• Brand new collection includes demos and live tracks making their debut on vinyl
• 2-LP, 180gram, color vinyl pressed at Record Industry
• Comes in a tip-on gatefold Stoughton jacket with insert and liner notes
• Individually numbered and limited to one pressing
Run Out Groove’s 14th pre-order title. Judee Sill may not have been commercially successful in her short recording stint, but her influence looms large with recording artists such as Warren Zevon, Andy Partridge, Liz Phair, Beth Orton, Bill Callahan, Bonnie Prince Billy and more having covered her songs. The Turtles recorded “Lady-O” in 1969, two years before Sill’s 1971 debut album on Asylum Records contained that song. This brand new collection includes demos and live recordings that are making their debut on the vinyl format and have never sounded better. With new artwork, liner notes and our typical deluxe packaging, this limited ROG release should not be missed.