Uncle Tupelo Fans

Just received notice that the first three Uncle Tupelo releases - No Depression, Still Feel Gone, and March 16-20, 1992 will be released on Legacy Records on May 21 on 180 gram vinyl. It has been a long wait, but I for one am definitely looking forward to what I hope is a quality pressing!
I really like Uncle Tupelo and Son Volt too.
Jay Farrar is on tour with a new make shift band to support their new tribute album to Woody Guthrie.
The band is called the New Multitudes. You can listen to the entire new album on Spotify.
I play in a band with the accordion player from Still Feel Gone. He's a sober guy and has great stories about the months in which he became Jeff Tweed's de facto designated driver.
Thanks for the story, Cymbop. Do you suppose it's he who was later immortalized by Tweedy in AMs "Passenger Side"?

By the way, fans of UT might like Two Cow Garage, esp their excellent second album, Wall Against Our Backs.

I have the test presssings and they are great. J is right about two cow garage. I wanted to keep them for myself.
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Anodyne isn't too easy to find anymore.
Scott, Do you have the fairly recent Whiskeytown Pneumonia on clear vinyl? If so how does it sound. I've been considering this one for a while.
Anodyne is not hard to find anymore.

All 3 re-issues from Legacy sound spectacular.

The UT 45 re-issues are great too! (found on RSD this year - from Sony no less).
Thanks for the information. My wish list just keeps growing. I have to remember soundstage direct. They seem to be a top supplier.