Ry Cooder ‎– Paris, Texas - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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Warner Bros. Records ‎– RGM-0538, Real Gone Music ‎– RGM-0538
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue
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Music from the original soundtrack to "Paris, Texas".
Limited Edition of 900.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 48064 00538 4
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): 1-25270-A S-99274 GOLDEN JG
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): 1-25270-B S-99275 GOLDEN JG

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dixonmusic

dixonmusic

September 27, 2017
Re: Blue Vinyl - Real Gone LP - Wash it a 100 times, it gets better each time. Sonics good, vinyl has excess waste...
notec

notec

June 13, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

noisy w/hairlines on both sides. scratches a-side: loose sleeve debris - packing? disappointing as ambient as it is - love the guitar creakiness on this recording so a quieter pressing would have been much "preferred." unnerving since the only reason I purchased this record on this label was because of the SQ of Jack Kerouac & Steve Allen (3) - Poetry For The Beat Generation. harry deans voice on "I Knew These People" is a bit smeared especially near the end of the piece. feel like i should find another copy but probably will deal. filed next to "Crossroads" on the shelf for now
CNTRL_SCRUTINIZER

CNTRL_SCRUTINIZER

June 6, 2017
This is a solid repress. It's bare bones though. Nothing different from the original other than the blue vinyl. I think blue is an odd choice for this record. Red, white and blue would have been a great choice. So would neon green. But just blue? Hmmm...also, a gatefold would have been appreciated, as would liner notes and maybe a printed sleeve with a road map on it. Anyway, just my two cents. The pressing sounds good, and that's what matters.