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A Conversation With The Long Ryders
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The Long Ryders are an American alternative country and Paisley Underground band, principally active between 1983 and 1987, who have periodically regrouped for brief reunions (2004, 2009, 2016). In 2019 they released a brand new album and announced a series of tour dates to follow. The Long Ryders were originally formed by several American musicians who were each ts and influenced by Gram Parsons, The Byrds and various country and punk rock groups.

Plain white cardboard sleeve with circular sticker showing The Long Ryders and State Of Our Union logos. A CONVERSATION WITH THE LONG RYDERS' STATE OF OUR UNION This is a promotional item. Warner Bros Music Ltd/Bug Music The Long Ryders were in conversation with Tony Michaelides of Piccadilly Radio.

2019 Cherry Red Records in London releases the first new Long Ryders album in over thirty years, Psychedelic Country Soul. Since it's release the album has hit number 1 in the music charts, and has sold out on major music platforms. Sid will be talking to Dino about the bands musical journey, the latest album, the upcoming tour, and how Dr Dre’s personal assistant made the Long Ryders an offer they could not refuse

The Long Ryders were formed in Los Angeles in 1982 by young American musicians influenced by Gram Parsons and the Byrds, with country and punk rock influences wedded together to create the Alt-country of today. Stephen McCarthy went on to the Jayhawks while Sid Griffin moved to London and became a writer and a broadcaster. These albums precede a brand-new studio album to be released in 2019 via Cherry Red (and Omnivore in North America). Disc one: two fisted tales 1. gunslinger man 2. I want you bad 3. a stitch in time 4. the light gets in the way 5. prairie fire 6. baby’s in toyland 7. long story short 8. man of misery 9. harriet tubman’s gonna carry me home 10. For the REST of my days 11. Spectacular fall. Long story short 14. He can hear his brother calling 15. The upper hand.

Sid Griffin - guitar, harmonica, autoharp, bugle, vocals. Stephen McCarthy - guitar, steel guitar, keyboards, mandolin, banjo, vocals. Tom Stevens - bass, standup bass, vocals. Greg Sowders - drums, percussion, vibraphone. with: Gene Clark - additional vocals on "Ivory Tower". Dave Pearlman - steel guitar on "(Sweet) Mental Revenge". Trouser Press described the album as "a stirring dose of memorable and unpretentious country-rock that incorporates Highway 61 Dylan, paisley pop, Kingston Trio balladry and wild rock'n'roll.

Listen to the The Long Ryders’ acoustic rendering of Black Girl (from May-June 1984) included on Disc One of this four-disc set, and it’s hard not to hear Kurt Cobain’s unplugged version of the same song, though he called it Where Did You Sleep Last Night?. They weren’t thanked for it at the time, as is clear from Encore From Hell which closes Disc Two. It’s not a song as such. The Ryders weren’t without their supporters at the time, of course. That scene was real, and got much press attention, especially in the UK and Europe, though it never went overground. The box contains all three of the albums The Long Ryders released during their lifespan, and their debut EP, 10/5/60, which is still a career highpoint.

In 1987, the Long Ryders dropped their third album, Two-Fisted Tales, produced by Ed Stasium. The LP's first single, a cover of NRBQ's "I Want You Bad," earned plenty of radio play, and U2 invited the band to open a string of American dates on their tour in support of The Joshua Tree. However, the Long Ryders' relentless touring schedule was wearing away at the group, and by the end of 1987, both Tom Stevens and Stephen McCarthy had left the band to pursue other interests. Larry Chatman was part of the Long Ryders' road crew in the '80s and had remained close with the former members of the band. In the 2010s, Chatman was working as a personal assistant to West Coast rap icon Dr. Dre, and he was able to arrange for the Ryders to use Dre's state-of-the-art recording studio, Record One, for a week on the house.

Looking for Lewis & Clark (long version). 2. Lights of Downtown. 3. Years Long Ago. 4. Gunslinger Man. 5. I Want You Bad. 6. A Stitch in Time. 8. If I Were a Bramble and You Were a Rose. 9. Capturing the Flag (live). 10. State of My Union. 11. Final Wild Son. 12. Ivory Tower. 13. (Sweet) Mental Revenge. 15. You Don't Know What's Right, You Don't Know What's Wrong.


A1 Looking For Lewis And Clark
A2 Lights Of Downtown
A4 Mason-Dixon Line
A5 Here Comes That Train Again
A6 Years Long Ago
B1 Good Times Tomorrow, Hard Times Today
B2 Two Kinds Of Love
B3 You Just Can't Ride The Boxcars Anymore
B4 Capturing The Flag
B5 State Of My Union


  • Drums, Percussion, Keyboards – Greg Sowders
  • Electric Bass, Acoustic Bass, Vocals – Tom Stevens
  • Guitar, Banjo, Lap Steel, Vocals – Stephen McCarthy
  • Guitar, Harmonica, Harp Autoharp, Vocals – Sid Griffin


A promotional LP containing interviews with the Long Ryders in between the album tracks. Play list is that of State Of The Union

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LR 1 The Long Ryders A Conversation With The Long Ryders ‎(LP, Promo) Island Records Ltd. LR 1 UK 1985