Cold Country, The TVD First Date and Premiere, “Blue Room”

“I think the earliest memory I can recall as far as records go is probably my mom’s copy of Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours. In my mind it was just always there.”

“When I re-discovered the album as a classic rock obsessed adolescent, I realized that I knew almost every song, even though it had been many years between then and my very early years as a toddler dancing around the living room of our trailer. There were others of course, my folks had boxes of records around, but that one has always stood out.

I’d like to think that it had something to do with the vinyl itself. The way a record breathes when it’s played; the way it connects organically with the human brain in a way that digital media can never do… It literally made an imprint, the same way the analog imprint is made into the wax.

Nowadays, I almost can’t be bothered to purchase music as any other format, unless it’s cassette. I love collecting cassette tapes as well. And you always get the digital download, so why wouldn’t you? I love the hiss, the crackle, the way the music breaks up a bit when it’s hit hard!

Again, it breathes. Releasing Willow on vinyl is truly a dream come true for me, but one I had to make happen myself, so I’m all the more proud for it. After listening several times on my home system I can say that it’s the way the album was meant to sound. It was the “final touch” so to speak.”
Sean McConnell

Cold Country’s forthcoming full-length release, Willow arrives in stores in November 2016—on vinyl.

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