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.
The Technicolor Web of Sound is a leader in playing the best 60s psychedelic rock music ever recorded, from the obvious classics to incredibly obscure gems that have long been forgotten. To complement the comprehensive playlist, TWOS also includes authentic, vintage 60s period radio commercials, news bites and DJ drop-ins.
While you’re listening, be sure to visit the TWOS website at www.techwebsound.com to look up artist info, chat in the forum, sign the guestbook, or surf our links page.
Rockabilly firebrand Wanda Jackson was recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and there’s no better way to celebrate the occasion than with this 10″ vinyl collection of the pioneering female rocker’s historic 1958 performances on the seminal Los Angeles-based TV show Town Hall Party.
By the time Leonard Cohen began his recording career in 1967, the iconoclastic Canadian troubadour was already well established as a poet and author. He quickly emerged as one of the era’s most original and influential singer-songwriters, building a large and legendary body of work that continues to inspire artists and listeners alike.