R. Stevie Moore performs live in the NYC area!

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Don’t miss these rare opportunities to see the always delightful R.Stevie Moore perform for you live & in person! Who knows? He may even perform your favorite song if you ask nicely enough. Not to be missed!

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Bob Thompson – The Sound of Speed: Read the Reviews!

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Record Collector Magazine – June 2010 Panning for Silver

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The Sundazed Garage Sale

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We’ve just added a quick collection of some cool 60′s garage and rockabilly reissues that we recently unearthed in our warehouse.

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Sundazed raids the Universal vaults!

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Sundazed is proud to have access to the depths of the Universal Music Group vaults!

Check out the list of these great Universal titles available on vinyl from Sundazed:

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Moby Grape LIVE: Read the reviews!

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Record Collector Magazine

“Quite apart from the scarcely believable audio quality of these recordings, it’s the sense of mutual respect which most impresses. The guitars of Skip Spence, Peter Lewis and Jerry Miller are subtle, spacious and unobtrusive on lambent readings of “Someday” and “Sitting By The Window” (from Monterey, 1967), while the euphoric group hollers on “Omaha” and “Changes” sound like the devotional affirmations of lifelong blood brothers.” ★ ★ ★ ★

Read the full Record Collector review HERE.

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Blue Cheer: Read the reviews!

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MOJO – April 2010 Issue

THE VINYL COUNTDOWN #1
BLUE CHEER: VINCEBUS ERUPTUM (Mono Edition)
“Just as the German King Tiger outgunned the allied Sherman in World War II, so California’s Blue Cheer out-louded their peers with their 1968 debut. These super-dence blues rock tunes owe Hendrix a debt and are prone to powering off Blues Magoos-style, but come in their own special engine oil and LSD marinade (see the surprise Top 20 cover of Summertime Blues). A long-spurned, now essential stop-off on the cakewalk to stoner-rock nirvana. The reissue comes with an embossed sleeve and a poem from Owsley Stanley.”

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