- Mastered from the original analog tapes
- Booklet with liner notes and rare archive photos
- Deluxe die cut Stoughton “tip-on” jacket with embossed lettering
- Vinyl pressed at RTI
- Retail-exclusive version available on mystery blue and clear/gold wax
- Deluxe Bundle (Selections based on T-Shirt Sizes): “Jim Sullivan” Orange LP (LITA177), “If The Evening Were Dawn” Orange LP (LITA178), Song book, T-Shirt, & Poster
(note: Poster ships separately)
- Riso-printed Jim Sullivan song book designed by renowned illustrator Clay Hickson
- Large format silk-screened poster (18″ × 24″)
- Jim Sullivan T-Shirt featuring design by Chris Campbell
- Includes full album downloads of “Jim Sullivan”, “If The Evening Were Dawn”, and the 1969 masterpiece “UFO”. Downloads will be sent within 24 hours of purchase.
Available October 25, 2019
On March 4, 1975, Jim Sullivan mysteriously disappeared outside Santa Rosa, New Mexico. His VW bug was found abandoned, his motel room untouched. Some think he got lost. Some think the mafia bumped him. Some even think he was abducted by aliens.
By coincidence–or perhaps not–Jim’s 1969 debut album was titled U.F.O.. Released in tiny numbers on a private label, it too was truly lost until Light In The Attic Records began a years-long quest to re-release it–and to solve the mystery of Sullivan’s disappearance. Only one of those things happened, and you can guess which…