Michael Nesmith / Loose Salute reissued on limited edition clear vinyl

Michael Nesmith‘s 1970 album Loose Salute is being reissued on limited edition clear vinyl in May.

It’s a good time for Nesmith releases with the 12CD Songs box out tomorrow and Loose Salute does of course feature in that set too. It was his second album of 1970 and features country rock group the First National Band with John London on bass, John Ware on drums and O.J. ‘Red’ Rhodes on pedal-steel guitar.

The album is notable for featuring a new recording of The Monkees brilliant ‘Listen to the Band.’ 1000 copies of the clear vinyl pressing will be available.

Loose Salute is released on 10 May 2019. Pre-order your copy from the SDE shop.

Side A

1. Silver Moon
2. I Fall To Pieces
3. Thanx For The Ride
4. Dedicated Friend
5. Conversations

Side B

1. Tengo Amore
2. Listen To The Band
3. Bye, Bye, Bye
4. Lady Of The Valley
5. Hello Lady

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Is this an internet only release or can I get it through my local record store?

Roel Glas

Hi Paul, I also think that Listen to the Band is a brilliant and underrated song. It was a big hit in my part of Australia (WA). I remember buying the 7″ single in picture sleeve which I still have. Another underrated gem was “She”
Didn’t realise he re-recorded Listen To The Band with a country feel. Must admit I much prefer the original