Bubbha Thomas – Revolutionary, spiritual jazz bandleader, drummer, and activist from Houston. (more…)
Photo: David Axelrod, c. 1969, taken at Capitol Studios, Hollywood. Capitol Records Archives.
Composer David Axelrod’s essential trilogy on Capitol Records – Song of Innocence (1968), Song of Experience (1969), and Earth Rot (1970) – officially reissued by Now-Again Records. (more…)
Al Manfredi is the father of hip-hop producer Exile, and Blue Gold is his little-known West Coast rock masterpiece from 1973. Manfredi’s dreams of securing a record deal with this album faded, but he spent the rest of his life recording music. This version of the album, was overseen by Exile. Shipping late January 2019. (more…)
The latest release in Now-Again’s Reserve Subscription series: Key & Cleary’s Love Is The Way. Drum-machine soul, funk, disco and boogie from Buffalo, NYC. Rare 7” singles and previously unreleased tracks presented as an album for the first time. Shipping late October 2018.
Now-Again Reserve: Custom-made LP’s delivered once per quarter, presenting some of the rarest records in their respective genres in high quality LP format. Each release is produced with the direct participation of the artist. (more…)
Revolutionary, spiritual jazz from Houston, reissued for the first time – expanded reissue of The Lightmen Plus One’s Spiritual Jazz classic, on sale and shipping now. (Worldwide release in March.) The second in a series of four expanded reissues of drummer and bandleader Bubbha Thomas’s lauded catalog. (more…)