2014 Light In The Attic Subscription – Part I

Friday, November 8th, 2013

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Shipping is included in the prices below.

$175 LP United States
$230 LP Canada
$250 LP International

$120 CD United States
$140 CD Canada
$170 CD International

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* To avoid heavy international postage costs for LP Subscribers, orders outside North America will be sent in 2 parts: the first four LPs will be sent together and then the second batch of 4 LPs will be sent together.

* Canadian CD subscribers will have each CD sent out individually

It’s that time of year again when we announce our upcoming Light In The Attic Subscription Package. You thought 2013 was good. Well, 2014 is going to blow your mind. Similar to our 2013 subscription, there will be some nice extras for subscribers. In 2013, subscribers received an unseen 1960s screenplay for Lee Hazlewood’s Trouble Is A Lonesome Town TV pitch, a repro patch and button set for Public Image Limited, not to mention exclusive Subscriber-only colored vinyl (when available). In 2014, we hope to top that madness. While it is a little early to spill the beans, below is a small sampling of what we have in store for the first half of 2014. As part of your 8 releases, we can promise you a gorgeous Double-CD/Triple-LP anthology a la the same packaging of our recent release I Am The Center: Private Issue New Age Music In America 1950-1990. So without further adieu:

BobbyCharles

Bobby Charles – Bobby Charles
Light In The Attic
(LITA 111 | 180-gram LP)

For the first time in decades, the seminal 1972 Bearsville record from tunesmith Bobby Charles is back on vinyl where it belongs. 10 sublime songs supported by a bevy of titans: Garth Hudson, Rick Danko and Levon Helm of The Band, along with Amos Garrett, Ben Keith, Dr. John, Bob Neuwirth and Billy Mundi. Includes the slow burner “Street People” as featured on our comp Country Funk 1969-1975, Volume 1.24 bit / 96 kHz remaster from the original tapes and pressed on 180 gram LP with an expanded gatefold tip-on jacket..

B&S (675)

The Brothers & Sisters – Dylan’s Gospel
Light In The Attic
(LITA 106 | CD | 180-gram LP)

Originally released in 1969 on Ode Records, this sought-after album finds California collective The Brothers & Sisters covering a clutch of Bob Dylan classics in the era’s revolutionary gospel style. Produced by the legendary Lou Adler (Sam Cooke, Mamas and the Papas, Jan & Dean), and arranged by Gene Page, noted for his work for Motown, the performers were largely unknown but a few, namely Merry Clayton (star of the recent documentary 20 Feet from Stardom), Edna Wright (Honey Cone), and Gloria Jones went on to find great acclaim. The word of Dylan has rarely sounded so stirring. Liner notes interviewing Lou Adler, Merry Clayton and Edna Wright with archive photos. 24 bit / 96 kHz remaster from the original tapes and pressed on 180 gram LP with an expanded gatefold tip-on jacket.

Part I of  Your 2014 Subscription Package Includes:

+ The first 8 CDs or 8 LPs released from Light In The Attic during the first half of 2014, excluding box sets.

+ Select LP releases will include special Subscriber-Only colored wax (when colored vinyl is pressed), not available for non-subscribers or anywhere else in the known universe.

+ 15% off ALL online orders for the entire year, excluding subscriptions (discount code to be sent post-purchase). Discounts may not be used towards the subscription purchase.

+ First dibs on various rarities and exclusives throughout the year

+ Free shipping for Subscription titles

+ Due to licensing restrictions, not every LP release will include a digital download coupon

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2 Responses to “2014 Light In The Attic Subscription – Part I”

  1. Tom Wilson says:

    What is the deadline for the 2014 Subscription? When will the rest of the albums included in the subscription be revealed?

  2. Alan Bumstead says:

    Funny – I’ve been wanting to join the subscription scheme for a long time & now when I finally decide to, the two titles above I have both of already. So – is it possible to swap out albums for older LITA issues, and mentioning this during the subscription process?

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