May 2, 2018
- Neil Young “Tonight’s The Night” Roxy (Tonight’s The Night Live) (Reprise Records) 2018
- Uncle Tupelo “Whiskey Bottle (1989 Demo)” No Depression – Demos (Legacy / Sony Music) 2018
- Wilco “Someone Else’s Song (Live At The Troubadour 11/12/96)” Being There (Reprise Records) 2017
- Baby Huey “Listen To Me” The Baby Huey Story – The Living Legend (Curtom) 1971
- Kevin Morby & Waxahatchee “Farewell Transmission” Farewell Transmission b/w The Dark Don’t Hide It (Dead Oceans) 2018
- Courtney Barnett “Avant Gardener” Avant Gardener (Milk! Records) 2013
The tales of Record Store Day week continues with Scott Parks of Indiana. Since this was his first time ever participating, he picked up some special releases that might make you a tad jealous.
Scott shops at S&J Stereo and Galactic Greg’s in northwest Indiana.
FUN FACT: The band Uncle Tupelo was no stranger to name changes. Right when the band formed, the were identified as The Plebes. After some restructuring, they then changed their name to The Primitives; a reference to a 1965 song by The Groupies. Their final name change to Uncle Tupelo was initiated to avoid any confusion with another British rock band at the time also called The Primitives.
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