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Didn't you see, you can't make it without ever even trying? - Dino Valenti, lyrics from "Something On Your Mind"Light in the Attic is honored to be releasing Angel Olsen's gorgeous cover of Karen Dalton's moving interpretation of 'Something On Your Mind,' a song that enduringly underscores the unspoken thoughts, painful truths and buried emotions between people and within oneself. Thematically, the song is universal and resonates as much with listeners today emerging from a post-pandemic world as it did for Karen Dalton when she first recorded it in 1971 for her second and final studio album, In My Own Time. "'Something On Your Mind' for me is about letting yourself face something that keeps setting you back," says Angel Olsen, who has come to the forefront of Karen Dalton appreciators around the world, both in her contribution of this new interpretation and as the voice of Dalton's personal journals in the recent documentary, Karen Dalton: In My Own Time. As part of the latest installment of LITA's long-running cover series, Angel's cover is found on the a-side, while the flip includes Karen's 1971 version.Previous singles in Light in the Attic's Covers Series includes musician, poet, and author Leslie Winer collaborating with Manchester-born composer Maxwell Sterling on a truly gorgeous cover of Tim Buckley's 1967 forlorn love song "Once I Was," Bill Callahan & Bonnie 'Prince' Billy covering Johnnie Frierson's beautiful and inspiring tune "Miracles," BADBADNOTGOOD with Jonah Yano covering "Key To Love (Is Understanding)" by Milwaukee's funk/soul pioneers Majestics, Charles Bradley & the Menahan Street Band covering Sixto Rodriguez, Mac DeMarco covering Haruomi Hosono's "Honey Moon," and Iggy Pop with the Zig Zags transforming Betty Davis' dirty funk into a heavy Sabbath grind, amongst many others.
Didn't you see, you can't make it without ever even trying? - Dino Valenti, lyrics from "Something On Your Mind"Light in the Attic is honored to be releasing Angel Olsen's gorgeous cover of Karen Dalton's moving interpretation of 'Something On Your Mind,' a song that enduringly underscores the unspoken thoughts, painful truths and buried emotions between people and within oneself. Thematically, the song is universal and resonates as much with listeners today emerging from a post-pandemic world as it did for Karen Dalton when she first recorded it in 1971 for her second and final studio album, In My Own Time. "'Something On Your Mind' for me is about letting yourself face something that keeps setting you back," says Angel Olsen, who has come to the forefront of Karen Dalton appreciators around the world, both in her contribution of this new interpretation and as the voice of Dalton's personal journals in the recent documentary, Karen Dalton: In My Own Time. As part of the latest installment of LITA's long-running cover series, Angel's cover is found on the a-side, while the flip includes Karen's 1971 version.Previous singles in Light in the Attic's Covers Series includes musician, poet, and author Leslie Winer collaborating with Manchester-born composer Maxwell Sterling on a truly gorgeous cover of Tim Buckley's 1967 forlorn love song "Once I Was," Bill Callahan & Bonnie 'Prince' Billy covering Johnnie Frierson's beautiful and inspiring tune "Miracles," BADBADNOTGOOD with Jonah Yano covering "Key To Love (Is Understanding)" by Milwaukee's funk/soul pioneers Majestics, Charles Bradley & the Menahan Street Band covering Sixto Rodriguez, Mac DeMarco covering Haruomi Hosono's "Honey Moon," and Iggy Pop with the Zig Zags transforming Betty Davis' dirty funk into a heavy Sabbath grind, amongst many others.
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Didn't you see, you can't make it without ever even trying? - Dino Valenti, lyrics from "Something On Your Mind"Light in the Attic is honored to be releasing Angel Olsen's gorgeous cover of Karen Dalton's moving interpretation of 'Something On Your Mind,' a song that enduringly underscores the unspoken thoughts, painful truths and buried emotions between people and within oneself. Thematically, the song is universal and resonates as much with listeners today emerging from a post-pandemic world as it did for Karen Dalton when she first recorded it in 1971 for her second and final studio album, In My Own Time. "'Something On Your Mind' for me is about letting yourself face something that keeps setting you back," says Angel Olsen, who has come to the forefront of Karen Dalton appreciators around the world, both in her contribution of this new interpretation and as the voice of Dalton's personal journals in the recent documentary, Karen Dalton: In My Own Time. As part of the latest installment of LITA's long-running cover series, Angel's cover is found on the a-side, while the flip includes Karen's 1971 version.Previous singles in Light in the Attic's Covers Series includes musician, poet, and author Leslie Winer collaborating with Manchester-born composer Maxwell Sterling on a truly gorgeous cover of Tim Buckley's 1967 forlorn love song "Once I Was," Bill Callahan & Bonnie 'Prince' Billy covering Johnnie Frierson's beautiful and inspiring tune "Miracles," BADBADNOTGOOD with Jonah Yano covering "Key To Love (Is Understanding)" by Milwaukee's funk/soul pioneers Majestics, Charles Bradley & the Menahan Street Band covering Sixto Rodriguez, Mac DeMarco covering Haruomi Hosono's "Honey Moon," and Iggy Pop with the Zig Zags transforming Betty Davis' dirty funk into a heavy Sabbath grind, amongst many others.
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