Sundazed is proud to unveil this snappy new t-shirt, featuring a brand new old-school turntable logo created for us by legendary artist Cal Schenkel. Schenkel became an underground legend through his lengthy association with Frank Zappa, during which time his iconic style—showcasing both his absurdist sense of humor and his distinctively rough-edged visual sensibility—graced numerous Zappa albums, as well as classic LPs by Captain Beefheart, Tim Buckley and Tom Waits. Schenkel’s unique work was crucial in the emergence of album-cover design as a legitimate art form, and became a major inspiration on subsequent generations of artists and bands, particularly in in the punk/new-wave era. Now, one of rock’s greatest visual artists joins forces with your favorite reissue label to produce this classic t-shirt!
:: Order your Cal Schenkel turntable t-shirt HERE
Bettye LaVette put on another killer performance recently on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and performed live as part of the Freihofer’s Jazz Festival at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center! Check out her outstanding Silver Fox and SSS recordings on Do Your Duty, which is available on compact disc and vinyl!
:: Check out Bettye LaVette on Sundazed HERE
Here’s your chance to own five Byrds singles from 1965 and 1966 that almost existed… Comprised of unique mono mixes readied for release and then shelved at the last minute by Columbia Records, several of the cancelled songs on these 10 sides were later revisited and re-recorded; others, for reasons unknown, would remain unissued until now. Housed in beautiful full-color picture sleeves featuring previously unseen photos, these gorgeous singles also feature period-accurate Columbia labels. Purchase all five singles at the special price of $21.98 and we’ll include a 4-page “Cancelled Flytes” fold-out with rare archival photos and complete session details about the recordings.
:: Order your set of Cancelled Flytes HERE!
Thanks to the labyrinthine process of assembling and promoting each of the titles in Sundazed’s ever expanding catalog, we’re often left with unique—truly one-of-a-kind—artifacts: full-color production proofs of the artwork created in-house by our crack graphic staff; scarce test pressings; limited- edition colored vinyl; rare promotional posters, handbills and fliers; 8×10 glossy press photos; and sometimes even very limited amounts of artist-autographed records or CDs. It’s the unique kind of stuff that will immediately trigger the radar of fanatical collectors everywhere.
Iggy Pop has just revealed plans to bring back Iggy and the Stooges, with guitarist James Williamson, to perform tracks from their legendary album Raw Power. Check out Sundazed’s high-definition vinyl edition of this primal rock ‘n’ roll beast featuring the legendary 1973 Columbia Records mix!
Jerry Cole, one of the premier session guitarists from the glory-days of pop and rock ‘n’ roll, died Wednesday, May 28 at the age of 68. When he wasn’t busy fronting budding surf stars Jerry Cole and the Spacemen for 3 albums on the Capitol label, Cole was right at home playing whatever someone else’s recording date called for. Whether it was surf, country, jazz, blues or psychedelia, Jerry Cole could do it all.