It’s finally here! Litterally, it’s been 10 years since Light In The Attic’s man-with-the-plan Matt Sullivan was working at Al Milman’s old record shop, Bedazzled Discs, in Seattle when Al spoke of the need for a Vagrants comp. Vagrants I Can’t Make A Friend 1965 – 1968 collects the band’s singles for various labels like Southern Sound, Vanguard, and ATCO, all on CD, LP (180-gram wax and gatefold “tip-on” sleeve), Digital and fully re-mastered. Rounding out this essential release is a collection of rare/unseen photos, liner notes by Mike Stax (Ugly Things), and an archive interview with Johnny Ramone speaking about the Vagrants’ influence on The Ramones.
Also, tune in tomorrow for an exclusive interview on the LITA blog with Al Milman (Alan Milman Sect) on the Vagrants and the NYC/LI sound in the late 60′s.
Vagrants: I Can’t Make A Friend 1965 – 1968
CD | LP | Digital
Now Available HERE!