A firm fan favourite, Giant Sand’s essential 1991 album ‘Ramp’ was the second of three revered albums the band released in the early 90s. Now set for a remastered special indie store exclusive, the new edition released on 17th July comes beautifully repackaged in a gatefold sleeve with new artwork and expanded liner notes from MOJO’s Dave Henderson.
- Newly remastered double LP beautifully repackaged gatefold sleeve with new artwork and expanded liner notes
- Second disc includes Mad Dog Studio sessions from 1991
- An essential Giant Sand album featuring Victoria Williams, Rainer and country veteran Pappy Allen
‘Ramp’ is a magical trip with a host of guests including Victoria Williams, Rainer and Pappy Allen.
“One of Giant Sand’s strongest and most complete albums.” The Quietus
Featuring piano lounge music for an off-world colony interrupted by an onslaught of guitar when needed. Reverb on, fuzz friendly. Up to 11, it’s light and dark and the better for it, a musical journey on a road less travelled. All sounds are welcome; banjo, dobro, pedal steel, plaintive harmonica, whistling all wrap themselves around the flow of consciousness; those truly memorable words.
With Gelb’s lyrical invention to the fore: “His thoughts unfold in long, rolling sentences that don’t always follow conventional rules of grammar or syntax.” (The Quietus).
The Tucson sound at it’s very best.
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