discounted new vinyl…for cheap! Also, all vinyl and CD box sets will be 15% off Friday and Small Business Saturday!
We’ll have these killer shirts available too. They’re super limited and first come, first serve. If there are any left over we’ll put them on our online store on Sunday with any remaining Black Friday titles.
We’ll also be giving away some killer free stuff to the first folks in line when we open. We’ve got a few vinyl box sets, some test-pressings, cassettes, posters, stickers and more. So come early to get the free goodies. We’ll also have some beer on hand after lunch…free beer.
Black Friday 2016 titles
–Alice Cooper Live from the Astroturf 7″ live EP
The original Alice Cooper group reunited 10/6/15 at Good Records in Dallas, TX. This is two songs from that historic performance. A 45 RPM big hole record on colored vinyl, in a gatefold foil board jacket with art prints, and printed inner sleeve. Colored vinyl variants: 1150 white, 1150 pink, 100 black, and 100 split color pink/white are randomly distributed. The art prints in the pink/white variant are autographed by the four original members.
–UGK featuring Outkast “International Player’s Anthem” Texas-shaped Picture Disc single
–Erykah Badu But You Can’t Use My Phone LP
–Isaac Hayes “Do Your Thing” 12″
The full 33-minute, unreleased, psychedelic funk jam session by Memphis rhythm kingpins the Bar-Kays, mixed directly from the original tapes. Contains bonus rhythm section instrumental and booklet detailing the history of this never-before-heard version of one of Isaac Hayes’ most famous songs by Hayes historian Bill Dahl.
Hayes was already a cutting-edge funk master at Stax Records when he accepted the unprecedented assignment of creating a soundtrack for the 1971 action flick Shaft. At a time when R&B songs routinely timed out at three minutes and under, Hayes’ albums for Stax’s Enterprise imprint had been breaking new ground since 1969. His masterpiece Hot Buttered Soul consisted of only four tracks, two songs on The Isaac Hayes Movement clocked in at a hair under 12 minutes, and one selection on his …To Be Continued stretched to 15:33.
But his epic “Do Your Thing,” one of the cornerstones of the two-LP Shaft soundtrack, outdid them all. Occupying nearly the entire last side of the set, it concluded after 19-and-a-half grooving minutes with the overdubbed sound of a needle scratching violently across a piece of vinyl. No one knew that jarring ending masked the existence of another 13 minutes of “Do Your Thing.” Consigned to the vaults, those improvisatory extensions—somewhere in between free-jazz and psychedelic rock—were seemingly destined never to be heard. Until now.
–Jazz Dispensary Holiday Treats LP
Take a trip on Santa’s sleigh through ten tracks of holiday cheer, Jazz Dispensary-style. Side A presents funky chestnuts from the likes of Booker T. & the MGs, Electric Jungle, and The Jive Turkeys, while Side B contains adventurous outings from Kenny Burrell, Rotary Connection, Pharoah Sanders, and more. Housed in an eye-catching gummy-themed cover and pressed on candy-red vinyl, this limited edition collection is designed to elevate your holiday listening experience.
–Dennis Coffey Hot Coffey In The D: Burnin’ at Morey Baker’s Showplace Lounge LP
Never-before issued recordings from legendary Motown guitarist, Dennis Coffey, captured live at Morey Baker’s Showplace Lounge in Detroit in 1968. Coffey was one of the “Funk Brothers,” as featured in the documentary Standing In The Shadows of Motown. This album was produced by Mike Theodore (Searching for Sugar Man) and Coffey. The package features striking cover art by comic book artist Bill Morrison (The Simpsons), rare photos, and essays. Limited edition, hand-numbered, 180g black vinyl.
–Death Grips Fashion Week/Interview 2016 LP
–Bob Dylan Live 1966: The Real Royal Albert Hall LP
–Jerry Garcia Reflections LP (on tie-dye colored vinyl!)
