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Alan Price’s 1974 Warner Bros. album Savaloy Dip came and went in the blink of an eye (on a recalled eight-track!) before disappearing for what might have been forever…but Omnivore Recordings has come to the rescue with the first-ever reissue of this 11-song lost record from the Animals founder/keyboardist!
This release presents for the very first time a 1959 Indianapolis concert featuring the legendary guitarist Wes Montgomery with pianist Eddie Higgins’ Trio. The six-song set includes “Give Me the Simple Life,” “Stompin’ at the Savoy” and “You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To.”
The legacy of the late Tony Award-winning actress and Broadway favorite Dorothy Loudon (the original Miss Hannigan in Annie) is celebrated with this new limited edition CD release. It opens with her live stereo album recorded at New York’s Blue Angel nightspot in 1959 and continues to chronicle her early career with a complete collection of her rare singles recorded between 1951 and 1955. Every track here is making its debut on CD. This release also launches Stage Door’s Collectors Series, featuring mini-LP-style packaging.