Ryan Adams Rock N Roll This Is It Shallow 1974 Wish You Were Here So Alive Luminol Burning Photographs She's Lost Total Control Note To Self: Don't Die Rock 'N' Roll Anybody Wanna Take Me Home Do Miss America Boys The Drugs Not Working CD
Ryan Adams Prisoner [Black Friday 17] Limited Black Friday release available instore and online from Friday 24th November, strictly one per customer. Ryan Adams is an American singer-songwriter, musician, multi-instrumentalist, record producer and poet. He is best known for his solo career, during which he has released sixteen albums, and as a former member of alternative country band Whiskeytown. Adams has sold an impressive 4 millions albums in the US over his 20 year career. Prisoner, Ryan Adams' first original studio album since 2014, features his hit "Do You Still Love Me?" and is being released on cassette for RSD Black Friday. blue note
Ryan Adams Heartbreaker UK copies have dried up so it's imports only for now... Remastered reissue of Ryan Adams' iconic solo debut originally released in 2000! UMC CD | LP
Ryan Adams 1989 Good ol' Ryan Adams! In case you missed it, he's covered Taylor Swift's massive album 1989 in its entirety, supposedly in the style of The Smiths, but the majority sounds very much pure Ryan Adams. This is so very good! Pax Am CD | LP
Ryan Adams Willow Lane " In this track Willow Lane, it was late night and I think me and Marshall were just jamming at PaxAm… I had a lot on my mind. I had recently come back from being in North Carolina for the first time in years reacquainting myself with my father and sister after a long time. My then wife didnt know how bored the Jacksonville Police Dept was or how menacing. I knew it well having grown up running from the cops for skateboarding and other acts of madness. I often wondered what percentage of kids I grew up with eventually just went to jail who stayed there. There is a feeling of bleak desperation in the summer there. I used to feel it and taunt it growing up when the warm lights of my Grandmothers house offered me so much love, like a shelter from this raging storm of nothingness outside. It made it strangely fun. On that trip, it was just us, me and my other-half, standing in the yard of the now empty house that belonged to my GMa, the sense of loss was tremendous. I would soon lose her neighbor and my life-long band mate and brother, Allen. We ventured back to the house, the house I moved to from South Willow Lane, this bizarre home that stood in shadow while all other house were in sunlight. The entire neighborhood was starting to fall apart. Had it always been this way? I stood over where Bully had been buried and I could feel the sharp and awful pains of missing him so much in me. Holding him in my arms. So many days of my life were just him and me, laying in the yard reading comics- me talking to him. He was my best friend. He will always be the first and most special relationship in my life. He loved me everyday and for who I was. And our connection was intense and not at all like a boy and his cat. People who comment that he was more like a human or a dog, really and no matter where I went when I left the house he would run after me, even after the car- to the point where we would have to pick him up and bring him back home. This song and this single are for him. I love you, Bully. I do it all for you. I only believe in the other side so I might hold you close once more and lay with you in the sunlight and not waste a single moment again of our time. Yes or Run is a continuation of the Blue Light sound that I have been chasing, Mike V and Charlie helped me take this raw jam that was sitting on tape and shape it into something new and it makes me so proud and so happy that we continue those crazy nights at Pax…. and Red Hot Blues was a funny accidental comedic jam, many of which happen at PaxAm, one night during the writing sessions for the self -titled record- and that’s Tal on bass and Marsh on drums. Doc Patt filled in the accordion at the end of Willow Lane- so if you cry it’s partially his fault too. Keep on Keeping On" - Ryan Adams Pax Am 7"
Ryan Adams Live at Carnegie Hall 6LP boxset is the second pressing LP/CD that features 10 songs taken from two live solo acoustic Ryan Adams shows at Carnegie Hall in November 2014. The performances themselves are flawless and the recording is as well; everything is so crisp and clear that Carnegie Hall might as well be your living room. But the later songs remain what they were on record: tuneful, workmanlike numbers that can’t possibly generate the emotional payload of Heartbreaker but aren’t really trying to. Ryan Adams' music often gets called "effortless," which cuts both ways—it can sound elemental and eternal and also like something he dashed off in five minutes. He’s very much aware of this reputation as well Pax Am / Blue Note CD | LP
Ryan Adams Come Pick Me Up UK 7's have sold out but we have some import 7" with a 'made in Germany' sticker on the back.Limited edition Record Store Day 7" lifted from Ryan's first solo album! UMC 7" RSD 2015
Ryan Adams Blue Light Expected 30th March Ryan Adams continues his PAX AM 7" series with this new single! On the title track, Adams said, “It all went down in an hour- band playing live to tape. Musically, this is such a cousin to “The Door” from Blackhole ( One day you will understand what that means- think Love is Hell/ More Mats ) Lyrically — that bleakness…I had this vision of New York city this guy in a busted pair of glasses walking between subway cars…people texting each other glued to their information machines. I fucking know I get lost in that shit.”The story behind “On My Life” is a bit more personal to Adams, who says, “That’s a portrait of me maybe back in the early 2000’s on 2nd Avenue and A, having lived in a hotel that was once a children’s hospital for basically children with polio (ugh). I am CERTAIN it was haunted but by a sadness really that I cannot explain. Chris Farley died in that building.”The final tune, “I Lost My Mind,” is derived from The Cure and, as Adams notes, “there’s nothing but 7-11 grease on this one, ladies and gentlemen. Shined up with the funk. Maybe a little dash of the creeps on the side too.” Pax Am 7"