Reissued in a luxury edition by TKO- Waylon's music is a mixture of country, rock, blues and modern sounds. This album was made possible by the combined effort of Waylon Jennings and the owners of J.D.'s.
A co-founder of the P-Funk movement, Clarence Eugene "Fuzzy" Haskins was born in West Virginia in 1941 and started as a singer in the doo-wop vocal group The Parliaments, led by George Clinton in the late 1950s.
Flume kicks off a new cycle with his highly anticipated third album, Palaces. The 13-track LP shows off his ability to expertly push the boundaries of a sound he helped define, while delivering songs that are still undeniably "Flume."
"Ghostface teams up with Toronto jazz-funk dons BADBADNOTGOOD for Sour Soul, his latest foray into working with a live band. It features collaborations with DOOM, Danny Brown, Tree and more." -Pitchfork