Karen Dalton - In My Own Time (50th Anniversary Edition) | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Something on Your Mind
2. When a Man Loves a Woman
3. In My Own Dream
4. Katie Cruel
5. How Sweet It Is
6. In a Station
7. Take Me
8. Same Old Man
9. One Night of Love
10. Are You Leaving for the Country
11. Something on Your Mind (Alternate Take)
12. In My Own Dream (Alternate Take)
13. Katie Cruel (Alternate Take)
14. One Night of Love - Live at Beat Club
15. Germany
16. April 21
17. 1971
18. Take Me - Live at Beat Club
19. Germany
20. April 21
21. 1971
22. Something on Your Mind - Live at the Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festival
23. May 1
24. 1971
25. Blues on the Ceiling - Live at the Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festival
26. May 1
27. 1971
28. Are You Leaving for the Country - Live at the Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festival
29. May 1
30. 1971
31. One Night of Love - Live at the Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festival
32. May 1
33. 1971

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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. Celebrating the album's 50th anniversary, Light in the Attic is honored to present a newly remastered (2021) edition of the album. Both the CD and cassette editions feature 9 bonus tracks, including 3 alternate takes from the In My Own Time album sessions, along with 6 previously unreleased tracks captured during Karen's 1971 European tour, including live at The Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festival and Germany's Beat Club. All audio has been newly remastered by Dave Cooley, while lacquers were cut by Phil Rodriguez at Elysian Masters. A newly expanded booklet-featuring rarely seen photos, liner notes from musician and writer Lenny Kaye, and contributions from Nick Cave and Devendra Banhart-rounds out the release.