vulgarboatmen---you-and-your-sister-front-blackIn November 2015, The Vulgar Boatmen’s much loved debut album, You and Your Sister, was reissued on CD via Timechange. The original release had been difficult to find for many years and was badly in need of remastering.  The new, 25th Anniversary edition features 3 bonus tracks and far superior sound to the original release, and is housed in deluxe six-panel wallet packaging. It also features new liner notes from NPR’s Ann Powers.

The reissue has garnered quite a lot of news and reviews:

No Depression:  You, Your Sister, and A Classic Album (Rob Caldwell)

New Yorker:  An Obsessive Listen To A 25-Year-Old Album (Bill Wyman)

Magnet Magazine: Q&A With The Vulgar Boatmen’s Dale Lawrence

Impose Magazine: Song Of The Vulgar Boatmen (Robert Ham)

Stereo Embers Magazine: Locked In Memory’s Highest Regard (Dave Cantrell)

Elmore Magazine: Album Review (Lee Zimmerman)

Observer: The Strange Saga Of The Vulgar Boatmen, The Two Headed Band (Ira Robbins)

Musical Family Tree: The Vulgar Boatmen’s “You And Your Sister” Turns 25 (Seth Johnson)

NPR’s World Cafe Next: The Vulgar Boatmen