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The definitive musical statement from LA’s premiere psych-mod pop group.
7″ vinyl single with picture sleeve and download card
The Cherry Bluestorms’ second album chronicles the adventures of Bad Penny. The story of her travels south to London are set to a soundtrack of remarkable music that is also a love letter to the band’s early musical influences. Includes The Bluestorms’ version of Donovan’s Wear Your Love Like Heaven”.
The Cherry Bluestorms’ debut album, Transit of Venus is a garden of unearthly delights for those who love the vinyl pressed between 1964 and 1970. TOV has been praised for
its savvy references to critical watersheds of ‘60’s rock, its stunning version of The Beatles’ “Baby, You’re a Rich Man” and the CD cover, an update of The Rolling Stones’ “Her Satanic Majesties’ Request”, complete with lenticular
Make Every Day a Holiday (Download)
In the spirit of giving, we are offering a download card (with a .wav file of the song) and a Cherry Bluestorms badge for one dollar shipping and handling and a one-dollar (minimum) donation that will go directly to MusiCares–an organization near to us for the support they showed during Glen’s time of need.
Original limited edition 1986 12″ vinyl pressing of the Skin Trade’s 4-song EP, featuring Glen Laughlin. Co-produced by Glen and LA legend Earle Mankey.
Deborah Gee’s solo CD is an intimate collection of songs featuring the singer-songwriter’s distinctive vocals and contributions from luminaries Alan Myers (Devo),Mike Clink (Guns & Roses), C.J. De Villar (Gilby Clarke), Michael Woodrum (Eric Clapton), Jon Ingoldsby (Elton John, Madonna) and others. Features Pearl, from the soundtrack of The Smokers.