RECORD STORE DAY 2021 RELEASE - DROP 2 (17/07/21)
Limited to 250 copies
Back by popular demand, the critically acclaimed 2014 Resonance release, Manhattan Stories, by tenor saxophone icon Charles Lloyd is available once again as a deluxe, limited-edition (of 3,000 copies worldwide) 180gram 2-LP 2nd pressing newly remastered by renowned engineer Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio, cut at 33 1/3 RPM and pressed by Record Technology Inc. (RTI). This previously unissued album features guitarist Gábor Szábo, bassist Ron Carter and drummer Pete La Roca captured live in 1965 at Judson Hall and Slugs in New York City. The extensive booklet includes essays by the late, esteemed music critic Stanley Crouch, along with Willard Jenkins, Don Heckman and Michael Cuscuna; plus rare photos by Hank Parker, Francis Wolff, Lee Tanner and Raymond Ross. Track Listing: Disc One (Judson Hall): Side A 1. Sweet Georgia Bright (17:49) 2. How Can I Tell You (11:57) Side B 1. Lady Gabor (12:50) Disc Two (Slugs’): Side C 1. Slugs’ Blues (12:57) 2. Lady Gabor (13:53) Side D 1. Dream Weaver (15:25)
This Record Store Day item will be available to purchase in store on Saturday 17th July from 8am and available to purchase online from 6pm on Saturday 17th July. Strictly one per customer / no pre-orders.