Specified Blue Rose album (track 4) is not in the dadabase (pre-release, release date: April 19, 2019). Specified Blue Rose album (track 10) is not in the dadabase (pre-release, release date: May 03, 2019). Released in a cardboard sleeve. The Blue Rose catalog number (NG0095) does not appear on the issue.
Various – Blue Rose Nuggets 73. Label: Blue Rose Records (2) – BLU NG0073. Series: Blue Rose Nuggets – 73. Format: CD, Sampler. Manufactured By – Kdg – 76. 73. album Bumping Into Nothing (BLU DP0656) Track 12 taken from the album Too Hot For Snakes (BLU CD0127) Track 13 taken from the album The End Of The Golden Age (BLU DP0666) Track 14 taken from the album Wolves (BLU DP0652) Track 15 recorded at the Blue Rose Christmas Party at the Bürgerhaus Böckingen in Heilbronn, Germany on December.
14. –Fred Eaglesmith . Made Easy Track 9 taken from the album Yardsale Track 10 taken from the album Clutter Track 11 recorded live at "Musikwerkstatt" in Neustadt a. d. Weinstraße, Germany October 10, 1996 (previously unreleased) Track 12 taken from the album Diamond Blur Track 13 taken from the album Miracle School Track. 14 taken from the album 50 Odd Dollars Track 15 taken from the album Driveway - to be released in summer 2004.
Various – Blue Rose Nuggets 63. Label: Blue Rose Records (2) – BLU NG063. Series: Blue Rose Nuggets – 63. On front cover: SEASON 6 Released in a cardboard sleeve. Label Code: LC 04746. Matrix, Runout: 73. 82 BLU NG0063 Mastering SID Code: IFPI L173.
Specified Blue Rose album (track 12) is not in the dadabase (pre-release, release date: February 22, 2019). Specified Blue Rose album (track 14) is not in the dadabase (pre-release, release date: February 01, 2019). The Blue Rose catalog number (NG0093) does not appear on the issue.
Various – Blue Rose Nuggets 19. Label: Blue Rose Records (2) – BLU NG019. Series: Blue Rose Nuggets – 19. Format: CD, Enhanced, Sampler.
Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era is a compilation album of American psychedelic and garage rock singles released in the mid-to-late 1960s. It was assembled by Lenny Kaye, who at the time was a writer and clerk at the Village Oldies record shop in New York. He would later become the lead guitarist for the Patti Smith Group. Kaye worked on Nuggets under the supervision of Jac Holzman, founder of Elektra Records.
Weezer (commonly known as the Blue Album) is the debut studio album by American rock band Weezer, released on May 10, 1994 by DGC Records. It was produced by Cars frontman Ric Ocasek and recorded at Electric Lady Studios in New York City from August to September 1993. Founding guitarist Jason Cropper left during the recording, replaced by Brian Bell. The album reached number sixteen on the US Billboard 200, and was certified triple platinum.
|1||–Greyhound Soul||Time To Come Home||6:55|
|2||–Chris Knight||Cry Lonely||4:14|
|4||–Slobberbone||To Love Somebody||3:35|
|5||–Danny & Dusty||Send Me A Postcard (Live)||3:34|
|6||–James McMurtry||Bayou Tortous||4:53|
|7||–Sand Rubies||Satellite Radio||3:50|
|8||–Sam Lapides||Caught In The Distance||3:10|
|9||–Susan Cowsill||Christoph Columbus Transcontinental Highway (Live)||4:04|
|10||–Buddy Miller||Shelter Me||3:18|
|12||–Old 97's||Color Of A Lonely Heart Is Blue||5:47|
|13||–Blue Rose Rockestra||Willin' (Live)
Featuring – Ad Vanderveen, Chris Cacavas, Hank Shizzoe, Joseph Parsons, Julian Dawson, Ken Andree, Markus Rill, Todd Thibaud, Winston Watson
|14||–Ben Lee||American Television (MPEG Video Clip)|