After hearing about this one for months and months and months, we can now share the cover art and more details about There Is No One: Louisville Is for Lovers Tribute to Palace Brothers, the upcoming collection masterminded by LIFL head John King.
The album (available on vinyl and cassette) is outtoday, with performances by, amongst others, Joe Manning, Cheyenne Mize, Wax Fang, Second Story Man, The Deloreans, Lydia Burrell, and Bonnie “Prince” Billy, too, of course. And also “Brick Pitino”.
Physical copies are available at Astro Black, Better Days, Matt Anthony’s Record Shop, Modern Cult and Guestroom Records – the latter is also handling mail-order requests.
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1) Idle Hands Are the Devil’s Playthings – The Gallery Singers at the Electric Church of the Tambourine
2) Long Before – Plastic Bubble
3) I Tried to Stay Healthy for You – Brick Pitino
4) The Cellar Song – Cheyenne Mize
5) (I Was Drunk at the) Pulpit -Wax Fang
6) There is No-One What Will Take Care of You – The Deloreans
7) O Lord Are You In Need -Ben Mundane (Glen Dentinger, Joe Manning And Rachel Grimes cassette release)
8) Merida – Tender Mercy
9) King Me – Lydia Burrell
10) I Had a Good Mother and Father – Blackbirds of Paradise
11) Riding – Second Story Man
12) O Paul – Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy
VIDEO: “O Lord Are You In Need,” performed by Glen Dentinger, Joe Manning and Rachel Grimes