Glass mastered CD in a mini record sleeve, with a heavyweight black card inner sleeve.
Please note that this CD DOES NOT come with a Bandcamp download of the contents, due to the expense involved in licensing all of these cover versions for streaming and online/download use. Unfortunately Bandcamp doesn’t allow for this eventuality, and makes it look like you’re getting a download too - my apologies for the confusion.
now to receive all the new
Cary Grace creates,
11 back-catalog releases,
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Black vinyl-style CD in a black mini record sleeve with a printed outer jacket.
Ten years of rarities and B-sides, now on CD!
1. Queen Bitch (Bowie) 4:12
2. Sound and Vision (Bowie) 4:08
3. Black Country Rock (Bowie) 5:24
4. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue (Dylan) 6:31
5. Archangel’s Thunderbird (Amon Düül II) 4:18
6. 2000 Light Years From Home (Rolling Stones) 7:33
7. Tales of Brave Ulysses (Cream) 5:48
8. Cirrus Minor (Pink Floyd) 6:16
9. Fat Old Sun (Pink Floyd) 15:31
This collection, much of which has never been available on CD before, is packed with rarities and B-sides recorded over the last decade (2007-2017) by Cary Grace. Many of the tracks originally appeared on limited edition compilations and vinyl-only singles, and a few have never been available in a physical media format all.
Please note that due to the up-front licensing costs required to sell downloads of cover songs through a US-based retailer, this release will not be made available for download through Bandcamp. Downloadable versions will be available to purchase from most other major music retailers via digital distribution from 13th March.
Bandcamp still sends out a download link to buyers of the CD, even though this album has no digital tracks uploaded. This link is automatically generated - Bandcamp doesn’t really have a system in place for releases that have no downloads attached to them - I’m very sorry for the confusion.
Cary Grace is an American expat, residing in England since 2005. She is as much at home wielding a soldering iron as a
guitar, and runs
Wessex Analogue, manufacturing Wiard brand boutique modular
synthesizers. She devotes as much of her free time as possible to making and listening to music, and finds much of her creative inspiration exploring the beautiful English countryside by motorbike....more