Here’s What’s New at Horizon Records

  • By cvbizz
  • July 10, 2020
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Lotta sheeee-yit is broken, but we’re still here and hope where ever this email finds you, you are OK, staying safe, and finding some peace of mind here an there, maybe from music? For us here, it’s always been about music and its therapeutic value, but today I think maybe more so than ever.
To that end we have newness for you from rockin roots veterans JAYHAWKS, much anticipated return from Americana songstress MARGO PRICE, RnB stylings from PAUL WELLER, Memphis grooves from BOOKER T. JONES, Jazz amazingness from super quartet of JOSHUA REDMAN-BRAD MEHLDAU-CHRISTIAN MCBRIDE- BRIAN BLADE! Gene is entranced by a new version from ERIK HALL of STEVE REICHS minimalist masterpiece Music For 18 Musicians. As always there’s a TON of pre-loved vinyl of all genres and a near equal slew of eclectic pre-loved CD arrivals.

Check out the used vinyl at Horizon Records

Recent preloved vinyl looking for a new home! The store is open from 11-6. Bring a mask!

Posted by Horizon Records on Thursday, July 9, 2020

If you haven’t shopped our snazzy new webstore, check it out! 
Learn more at https://horizonrecords.net/

Even after the pandemic is behind us we know mobil and at home shopping is a good option; importantly it has allowed us to offer preorders; here are just a few of the most anticipated releases.
Click through to preorder:

BOB DYLAN – Rough And Rowdy vinyl 7/17
Fiona Apple – Fetch The Bolt Cutters 7/17
Lettuce – Resonate 7/17
X – Alphabetland 8/21
Bright Eyes – Down In The Weeds 8/21
My Morning Jacket – The Waterfall II 8/28
The Avett Brothers – The Third Gleam 8/28
Bill Callahan – Gold Record 9/4
Run The Jewels – RTJ4 9/18
Sufjan Stevens – The Ascension 9/25

It’s hard to say much else without going off into a long rant, so once again I will let Bob Dylan speak: 
  << There’s a whole lot of people dying tonight
From the disease of conceit
Whole lot of people crying tonight
From the disease of conceit
Comes right out of nowhere
And you’re down for the count
>>   Disease of Conceit, Bob Dylan Oh Mercy (1989)
Come see us if you can, PLEASE stay safe

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