LP orange vinyl
Exclusive release for Record Store Day 2021 - Drop 2
This release is being offered in 2 different coloured vinyl, Orange & Yellow, the quantities for all territories will be split 50/50. The Paramount movie Harold and Maude was in December 1971 and in the almost fifty years since its release, has become a cult classic. Part of the reason for its success is undoubtedly its soundtrack, which is comprised exclusively of songs by Cat Stevens.The majority of tracks are taken from the two 1970 Island/A&M albums, Mona Bone Jakon and Tea for the Tillerman, but Cat Stevens also composed two original songs for the film, “Don’t Be Shy” and “If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out”, as well as performing instrumental and alternative versions. The Harold and Maude soundtrack was first relissued in super limited quantities on multiple coloured LP versions in 2007 via Cameron Crowe’s Vinyl Films label (copies now trade for hundreds of dollars or more via Discogs). Finally presented in its first Island/A&M release, this new 50th anniversary Record Store Day pressing on coloured 180g vinyl, will boast some key differences: Brand new front cover design, exclusively available for this Record Store Day release. Newly remastered audio, courtesy of Abbey Road Studios. Dialogue / key audio snippets from the motion picture.
Available only instore from 08:30 Saturday 17th July - any remaining stock will be released for online sales at 8pm on Friday 23rd July
All RSD titles restricted to 1 copy per customer