Run Out Groove launches ROG CORNERSTONES — “records that should be in everyone’s collection.” The debut cornerstone is an expanded edition of Morphine’s “Yes” LP.
The communal spirit that existed, specifically in the early 70’s, was best captured first in the 1971 Delaney & Bonnie record ‘Motel Shot.’
Run Out Groove has its March titles to vote on and time is almost up.
Run Out Groove is releasing ‘The Baby Huey Story: The Living Legend’ 2-LP expanded edition (limited to only 3,350 copies) and The Beau Brummels ‘Bradley’s Barn’ 2-LP expanded edition (limited to only 3000 copies) for Record Store Day.
Vinyl record fans voted to make the next limited and numbered Run Out Groove title, ‘Down By The Old Mainstream’ by Golden Smog available for pre-order by March 8.
While Solomon Burke won the vote last round, Run Out Groove is offering vinyl from Lorraine Ellison, Little Richard and Golden Smog for the current voting round.
Soul artist Lou Johnson’s 1967 classic, Sweet Southern Soul, was voted as the latest Run Out Groove limited-edition, vinyl record release.
“Motel Shot Expanded” is available to order exclusively via the RUN OUT GROOVE website until October 4th and will be limited and numbered based on total orders taken at the end of the pre-order period.
The sixth episode of the Goldmine Magazine Podcast presents Peter Hook (Joy Division/New Order/The Light) and Matthew Block of Run Out Groove Records.