Alex Chilton is “Free Again”

Omnivore Recordings, the folks that recently put together a Big Star Third vinyl reissue, has another treat up its collective sleeve for Alex Chilton fans. On Jan. 10, they will release “Free Again: The ‘1970’ Sessions” on LP, CD, and digital.

Here is how they explain this release:

“Free Again: The ‘1970’ Sessions” are the first solo recordings from a post-Box Tops/pre-Big Star Alex Chilton. The album, mixed and engineered by Terry Manning, will be released as a 20-track CD featuring six previously unreleased songs, and 12-track LP. The first 1,500 LPs will be pressed on limited-edition clear vinyl (black vinyl thereafter). The first 500 LP orders from the Omnivore Recordings webstore will come with a bonus 7″ that includes two additional versions of the previously unreleased “All We Ever Got From Them Was Pain” – the original mix and the demo. The album will also be available digitally at all major online retailers, as well as the Omnivore Recordings webstore.


Chilton fans you have been alerted.

About Michael Berick

I am a longtime writer, and lover, of music and pop culture. I have written for Entertainment Weekly, the Los Angeles Times, the LA Weekly, the San Francisco Chronicle, Cleveland Scene and more places (that I wouldn't take up more of your time mentioning now).
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