Steve Gunn ‎– Way Out Weather

Paradise Of Bachelors ‎– PoB-15
Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Way Out Weather 6:17
A2 Wildwood 5:37
A3 Milly's Garden 5:33
A4 Shadow Bros 4:29
B1 Fiction 5:44
B2 Drifter 3:59
B3 Atmosphere 5:08
B4 Tommy's Congo 6:33

Companies, etc.


Released with printed inner sleeve and digital download code.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (on sticker): 616892213543
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): AL POB 15 A S-91487
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): S-91488 AL POB15 B

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PoB-15 Steve Gunn Way Out Weather(CD, Album) Paradise Of Bachelors PoB-15 US 2014 Sell This Version
PoB-15 Steve Gunn Way Out Weather(8xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Paradise Of Bachelors PoB-15 2014


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January 12, 2017

Great Pressing. Really flat, quiet and warm. The music on this disc is lush like Wilco's summerteeth with more of a folk tinged quality. Great for mid spring days.


January 6, 2015
edited over 4 years ago

The music of Steve Gunn’s newest release Way Out Weather, is ebbing from my speakers like some hypnotic high tide, inching across my floor, enveloping the space in which I sit, and shifting my eyes to the windows, where the sun is setting behind the mountains, while extending its long orange fingers to caress my face and warm my heart ... or is that Steve’s music [?], songs played with precision and grace, songs that gently unfold, songs that are lush, slightly liquid, and as distant as the horizon, sweeping back memories of Perfect Prescription by Spacemen 3.

Now, I don’t want you to go thinking that Gunn’s music is some sort of warm nostalgic reincarnation, floating in on the tail end of a summer breeze, barely disturbing a quiet forgotten desert street ... but yes, these songs do run deep, lodged in forgotten places, from forgotten times, moving like dim car headlights through closed blinds across my ceiling, sparking dreams of intoxication, and calling, as if there’s something just out of sight that’s about to happen.

Review by Jenell Kesler