Label: Light In The Attic
Over a decade in the making, this new collection, Light in the Attic & Friends, features an incredible cast of legendary artists covering songs that the label Light in the Attic has re-released over the past 22 years, including Charles Bradley & The Menahan Street Band covering Sixto Rodriguez, Iggy Pop & Zig Zags covering funk queen Betty Davis, Ethan & Maya Hawke covering country great Willie Nelson, Angel Olsen covering folk singer Karen Dalton, 88-year old electronic pioneer Roedelius covering Mali guitar gods Tinariwen, and Mac DeMarco covering Japanese master Haruomi Hosono. The double LP is pressed on special limited edition color wax and housed in a widespine jacket featuring new cover art by renowned British artist Sophy Hollington, plus a booklet of new liner notes by Lydia Hyslop.
SIDE A: * Charles Bradley & The Menahan Street Band - Slip Away (Rodriguez) * Sweet Tea - After Laughter (Comes Tears) (Wendy Rene) * Vashti Bunyan & Devendra Banhart - How Could You Let Me Go (Madelynn Von Ritz aka Lynn Castle) * Barbara Lynn - We'll Understand (The Supreme Jubilees) * BADBADNOTGOOD feat. Jonah Yano - Key To Love Is Understanding (Majestics) SIDE B: * Iggy Pop & Zig Zags - If I'm In Luck I Might Get Picked Up (Betty Davis) * Mozart Estate - Low Life (Public Image Limited) * Leslie Winer & Maxwell Sterling - Once I Was (Tim Buckley) * Ethan & Maya Hawke - We Don't Run (Willie Nelson) * Gold Leaves - Won't You Tell Your Dreams (Lee Hazlewood) * Swamp Dogg, John C. Reilly, Jenny Lewis & Tim Heidecker - The Kneeling Drunkard's Plea (The Louvin Brothers) SIDE C: * Silas Short - You've Become A Habit (Leo Nocentelli) * Mac DeMarco - Honey Moon (Haruomi Hosono) * Cameron Bethany - Send It On (D'Angelo) * Roedelius - Le Chant des Fauves (Tinariwen) SIDE D: * Mark Lanegan - Same Old Man (Karen Dalton) * Angel Olsen - Something On Your Mind (Karen Dalton) * Mary Lattimore - Blink (Hiroshi Yoshimura) * Acetone - Plain As Your Eyes Can See (Jim Sullivan) * Steve Gunn & Bridget St. John - Rabbit Hills (Michael Chapman)