CASTLE, LYNN - ROSE COLORED CORNER

CASTLE, LYNN - ROSE COLORED CORNER

LP (12"/10" Album)

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Label: LIGHT IN THE AT

Release date: 09/06/2017

Barcode: 0826853015714

Catalog no.: LITA0000157

Item ID: 446015

Lynn Castle's work spans no less than seven decades. During all those years she has created a diverse and vast (albeit mostly unreleased) catalogue of pop, folk, country, gothic, rock, punk, blues and children's songs. Now Light In The Attic continues its 'Lee Hazlewood Archive Series' with 'Rose Colored Corner', a collection of intimate material -from 1966- that Lynn (joined by the band Last Friday's Fire) recorded with Jack Nitzsche. Back in the day Lee Hazlewood released two of these tracks ('The Lady Barber' and 'Rose Coloured Corner') on his LHI Records. For the first time ever Lynn shares recordings from her personal archive, and tells the story.

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