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Mind Over Mirrors: Undying Color Release Day + Our First 100 Days.

Mind Over Mirrors: Undying Color Release Day + Our First 100 Days.

If you require a mind-expanding tonic to our national spell of ignorant, truculent insanity, the new Mind Over Mirrors album Undying Color is available today in your favorite record shops and online merchants, digital and physical alike. Listen, read critical acclaim for the album, learn about Secretly Group’s Our First 100 Days Project, and catch up on current and upcoming PoB tours.

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Annual Krampus Day Sale: 20% Off Through Dec. 11.

Annual Krampus Day Sale: 20% Off Through Dec. 11.

To celebrate, all catalog items will be discounted 20% through Sunday, Dec. 11th when you use the coupon code KRAMPUS during checkout. This year, in the spirit of assistance and resistance, we will be donating a portion of our sale proceeds to the ACLU. Also, listen to our PoB 2016 Picks + Office Favorites Playlist.

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Pedal Steal: Terry Allen, Covered: A Playlist.

Pedal Steal: Terry Allen, Covered: A Playlist.

Here’s something for your weekend: a Spotify playlist of Terry Allen songs covered by admirers, friends, collaborators… and himself. The gang’s all here: everyone from Doug Sahm to Richard Buckner to Guy Clark to Little Feat. Dig in.

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Terry Allen: Lubbock (on everything) Release Day.

Terry Allen: Lubbock (on everything) Release Day.

Happy Release Day to Terry Allen (again)! We’ve spilled plenty of ink on this album, in the liner notes and elsewhere, so for now, please just enjoy this masterpiece of West Texas art-country. Order the record, visit your favorite local shop to grip it, or stream it herein. The physical package must be seen to be believed, so please check out the unboxing video, as well as some incredible ephemera related to the original record release show in spring 1979.

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Stream Terry Allen's Lubbock (on everything) in All its Remastered Glory.

Stream Terry Allen’s Lubbock (on everything) in All its Remastered Glory.

This Friday, Oct. 14 marks the release date of our highly anticipated reissue of Terry Allen’s 1979 masterpiece Lubbock (on everything), the follow-up to Juarez. Check out some of the recent press and other evidence below, and stream the remastered, pitch-corrected album in full in advance of its release. Now, for the first time ever, you can hear the entire album as it was intended by Allen. Orders now shipping.

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Read David Byrne's Essay on Terry Allen's Lubbock (on everything).

Read David Byrne’s Essay on Terry Allen’s Lubbock (on everything).

David Byrne, a noted fan, friend, and collaborator of Terry Allen, has written a new essay on his love for Terry Lubbock (on everything) to accompany our reissue of the 1979 classic. Today Dangerous Minds has published the essay, titled “A Sleeping Bag In The West Texas Scrub,” in full. In it he discusses his own connections to Lubbock, the first time he met Terry and his wife, actor and writer Jo Harvey Allen, and digs deep into his favorite songs.

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Terry Allen in Frieze Magazine.

Terry Allen in Frieze Magazine.

Frieze Magazine has published a feature on our reissues of Terry Allen’s classic art-country albums: “A singular moment in the history of country music [and] one of the most singular and underrated works in the history of US conceptual art. Lubbock (on everything) and Juarez are restless travelogues, songs of feeling out of place and in search of home.” Plus, check out some shots of the deluxe LP package en plein air.

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Terry Allen Shares Performance Video of "New Delhi Freight Train," Live in Lubbock.

Terry Allen Shares Performance Video of “New Delhi Freight Train,” Live in Lubbock.

Watch Allen and The Panhandle Mystery Band (with Delbert McClinton and Robert Earl Keen) tear into “New Delhi Freight Train,” originally released on the classic Lubbock (on everything) (and famously covered by Little Feat), at Texas Tech in Lubbock, TX, the first-ever live performance of the album in its entirety. Hear the remastered album version and check out Terry’s tour dates, including a show today at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival.

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Watch a Short Film About Terry Allen's Lubbock (on everything).

Watch a Short Film About Terry Allen’s Lubbock (on everything).

We are grateful to share a new documentary, produced by Texas Tech Public Media, on Terry Allen’s seminal 1979 album. Featuring interviews with artist Paul Milosevich; Terry’s wife, actor and writer Jo Harvey Allen; producer Lloyd Maines; and Allen himself, the film discusses the making of the album, Allen’s legacy, and his relationship to his hometown. Also, check out Terry’s Juarez-inspired playlist of “border burn” songs, Cross the Razor.

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Pre-Order Terry Allen's Lubbock (on everything) + Hear "Amarillo Highway."

Pre-Order Terry Allen’s Lubbock (on everything) + Hear “Amarillo Highway.”

We’re proud finally to announce the long-simmering details of our most in-depth and deluxe reissue project to date, Terry Allen’s revered art-country classic 1979 double album. Produced in close collaboration with the artist and remastered from the original analog tapes, this is the definitive edition and the first to correct the tape speed inconsistencies on all prior versions.

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Summer/Fall Performance News: Hopscotch, Southern Accent, Tours, and More.

Summer/Fall Performance News: Hopscotch, Southern Accent, Tours, and More.

News about the release show for Nathan Bowles’ Whole & Cloven at the Center for the Study of the American South, as well as PoB artists at the Hopscotch Music Festival, the Southern Accent exhibition at the Nasher Museum of Art, and tour date updates from Hiss Golden Messenger, Itasca, Jake Xerxes Fussell, Nap Eyes, Promised Land Sound, Steve Gunn, and Terry Allen.

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Terry Allen: Lubbock (on everything) (PoB-027)

Terry Allen: Lubbock (on everything) (PoB-027)

Allen’s deeply moving second masterpiece, a satirical memory palace to his West Texas hometown, is often cited as the urtext of alt-country. Produced in collaboration with the artist and remastered from the original tapes, this is the definitive edition: the first to correct the tape speed inconsistencies on all prior versions; the first U.S. vinyl reissue; the first CD to restore the full track listing; and the first to contextualize the record within Allen’s 50-year career.

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