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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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Terry Allen Profiled in The Guardian.

Terry Allen Profiled in The Guardian.

We’d like to extend our thanks to Garth Cartwright for penning a lovely profile in The Guardian on “Cult Hero” Terry Allen – detailing his relationship with the late Guy Clark, his art, and our recent reissue of his album Juarez.

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Terry Allen's Juarez Out Today | Terry Allen Tamale T-Shirts | Sale + Other News.

Terry Allen’s Juarez Out Today | Terry Allen Tamale T-Shirts | Sale + Other News.

We’re thrilled to be releasing one of our favorite records of all time today, Terry Allen’s 1975 masterpiece Juarez. Happy release day, and a deep thank you, to Terry. In celebration, we’re proud to present the Terry Allen Tamale T-Shirt—as far as we know the only item of its kind—as well as a sale on some older reissues.

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JUAREZ Week: Rolling Stone Streams Terry Allen's Masterpiece + The Quietus Shares the Accompanying Lithographs.

JUAREZ Week: Rolling Stone Streams Terry Allen’s Masterpiece + The Quietus Shares the Accompanying Lithographs.

In advance of its release on Friday, May 20, Rolling Stone Country is streaming the entirety of Terry Allen’s 1975 debut masterpiece in all its remastered glory, along with an accompanying feature. The Quietus goes deep on the accompanying, little-seen suite of related lithographs. And Terry presents the MemWars performance at SITE Santa Fe this week.

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Terry Allen Premieres Live "What of Alicia" Video.

Terry Allen Premieres Live “What of Alicia” Video.

Texas Monthly has shared a new video of Allen and his sons Bukka and Bale performing “What of Alicia,” one of the narrative hinges of the Juarez cycle, earlier this year at Texas Tech University in Lubbock. TTU recently honored influential Lubbock natives Terry and his wife Jo Harvey with the inauguration of The Allen Collection, an extensive archive to house artwork and ephemera by both artists.

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Welcome to Juarez.

Welcome to Juarez.

Feast your eyes on a preview of the beautiful packaging for our definitive, deluxe edition of Terry Allen’s 1975 masterpiece Juarez, the first-ever reissue on vinyl, including some of the restored original artwork. Thanks to Uncut for the interview with Terry–which touches on the Velvet Underground, Capt. Beefheart, and beans–and the 9/10 review.

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Terry Allen's Juarez + Lubbock (on everything) Reissues.

Terry Allen’s Juarez + Lubbock (on everything) Reissues.

We are thrilled, humbled, and frankly still a bit awed, to announce our definitive editions of Terry Allen’s art-country classics. These are without a doubt the most extensive, detailed, and deluxe reissue projects we’ve undertaken to date, and we’re damn proud of the results. Pre-order Juarez now, and stream “Cortez Sail” via NPR Music’s Songs We Love. Today’s rainbow is tomorrow’s tamale.

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Terry Allen: Juarez (PoB-026)

Terry Allen: Juarez (PoB-026)

Legendary Texan artist Terry Allen occupies a unique position straddling the frontiers of country music and visual art. Widely celebrated as a masterpiece—arguably the greatest concept album of all time—his spare, haunting 1975 debut LP Juarez is a violent, fractured tale of the chthonic American Southwest and borderlands. Produced in collaboration with the artist and meticulously remastered from the original analog tapes, this is the definitive edition of the art-country classic.

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