TVD Radar: Morphine Live at the Warfield 1997 is Run Out Groove’s next fan voted release

VIA PRESS RELEASE | Each month, Run Out Groove allows fans to vote on the label’s next high-quality vinyl pressing chosen from selections of unreleased material, reissues of out-of-print titles, or brand new collections compiled from the Warner Music vault. Morphine fans united and voted Live at the Warfield 1997 to be the next official limited and numbered Run Out Groove title. This unreleased live performance from the vaults includes never before seen photographs and examples of Mark Sandman’s artwork used throughout the package.

“It is a great privilege and pleasure to be able to be a part of this amazing vinyl release,” said Dana Colley, co-producer of the release and Morphine saxophonist. Run Out Groove is a company that cares very deeply about music and the making of music. Meticulously curated and cut lovingly by Jeff Powell at Sam Phillips Recording, this 2LP set is a great and unique addition to the Morphine catalogue and I am very proud to have had a part in it being made available to you dear listener.”

As of Thursday July 6th, Run Out Groove will be hosting a contest via their Facebook page @RunOutGrooveLPs allowing fans to submit their favorite Morphine Like Swimming album era memories with a chance to have their story included in a printed insert in the final limited and numbered LP package. Live at the Warfield 1997 is available to order exclusively via the Run Out Groove website until August 3rd and will be limited and numbered based on total orders taken at the end of the pre-order period. After the pre-order closes, the only way to purchase a copy will be via participating music retailers across the U.S., while supplies last.

FANS DECIDE WHAT ROG PRESSES NEXT | Marshall Crenshaw, Thank You, Rock Fans!!, Completely unreleased live recordings from 1982 to be mixed by Chris Stamey with lacquers cut at Sam Phillips Recording Service. Package to include never before seen photos and will be co-produced by Marshall Crenshaw.

Tuff Darts, Tuff Darts!, Out of print self-titled 1978 debut on Sire Records from punk mavericks. LP will include 2 unreleased tracks as a bonus single if voted in.

Plasticland, Plasticland, Long out of print 1984 debut album on Enigma/Pink Dust from Wisconsin garage band who were a big part of the Paisley Underground scene.

Initial offerings from Run Out Groove included a new MC5 collection and an Echo & The Bunnymen 1980s live release both in stores now, a deluxe reissue of Secret Machines’ Now Here is Nowhere expected to ship at the end of July, an expanded reissue of Dream Syndicate’s The Complete Live at Raji’s shipping at the end of August and a new collection of Stooges Fun House Sessions that just closed in pre-order.

Run Out Groove encourages feedback, questions, and suggestions for potential new titles at [email protected]

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