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  • Medium gray T in a variety of sizes features the WPKN Write-On design by Wendy Flanagan
  • Good News Restaurant & Bar Gift Certificate

    Carole Peck began her love affair with food 30 years ago, graduating from the Culinary Institute of America in 1973. Pioneering a then male-dominated profession, she grew to her now distinguished reputation. After graduation, Peck worked as the executive chef at many restaurants, resorts, and clubs from Cape Cod to Hilton Head to Austin to Miami and New York City. Along the way she continually gained recognition and professional acclaim.
    She settled in Litchfield County in 1983.
  • Enjoy both LUCINDA WILLIAMS- This Sweet Old World (25th Anniversary Issue) and Lucinda Williams's Jukebox Vol. 6: You Are Cordially Invited... A Tribute to the Rolling Stones
  • Starry Eyed and Laughing: Forever Young

    1 Forever Young (Bob Dylan) 2 I'm So RestlessWritten By (Roger McGuinn) 3 Miles Away 4 Dancing Slow 5 Givin' You The Blues 6 Another You 7 Jet Plane Rider 8 4 + 20 (Stephen Stills) 9 (Just Like) A Weepy Movie 10 Lay Down Your Weary Tune (Bob Dylan) 11 Propinquinty (I've Just Begun To Care) (Michael Nesmith) 12 I Thought I Was A Child (Jackson Browne) 13 So Tired 14 In The Madness (Electric Version) 15 He Was A Friend Of Mine (Roger McGuinn) 16 Strangers All Over Again 17 Meet Me Lord (At The Bottom Of The Hill) 18 You Ain't Goin’ Nowhere (Bob Dylan)
  • ROLLING STONES COMBO- BOTH Lucinda Williams and HOT ROCKS 1964-1971

  • Lucinda Williams's Jukebox Vol. 6: You Are Cordially Invited... A Tribute to the Rolling Stones

    Well, my first thoughts are that Williams has drawn, not unsurprisingly exclusively from the Stones purple patch, from '65 to '74 but it's an interesting selection. There are of course the obvious choices: "Satisfaction", "Paint It Black", "Sympathy For The Devil" and "You Can't Always Get What You Want" but there are also some rather less obvious numbers like "No Expectations", "Moonlight Mile" and "Time Waits For No One", and there's no room for some of the Stones big hits, "Jumping Jack Flash" for example; so it's an interesting mix. By and large, Williams hasn't reinvented or reimagined any of these songs, there are tweaks and some nice additions but pretty much they retain the sound and character of the originals, although there are exceptions and foremost amongst these is "Dead Flowers", always one of my favorites in the Stones catalog.
  • Bob Dylan LIVE! 1962-1966 - Rare Performances From The Copyright Collections and Essential Bob Dylan
  • Prime Prine: The Best of John Prine

    Atlantic Records Prime Prine is the 1976 compilation of songs from John Prine’s first four albums. Features the tracks “Sam Stone”, The Great Compromise" and "Sweet Revenge". Tracks: "Sam Stone" "Saddle in the Rain" "Please Don't Bury Me" "The Great Compromise" "Grandpa Was a Carpenter" "Donald and Lydia" "Illegal Smile" "Sweet Revenge" "Dear Abby" "Souvenirs" "Come Back to Us Barbara Lewis Hare Krishna Beauregard" "Hello in There"
  • 101 Motown Anthems

    Various Artists INCLUDING The Jackson 5, The Supremes, Martha & the Vandellas, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, The Isley Brothers, Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, The Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, Lionel Richie.
  • LUCINDA WILLIAMS- This Sweet Old World (25th Anniversary Issue)

    25th ANNIVERSARY 2017 reissue of her wonderful 1992 album 'Sweet Old World', completely rerecorded & expanded with 4 bonus tracks plus new artwork! Includes 'Sidewalks Of The City' & 'Hot Blood' plus a cover of the Nick Drake song 'Which Will'.
  • Milk of the Tree: Anthology Of Female Vocal Folk & Singer-Songwriters 1966-1973

    Notwithstanding one or two isolated exceptions, it wasn't until the mid-'60s that independent female voices really began to be heard within the music industry. Over the course of four hours and sixty tracks, Milk Of The Tree focuses on the music made in the late '60s and early '70s in both Britain and North America by either female solo artists or acts with featured female vocalists. Along the way, we encounter San Franciscan psychedelia, LA folk rock, Swinging London pop-folk, electric folk, progressive folk and even folk club folk as well as (of course) a plethora of singer- songwriters (including Various ladies of the Canyon) from the movement's golden age. As well as featuring most of the leading figures from both sides of the Atlantic, Milk Of The Tree includes many performers who received little attention at the time but who now have a cult reputation amongst collectors.
  • Sounds of Summer: Very Best of The Beach Boys

    Appreciate what makes Sounds of Summer unique. This is the first single-disc collection to feature such a large cross-section of hits from the group's entire career, spanning 1962's "Surfin' Safari" through 1988's "Kokomo." All 30 tracks, spanning several label changes, were Billboard Top 40 hits and are probably now as identifiable as the national anthem to anyone with radio or TV access. The fact that the tracks aren't in chronological order helps make for a fresh listening experience, as does the crisp digital sound. And yet these songs--even those that are more than four decades old--always sound strangely fresh and will likely remain so as long as there are beaches, young people, and that symbolic season of freedom and dreams.

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