Tag: Reprise Records
A brand new box set collects all of the major label recordings of the legendary Seattle underdogs Mudhoney, bringing new light to this era, one often overlooked for its corporate associations. Real Low Vibe shows that the major label didn’t change Mudhoney–if anything, the experience made them a much better band.
The Recoup Song Of The Day for January 5th is “After The Gold Rush” by Neil Young, taken from the Reprise release After The Gold Rush: 50th Anniversary Edition.
Taken from the Reprise release, Tuscaloosa.
Taken from the Reprise release, Roxy: Tonight’s The Night Live
Hitchhiker is purportedly an “unreleased Neil Young solo album.” It isn’t really a lost album, though; instead, it’s the document of a quick, one night recording session, where Young played his latest compositions for his friend, David Briggs. It’s a welcomed–albeit way too brief–addition to the Neil Young archives.
Taken from the Reprise Records release, Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc..