Release date: 11/15/2004
Genre: Rock, Classic Rock
1. Weeks Go By Like Days (from Darla 100 4CD), 2. What Will I Do? (from Bad Jazz UK 7"), 3. White Rabbit (from Bad Jazz UK 7"), 4. Downtown (previously unreleased), 5. I Just Wanted to Be Your Friend (previously unreleased), 6. Time Never Gets (previously unreleased), 7. They Ran (Acoustic) (from Heartbreakin Man ep: EU release only), 8. Evelyn Is Not Real (Be-mixed) (from Heartbreakin Man ep: EU release only), 9. Isobella with the White Umbrella (from Bad Jazz UK 7'), 10. Josta Dreams and Bitter Hands (previously unreleased), 11. Old September Blues (gaed out version) (from Heartbreakin Man ep: EU release only), 12. When Will They Come (from Little Darla has a Treat for You v.15 CD), 13. Somebody Cares About The Maestro (from Gold Hole UK 7"), 14. Rocket Man (from Little Darla has a Treat for You v.12 CD)
The Darla archives contain many unreleased early My Morning Jacket recordings, the best of which have been compiled by My Morning Jacket’s Jim James for release along side all the hard to find favorites previously available only on singles, compilations and an early European only CD EP release.
M. Grig is a multi-instrumentalist who specializes in dobro, lap steel and pedal steel guitar living in Durham, North Carolina. His songs are beautiful, slow, wistful...
1. Stasis 2. Division 3. Hang 4. Counterpoise 5. New Lights 6. Congruence 7. Inertia 8. Parity
Darla Records is proud to offer the first digital and CD reissue of M.I.A.'s fourth and final record After the Fact, originally released on Flipside Records in early...
A six song, digital-only EP featuring three tracks each from newly remastered albums, Notes From the Underground and After the Fact. This is the first time the two...
Darla Records is proud to offer the first digital and CD reissue of M.I.A.'s third record Notes from the Underground, originally released on National Trust Records, December,...
It is undoubtedly Madeline’s voice that sets her apart from other singer-songwriters. As clear and precise as handbells with just the slightest country twang, its...