Album artwork for Lucky's Tune by Reid Paley

Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Reid Paley is an acclaimed singer-songwriter known for his unique primal yet evocative vocal style and riotous songs. After releasing his debut single ‘Time For You’ on Sub Pop in 1997, Paley teamed up with producer and Pixies mastermind Frank Black to record the album Lucky’s Tune. Accompanying himself with just his trusty 1955 Gretsch Archtop (through a 1965 Fender Super Reverb), Paley blasts through 13 songs including stand outs ‘Lazarus In Brooklyn’ and ‘If I Knew Then (What I Know Now)’. First released in 1998, the album is now finally issued on vinyl, pressed on 140g vinyl, housed in a gatefold sleeve with new artwork and a print of the cover artwork signed by Reid Paley himself.

"What? You want some kind of description of the artist and his music? Just f*****g listen to the guy and enjoy his prowess.“ – Frank Black

Reid Paley

Lucky's Tune

Demon
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Album artwork for Lucky's Tune by Reid Paley
LP

£24.99£17.99

sale

140 Gram Vinyl housed in Gatefold and Signed Print

Black
Signed Copy
Limited to 1000 copies
Released 01/07/2022Catalogue Number

DEMREC1007

Reid Paley

Lucky's Tune

Demon
Album artwork for Album artwork for Lucky's Tune by Reid Paley by Lucky's Tune - Reid Paley
Album artwork for Lucky's Tune by Reid Paley
LP

£24.99£17.99

sale

140 Gram Vinyl housed in Gatefold and Signed Print

Black
Signed Copy
Limited to 1000 copies
Released 01/07/2022Catalogue Number

DEMREC1007

Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Reid Paley is an acclaimed singer-songwriter known for his unique primal yet evocative vocal style and riotous songs. After releasing his debut single ‘Time For You’ on Sub Pop in 1997, Paley teamed up with producer and Pixies mastermind Frank Black to record the album Lucky’s Tune. Accompanying himself with just his trusty 1955 Gretsch Archtop (through a 1965 Fender Super Reverb), Paley blasts through 13 songs including stand outs ‘Lazarus In Brooklyn’ and ‘If I Knew Then (What I Know Now)’. First released in 1998, the album is now finally issued on vinyl, pressed on 140g vinyl, housed in a gatefold sleeve with new artwork and a print of the cover artwork signed by Reid Paley himself.

"What? You want some kind of description of the artist and his music? Just f*****g listen to the guy and enjoy his prowess.“ – Frank Black