Any album boasting a song as gorgeous and heartfelt as Beeswing is going to be a keeper. But Richard Thompson's 1994 release Mirror Blue has a lot more going for it than just that classic. King of Bohemia will tease tears from your eyes, and those looking for rave-ups will be transported by Thompson's solos on The Way That It Shows and Mascara Tears. It's one of his best, if most underappreciated records; but Mirror Blue never saw a release on vinyl in the U.S.; and, even though it clocks in at 55 minutes, it was released as a single album in the UK. So, this release rights two wrongs; this album has never sounded or looked as good as it does on this 2-LP set housed inside a gorgeous gatefold jacket.
1. For the Sake of Mary
2. I Can’t Wake Up to Save My Life
4. The Way That It Shows
1. Easy There, Steady Now
2. King of Bohemia
3. Shane and Dixie
1. Mingus Eyes
2. I Ride in Your Slipstream
1. Fast Food
2. Mascara Tears
3. Taking My Business Elsewhere
Please note that Mirror Blue is currently not in store but is an imported title from an overseas supplier.
Most of the time it takes around 2-3 weeks for the item to arrive here and be sent out but it can take longer if there are any delays.