Series: A Cabinet Of Curiosities
Includes folded 36” x 27” "movie poster"
The previously unissued soundtrack to the 1964 western noir, discovered after 55 years in the Wayne Louis Moody archive. Sixteen languid guitar instrumentals, femme fatale dirges, and cinematic country crooners score the loneliest night of one man's life. Packaged in a replica of the original octagonal film canister, with 36" x 27" fold out movie poster. Ten incredible albums culled from the deepest, weirdest co-op of record enthusiasts ever gathered under one banner. We've spared no expense packaging these, pairing the idea of the Art of Compilation with living and breathing art, creating little fortune cookies baked in a factory of forgotten dreams. Video games, pyramids, trading cards, matchbooks, mazes, lottery tickets, film canisters, yearbooks, and various other exercises in design absurdity.
A1 –Gene Sikora - A Song For Mary
A2 –Cheryle Thompson - Black Night
A3 –Bailey's Nervous Kats - First Love
A4 –Don McGinnis - Good Luck To You
A5 –Shelley Duncan - Somewhere Down The Line
A6 –Attila & The Huns - The Lonely Huns
A7 –Alvie Self - Lonely Walk
A8 –Eddy Bailes & The Cadillacs - Dark Side Of The Moon
A9 –The Jades - Lost Train
B1 –Haydon Thompson - 16.88
B2 –Slim Martin - Haunted After Midnight
B3 –The Expresso’s - Wandering
B4 –Nicky Roberts - Spaceman (Out Of Nowhere)
B5 –Buzz Clifford - Wouldn’t It Be Nice (To Have Wings And Fly)
B6 –Houston And Dorsey - Ebb Tide
B7 –Charlie Megira - Tomorrow’s Gone
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