This unreleased version of a Mike Love composition would later be re-recorded as a Beach Boys number, but this version is the finer of the two.
Taken from the SoulMusic Records release, LaBelle: The Anthology.
Taken from the Big Break Records reissue, Turn Me Loose (Expanded Edition).
If you’re a fan of late 70s underground rock, HoZac Archival has got the goods: four interesting archive singles from four diverse artists. Check it out!
Part Two of the expansive Tangerine Dream live performance documentary series continues, this time with two shows that find the band in transition, not only from the Seventies to the Eighties, but also from analog to digital, while never losing their footing in the process.
This long-obscure European-only release gets its first proper standalone American release. Though it’s a pretty standard Johnny Cash greatest hits setlist, it is an enjoyable document of a master country singer in his prime and in his element.
Karen Young was a Philadelphia singer who scored a massive hit in 1978, yet only released one album in her short career. Expanded and remastered, it’s another fine document from the last days of disco.
This is a haunting little demo version of a weird song, which is only made weirder in this stripped-down form.
Of course we would feature this song today.
You won’t be seeing The Eagles very much on The Recoup, but this track, recorded for Hee Haw, was a rather enjoyable take on one of that band’s songs.