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    Now (Compilation) album cover

    Stark RealityNow

    Label:Stones Throw Records – STH2058
    Format:
    CD, Compilation
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Jazz, Funk / Soul
    Style:Free Jazz, Free Funk

    Tracklist

    1Junkman's Song7:34
    2Thirty Days Hath September6:15
    3Cooking2:38
    4Comrades6:35
    5Shooting Stars6:30
    6Rocket Ship4:12
    7Dreams8:05
    8All You Need To Make Music8:19
    9Roller Coaster Ride7:58
    10Too Much Tenderness3:32
    11Sunday's Song10:01
    12Say Brother4:26
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    Notes

    track 9 to 11: previously unreleased
    track 12: bonus track

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 6 59457 20582 9
    • Matrix / Runout: STH2058RE1 1-0-1
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L044
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 166D

    Other Versions (3)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Now (2×LP, Compilation)Stones Throw RecordsSTH 2058US2003
    New Submission
    Now (CD, Compilation, Promo)Stones Throw RecordsSTH 2058-PUS2003
    New Submission
    Now (2×CD, Compilation)Stones Throw Records499.2058.023Europe2003

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    dartboardpicasso's profile picture
    dartboardpicasso
    Edited 9 months ago
    I'm kind of confused here.

    In 2003, NowAgain and parent label Stones Throw released three Stark Reality albums:
    . *Hoagy Carmichael's Music Shop
    . *1969 (since reissued as Roller Coaster Ride).
    . *Now

    Now seems to just be a compilation of material from those other two releases plus the track "Say Brother."

    So what exactly is the purpose of this album? Does it offer anything different, or is it just about charging you $20+ for one bonus track? Or are the tracks featured here alternate recordings? Notes say tracks 9-11 are previously unreleased, but the track timings seem nearly identical to 1969.