Today is Screamer Thursday. The record of the day from the Sunday Records crates: She’s Crafty by the Beastie Boys.
Voted Screamer by WLIR listeners the fourth week of February 1986, we have this on a 12” with No Sleep Til Brooklyn on the b-side.
Record of the day from the Sunday Records crates: 461 Ocean boulevard by Eric Clapton.
Sunday Records took a field trip to Florida this week (we will be back on Sunday) so our record of the day is this classic album that was recorded down the road from where we are staying now.
This was a solo album by Eric Clapton that marked his return to recording after recovering from a three-year addiction to heroin. The album was released in late July 1974 for RSO Records, shortly after the record company released the hit single "I Shot the Sheriff" in early July the same year. The album topped various international charts and sold more than two million copies.
Featured record of the day from the Sunday Records crates: Zabriskie Point soundtrack - featuring Pink Floyd and Grateful Dead.
We just got a clean copy of the original pressing of this record in stock.
This is the soundtrack from Antonioni's weird and wild classic, originally released in 1970. The set features the debut solo recordings by Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia (only available on this soundtrack) as well as a number of songs recorded especially for the movie by Pink Floyd. Also includes 1960's nuggets from the Grateful Dead, John Fahey, Jessie Colin Young & the Youngbloods, Roscoe Holcomb, and David Lindley's Kaleidoscope, remastered onto 180 gram audiophile vinyl from the original master recordings. Deluxe gatefold sleeve includes rare photo stills from the movie, new liner notes about the music and film by maverick journalist Steve Dollar.