–Otis Redding Live at the Whiskey Go-Go LP
–Bill Callahan Apocalypse: A Bill Callahan Tour Film LP/DVD
This strikingly shot concert documentary follows enigmatic Drag City singer-songwriter Bill Callahan on a two week tour from California to New York. For the past 25 years, under both the Smog moniker and under his own name, Callahan has cultivated a legacy as both a pioneer in the lo-fi movement and one of the country’s finest troubadours. The film is built on impressionistic scenes of Callahan’s life on the road combined with his cryptic musings (“I started playing music when I was 20, and time stopped for me then in a good way”), creating a voyeuristic glimpse into his meticulously constructed universe of disaffection and disorder. It is an austere and beautiful portrait of both the musician and the multifarious American landscape.
–Aquarium Drunkard Lagniappe Sessions Vol. 1 LP
Launched in 2005, the blog Aquarium Drunkard has become a daily destination for many on a never ending quest for musical discovery. In 2011, AQD established The Lagniappe Sessions featuring some of the site’s favorite artists covering some of their favorite artists. AQD posts these exclusive sessions as free MP3s on the site for fans to enjoy. Nearly 100 sessions later, and some of the great names in modern music have taken part. AQD and Light In The Attic have joined forces, picking one dozen tracks culled from the sessions, all of which have never been released on vinyl — including Of Montreal covering The Kingston Trio, Kevin Morby taking on The Germs, and Matthew E. White doing Randy Newman. Additional artists include Dungen, Sonny & The Sunsets, William Tyler, and Ryley Walker. Limited to 1,500 copies on colored wax
–Lee Hazlewood Cowboy in Sweden LP (colored vinyl version!)
–Gary Clark, Jr. “Church/The Healing” 10″ single
–Steve Gunn “Ancient Jules” 12″ single
–Jimi Hendrix Morning Symphony Ideas 10″ EP
–Timothy Leary The Psychedelic Experience (50th Anniversary) LP
Limited 50th anniversary psychedelic colored vinyl reissue of the 1966 Broadside album featuring two avatars of the LSD movement of the late ’60s, Timothy Leary and Richard Alpert. Pressed on magenta splatter vinyl.
–Jaco Pastorius JACO: Original Soundtrack LP
–The Raconteurs “Steady as She Goes/Store Bought Bones” 7″ on Hermitage Hotel green-colored vinyl
–Ramones Live at the Roxy 8/12/76 LP
–Run-DMC “Christmas in Hollis” 12″ single
–Sesame Street Sesame Road LP
–The Paul Butterfield Blues Band Got a Mind to Give Up Living-Live 1966 2LP
–South Park Mr. Hanky’s Christmas Classics LP
–Muddy Waters The London Muddy Waters Sessions LP
–Ben Webster Gone With the Wind LP
Ben Webster’s Gone With The Wind is a truly incredible album that has been underappreciated throughout the years, in part because it hasn’t been pressed anywhere in nearly three decades. The live performance took place at the legendary Montmartre Jazzhus in Copenhagen in January of 1965, right in the prime of Webster’s long European period. For Record Store Day Black Friday, we’re happy to shine light on the historic recording with this limited edition 180gram white color vinyl pressing, which features new, exclusive artwork.
–The White Stripes Get Behind Me Satan LP (regular black vinyl version from Third Man Records)
–The Wild Feathers Live at the Ryman LP
–Ikebe Shakedown Hard Steppin’ EP (from our buddies at Colemine Records!)
Ikebe Shakedown’s frist EP on vinyl for the first time. This Black Friday edition is pressed on limited, blue vinyl. The b-side features instrumental, drum breaks.
–Radiohead A Moon Shaped Pool DELUXE VINYL SET
You gotta see this thing to understand it…unbelievable packaging! We’ll only have 2 copies of this limited version in stock.
–Twenty One Pilots Blurryface Live 3LP picture disc set
–Suicide Squad 2LP soundtrack featuring Twenty One Pilots, Wiz Khalifa, Skrillex, Lil Wayne, Kevin Gates, Imagine Dragons, Panic! at the Disco, and more!
This list is subject to change and we’ll probably be adding to it before Friday.
Also, if there’s any titles you’re looking for that’s not on the list PLEASE email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll try to hook you up!