Light In The Attic to Release Rarities & Singles Collection from Lee Moses

Light In The Attic to Release Rarities & Singles Collection from Lee Moses

Light In The Attic continues to illuminate the works of soul music "mystery man" Lee Moses on the heels of their recent reissue of his seminal (and only) LP, Time and Place. With How Much Longer Must I Wait? Singles & Rarities 1965-1972, the label presents a collection of material pre-dating 1971's Time and Place, reflecting Moses' initial bid for stardom via a series of now-legendary 45s recorded with Atlanta producer Johnny Brantley. This definitive package collects all of Lee Moses' non-album singles and B-sides, including the Southern soul smash "Bad Girl" (both versions), plus three previously unreleased tracks together in one package for the first time ever.

The release appears on Light In The Attic's Future Days Recordings imprint, which is a nod to songs born ahead of their time. As for the unreleased Lee Moses recordings - much like the man himself, little is known about them. What remains is an oeuvre that has become synonymous with raw and emotionally charged Southern soul. While we may never know all we wish we knew about the man behind the music, but with How Much Longer Must I Wait? we can finally complete the picture of his work. Essential listening for anyone with a heart.

Available May 24th, the LP holds the entirety of Lee Moses' non-album sides, collected for the first time with bonus tracks, and comes housed in a heavyweight, textured Kraft-board jacket with printed insert. As with all Light In The Attic releases, fans will have the choice of finding the record on black vinyl, or picking up a LITA-exclusive version on "Bad Girl" Red/Tan colored wax. Additionally, Light In The Attic has teamed up with Loveland, OH-based Plaid Room / Colemine Records, an independent store and label known for their roots in soul and funk music, to offer an exclusive version of the record to their fanbase. Other retailers will have an exclusive color with "So Much Heart" Red wax. The release will also be available on CD and digitally through Light In The Attic.


01 My Adorable One

02 Diana (From N.Y.C.)

03 Reach Out I'll Be There

04 Day Tripper

05 Bad Girl Pt. 1

06 Bad Girl Pt. 2

07 I'm Sad About It

08 How Much Longer (Must I Wait?)

09 You Are Too Much For The Human Heart *

10 If Loving You Is A Crime (I'll Always Be Guilty)

11 Never In My Life

12 I Can't Take No Chances

13 Dark End Of The Street

14 She's A Bad Girl

15 Pouring Water On A Drowning Man *

16 What Do You Do *

* Previously unreleased

More about Light In The Attic Records and Distribution:

Known for their grassroots success with Rodriguez, the reclusive singer-songwriter whose unlikely story of personal triumph received long-overdue worldwide acclaim in the Academy Award®-winning documentary SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN, Light In The Attic Records has gone on to garner nominations for multiple GRAMMY Awards, including one for Best Historical Album (2015) for Native North America (Vol. 1). Their exuberance and dedication to spreading joy through music has propelled them through the release of 200+ titles worldwide, setting the pace for reissue labels and the archival process. From D'Angelo to Donnie & Joe Emerson, Sixto Rodriguez to Serge Gainsbourg, Betty Davis to Karen Dalton, Lewis to Lifetones, the list goes on and on.

Light In The Attic is co-owned and operated by co-founders and high school friends Matt Sullivan and Josh Wright. In addition to the label's acclaimed output, the company also distributes for nearly 150 record labels. In 2010, LITA expanded from their native Seattle by opening offices in Los Angeles, including a successful music house focused on licensing for film, television and advertisements, along with music supervision. Light In The Attic also operates a thriving physical brick and mortar record store in the KEXP Gathering Space in Seattle.

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