Reissue Treatment For Ryan Adams

In 2009, the great Ryan Adams announced to the world that music wasn’t for him anymore, and that he was going to stop writing and recording for a little while. He hasn’t been exactly silent since then, what with the download-only release of him comical faux-metal album Orion and the release this year of Cardinals III/IV. Now, his old label Lost Highway have decided to reissue two of his most classic LPs.

TwentyFourBit report that in celebration of their tenth anniversary, Lost Highway are putting out a bunch of vinyl, paying tribute to the albums that defined them as a label. Adams’ 2004 effort Love Is Hell is to get re-pressed, as is his the last album he made with old band Whiskeytown, Pneumonia. Also coming out is his curious 2003 aberration, Rock N Roll.

Other records getting the vinyl treatment from Lost Highway include Johnny Cash’s American Recordings VI: Ain’t No Grave, and Timeless: A Tribute To Hank Williams, which included Adams’ excellent version of the country pioneer’s Lovesick Blues.

Keep an eye on Lost Highway’s website for concrete release dates and details.

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