Karen Dalton - In My Own Time (50th Anniversary Edition)
This absolute masterpiece of an album gets the full LITA treatment.
Karen Dalton’s 1971 album, In My Own Time, stands as a true masterpiece by one of music’s most mysterious, enigmatic, and enduringly influential artists. Light in the Attic is honored to celebrate the 50th anniversary of In My Own Time with the definitive edition of this monumental classic.
+ Two 180-gram, 45 RPM LPs cut from new 2021 transfers and pressed at RTI, featuring bonus tracks from the original album sessions. Non-Returnable.
+ Previously unreleased 7” single: Live at Beat Club, Germany (April 1971).
Repro of 1971 French edition 7” single: Something On Your Mind b/w One Night Of Love.
+ Both 7” singles pressed at Third Man Pressing and housed in old-style tip-on jackets.
+ 20-page booklet featuring unseen photos and liner notes by Lenny Kaye, plus contributions from Nick Cave and Devendra Banhart.
+ Housed in a special, expanded trifold jacket.
+ Definitive edition of Karen Dalton’s 1971 Masterpiece.
+ Two 180-gram, 45 RPM LPs cut from new 2021 transfers and pressed at RTI, featuring bonus tracks from the original album sessions
+ 12” 180-gram, 45 RPM EP: Live at The Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festival (May 1971), newly remastered (2021) and previously unreleased in any format.
+ B-side includes a beautiful etching of Karen, illustrated by renowned artist Jess Rotter.
+ Previously unreleased 7” single: Live at Beat Club, Germany (April 1971)
+ Repro of 1971 French edition 7” single: Something On Your Mind b/w One Night Of Love
+ Both 7” singles pressed at Third Man Pressing and housed in old-style tip-on jackets
+ 20-page booklet featuring unseen photos and liner notes by Lenny Kaye, plus contributions from Nick Cave and Devendra Banhart
+ Replica Playbill for Montreux performance
+ CD of all tracks
+ Housed in a special, expanded trifold jacket
+ Limited to 2,000 sequentially foil numbered copies worldwide
+ Includes a 18”x24” fold-out movie poster of the acclaimed documentary film Karen Dalton: In My Own Time, illustrated by artist Matt McCormick
Featuring Dalton’s interpretations of songs like “Are You Leaving for the Country,” “When a Man Loves a Woman,” “Katie Cruel,” and her posthumously recognised signature performance, “Something On Your Mind,” will be available in a variety of formats, including a bonus-filled, 50th anniversary Super Deluxe Edition, which expands exponentially upon Light in the Attic’s 2006 reissue of the album, co-produced by Nicholas Hill.
The Oklahoma-raised Karen Dalton (1937-1993) brought a range of influences to her work. As Lenny Kaye writes in the liner notes, one can hear “the jazz of Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday, the immersion of Nina Simone, the Appalachian keen of Jean Ritchie, [and] the R&B and country that had to seep in as she made her way to New York."
CD & Cassette Editions feature 9 bonus tracks, including 6 previously unreleased live performances from The Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festival (May 1971) and Beat Club, Germany (April 1971)
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