Harry Dean Stanton

Harry Dean Stanton With The Cheap Dates: October 1993 (Omnivore)

February 24, 2021 • Album Reviews

October 1993 offers insight into the musical prowess of actor Harry Dean Stanton with his backing band The Cheap Dates. This new collection offers studio cuts and a scorching live set, and shows just how damn fine a musician Stanton happened to be.

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Harry Dean Stanton With The Cheap Dates: October 1993 (Omnivore)

Harry Dean Stanton

October 1993 offers insight into the musical prowess of actor Harry Dean Stanton with his backing band The Cheap Dates. This new collection offers studio cuts and a scorching live set, and shows just how damn fine a musician Stanton happened to be.

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LABEL PROFILE: A Conversation With Last Night From Glasgow’s Ian Smith

Last Night From Glasgow

Scottish label Last Night From Glasgow hit upon an amazing business model, one built on subscriptions and a non-profit ethos. Surprisingly, this model has proven quite successful. We sat down with founder Ian Smith to learn more about his label and how it operates.

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All I Can Say (Oscilloscope Laboratories)

All I Can Say

When Blind Melon frontman Shannon Hoon died unexpectedly in 1995, he left behind thousands of hours of video recordings. All I Can Say gives us a haunting, raw, and occasionally moving glimpse into the life and rollercoaster success of a young man doomed to self-destruct.

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Gallons Per Minute (Pig Roast)

Gallons Per Minute

Former Arab On Radar founder Jeff Schneider follows up his fantastic band biography with Gallons Per Minute, a collection of short stories that delight and disturb, serving as both a fine introduction to a new talented and a quick fix for those already addicted to his work.

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The Ballad Of Tommy LiPuma: The End Of The Road

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Music industry mogul Tommy LiPuma lived a rags-to-riches life, going from humble beginnings to the top of the music business. In this exclusive excerpt, we see Tommy at what would become his final farewell.