LITA Podcast #9 | RSD 2017!

On episode nine of The Light In The Attic Podcast, we talk about one of the most hyped-up days of the year in our industry: Record Store Day!  Record Store Day started 10 years ago and has since blossomed into an all-out grab fest. This is a day for the people who make up the world of the record store—the staff, the customers, and the artists—to come together and celebrate the unique culture of a record store and the special role these independently owned stores play in their communities. Special vinyl and CD releases and various promotional products are made exclusively for the day.

These are the stories behind our wild bunch of Record Store Day Releases, including the soundtrack to the 1973 Edie Sedgwick film Ciao! Manhattan, a collection of transcendental, minimalist proto-new age piano music by George Gurdjieff and Thomas de Hartmann, and the soundtrack to the Volcom surf film Psychic Migrations.

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**Track List:**
1. White Fence – “Only Man Alive” (Psychic Migrations)
2. Gurdjieff/de Hartmann – “Prayer & Despair”
3. Gurdjieff/de Hartmann – “Caucasian Dance”
4. Gurdjieff/de Hartmann – “The Struggle Of The Magicians” (Fragment No. 5)
5. Gino Piserchio – “Angel Shock” (Ciao! Manhattan)
6. Edie Sedgwick – “Turn the whole world on just for a moment…” (Ciao! Manhattan – Dialogue Track)
7. Richie Havens – “To Give All Your Love Away” (Ciao! Manhattan)
8. John Phillips – “Malibu People” (Ciao! Manhattan)
9. Skip Battin & Kim Fowley – “Citizen Kane” (Ciao! Manhattan)
10. Al Lover – “Flight Patterns” (Psychic Migrations)
11. Gurdjieff/de Hartmann – “The Struggle Of The Magicians” (Fragment No. 5)(Psychic Migrations)
12. Bitchin Bajas – “Bajas Ragas” (Psychic Migrations)
13. Cave – “Shikaakwa” (Psychic Migrations)

Credits: - Hosts/Producers: Hilary Staff & Jackie Allen – Editor/Producer: Michelle Lanz – Guests: Charles Ketcham, David Weisman, Kurt Midness, Ryan Thomas

Psychic Migrations Music Supervisor Kurt Midness (l) and director Ryan Thomas (r) being interviewed for the LITA podcast