While he’s still putting the finishing touches on his new solo album, due for release in May, Black Crowes co-founder and guitarist Rich Robinson, in conjunction with Eagle Rock Entertainment, will be re-releasing four titles from his solo back catalog in the coming months, two of which will have an expanded track-listing.
February 26th will see the release of a re-imagined version of Robinson’s first solo album, 2004’s Paper. Restoring the original master tapes, which had been damaged by Hurricane Sandy while in storage in New Jersey, Robinson recorded new vocals, changed the album’s sequencing and remixed and re-mastered the album, adding three previously unreleased tracks. A re-release of 2013’s extremely limited edition blues EP, Llama Blues, will be issued on the same day.
April 15th will bring the re-release of his second solo LP, 2011’s Through a Crooked Sun, as well as an expanded edition of the 2014 live album The Woodstock Sessions.
The re-releases will be available on CD, LP and digital formats, with the LP versions on colored vinyl, and will include new liner notes by Robinson himself.